Substance Use and Mental Health
Utah Coronavirus Information
Behavioral Health/COVID-19 Resources
Utah Crisis Line
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Utah Crisis Line
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Healthy Minds Utah
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Behavioral Health Overview
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County Treatment Authorities
Mental health and substance use disorder treatment services are available in every Utah county. Click to find your county provider.
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Find Other Local Behavioral Health Treatment Providers
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2023 Fall Conference on Substance Use Disorders
Utah 988 Consumer Engagement Report
Health Disparities Needs Assessment Report
Supporting Mental Health During COVID-19 - Deseret News
Utah LGBTQ+ Suicide Prevention Plan
"Live On" is a statewide effort to prevent suicide by promoting education, providing resources, and changing our culture around suicide and mental health.
Together we can get through, reach out, lift up, look ahead, and Live On.
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Mental Health for Child Care Providers
The Office of Substance Use and Mental Health (SUMH) and the Office of Child Care (OCC) are partnering together to offer mental health services to qualified child care providers throughout Utah.
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Commitment to Civil Rights
The Utah Department of Human Services (DHS) prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, gender or religion. The Department is committed to making programs, services, benefits and facilities accessible in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. If you believe you have been discriminated against by a Utah human services employee, division or office for any of these protected categories, please visit the Commitment to Civil Rights page to send a written, oral (TTY) or electronic complaint.