OUR MISSION:To create a well-informed and stigma-free community with access to mental health services for all residents of Summit County.
YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS TO CONNECT SUPPORT:
Community educational programs about all aspects of mental health and mental illness, which have included programs led by esteemed speakers including Kevin Hines, Kate Fagan, Chamique Holdsclaw, and Liza Long.
Outreach to families in crisis, helping them find treatment for their loved ones through the first-ever Summit County Mental Health Services Directory supported by individualized guidance.
Advocacy on mental health issues that impact Summit County residents by ‘Connect-ing’ with key community partners including Summit County and Park City governments and Intermountain Park City Hospital. CONNECT’s efforts have moved mental health from a fringe issue to a community priority.
The community conversation that CONNECT jumpstarted has moved mental health issues out of the shadows to become a priority in Summit County. However, the stigma of mental illness is deeply ingrained in society and battling it will be a marathon, not a sprint. Your support sustains CONNECT for the long run!
How Can You Help?
To give to CONNECT, please make your check payable to Connect Summit County. Our non-profit EIN number is 81-2075871.
Please mail your donations to:
Connect Summit County
7120 Canyon Drive
Park City, Utah 84098
We will recognize your generous gift with a thank you note and charitable receipt. Your tax-deductible contribution will go directly to the development of programs that support our mission to create a lasting impact on the Summit County community. We appreciate the continued outpouring of community support. Some of our generous community program partners include:
Christian Center of Park City
The Marriott Daughters Foundation
The Promontory Foundation
The Katz Amsterdam Charitable Trust
Park City Library
Park City Lodging
University of Utah School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry