Alcohol and Drug (Salt Lake, Tooele, and Summit Counties) 

A life free from addiction and substance abuse is achievable. Valley’s Alcohol and Drug (A&D) services—including substance abuse therapy and general addiction therapy—are available throughout Salt Lake, Summit and Tooele counties and provide everything from outpatient and intensive outpatient programs to day treatment and residential services. Needs-specific programs include intensive dual-diagnosis treatment, addiction intervention, gender-specific programs, services for those 55 years and older, programs for homeless individuals, trauma-based treatment, and services for those with criminal records. And because substance use is often accompanied by mental illness, all of our programs provide access to A&D resources.

ASAP (Adolescent Substance Abuse Program)

ASAP offers standard outpatient and day treatment for youth ages 13-17 who are using/abusing alcohol and/or drugs. This program teaches relapse prevention and mood management along with other skills to help them recover.


CORE residential program helps adult male and female criminal, dual diagnosis offenders. Our two, 16-bed facilities, are transition-focused programs that help individuals re-enter and reintegrate into the community.


Forensics helps clients on parole and probation who have been referred into treatment by the criminal justice system. Programs offered by the Forensic Unit include mental health outpatient services, domestic violence, substance use, and intensive outpatient services. All Forensic Unit programs are offered in both English and Spanish.

JDOT (Jail Diversion Outreach Team)

JDOT offers 24-hour, comprehensive, individualized and flexible services to link individuals to resources and support while helping them live independently. We focus on clients with co-occurring disorders including: mental illness, substance use, and criminal justice involvement to help with housing stability, quality of life, and addressing substance use.


ValleyEPIC (Evidence-based Programs and Interventions Campus) is a premier treatment facility designed for men and women in our community with substance abuse, who may also be struggling with mental illness and homelessness. It offers a full continuum of substance abuse treatment from residential and day programs, to intensive and traditional outpatient services.

ValleyEPIC features our newly renovated residential facilities. This campus was designed to integrate substance abuse treatment approaches with a special focus on trauma-informed care. The goal of ValleyEPIC is to help people break the chains of addiction, which includes a successful re-entry into the community and a reduction in criminal recidivism.


Substance use problems impact entire families. Focused on expectant mothers and women with children, ValleyPhoenix is a residential treatment facility that helps entire families.