UTAH GIVES BACK

Odyssey House

Dec 27, 2021, 2:03 PM | Updated: Jan 13, 2022, 4:22 pm

Founded in 1971, Odyssey House is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a continuing mission of empowering people to heal and build better lives. They are the largest and most comprehensive addiction recovery program in Utah. Their goal is to treat the whole person to help people successfully overcome each barrier they may face.

There isn’t a quick fix or cure for addiction. For true success they address mental and physical health, attitudes and behaviors, relationships, housing, employment, and much more. Their outpatient and residential programs provide real life experience to equip their clients with every tool possible for a successful recovery.

They provide treatment regardless of ability to pay. Odyssey House has helped more than 150,000 clients in Utah over the past 50 years. Many of them have remained sober, employed, found housing, have access to medical care and continue to lead independent, healthy lives. To learn more visit OdysseyHouse.org.

SelectHealth recognizes the comprehensive care provided by Odyssey House as another example of how Utah Gives Back.

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