Mental Health Resource Directory

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

Summit County

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TAKE A MENTAL HEALTH SCREENING

Taking a mental health screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition.  Mental Health America has one of the best screening tools available here: http://screening.mentalhealthamerica.net/screening-tools

PREVENTION & TREATMENT

The following resources are offered throughout the year and/or upon request.  

If you need any further information, please contact the organizer directly. 

YOUTH RESOURCES

Emotional intelligence is a free 6-week prevention program for children from 6 to 12 years of age whose parents and siblings are enrolled in progressions and/or basics.

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Progression” is a free NAMI course for young people between the ages of 13 and 18 who are dealing with a mental or emotional condition.

 

Contact: [email protected] / 801-935-4447

Mental Heath issues and if appropriate chemical dependency issues

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Kidstar is a daily treatment program for children 5–12 years of age that assists in clarifying the diagnosis of children with emotional and behavioral challenges.

Contact: 801-583-2500

The Cole Project’s Hope Programs offers three different music-based peer support groups for youth and young adults grieving or in need of general peer support. We provide a supportive, inclusive space for youth from all walks of life.

(8 week course)

 

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LifeSkills Provider Training Workshops prepare teachers, school counselors, prevention specialists, SROs, police officers, community youth educators, and other program providers to effectively implement the state-of-the-art prevention education activities and teaching strategies found in the LST program.

 

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Advocate for yourself, make friends, find your voice.

by Park City School Distrcit

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Contact: [email protected]

Learn about how substances are harmful. Learning about triggers and protective factors to prevent substance abuse.

 

By Park City School Distrcit 

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Contact: [email protected]

Thrive delivers evidence based skill lessons from positive and clinical psychology designed that are shown to reduce depression, anxiety, stress, and improve well-being, positive emotions, and connectedness. The curriculum is delivered via app/web technology and reinforced in cohort peer support groups that meet each week over the duration of the program. Over time Thrive will implement peer mentoring to avail those who have gone through through the program the opportunity to contribute to the well-being of their peers.

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Refusal skills.

Prescription drug use.

Bullying

Mental Health; First Aid

QPR

Drug Prevention

Taught as needed.

Offered throughout all School districts.

Contact: [email protected]

Evidence based/ curriculum

Risk factors: Depression, anxiety and stress. Protective factors Community Connectedness.

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ADULT RESOURCES

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By Cook Center for Human Connection

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Quarterly offerings, can be up to 8 weeks. Some courses available in Spanish. Christian-centered/faith-offering but open to anyone.

Self Reliance Courses (starting a business, marriage and relationships, emotional health)

By Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

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Evidence based program via Zoom/ in person to help with parenting skills.

Disponible en Espanol. 

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Learn the LEAP technique to help a loved one with a Mental Illness accept treatment. 

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FAMILY RESOURCES

CRAFT is a family support group/class from USARA. CRAFT is free for family members and friends concerned about someone close to them who lives with a substance use disorder.

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Basics is a free NAMI course of 6 sessions designed for parents and caregivers of children and adolescents who live with emotional or behavioral difficulties.

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Family to Family” is a free NAMI course of 12 sessions for family members, partners, friends, and loved ones of adults living with a mental or emotional condition.

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5 week series designed to improve communication, teach about the risks of substance use on the adolescent brain and develop refusal skills in youth

Parents of kids age 9-14

 

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ALL AGES

Mental Health First Aid is a skills-based training course that teaches participants to identify, understand and respond to mental health and substance use challenges.

Disponible en Espanol.

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Bystander curriculum: Helps bars, restaurants, breweries and other alcohol-serving places create safe and healthy enviroments

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English and Spanish; Sex Education every six weeks

Life Skills

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OTHER RESOURCES

In addition, CONNECT has created Roadmap to Behavioral Health: A Guide to Using Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Services.” This outstanding guide walks you through the 8-Step process of seeking help for a mental-health or substance-abuse disorder – from obtaining insurance coverage to receiving care.

 REACH OUT FOR HELP TODAY.

Call or text 435.776.HELP (4357)
Or email to [email protected].

You’ll be in touch with CONNECT Summit County’s Peer Navigation Services

 

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