Seeking Sanity

If you find yourself struggling with life's challenges and want to find a way out of substance use or abuse, join us.

EVERY Thursday at 8-9pm

beginning april 13


PROGRAM Hosts - LISA Holmberg & Jordan Sgro

Lisa: I am a married Mormon mother of 5.  I graduated from BYU wth a BS in family science and got my MBA from UVU.  I served a mission to Fukuoka, Japan. I have had my battles with substance abuse and have learned the healing power of connection. My oldest son, who is gay, is one of my greatest gifts.  He has taught me love and understanding and our relationship is better than it has ever been.


Jordan: I graduated from BYU with a BS in Psychology and a minor in Italian. Throughout my undergraduate career, I dedicated my time to the management of multiple research projects encompassing addiction, relationships and body image. After graduating from BYU, I came out as gay to my friends and family and am now engaged to my future wife. I currently work as a Study Coordinator at the University of Utah in the Psychiatry department where I focus on addiction and pain research.

What is Seeking sanity?

Seeking Sanity is a 12-week basic course focused on addiction recovery. If you struggle with substance abuse and desire sanity, please join us.  Each week we will begin with some instruction, then open up for sharing and understanding. We hope everyone leaves feeling loved and motivated to become their best self.

When is seeking sanity?

Every Thursday from 8-9pm.  

Who can come? 

LGBT youth who have used substances as a method for coping with personal struggles


4/13 Do you suspect you may have a problem?

4/20 Getting ready to quit

4/27 Finding help

5/4 Experience an AA meeting

5/11 Quitting

5/18 Personal Stewardship

5/25 Feeling again

6/1 Spirituality

6/8 Communication

6/15 Making amends

6/22 Relapse prevention

6/29 Family support class - Youth & Family