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.
We are honored to receive a generous $10,000 grant from the Park City Community Foundation’s Community Response Fund and your donations will be doubled!
Thank you for helping our community as we stabilize and recover from the huge impact of coronavirus.
Mental Health Toolkits. Over the last few months, we have provided comprehensive resources for our community with our COVID-19 and Mental Health Awareness Month toolkits, Peer Navigation Services and Mental Health Resource Directory.
Mental Health Awareness Month. May was dedicated to reducing the stigma of mental illness by providing community-wide programming and by placing 100 inspirational yard signs all over Summit County. Watch our virtual events here!
Virtual Mental Health Support Groups. When COVID-19 first hit, we quickly mobilized our mental health providers and held several weekly virtual support groups for children, teens and adults over the course of three months. See the list of support groups and participating providers here.
THANK YOU FOR MAKING MENTAL HEALTH A PRIORITY!