As you make room in your closet for what Santa may be bringing down the chimney, we encourage you to think about donating professional men’s clothing for our patients who want to look and feel confident in job interviews! All in-kind donations must be in excellent condition. We are seeking the following clothing items (All Men's Sizes): blazers, dress pants, button up/collared shirts, dress shoes, ties, belts, and socks.
A moving story, part of a 13-part series, by Utah Public Radio exploring Utah's opioid epidemic. This particular story reveals how addiction impacts every aspect of our lives - from our family members to our pets, it is all connected.
Forget Black Friday and Cyber Monday…
Kick off this Holiday Season and #GivingTuesday by Donating to First Step House Today!
Great news today for people with limited resources in need of addiction treatment! Although it does not meet all the need that exists, it is certainly a very big step in the right direction and a reason to celebrate. Thank you to all the people - community organizations, government agencies and both political parties - who worked to make this a reality. We are truly grateful!
The truth is.."it's happening to all of us." Dying in Vein: The Opiate Generation" depicts the lives of women addicted to opiates in a very true, raw, and unedited way.
We are excited to come together with our community partners on October 6th for Project Homeless Connect. On this day we will be working to enroll individuals and families experiencing homelessness with essential treatment and housing services.
Thank you United Way Salt Lake for supporting our Evidence-based Social Impact (ESI) Initiative! The purpose of the ESI initiative is to ensure that our substance use disorder treatment programs are implemented as designed in the research, with fidelity, to achieve specific outcomes for people struggling with a substance use disorder.
This a special year in the recovery world. On September 9th, Faces and Voices for Recovery will join USARA in hosting their national Rally for Recovery event in Salt lake City. People from all over the country will come to SLC to celebrate and advocate, sharing their voices, strength, and expertise to help all of us become stronger and better able to meet the needs of individuals, families, and our community.
There are many faces of drug addiction and, as this article points out, we must change the perception of what is considered ok in terms of drug use and who, in our communities, is struggling with addiction.