Please call our intake coordinator at (801) 533-0070 ext. 108 or you may visit us at 974 E. South Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah 84102.
Our admissions team is here to answer all of your questions, discuss available funding options, and help you determine if The Haven is the right choice for you or your loved one. If The Haven does not fit your needs, we will refer you to another provider. The Haven works closely with many organizations within the community that may be more suitable and have the adequate resources to meet your needs.
The Haven currently serves individuals 18 and older, who have an active substance use disorder. The majority of our clients are referred from the state and federal legal systems, the Salt Lake City Veterans Administration, and the Ute Indian Tribe Alcohol/Substance Abuse Prevention Program.
We offer residential treatment services, as well as safe and supportive transitional housing in The Haven’s Sober Living Program. We provide services for veterans, individuals with little to no income, justice involved, and who are homeless or have unstable and unsupportive housing.
The first step in the admissions process is to call and schedule a pre-screening assessment with our intake coordinator. This screening process is a short, 20 minute interview that can either be completed by phone or face to face, and will help us determine if The Haven is the appropriate program to fit your needs.
The Haven does not offer detoxification services. We do require you to have at least five days of continuous sobriety at the time of admission. However if you are experiencing symptoms related to withdrawal that could be a safety risk to yourself and others, and could prevent you from participating in treatment we will refer to a facility who provides these services. This will allow you the necessary time to withdraw in a safe environment until you are medically cleared to begin the admission process at The Haven.
The Haven Residential facility is located on 974 E. South Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah 84102. When you arrive you will meet with our intake coordinator who will assist you in completing all of your admission paperwork. Following your admission you will meet with a licensed clinician who will conduct a comprehensive clinical assessment and help you formulate a treatment plan to determine the initial course of your treatment. You will then meet with The Haven’s medical provider for a medical history and physical exam, and to provide any necessary medication management needs that you might have.
We offer residential treatment services, as well as safe and supportive transitional housing in The
Haven’s Sober Living Program. We provide services for veterans, individuals with little to no
income, justice involved, and who are homeless or have unstable and unsupportive housing.