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. […]

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 1

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 – […]

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 […]

Don’t Forget Me: Book Discussion Summary

On May 13, 2021, CONNECT Summit County, in collaboration with the Summit County and Park City Libraries hosted a small group of people gathered virtually to discuss the contents of the book, ‘Don’t Forget Me’ by Steve M. Grant. This is one father’s story of losing two sons to drug overdoses and his desperate attempts to save them from the […]

Screening of “Paper Tigers”

In collaboration with the Speedy Foundation, the Park City School District, and the Park City Library, CONNECT will present a screening of Paper Tigers on Tuesday, March 7th in the Jim Santy Auditorium at the Park City Library.  Fatima Doman will provide perspective following the screening.  Fatima is the author of Authentic Strengths: Positive Psychology Coaching and producer of the global […]

Participants Needed: Utah Teen Emotion Study (UTES)

[fusion_dropcap color=”” boxed=”yes” boxed_radius=”50%” class=”” id=””]T[/fusion_dropcap]he University of Utah Personality, Emotions, Brain, and Behavior Lab (“PEBBL”) is recruiting teenage girls between the ages of 13 and 17, along with their mothers, to participate in a suicide prevention study. Erin Kaufman, a Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Utah, will be available to discuss the study with interested participants on […]

JOIN US! Resilience Week in Park City March 6th-8th, 2017

[fusion_dropcap color=”” boxed=”yes” boxed_radius=”50%” class=”” id=””]I[/fusion_dropcap]n collaboration with the Park City School District, The Speedy Foundation, and many other community partners, CONNECT is proud to present Resilience Week in Park City.  The week will include the screening of three powerful, award winning films to create crucial dialogue within our community. All of the events are free and the entire family […]

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