Opioid and Drug Use Information

The Utah County Health Department does not provide treatment services, however Utah County has many resources help with opioid use disorders.

Prevention Resources

  • Know Your Script: Advocate for yourself in a healthcare setting by learning ways to safely manage pain and dispose of leftover medication. Learn how to teach your kids about safe medication use as well.
  • Safe Medication Disposal Locations: Protect our environment and community by properly disposing of your prescription medications at a permanent local medication drop box near you.
  • Utah Valley Drug Prevention Coalition: Utah County coalition whose missions is to prevent and reduce alcohol, marijuana, tobacco, and prescription drug misuse among youth living in Utah County. Email utahcountycoalition@gmail.com to join!

FREE Naloxone/Narcan

  • Utah County Health Department (UCHD): Free training and naloxone kits are available to individuals 18+ living in Utah County. Naloxone (also known as Narcan) is a safe medication that can reverse an opioid overdose.
  • Check for ongoing trainings at healthevents.utahcounty.gov
  • If no trainings are available on the UCHD schedule, email naloxonesaves@utahcounty.gov or call 801-851-7095 to schedule a class or training appointment
  • Utah Naloxone: Visit Utah Naloxone or call 385-495-9050 for no-cost naloxone kits. Online training and mailed naloxone kits are available.

Treatment & Addiction Recovery

The Utah County Health Department does not offer treatment services, however there are many local resources that can help! Here are a couple to get you started.