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The Odyssey House of Utah is celebrating 15 years of providing vocational training to residents and services to the public.

Odyssey Enterprises, a division of Odyssey House of Utah, established a vocational training program in 1979 to provide skill development opportunities to its residents. Since its inception, Odyssey Enterprises has grown and offers a variety of training experiences and has schooled more than 1,000 people."Our primary objective is to prepare the residents with marketable skills that will give them a sense of responsibility to help them re-enter the community and be productive citizens," said Glen Lambert, executive director of Odyssey House. "Work crews receive training in problem-solving techniques, technical skill development, work habits, responsibilities, job safety, punctuality and effective communication skills."

Odyssey Enterprises has expanded its training and services by providing interior and exterior painting, residential moving, office and business relocation, drywall installation and a variety of commercial/residential construction services and upholstery work.

Odyssey House of Utah is a non-profit program providing treatment for drug and alcohol addiction, emotional problems and anti-social behavior.