Tooele Opioid Response Network
Support for Community Members
If you or someone you know is currently experiencing substance or opioid use disorder, the Tooele Opioid Response Network (TORN) can help connect you with local, state and national resources for assistance. Some resources include opioid and/or substance use disorder prevention, treatment and recovery, mental health concerns, suicide prevention, local emergency housing, and more.*
The information found within this site has been organized by topic of interest/need. Please visit the topic that is most helpful to you, and contact us for more information if you are still in need.
*Please note, all resources are provided as referrals only and may not be available or appropriate in all circumstances.
Substance Use Disorder Treatment & Recovery Programs
|Outpatient Treatment||In-Patient Treatment||Medication-Assisted Treatment|
|Alpine Academy Residential Treatment
|Bonneville Family Practice
|Pathways Real Life Recovery
|Teen Challenge Utah Residential
|Utah Department of Health
Violence & Injury Prevention Program
Stop the Opidemic
|University of Utah Stansbury Clinic
|University of Utah Stansbury Clinic
|Valley Behavioral Health
|Warrior Spirit Recovery Center/
|Young People in Recovery
|Recovery Support Services Only|
*Client Services Only
Tooele County SUD/OUD Counseling Services
Aspen Ridge Counseling
Bonneville Mental Health
Choices for Change
Juniper Family Counseling
Pathways Real Life Recovery
U of U Stansbury Counseling
Valley Behavioral Health
National & State Resources
NAMI Utah Hotline
SAMHSA National Hotline
Suicide Prevention Hotline
Tooele ALANO Oaasis Club
60 South Main
Utah's Stop the Opidemic
Community Resources & Classes
- Mindfulness & Meditation, A Weekly Practice: Live, virtual mindfulness classes. Free, every Tuesday at 7:00 pm (MT). Register at bit.ly/mindfulnessandmeditationweekly.
- Cognitive Strategies for Pain: A free, educational series in applying cognitive strategies in relation to pain. Schedule TBA
- Pain Education & Community Empathy: A free, monthly, community support group for those suffering with or caring for someone suffering with pain. Each session discusses tools to deal with pain and offers peer support. Walk-in, first Wednesday of Every Month, 11:00 am (MT) - Tooele Senior Center
- Naloxone Training: Be prepared to administer naloxone if you suspect an opioid overdose. Training available upon request.
- Harm Reduction Training: Evidence-based best practices for harm and stigma reduction surrounding substance use disorder. Understanding what SUD/OUD is and how to support others experiencing the disorder can improve treatment and recovery outcomes and create healthier communities. Training available quarterly, and on request.
- Peer Support Services: Find local peer support through a variety of programs (see above for Tooele County resources).
- Tooele County Community Resource Directory
- Tooele County Opioid Use Disorder Resource Guide (Coming Soon)
- Emergency Funding Recovery Aid Referral Form
Federal & State Resources
- RCORP-TA: Harm Reduction Laws in the United States
- RCORP-TA: Becoming a Certified Peer Support Specialist
- RCORP-TA: How to Build Your Own Peer-to-Peer Recovery Center from the Ground Up
- SAMHSA: Opioid Overdose Prevention ToolKit (English & Spanish)
- RCORP-TA: Rural Community Action Guide: Building Stronger, Healthy Drug-Free Rural Communities
- RCORP-TA: Community Opioid Misuse Toolbox
- RCORP-TA: Mothering and Opioids Toolkit: Addressing Stigma – Acting Collaboratively | RCORP
Please complete our information request form if you would like to learn more about TROHC or substance/opioid use disorder harm reduction, or to receive resources by mail.
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