Brigham Young University offers the Mental Health Clinic, Audiology Clinic, Speech and Language Clinic, LDS Family Services, and parenting groups.
Services include adolescent substance abuse treatment, outpatient treatment for children and youth exposed to domestic violence, after-school programs, and life skills training. Located in Salt Lake City.
Social service organization promoting the well-being and social welfare to all families and individuals without regard to religion.
Free residential program for young men and women, ages 16-24, that empowers youth to take responsibility for their employability through the integration of vocational skills and academic achievement.
Residential care and support services to homeless pregnant or parenting teens and their babies in order to help teen mothers achieve self-sufficiency and develop healthy lifestyles.
The only free intervention crisis counseling service for sexual assault victims in Salt Lake City.
Mental health and substance abuse services for southern Utah include youth outpatient services, parent education and therapy, and adolescent substance abuse services.
Extensive database of programs and services throughout Utah.
Directory of parenting resources.
Offers parenting programs, therapy, and residential care to troubled teens in therapeutic family homes and in group homes.
801-483-5444 24 Hour
Community mental health and substance abuse treatment centers; serving Salt Lake, Summit and Tooele counties.
Comprehensive community mental health center, offering an array of programs and services for children, teens and adults. Includes youth outpatient, day treatment, and short-term shelter.
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Education and support to families and professionals who live and work with individuals with autism. Visit Asperger Syndrome.
Prevention, research, education and advocacy.
Provides child abuse prevention programs and information to children, families and professionals in many Utah communities. Visit Abuse: Physical, Emotional, Sexual.
Protects the rights of people with disabilities in Utah. Visit Special Education.
Nonprofit organization that serves as an advocate for mental health issues and is committed to public education. Visit Teen Depression.
Information and helpful referral on all aspects of mental illness. Visit Bipolar Disorder.
Fluoridation of drinking water is a matter of public safety for Utah citizens. This toxic chemical has been linked with increased lead absorption, learning disabilities, attention disorders, hyperactivity, behavior problems, mottled teeth, decreased fertility, bone loss, thyroid cancer, and decreased I.Q. Visit Family Health.
Low-cost or free health insurance for children, under the age of 19. Visit Family Health.
Access to statewide electronic network and systems for delivery of educational services that improve the quality of student achievement, communications, and efficiency of services. Visit Working with Youth and Their Families.
Statewide organization that includes an administrative center located in Salt Lake City and six satellite centers that work to strengthen partnerships among family, school and community to address the whole child. Visit Parenting Teens.
Provides support and opportunities with and for young people to improve hope and skills and prevent substance abuse and violent behavior through community action, mentoring experiences, and peer support. Visit Adolescence.
Advocacy and support for all foster/adoptive/kinship families in Utah. Read Parenting the Adopted Adolescent.
Parents should inform their local county police prior to contacting the Clearinghouse. Police or other searching agencies should contact the Clearinghouse directly. Visit Runaways and Missing Children.
Works to increase the professional field of knowledge and to establish a continuum of services for juvenile sexual perpetrators. Visit Adolescent Sex Offenders.
Statewide organization that provides training, information, referral, and assistance to parents of children and youth with all disabilities, including physical, mental, hearing, vision, learning, behavioral, and emotional. Visit Behavior Problems and Behavioral Disorders.
Offers help regarding adoption, child abuse prevention, domestic violence, and foster care, including services for runaway, homeless and ungovernable youth and their families.
HOTLINES AND HELPLINES
Child Abuse Hotline
Domestic Violence/Abuse Hotline
National Suicide Hotline
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