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Mental Health Resources

Most of us will have to deal with some form of mental illness in our lifetime. It is not embarrassing to go to the doctor for something wrong with our heart, for example, so why are we hesitant to go for something that is affecting our emotions and the way we think (brain).
With mental wellness, we can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively, and are able to make a contribution to our community and personal relationships.
  • Grantsville Child & Family Counseling Services, 225 East Main Street, Ste M, Grantsville, UT: 435-840-4209
  • Bear's Ears Child and Family Therapy, 22 West Vine Street, Tooele, UT: 435-830-7763
  • Hales Counseling Center, 36 North Main Street #12, Tooele, UT: 435-243-5760
  • Healing Heart Center for Meaningful Change, 300 South Main Street, Ste 300, Tooele, UT: 435-849-0598
  • Messick Family counseling, 66 West Vine Street #1, Tooele, UT: 435-503-5350
  • Pebble Creek Counseling Center, 494 East 2400 North, Ste B, Tooele, UT: 435-249-0321, cell: 435-224-2399
  • Silverado Counseling Services, PO Box 521207, Salt Lake City, UT: 801-983-5540
  • Sunset Counseling Services, Evan Kenison, 2356 North 400 East, Ste 202, Tooele, UT: 435-850-2547
  • Aspen Ridge Counseling, 2880 West 4700 South, G#1, West Valley City, UT: 801-990-4300
  • Valley Behavioral Health, 100 South 1000 West, Tooele, UT: 435-843-3520, Emergency or after hours crisis intervention: 435-882-5600
  • 24 hour Crisis hotline: 801-587-3000
  • Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) Phone: (435)833-7350.
  • Tooele County Health Department: 151 North Main Street Tooele, UT.  Phone (438)843-2300.


Dear Parent/Guardians and Students:
We would like to explain more about the SafeUT Crisis & Tipline Services for all students in the state of Utah. SafeUT is a tool designed to provide confidential two-way communication with SafeUT crisis counselors or school staff through the SafeUT Mobile App, text number (coming soon) or Web.
SafeUT Services are provided through the University of Utah's Crisis Center at the University Neuropsychiatric Institute (UNI) and all interactions are handled by licensed clinicians as part of their comprehensive crisis response services. Students who call or start a crisis chat or text through the mobile app or web will connect directly to a UNI crisis counselor at the UNI CrisisLine.
The UNI CrisisLine provides 24/7 crisis intervention and emotional support to anyone in any type of crisis. Students can also use the SafeUT phone app or website to send non-crisis tips to school officials regarding topics such as bullying, cyberbullying, gang activity, drug & alcohol activity, and more. All tips are completley anonymous.
SafeUT helps to provide students with a safe and secure school environment and provides our school administration with the communication and management tools needed to help and manage on-campus situations. 
Students will receive training on how to use the SafeUT Crisis & Tipline Services by their school administrators. The SafeUT Mobile App is available in the Apple and Google Play stores. Search "P3 Tips" and select "SafeUT".
Key Features of SafeUT
The SafeUT program and app help youth stay healthy and safe in schools by providing high-quality, confidential counseling services. The app’s key features include:
  • Confidential and password protected services
  • Real-time, two-way communication with SafeUT crisis counselors available 24/7
  • Tips can be submitted with picture and/or video
  • Mobile app works with Apple & Android devices
SafeUT’s Crisis Services Safe UT answers crisis calls, texts, and chats – about yourself or someone else – 24/7.
These free services are confidential. Our counseling topics include:
  • Depression, anxiety, or other mental health issue 
  • Suicide prevention
  • Loss and grief
  • Bullying and cyberbullying
  • Drug and alcohol problems
  • Self-harm
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Any life challenge