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RESOURCES

If you or someone you know is suffering, help is just a phone call away.

888-949-4864 (SLC)
435-843-3520 (Tooele)
435-649-8347 (Summit)

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Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-TALK (8255)

Crisis Numbers:
Summit County 435-649-8347
Tooele County 435-843-5600
Salt Lake County 801-587-3000

or text LISTEN to 741741

Mental Health Screening

Mental health screenings are a quick way to determine if you or someone you care about may need to reach out to a doctor or mental health professional for an evaluation. Start one below.

Mental Health Screening Tool

BARRIERS TO SEEKING HELP

There are many reasons people don’t seek help for behavioral issues when they need it. But most of them have something to do with the stigmas people often associate with mental illness. Shame and embarrassment are common, as is the attitude that “if I don’t admit to having a problem, it might just go away.”

Our mission is to dispel these feelings and attitudes through education. Too often mental illness is seen as a weakness in character rather than what it really is: a neurobiological or psychological condition. A condition that’s really no different than having diabetes or arthritis.

With proper diagnosis and treatment, those living with mental illness can lead successful and meaningful lives. After all, choosing to deal with these issues isn’t an indication of weakness—it’s proof of wisdom and courage.