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Bookmark These Mental Health Resources

Terina Ria
Terina Ria
Posted on September 18
Bookmark these mental health resources. (Delmaine Donson/Getty Images)

Bookmark these mental health resources. (Delmaine Donson/Getty Images)

Utah has one of the highest rates of depression in the country, and residents report more poor mental health days than the national average. When you’re already struggling, it can be overwhelming to navigate how to seek help. Bookmark this article for a non-comprehensive list of important resources for mental health.

Call or text: 988

Hours: 24/7

Connect with certified crisis counselors who provide support in suicide prevention and de-escalation. They also have a veterans and Spanish line.

Call: 801-587-3000

Hours: 24/7

Essentially, this is the local version of 988.

When calling for yourself: 988

When calling for someone you know: 801-587-3000

Hours: 24/7

Provides in-person support primarily for people within Salt Lake County.

Call: 1-866-488-7386

Text: START to 678-678

Hours: 24/7

Trained counselors provide confidential support to LGBTQ+ young people.

Call: 1-833-372-3388

Hours: 24/7

A service that provides crisis intervention through a live confidential chat. They’ll also send links to find support nearby. Call or download the app to chat.

Call: 801-832-2910

Hours: Monday & Thursday 12:30-7 p.m., Tuesday & Wednesday 12:30-5 p.m.

Provides free mental health counseling.

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