Seeking help for yourself or a loved one for substance use or misuse can be difficult. Utah 211 works with programs that can get you the resources you need to move forward.
The programs we partner with provide preventive, diagnostic, inpatient, outpatient, and residential treatment services as well as transitional support for people whose use of substances has resulted in impaired function or evidence of withdrawal symptoms.
Connect to the programs you need below.
Signs of an opioid overdose include small pinpoint pupils, blue/purple fingernail and lips, unresponsiveness, limp body, shallow or stopped breathing, faint heartbeat, and/or a gurgling or choking noise.
Programs that provide in-person immediate response services for people who are in life-threatening situations due to a drug overdose or acute intoxication. These include 24-hour facilities with emergency in-take.
Assessment and Placement
Programs that conduct an evaluation to determine whether an individual has a substance use disorder based on their behaviors and the nature and extent of the problem.
Education and Prevention
Programs that provide information about substance use disorders (including the substances most commonly used, their effects, diagnostic criteria for substance use disorders, and methods of treatment) and/or offer services that focus on substance use prevention.
Programs that protect people from the potentially deadly effects of the drugs they use, reduce HIV risk, increase access to treatment, and reduce improper disposal of needles and syringes.
Programs that include counseling, 12-step meetings, or recreational activities for individuals who have problems related to drug/alcohol but do not require day treatment or 24-hour hospital care.
24-hour structured treatment programs and support services that are a supervised environment for individuals who have problems related to excessive use of alcohol and/or drugs.
Community and hospital-based programs that provide a variety of services for individuals who need support to commit to a treatment program, survive a substance-use related crisis, or sustain an abstinent lifestyle.