How to help someone with mental health challenges  who doesn’t want help

Are you struggling to help someone with serious mental illness accept treatment? Learn an effective method (L.E.A.P.)  for creating safety and trust in relationships with adults who are unaware of their mental illness and how to partner with them in seeking support and services. About LEAP LEAP (Listen-Empathize-Agree-Partner) shows clinicians, family members and law enforcement professionals how to quickly gain […]

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A big win for the Summit County Clubhouse

The Summit County Clubhouse has found a new home! The Clubhouse was created to provide an inclusive community where adults living with mental illness can achieve their highest potential and they recently received the news they have been approved for their Conditional Use Permit by the Snyderville Basin Planning Commission. This permit allows for the donor purchase of 6304 Highland […]

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Double your impact: Match your donation TODAY!

Since the Stay-At-Home Order for residents on March 25, CONNECT Summit County has been working around the clock to support the mental health of community members, especially the hardest hit and most vulnerable populations. Our mission—to create a well-informed and stigma-free community with access to mental health services for everyone ⎯ has perhaps never been more relevant than it is now.  […]

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