What is COMPASS?
COMPASS is a government-funded program to help patients with addiction or substance abuse get the treatment they need. COMPASS providers can prescribe medications to manage withdrawal symptoms and cravings.
COMPASS offers regular telehealth visits with a mental health provider and access to a peer recovery specialist. Patients in the COMPASS program also have access to social work resources.
Available addiction services for:
- Substance use disorders
- Opioid use disorders
How can I access COMPASS?
You do not need a referral to enter the COMPASS program. You can contact our patient coordinator directly to learn more about the program.
Intermountain hospitals in the Salt Lake City area can also refer you to the program. If you are referred by one of our Emergency Departments or by the Behavioral Access Center at LDS Hospital, we ask that you remain at the hospital so we can connect with you before you leave. We can complete your intake visit via telehealth while you are there.
It is especially important that we be able to contact YOU while you are in the COMPASS program. Please make sure our team members have your best phone number so we can continue to provide treatment.
Resources for Problems with Drugs and Alcohol
988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline 24/7 free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24/7.
Behavioral Health Services Navigation Line
When you call the Intermountain Behavioral Health Services Navigation line, you can expect to talk to someone who can help you access your needs and connect you with the right resources.
Dayspring Treatment & Recovery
Dayspring is an outpatient addiction treatment program that helps people recover from substance use disorder.
Connect Care: Behavioral Health
Connect Care virtual appointments can be done anywhere in Utah, Idaho, or Nevada using your smartphone, tablet, or computer.
COMPASS is a government-funded program to help patients with addiction or substance abuse get the treatment they need.
Live On provides resources for those struggling with suicidal ideation or other mental health concerns.
National Institute of Mental Health
Learn more about substance use disorder and associated mental disorders.
The Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator sponsored by the Subtance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration can you help you anonymously seek behavioral health treatment anywhere in the United States.
USARA (Utah only)
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.
For self-guided mental health, access myStrength for free with registration code MYHEALTHPLUS. Download the app on Apple App Store/Google Play or: