Resources for Opioid and other addiction Recovery



WSU Dumke College of Health Professions

Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) is a physical and psychological reliance on opioids, a substance found in certain prescription pain medications. In the midst of a national opioid epidemic filled with misguided labels and information, the Dumke College of Health Professions seeks to provide our faculty, staff and students to easy and accessible resources dedicated to evidence-based education, solutions and outreach.

Visit their Opioid Use Disorder Webpage


Magnolia Addiction Support Utah

Utah Chapter of Maureen Cavanagh's Support Group

Magnolia New Beginnings is a 501 (c)3 non-profit Organization dedicated to the advocating for those affected with the disease of addiction, creating educational opportunities to inform and raise awareness about substance abuse, and supporting those who are addicted and their families in the process of seeking recovery, maintaining sobriety, and reaching their highest potential through a new beginning. 

We are here to listen, support and comfort you during this difficult journey. 

Main FB page:

Main Magnolia Website:


Aloha Behavioral Consultants

Established in 2004, Aloha Behavioral Consultants provides patients with excellent substance abuse treatment and mental health care. Aloha takes pride in being family owned and operated, with roots firmly planted in the Ogden Community.  Aloha offers a distinguished Opioid addiction program with outpatient  Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT). Call 801.399.1818 to set up an appointment.

Aloha Behavioral Consultants participated in the 2019 Opioid Awareness Week Information Fair.



Other Resources:

Utah Naloxone



SAMHSA family resources and substance abuse in young adults 

Find Treatment

Action Recovery Group

Spirit Mountain Recovery

Brighton Recovery Center

Renaissance Ranch