Addiction and Treatment Statistics for Fort Duchesne, Utah

Originally a fort established by the United States Army in 1912, Fort Duchesne is a small town in the northeast corner of Utah. With a small population of roughly 620 individuals, according to the 2000 census data. This town is also the headquarters of the Ute Indian tribe, and its reservation includes much of the Uintah and nearby counties.

Fort Duchesne, Utah Alcohol And Drug Rehab Centers

Located in the Uinta Basin, Fort Duchesne is a historical landmark of the past and has many sites to explore and discover. However, due to its small size, it can be difficult to find drug and alcohol abuse or addiction treatment. Individuals who reside in this area may need to travel to find the appropriate substance abuse treatment program.

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