Maintaining your mental health is just as important as your physical health. Utah 211 works with several programs that can get you the support you need.
These programs provide preventative, diagnostic, and treatment services in both community and hospital-based settings. You can also find information for mental health education, crisis support, and counseling.
Learn more about what supports best fit your needs.
Programs that provide immediate assistance for people experiencing a mental health crisis with the objective of defusing the situation, often working closely with mobile crisis teams, and helping develop a plan for ongoing assistance.
Mental Health Counseling
Programs that work with individuals and groups to promote optimum mental and emotional health through exploring problems in one's life and developing the skills to cope.
Mental Health Education
Programs that improve the public's understanding of mental health and mental illness, help people prioritize personal mental health, become aware of early detection and treatment options, and learn how to deal with mental health problems when they arise.
Mental Health Outpatient Treatment
Programs that provide walk-in, walk-out diagnostic and treatment services for people who do not need 24-hour care; and/or provide counseling services for individuals, couples, families and extended family groups.
Residential Treatment/Care Facilities
Long or short-term inpatient/live-in facilities, counseling agencies, and therapists offering diagnostic and treatment services for individuals who have been diagnosed with a mental disorder, are experiencing difficult life transitions, or are having problems coping.
Assessment and Treatment
Programs that provide diagnostic and treatment services for individuals whose psychiatric or emotional difficulties do not require 24-hour care but who can benefit from regular consultation and therapy with a mental health professional.
Mental Health Support Groups
Support groups whose members are people who have specific social, emotional, or other mental health struggles and share information, practical tips for daily living, and encouragement about issues related to these struggles. Groups meet in-person, online, or via the phone.