Substance Use Screening: What to Expect

We don't want anyone left without help. If you need assistance, cannot afford treatment or have any questions, contact us at 801-851-7128 or  You can also find other providers in Utah County and outside our service area at

Screening Hours

Individuals accessing any County funded substance abuse treatment services must complete an intake screening. Screening for treatment services is on a walk-in first-come-first-served basis. We do not take appointments for screening services.  To establish eligibility for services and subsidized treatment, you will need to bring a form of government issued identification (like a drivers license).

Monday - Thursday 8:00 am until 4:00 pm or until we meet capacity

Friday from 8:00 am until 9:30 am and 11:30 am until 2:30 pm or until we meet capacity

151 S University Ave, Provo, UTLocation

Utah County Substance Use Screening and Information Systems

Health and Justice Building
151 South University Avenue, Suite 1500
Provo, UT 84601

Screening Fees

There is a flat $68 fee for the screening payable by cash, check, credit, debit or money order.  You may also be asked for a drug test at your screening at a $21 cost. Fees for drug testing and recommended treatment services will be charged on a sliding fee scale if financial information is provided, but will not be applicable to the screening fee. Please continue to bring in proof of income as it can have an impact on the drug test fee as well as any future service charges. Payment is not necessary at the time of service.

Treatment Entry

If your screening indicates that you would benefit from treatment, you will be referred to a treatment program. At the screening you will be given the contact information for one of our treatment programs and placed on a waiting list.  You will need to check-in with the program weekly to stay on the waiting list.

Early Intervention Courses

Instead of treatment, you may be recommended for Prime For Life®, an evidence-based prevention and intervention program, designed to help people learn how to reduce their risks of alcohol and drug related problems throughout life.   Prime for Life courses are $206. All classes are held in room 2501 of the Health and Justice Building

* All treatment services are limited to Utah County residents only. You can also find providers outside our service area at

* There is a financial obligation to pay for services. See Rate Schedule. Payment is calculated on a sliding fee scale based on Federal Poverty Guidelines, income and household size.