USARA’s mission is to connect and inspire communities to advocate for addiction recovery. We envision a Utah where recovery community and connection are recognized as the most valuable assets for people to recover from addiction.
What is USARA?
Peer recovery support services, delivered by peer recovery coaches, are a form of non-clinical support that brings the lived experience of recovery along with training and supervision to assist individuals in initiating and/or maintaining recovery.
USARA’s Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT) support group is a free program for family members and friends who are concerned about someone close to them with a substance use disorder.
Call or Text (385) 528-1300 for Family Support, you will receive a response within 24 business hours.
USARA spearheads Utah’s advocacy efforts to educate and provide information about substance use disorders and recovery for policy makers and our community. We want our legislatures to make informed decisions about Utahns who need access to health care and funding for prevention, treatment and recovery support services.