About Intermountain EAP
Employee Assistance Program
Suicide Prevention and Mental Well-being
September is a time to raise awareness concerning suicide prevention. Take a moment to learn about how you can check in on yourself and others. Remember, it is okay to ask for help.
- Check in with yourself: How am I feeling?
- Check in with others: How are you feeling today? Would you like to talk?
- Know risk factors and warning signs
- De-stigmatize shame around mental health.
- Attend a suicide prevention walk.
- Remove lethal means.
Remember, there are resources for you and for those you care about. Do you know where to turn for hope when you need it?
- Access on-demand Mindfulness recordings
- Contact the Employee Assistance Program: (801) 442-3509 and (800) 832-7733; urgent call counselors 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year for in-moment support hours
- Call 9-1-1 if someone is in acute, immediate crisis
- National Suicide Lifeline: 9-8-8 (confidential and anonymous)
Frequently Asked Questions
What are counseling services?
Free, brief, confidential counseling is available to employees, spouses or domestic partners, and dependent children (ages 6 - 26) by a staff of licensed mental health professionals.