Our knowledge, beliefs, and behaviors about behavioral health can dramatically affect the likelihood that we—and our friends and family—receive needed support. With 1 in 5 U.S. adults experiencing a behavioral health issue, no person should feel alone. We are committed to normalizing the culture around behavioral health and raising up the voices of those with lived experience.
We have partnered with government officials, faith, healthcare, and other community leaders to support the Live On campaign. This statewide effort aims to promote education, provide resources, and reduce stigma around mental illness.
To address substance misuse, we have partnered with the State of Utah to support a three-year statewide media campaign called, “Use Only As Directed.” A new three-year campaign, “Know Your Script,” is now underway.
Additionally, we have supported and developed extensive mental health trainings to reduce stigma, enhance knowledge, and encourage people to seek help. Our training efforts have reached nearly 30,000 community members and Intermountain caregivers. We will continue to expand our training offerings and ensure they are accessible to all community members who wish to participate.