Treatment for adults who need structure and support to overcome mental, behavioral or substance abuse issues.Read More
This program aims to maintain the work and home life of adults, while providing them with the appropriate level of care they need.Read More
Treatment unit for adolescents ages 12 through 17 exhibiting severe psychiatric symptoms and behavioral issues.Read More
Mental health professionals are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to take your call and explore the most appropriate treatment options for you or your loved ones at no cost.Read More
Salt Lake Behavioral Health’s Courage to Change Addiction Medicine Program can help you stabilize from addiction, learn strategies for recovery, and connect you to a long-term recovery community.Learn More
The Strong Hope™ Military Program at Salt Lake Behavioral Health is a specialized mental health and substance abuse treatment program for service members, veterans and military families.Learn More
We can help you understand the disease model of addiction and set up recovery strategies to meet your situation and needs.
The symptoms of anxiety may actually help to motivate us to focus and achieve. However, when anxiety becomes unmanageable to the point that it is interfering with daily functioning it may be time to get help.
When feelings of depression begin to cause a loss of functioning or enjoyment in life, it may be time to seek treatment.
Characterized by periods of manic highs and depressive lows. Bipolar disorder affects thoughts, emotions and behaviors in harmful ways.
To someone having suicidal thoughts, suicide is often seen as the solution to the suffering they are experiencing. Recovery and treatment for suicidal thoughts is possible.
We define trauma as any experience that has threatened your feelings around safety, trust, control, self-esteem and intimacy. We can assist you in healing from your trauma no matter what your diagnosis.
September is #SuicidePrevention Month. You never know who is having thoughts of suicide. Share hope! These hopeful facts might spread some cheer.
Kim dealt with behavioral health issues most of her life. Find out how she learned to live without fear.