Utah Department of Corrections


The mission of our Treatment and Resource Centers is to offer treatment and resources to support the long-term success of those under the supervision of Adult Probation and Parole.

The centers create the necessary environment for the personal growth and success of individuals on probation or parole. We are committed to providing evidence-based programs so that our clients achieve lifelong success. Our staff ensures a safe learning environment for clients to address their issues and engage in programming, specifically targeted to address their needs. This mission is accomplished through collaboration with community partners and our dedicated staff.

Centers are located throughout the state in various Adult Probation and Parole Offices. The centers are staffed by correctional officers, correctional specialists, AP&P officers, licensed clinical therapists and community partners who work together to provide classes and programming.

The staff specializes in working with people involved in the criminal justice system and has an in-depth knowledge of risk factors that impact the likelihood of success as well as offenders diverse needs. Client safety and mutual respect are key tenants of our programs, which are continually evaluated and improved.

In addition to offering classes, the centers provide assessments and referrals to treatment providers in the community.  We understand the importance of referring the right client to the right program and thus may act as a liaison to ensure appropriate community support and treatment are provided. 

Programs offered at the centers vary. They include:

Moral Reconation Therapy: This cognitive-behavioral treatment program is aimed at enhancing self image and developing improved moral reasoning. Clients are required to complete a work book consisting of 12 steps, passing off one step a week. Clients should demonstrate better decision-making after completing the course.

 Thinking for a Change: Thinking for a Change aims to help offenders take charge of their lives by learning more effective ways of thinking. The three main skills the program teaches are cognitive restructuring, problem solving and social skills.

Substance Abuse

Anger Management

Escaping your Prison

Parenting

Seeking Safety

Saying Quit

Moving On

Untangling Relationships

GED

Co-Dependency

Intervention

Relapse Prevention

Employment Assistance

Job Clubs


The following is a list of Treatment Resource Centers in Utah: 

• Northern Utah Region Treatment Resource Center, Ogden

2445 South Water Tower Way
Ogden, UT 84401
Telephone: 801-627-7810

Classes offered:

  • Moral Reconation Therapy
  • Moral Reconation Therapy Study Group
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Anger Management
  • Support Groups

Therapy offered:

  • Women's substance abuse/mental health groups
  • Men's substance abuse/mental health groups
  • Women's intensive outpatient substance abuse program (three hours, three times a week)
  • Men's intensive outpatient substance abuse program (three hours, three times a week)
  • Individual mental health sessions
  • Assessments

• Logan AP&P Office

1225 W. Valley View Drive
Logan UT 84321
Telephone: 801-713-6240

The Northern Utah Treatment Resource Center sends a therapist to Logan each Thursday to complete assessments and conduct a substance abuse group for offenders residing in the Logan area. The Logan agents teach four Moral Reconation Therapy classes a week. Please call for more information.


• Salt Lake City AP&P Office

 
3280 West 3500 South
West Valley City, UT  84119 
Telephone: 801-957-8801

Supervisor: William Luke, wluke@utah.gov

Classes offered:

  • Moral Reconation Therapy (12 weeks)
  • GED (weekly as needed)
  • Co-dependency (12 weeks)
  • Relapse Prevention (8 weeks)
  • Intervention (4 weeks)
  • Job club/vocational rehabilitation (weekly classes)
  • Job readiness class (weekly classes)
  • Gang Intervention (8 weeks)
  • Trauma Therapy (coming soon)

Therapy offered:

  • Women's substance abuse/mental health groups
  • Men's substance abuse/mental health groups
  • Women's Intensive outpatient substance abuse program (three hours three times a week)
  • Men can be placed at Fortitude Treatment Center for residential treatment and then have aftercare at the TRC.
  • Treatment assessments (some clients may be referred out for assessments)

• Region 4 Treatment Resource Center, Provo

150 E. Center Street
Provo, UT 84603
Telephone: 801-344-1200

Supervisor: Ross Williams 

Classes offered:

  • Substance abuse education classes
  • Moral Reconation Therapy

Therapy offered:

  • Women's substance abuse groups
  • Men's substance abuse groups
  • Trauma groups
  • Individual therapy sessions
  • Substance and mental health assessments
  • Intensive outpatient treatment will be starting soon

• Richfield, Satellite office

835 E. 300 N. #500
Richfield, UT 84701
Telephone: 435-896-2770

Classes offered:

  • Substance abuse education classes
  • Moral Reconation Therapy

Therapy offered:

  • Women's substance abuse groups
  • Men's substance abuse groups
  • Substance abuse assessments

• Region 5 Treatment Resource Center, Hurricane

620 S. 5300 West, Ste. 247
Hurricane, UT 84737
Telephone: 435-634-2800

Supervisor: Tony Garrett, tkgarrett@utah.gov

Classes offered:

  • Moral Reconation Therapy
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Anger Management
  • Substance abuse education
  • Thinking for a Change 3.1
  • Parenting
  • Employment class once a month
  • Re-entry Program for probationers

The center currently has one therapist who provides evaluations and intensive outpatient, mental health, group and individual counseling.

The Re-entry Program for probationers is for individuals who are ordered to serve more than 90 days in jail. If the probationers complete 30 hours in Thinking for a Change, 15 hours of substance abuse education and 30 hours of group therapy they may be eligible for an early release provided they continue treatment at the Treatment Resource Center.


 Region 6 Treatment Resource Center, Price

1365 S. Carbon Avenue
Price, UT 84501
Telephone: 435-636-2800, ext. 817

TRC Agent: Andrea Haight, ahaight@utah.gov
Supervisor: Wade Allinson, wallinson@utah.gov

Classes offered:

  • Moral Reconation Therapy (12 weeks)
  • Co-dependency (12 weeks)
  • Relapse Prevention (8 weeks)
  • Maintenance (20 weeks)
  • Risk Reduction (3 weeks)
  • Strengthening Families 

 • Tooele Treatment Center

Adult Probation and Parole Office
528 E. 2400 North
Tooele, UT 84074
Telephone: 435-882-1404

Supervisor: Blake Beesley 

Classes offered:

  • Moral Reconation Therapy (12 weeks)
  • Relapse Prevention (8 weeks)
  • Substance Abuse Education