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Minorities Mental Health Awareness Month

ENGLISH   On Friday, July 22nd, CONNECT staff and a large group of volunteers hiked the PC Hill in honor of National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. Among the group, there was the Dobberfuhl family, Summit County Clubhouse, Lorraine Stuecken, Officer Franco Libertini, Ivonne Chapa, the Gallup family, and many others who made this hike unforgettable.    At CONNECT, we […]


Please enjoy some photos from May, taken by CONNECT Summit County’s team. Special thanks to Jacob Pettee, JWP Industries, for photographing the May 21st event. Attendees enjoy socializing and appetizers at CONNECT’s May Soiree, and then gather in the Jim Santa Auditorium for a showing of Marvelous and the Black Hole, brought to you by Park City Film. Young people […]

Mental Health Awareness Month Recap, 2022

At a time when Utah has the highest rate of mental health illness in the US, providing access to mental health resources has never been more important. CONNECT Summit County celebrated Mental Health Awareness Month in May by supporting youth and Spanish-speakers in Summit County. Nationally, people are becoming more aware of the need for mental health services, and signs […]

LGBTQ+ Mental Health Resources in Utah

Happy Pride Month! CONNECT Summit County is working to provide mental health resources to EVERYONE in Summit County. If you are seeking mental health services that are LGBTQ+ inclusive, start with the list below.  LGBTQQIP2SAA stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, queer, intersex, pansexual, two-spirit (2S), androgynous and asexual.  Click “see definitions” to learn more about each of these terms. […]

Art Contest!

How to Enter About the Festival How to Enter Enter to have your artwork featured on the Community Wellness Festival Poster! Create the art for the Community Wellness Festival Poster! The image must include people or a person exploring mental wellness activities in a garden setting. All ages are invited to participate! Dimensions: 8.5″ x 11″ Submission Deadline: Thursday, June […]

Beyond the Baby Blues – Postpartum Mood Disorders

You just gave birth to a beautiful, healthy baby. All ten fingers. All ten toes. Two big, beautiful eyes stare up at you, and . . . you’re terrified. You’re nervous. You’re depressed and prone to fits of crying. You’re manic and can’t sleep, calm yourself or think straight. You experience wild mood swings in the course of a few […]

Get Trained. Save Lives. Learn About LEAP!

Are you struggling to help someone with serious mental illness accept treatment? Join Dr. Xavier Amador, world renowned psychologist and author of 8 books including I Am Not Sick I Don’t Need Help! on Saturday, April 9 at the Blair Education Center. Learn to create safety and trust in relationships with adults who are unaware of their mental illness and how to […]

Hablemos de Salud Mental

CONNECT se compromete a dedicar del recursos y esfuerzos a la comunidad de habla hispana del condado de Summit para la campaña contra el estigma.  CONNECT Summit County ha aumentado con éxito el alcance comunitario dentro de la comunidad de habla hispana en medios digitales a través de una serie de entrevistas en vivo entre Linda Norquist, – encargada de […]

2022 State of Mind Recap

Second Annual STATE of MIND We hope you enjoyed our second annual State of Mind event. We brought together the best local minds in the field of mental health to shine a light on issues, and to talk about solutions and initiatives. Watch the recaps of each of the Meeting of the Minds sessions to learn how YOU can be […]

Meet the Panelists: Day 2

Our goal at State of Mind is to shine a light on current mental health issues impacting our community. We will look at the gaps in the system and bring together the best local minds in the field of mental health to talk about solutions and initiatives. Learn how YOU can be involved and affect change. Join us for one – […]