Top Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Taylorsville, UT & Free Treatment Resources

Taylorsville Utah Drug Alcohol Rehab
Taylorsville is a suburb of Salt Lake City within Salt Lake County. It’s also considered part of the Salt Lake City metropolitan area, which means it’s densely populated and close to major attractions—including the famous Salt Lake itself. While Utah is often thought of as a “dry state,” alcohol is widely available, especially in Salt Lake County. Unfortunately, both prescription and illicit substances are widely available as well, which has left the county with an average of 23.7 drug poisoning deaths per 100,000 people each year between 2017 and 2020, according to the Utah Department of Health.1 Fortunately, there are nearly 150 accredited drug and alcohol rehabs in Taylorsville and the surrounding area. You can even find state-funded treatment centers that offer addiction services for free or at least offer special financial plans for those who qualify.

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Alcohol and Drug Use Statistics in Taylorsville, Utah

Here’s a brief overview of what substance abuse looks like for the Salt Lake City metropolitan area: 2,3

Getting to and Around Taylorsville, Utah

If you’re planning to get help through an inpatient treatment program in Taylorsville, attend an outpatient program, or visit a loved one at a treatment center there, you’ll need to know how to get around and what’s available.

Here are a few travel tips for your visit or stay in Taylorsville:


  1. Utah Department of Health. (n.d.). Health Indicator of Drug Overdose and Poisoning Incidents.
  2. U.S. Department of Justice: National Drug Intelligence Center. (2003.). Drug Threat Assessment: Utah
  3. SAMHSA: THE NSDUH Report. (n.d.). Substance Use and Mental Disorders in the Salt Lake City.