Valley Behavioral Health is your Summit Country community partner when it comes to behavioral health. We provide treatment for a variety of behavioral conditions, court treatment, addiction, and psychiatric conditions, to name a few. We’re here to help- let’s deal with it together.

If you or a loved one experience any of the following difficulties, Valley can help:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Adjustment
  • Relationships
  • Anger Management
  • Thinking Errors
  • Self Esteem and Confidence
  • Attention Deficit
  • Addiction
  • Family Conflict
  • Gender Identity
  •  LGBTQ
  • Domestic Abuse – for Perpetrators and Victims
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Teen/Adolescents
  • Eating Disorder
  • PTSD
  • Childhood Behavior
  • Substance Abuse
  • Couples
  • Severe Mental Illness
  • Other Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders

Services We Offer:

This group is for those with anger issues, assault charges that do not involve domestic violence, and those learning to control their emotions.

Clients have usually been charged with other crimes such as burglary or theft. Assignment and workbooks are used extensively in the group and homework assignments are given.

Seeking Safety

This group is offered for women or men to develop skills to move past traumatizing experiences that have often led to maladaptive behavior.

Kids PRS Group

Focuses on building self-efficacy, relationships, improving life skills while having fun.

These services are offered to children with Medicaid who meet qualifications based on diagnosis and need. Includes 8 hours of life skills and activities

For adults with criminal charges that qualify. Drug court is a minimum commitment of 18 months broken down into 5 phases. Treatment varies from 2 to 5 days a week with mandatory urinalysis testing 3 times per week.

For adults meeting criteria of ASAM level 2.1. The intensive outpatient program is offered 4 days per week for 2 hours each day. Individual or family sessions are also recommended weekly. Urinalysis testing is mandated 2 days per week.

For adults meeting criteria of ASAM level 2.1. The intensive outpatient program is offered 4 days per week for 2 hours each day. Individual or family sessions are also recommended weekly. Urinalysis testing is mandated 2 days per week.

This program is for young adults 18 years and under. Individual and family sessions are recommended. Random urinalysis testing is mandatory 1 day per week.

A weekly group that meets for 1 hour. Available to those not in the court system or who have completed court-mandated treatment and would like to continue to receive group therapy.

Mental Health and Substance Use

Individual, couple, family and group therapy

Case Management 

Psychiatric evaluation with medication management 

Moral Reconation Therapy is an evidence based program for those with multiple criminal charges. This group meets for 1.5 hours per week and follows an evidence based workbook.

This is an evidence based program for adolescents that focuses on completing the MRT workbook. Family and individual sessions recommended.

The class members are county adjudicated inmates or serving prison sentences while being housed at the Summit jail. Topics covered are stages of change, anger management, family relationships, conflict resolution, and self-development.

Domestic Violence- Moral Reconation Therapy is an evidence based program that follows a workbook aimed at increasing awareness of one’s emotional responses that may lead to externalized aggressive behaviors.

  • Park City High School
  • Treasure Mountain Junior High
  • Ecker Hill Middle School
  • McPolin Elementary
  • Trailside Elementary
  • South Summit Elementary, Middle and High School
  • North Summit Elementary, Middle and High School
  • The Winter Sports School

Structure Psychotherapy for Adolescents Responding to Chronic Stress is a program that aims to help traumatized adolescents build on their strengths and resilience through an evidence based workbook program.

Our prevention team aims to promote healthy lifestyles, and reduce substance abuse and other problem behaviors that may put our youth at risk. We utilize evidence-based practices and work to engage community leaders, organizations and agencies in uniting their prevention efforts.

Prime for Life

State mandated group for 1st time DUI offenders. It consists of 4 classes over 4 nights totaling 16 hours. It’s taught in both English and Spanish when needed.

Teen Prime For Life

This group is baed off the adult Prime for Life Program. This is an evidence based workbook focused program for those under 21 years old.

Get In Touch

If you need assistance or to schedule an appointment, call 1-888-949-4864 and talk live to one of our trained representatives. Or email us for more general inquiries.