About The Organization


Problems Anonymous Action Group is a non-profit committed to housing the mentally ill in Weber County 





PAAG Creed
 The Problems Anonymous Action Group is devoted to advancing human dignity by providing a meaningful involvement for people on the fringe of society. The goal is based on the assumption that all individuals, regardless of their race, color, creed, sex or previous history, have one or more areas of competence, which can be used for the good of society and the improvement of the individual. Our role is to change weakness to strength and to support abilities until each individual becomes a solid member of the PAAG subculture, a culture whose norms and values are congruent with the larger society and yet still  personally rewarding. The PAAG philosophy unequivocally rejects labeling individuals and rejects the incarceration of people with non-criminal behavior problems. Any behavior may be normal or abnormal depending on its social context. This view furthers the dignity and personal liberty of the individual and fosters responsibility in the community. It is the conviction of PAAG that this creed will be vindicated by time and this philosophy shall  endure.   
PAAG is a “compatible landlord” helping people reside outside of the State Hospital and somewhere other than homeless shelters, the jail, or the street.