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 South Jordan Utah Drug Alcohol Rehab
If you’re looking for alcohol and drug rehab in South Jordan, UT, there are over 300 options to choose from in this city and its surrounding Salt Lake County. Located 18 miles south of Salt Lake City, South Jordan is considered a suburb of the state capital. It was founded in 1859 by Mormon pioneers and has become a bedroom community of Salt Lake City. Situated along the banks of the Jordan River, nestled between the Oquirrh Mountains and the Wasatch Mountains, South Jordan has been described as “life just off the fast lane.” This slogan is reflected in the lower rate of drug-related crime here: 0.83 per 1,000 residents per year.1 However, this city is not without its drug challenges. Opioid overdose deaths have increased in recent years, despite efforts by the health department to make naloxone more readily available.

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  1. SoUTh Jordan, UT drug-related crime rates and maps. (n.d.). CrimeGrade.Org. Retrieved December 20, 2022, from
  2. Opioid data dashboard. (n.d.). Health Data Dashboard. Retrieved December 20, 2022, from
  3. Deparment of Health. (n.d.). IBIS-PH –    Health indicator report. Drug Overdose and Poisoning Incidents. Retrieved December 20, 2022, from