You need to receive a screening to be eligible for treatment. If your screening indicates that you would benefit from treatment, you will be referred to a treatment program. At the screening you will be given the contact information for one of our treatment programs and placed on a waiting list. You will need to check-in with the program weekly to stay on the waiting list. Wasatch Behavioral Health offers treatment programs both in-house and through contracted providers.
Wasatch Behavioral Health Treatment Programs
3281 N Main
Spanish Fork, Utah 84660
Phone (385) 268-5070
Fax (801) 798-5494
Foothill is a residential facility which offers co-ed treatment, as well as separate gender groups to address their unique treatment needs. Detoxification treatment and self-help groups are provided in a live-in, safe environment.
1479 W Center
Orem, Utah 84058
285 N 1250 E
Payson, Utah 84651
Research shows that women with children do better in treatment if they bring their children with them. The “Women of Promise” Program addresses specific needs such as childcare, primary healthcare, transportation, housing, education, and employment, along with gender-specific treatment.
General & Intensive Outpatient
Phone (385) 268-5042
151 S University Ave Suite 1400
Provo, Utah 84601
Day Treatment is from 9am-12pm and Night Treatment is from 6pm-9pm. General Outpatient treatment is 1 to 8 hours per week. Intensive Outpatient treatment is 9-20 hours per week. This includes individual and group therapies, skills development, and case management services for practical problems of sober living. Recovery Management is also available.
OUT (On-Unit Treatment) Program
Phone (801) 851-7689
3075 N Main
Spanish Fork, Utah 84660
The OUT Program is in the Utah County Jail. It is a collaboration between our department and the Utah County Sheriff’s office and Security Center. This program combines substance use intervention with counseling for criminal thinking and behavior. Inmates of the security center may participate voluntarily or may be court ordered. There are separate tracks for both male and female.
Drug Court and DORA (Drug Offender Reform Act) Programs – Provo HJB
Drug Court (385) 268-5000
DORA (385) 268-5042
Drug Court and DORA Programs are some of the most innovative and effective recovery programs available for drug and alcohol treatment. Utah County Drug Court and DORA Programs are managed collaboratively between the 4th District Court, the 4th District Juvenile Court, the Division of Child and Family Services, Utah State Adult Probation and Parole and Wasatch Behavioral Health.
Access to Recovery/ Parolee Access to Recovery (ATR/PATR) – Provo HJB
Access to Recovery is a program that provides vouchers (funding) to specific clients for certain recovery support programs. ATR is designed to provide eligible clients with a choice of services and community service providers to assist them in initiating and/or maintaining recovery.