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Our Services


The most comprehensive adult inpatient program in Utah. Hands down.


This program specializes in services for a single parent who has dependent children.


Specializing in treating moderate to high addicted youth ages 14 to 17


Our approach is person centered and focused on providing the support needed to get you to a healthy life.


Our program treats the entire individual, not just the addiction problem.


Medical, psychiatric, and behavioral health professionals within the same setting in our fully-integrated Martindale Clinic.


Recent News

Mikey's Christmas Jar

Chili’s Supports Mikey’s Christmas Jar

Last year an outstanding 16 year old Eagle Scout candidate, Colby Beard, organized a fundraiser called ‘Mikey’s Christmas Jar’ to honor his brother Mikey, who died of a heroin overdose. Next Thursday 10/23, every Chili’s Grill & Bar in Utah will donate 15% of the event day sales to helping provide Christmas to families of

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Love Utah Give Utah Fundraising Event

Love Utah Give Utah is a day for all Utahans to band together and support the causes they care about. Last year 6,500 individuals went online to support over 350 causes across Utah, raising $800,000 in just 24 hours!This Thursday, support Odyssey House of Utah by donating here: http://loveutgiveut.razoo.com/story/Odyssey-HouseUtah

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Odyssey talks about “Medicaid Gap”

Kristine Payne, Director of Odyssey Admissions, talks about Medicaid expansion and the importance of it to help people receive care. http://fox13now.com/2014/02/27/utahns-in-medicaid-gap-face-uncertain-future/#ooid=5wa3Z3azow9HQOalxQBNleqM5z2PiSS5

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Recovery Rally 2014 – Utah State Capitol

Odyssey House clients, staff and members of the treatment community, gathered to “Rally for Recovery” at the Utah State Capitol building. Various topics were covered and great support was shown to Medicaid expansion, funding for treatment of substance use and mental illness.

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Oakwood Elementary gives Valentine wishes for people in recovery

Oakwood Elementary 5th & 6th graders sent words of encouragement and love to people in treatment at Odyssey House. Having a substance use addiction can lead people to feel ashamed and unloveable. So many people just need to hear that someone believes in them. Clients who are literally fighting for their lives, can feel completely left

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Episcopal Diocese of UT generously donates to help 130 people receive medical care from Odyssey’s Clinic

Episcopal Diocese of UT generously donated to help 130 people receive medical care from Odysseys Clinic http://t.co/DsKxhjlXRi via @youtube — Odyssey House Utah (@OdysseyHouseUT) December 6, 2013 Odyssey would like to recognize the Episcopal Diocese of Utah for their generous donation to Odyssey’s Integrated Martindale Clinic, where medical, psychiatric, and behavioral health professionals are brought

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Getting sober was the hardest thing I’ve ever done, but I’m here and I’m alive, and those are two things I wouldn’t be able to say if it wasn’t for Odyssey House.


( Adolescent Residential Client )

I accomplished way more in the last year then I have accomplished in the last 10. I've actually accomplished things I've wanted to accomplish for 30 years, like voting, graduating high school, and staying sober for this long, and I've done all three. If it wasn't for Odyssey I wouldn't.

( Adult Outpatient Client )

My experience at treatment was great! Odyssey House gave me my life back, and I want to thank all the staff that helped me through!


( Adolescent Residential Client, age 17 )

Odyssey House not only saved my life, but helped me learn how to love myself. I entered treatment ashamed, afraid and guilt ridden. I left with a whole new outlook on life. I have my family back and a future I'm no longer afraid of.

Shawnyne W

( Adult Residential Graduate )

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“Helping individuals and families reclaim their lives through effective substance abuse treatment, prevention, and mental health services.”