CONNECTing Communities: People First Streets

This summer, CONNECT Summit County is focused on bring people together in safe and meaningful ways to reCONNECT after the pandemic. On Tuesday, June 29th, CONNECT Summit County staff, board members, and volunteers turned out to paint the street outside of CONNECT’s office with CONNECT’s brand colors. This was a part of a larger program by Park City called People […]

Reaching Rural Utah

CONNECT Summit County has been working to reach rural communities in Summit County. During Mental Health Awareness Month, CONNECT’s team held an event called Mental Health in the Park on Saturday, May 21st. Our community partners from the Summit County Clubhouse and Healthy U Behavioral came out to talk with residents about mental health resources. Attendees enjoyed a free lunch […]

An Employer Responds to Mental Health Challenge

“Firsts” are always frightening for me and in some cases, surprising! In over 20 years of staffing my crew, I’ve encountered many situations with individuals who had debilitating behaviors due to unresolved trauma and chemical imbalances but I have never encountered anything like this before and I had no tool in my tool kit to deal with this situation.  As […]

New and Promising Practices in Treatment

CONNECT Summit County is working to erase stigma that surrounds mental health challenges, and with that comes a need for mental health services that allow for other options aside from seeing a therapist or a medication prescriber. Treating mental health challenges requires that we consider new and promising practices in treatment. These virtual panels and webinars, brought to you by the […]

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