TALK TO SOMEONE
CONNECT'S PEER NAVIGATION TEAM
Can help direct you to the resources that can help.
Whatever your question or issue, we will help you find a place to start.
Our English Speaking Peer Navigator
Jackie is a Nurse and has vast experience dealing with Mental Health.
Our Spanish Speaking Peer Navigator
Lindsay has a background in Psychology and Latinx Culture.
IS THERE A COST FOR THIS SERVICE?
Peer Navigation Services provided by CONNECT Summit County ARE free regardless of whether or not you have insurance.
OUR PEER NAVIGATOR CAN SUPPORT YOU
Our Peer Navigation Services helps all individuals and their family members in Summit County find the support, information, services, treatment facilities, providers and/or other resources that best meet their current behavioral health needs, which is particularly challenging while social distancing. Our Certified Peer Support Specialists have the lived experience of having a behavioral health condition and/or a family member who has the lived experience of supporting an individual with a behavioral health condition.
HOW DOES SOMEONE ACCESS THIS SERVICE?
Summit County individuals and their family members may access CONNECT Summit County’s Peer Navigation Services by calling or texting (435) 776-HELP (4357) or by emailing [email protected] We will respond to you within two business days. Note: We are NOT a crisis line or counseling service.
I DON'T WANT TO MEET FACE-TO-FACE
ARE TELEHEALTH SERVICES AVAILABLE IN SUMMIT COUNTY RIGHT NOW?
Phone counseling, online and telehealth platforms are being used by most psychiatrists, psychologists and counselors in Summit County. Almost none are doing face-to-face appointments except in extreme situations with current patients. Visit the CONNECT Summit County Directory or email us at [email protected] to find a provider that meets your needs; or call and/or text CONNECT at (435) 776-HELP(4357).
WHAT KIND OF QUESTIONS CAN A PEER NAVIGATOR HELP ME ANSWER?
What are my options for therapy/counseling in Summit County?