Mental Health ResourcesWe are here for you and have collected some helpful tools.
WE are here for you
Dixie Tech encourages students in need of help to download the SafeUT mobile app, visit the websites listed below or make a call. There are many useful resources designed to help you with things like anxiety, depression, and anything else you might be going through. We are here for you.
numbers to call
Suicide Prevention (live on utah)
National Crisis hotline
NAMI (National ALliance on Mental Illness)
Safe UT (under 18)
HMHI (University of UTah) Warm Line
Websites to Use
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Local Mental Health Authority
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)Utah
Suicide prevention and crisis lifeline
Start Your Recovery (substance misuse)
Apps to download
Virtual Hope Box
Additional local resources
ABUSE, NEGLECT & SEXUAL ASSULT
Adult Protective Services helps prevent or stop abuse, neglect, and exploitation of vulnerable adults; 1-800-371-7897.
Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Line is a 24-hour hotline to report suspected child abuse; 855-323-3237.
Domestic Violence Information Line provides a 24-hour information and referral on domestic violence issues; 800-897-5465.
COUNSELING & MENTAL HEALTH
Southwest Behavioral Health helps clients and community members recover from mental illness. Washington County; 435-634-5600
Southwest Behavioral Health provides a 24-hour emergency mental health intervention line for callers in crisis; 800-574-6763.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline; 1-800-273-8255