Youth Outpatient and Young Adult Program (Substance Use Division)

Provides general and intensive outpatient substance use treatment to Youth (14-18 and still in High School) and Young Adults (18+ and out of High School). Utilizes the 7 Challenges Curriculum. 

South Provo Building

Located in our South Provo Building

580 East 600 South, Upstairs
Provo, UT 84606

(801) 960-1641

Youth/YAP program is open Monday-Thursday 9:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Intake Assessments

Please note that the Intake process is DIFFERENT for the Youth Outpatient and Young Adult (YAP) programs. 

For Youth Outpatient- ages 14-18 (still in High School):

Call (801) 960-1641 to schedule an Intake Assessment.

The Youth Clinic is located at our So. Provo Building: 580 E. 600 S. Provo, UT 84606.

Meet our Youth Outpatient and Young Adult Program Therapists
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For the Young Adult Program (YAP)- ages 18+ and out of High School:

Assessments are completed through the Health and Justice Building in Provo at 151 S. University Avenue, Suite 1500 on the following days and times:

  • Tuesday and Thursday Mornings from 8:00-9:00 a.m.
  • Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons from 12:00-1:00 p.m.

Click to learn more about Young Adult Assessments, including what you MUST bring with you.  

The Seven Challenges® Program

The Seven Challenges® is a comprehensive counseling program that incorporates work on alcohol and other drug problems. It is designed to motivate clients, whether they are in the adult or adolescent version, to evaluate their lives, consider changes they may wish to make, and then succeed in implementing the desired changes. It supports them in taking power over their own lives.

In The Seven Challenges program, people address their drug problems, their co-occurring life skill deficits, and their situational and psychological problems.  ( )

Fourth District Juvenile Drug Court


The mission of the Fourth District Juvenile Drug Court is to assist youthful offenders to abstain from abusing controlled substances and to help such youth internalize principles through strength-based programs that will be a springboard for permanent life changes resulting in the development of responsibility, accountability, respect and integrity.


The Fourth District Juvenile Drug Court program has five primary goals:

⦁ Promote public safety by reducing substance abuse and delinquent activity among participants.
⦁ Address the family’s functioning within the community by identifying the needs and strengths of the youth and family and matching them with the appropriate services.
⦁ Improve the youth’s school performance and attendance. Encourage vocational training to enable youth to successfully enter the work force.
⦁ Strengthen the families of participants by improving the capacity of such families to promote structure and guidance for their children.
⦁ Improve the youth’s level of functioning by providing them with skills that will assist them in leading substance-free and crime-free lives.