Utah's Addiction Recovery Community Organization

USARA's mission is to celebrate, advocate, support and educate on behalf of drug and/or alcohol addiction recovery and Utah's recovery community. 

Our Call to Action:   "If you have found recovery, consider giving the community your story as an instrument of hope and healing. If you have been blessed by resources that helped you find and sustain recovery, then join the fight to expand resources for those still suffering," -William L. White. 

Join Utah's Recovery Movement:  USARA and Utah's Recovery Community are in need of passionate and dedicated recovery leaders to help sustain the recovery movement and drive it forward. Our goal is to reduce barriers and the stigma surrounding addiction that people in recovery face every day.  We strongly believe that every recovery voice counts and anyone related to the recovery community can be an advocate for change.  Together we can create a positive conversation around addiction and recovery throughout the state of Utah.   Join the movement... 

Rock Stars for Recovery at the 2015 Utah Pride Parade: Join Us June 7th!
Rock Stars of Recovery at the 2015 Utah Pride Parade On Sunday, June 7th, USARA and Utah's Recovery Community will walk in the Utah Pride Parade in celebration of #RecoveryPride...
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Calling All Recovery Advocates: 2015 Rally for Addiction and Mental Health Recovery
Salt Lake City, UT – Friday, March 6, 2015 USARA and NAMI Utah host 7th Annual RALLY FOR ADDICTION AND MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY!  Pre-Rally Event: 11:00 a.m. WALK TO REMEM...
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Donate $10 to USARA's 2015 Love UT Give UT Campaign
Your $10 Donation Will Help us Secure a $5,000 Grant! For our 2014 LUGU Campaign we invited Utah's Recovery Community to our center in Salt Lake City to paint a mural,...
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Poll results: Most Utahns favor dropping penalties for drug possession; want drug users to get treatment, not jail or prison
Survey by community-based organizations shows that Utahns see drug use as a public health issue, not a criminal justice issue   Salt Lake City, UT – A recent poll of 551 reg...