An Augmented Reality Experience

Pill Bottle AR Experience

Scan QR Code with your phone’s camera to view in Facebook AR

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Don’t have Facebook? Turn the AR off to see what you’re missing.


To explore the hidden dangers and experience the Augmented Reality in full size, visit one of the locations listed below. If you don’t see one in your area check back – more locations will be added over the next few months.

Utah County Recovery Day

Kiwanis Park 1019 N 1100 E, Provo, UT 84604

Utah County Health Department

151 S University Ave, Provo, UT 84601

Northwest Recreation Center

1255 Clark Ave Salt Lake City, UT 84116

Magna Fitness and Recreation Center

3270 S 8400 W Magna, UT 84044


Opioids might not be worth the risk.

Before you take an opioid, take a moment to ask your doctor or pharmacist:

  1. Am I at risk for addiction?
  2. Will something else work?
  3. How long will I be taking them?
  4. Are you prescribing the lowest possible dose?
  5. What’s the plan to taper me off?

How do Opioids affect your body?

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Physical dependence on opioids can happen in as little as seven days. Prolonged use of opioids can lead to addiction, overdose or even death.

How do Opioids affect your body?

Pain can often be better treated with safe alternatives. Some of these treatments may actually work better and have fewer risks and side effects:

  • A combination of acetaminophen (Tylenol®) and ibuprofen (Advil®)
  • Naproxen (Aleve®)
  • Physical Therapy
  • Certain medications that are also used for depression or seizures
  • Interventional therapies (injections)
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy

Use Pharmacy Dropboxes

There are no such things as safe leftovers. About 74 percent of Utahns with an opioid addiction get opioids from a friend or family member. Properly dispose of opioids that are no longer needed in a drop box to lessen the chance of dependence, addiction, and unintentional overdose. Find the nearest drop box at

We’re all in this together. Our collaborations are united in the effort to prevent opioid misuse, addiction, and overdose deaths.