Addiction and Treatment Statistics for Hill AFB, Utah

Hill Air Force Base (AFB) is a major U.S. air force base located in northern Utah, just south of Ogden. The city is located roughly 30 miles north of Salt Lake City and was named in honor of Ployer Peter Hill. Hill was an air force fighter pilot who died to test-fly a prototype of the B-17 Flying Fortress Bomber.

Hill AFB, Utah Drug And Alcohol Rehab Centers

Because Hill AFB primarily functions as a U.S. Military Facility, there are not a lot of substance abuse treatment choices for individuals suffering from drug or alcohol abuse. In many cases, individuals may need to look outside of the city to find the treatment they need to help them return to a substance-free life.

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