NAMI, Utah’s mission is to ensure dignity and improve the lives of those who suffer mental illness and their families through education, support, advocacy and research. NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) is a non-profit organization focused on educating the public about the issues surrounding mental illness. Most of all, we want the people in Utah to know that Treatment Works.
450 S. 900 E, Suite 160
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Toll Free: 877-230-6264
UNI - The University Neuropsychiatric Institute, located in the University's Research Park, is a full service 90-bed psychiatric hospital providing mental health and substance abuse treatment. Our services include inpatient, day treatment, intensive outpatient, and outpatient services for children, adolescents and adults. Confidential assessments, referrals, and intervention education are available. For e-mail inquiries about referrals, admissions or hospital services, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
501 Chipeta Way
Salt Lake City, Utah 84108
Provo’s HOPE Task Force (Hold On, Persuade, Escape) consists of 25 local groups that present lessons and community workshops to both educate and prevent suicide through intervention and community awareness.
Hope Task Force for Suicide Prevention
Provo City School District
280 West 940 North
Provo, Utah 84604
The Intermountain Injury Control Research Center seeks to reduce the national burden of injury and illness through scientific research, leadership, education, mentorship, service and innovation in a productive, academic environment.
295 Chipeta Way, PO Box 581289,
SLC, UT 84158-0289
Utah Department of Human Services Various programs at the Utah Department of Human Services offer assistance and indirect suicide prevention resources. The link below is targeted specifically at support for young adults.
120 North 200 West
Salt Lake City, Utah 84103
Valley Mental Health is a private, not-for-profit agency, contracting with Salt Lake, Summit and Tooele Counties, as well as with the State of Utah, to provide mental-health services. Valley Mental Health’s philosophy is to deliver services in the least restrictive environment possible.
5965 South 900 East
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121
24 hours a day
Youth Services diverts youth from the juvenile justice system. It provides immediate intervention by engaging and motivating youth and families to access resources and resolve conflict. Youth Services is appropriate for youth who have a minor or non-existent delinquent history and have not been adjudicated.
State Administrative Office
Office of Community Programs
Office of Correctional Facilities
Office of Rural Programs
The Utah PTA helps every child realize his/her full potential, supports and speaks on behalf of children and youth, encourages positive involvement in all facets of a child’s life, and assists in developing skills to raise and protect children and youth.
5192 South Greenpine Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah 84123
Phone: (801) 261-3100
211 Information and Referral, a program of Community Services Council, is a free information and referral line for health, human and community services. 211 provides information and referral on topics such as emergency food pantries, rental assistance, public-health clinics, childcare resources, support groups, legal aid, and a variety of non-profit and governmental agencies.
The Utah Federation for Youth promotes positive youth development and drug prevention through education, community involvement, and outdoor recreation.
History: Founded in 1980, the Utah Federation for Youth has worked as a grassroots, community non-profit organization in Salt Lake City to provide initiatives that improve young people's lives, the environment, and our community.
641 W North Temple, Suite 40
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
Utah Youth Village changes the lives of troubled children and families. The Village offers residential care in Treatment Foster Homes and in Group Homes. The Village also offers in-home help through Families First, an intensive program that teaches parents valuable skills. Other programs include Parenting For Success classes, therapy, and privately funded higher education grants for Village graduates.
5800 South Highland Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121
Phone: (801) 272-9980
Heart and Soul Survivors- Suicide Survivors Support Group is for anyone who has been affected by the loss from suicide immediate and extended family, friends, neighbors. No fees or forms, just love and understanding.
Phone: (801) 223-9954
Four Corners Community Behavioral Health, Inc provides complete out patient mental health and substance abuse services. These services include, assessment and diagnosis, individual, family, and group therapy, evaluation for medication, medication management, skills development, case management, intensive substance abuse outpatient services, psychological testing, short-term treatment for children, youth, and adults suffering life crisis situations, ongoing treatment for people with biological or severe mental illness.
198 East Center Street
Moab, Utah 84532
Mental Health Association in Utah promotes and supports mental health and seeks to improve the care and treatment of persons with mental illness by affecting improvement in public policy and through public education.
1800 South West Temple Suite, 501
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Mental Health Resource Foundation is a private non-profit foundation incorporated in 1991. The Foundation’s interests are to identify, develop, and promote resources for those persons with mental-health concerns, including depression, bipolar, schizophrenia, anxiety, and eating disorders; and social/emotional concerns including alcohol and drug abuse, same-sex attraction, pornography, divorce, and physical and sexual abuse.
2550 Washington Blvd., #103; PO Box 3074
Ogden, Utah 84409-1704
(CCS) Catholic Community Services has evolved to reflect the changing dynamics of the entire Utah community. The original spirit and intention to make a difference in the lives of people remains undiluted. Over six decades, Catholic Community Services of Utah has become a community service leader in Utah and has gained a national reputation for reaching out to families and individuals in the most desperate of circumstances. In response to expanding community needs, the types of programs have increased from four to 14 throughout the state.
250 East 300 South, Suite 300
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
Phone: (801) 977-9119
Our Savior’s Lutheran Church is a moderately-sized family-oriented organization that is active in the community. Our Savior’s youth program is recognized throughout the Salt Lake Valley and the Rocky Mountain Area.
2500 East 3900 South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84124
Phone: (801) 278-1412