Fillmore Community Hospital believes that the responsibility of providing healthcare to our community goes beyond just physical health – it includes caring for mental health as well. And we are pleased to be able to offer a variety of mental health services available to patients who are under-insured (without mental health coverage), have deductibles over $5,000, or are uninsured.
Mental health illnesses appear through many symptoms, including:
- Feeling down, depressed or hopeless
- An inability to concentrate
- Constantly feeling tired
- Dependency on substances
- Thoughts of hurting yourself or others
- Many more...
Our team of clinical social workers, mental health counselors, support staff, and physicians help to provide the following mental health services to those who qualify.
Adult Mental Health Services
Qualifying adults can receive regular visits with a social worker or counselor, medication management with a physician, and prescription assistance at local pharmacies. These services are offered for a small fee.
Child/Adolescent Mental Health Services
Once qualified, children and adolescents from the ages of two to 18 years can receive regular visits with a social worker or counselor, medication management with a physician, and prescription assistance at a local pharmacy. These services are offered for a small fee.
Online Health Topics Library
Intermountain Healthcare provides an online library of patient education including various mental health conditions through our Health Topics Library located at intermountainhealthcare.org/health-resources.
There, you can access educational brochures and fact sheets that provide current information and treatment options about various mental health conditions for patients and their families. These educational pieces cover many topics ranging from addiction and anxiety to depression and suicide prevention – available in both English and Spanish.
Millard Behavioral Health Resource Guide
This guide is a compilation of the area’s mental health emergency numbers, addiction recovery support groups, counseling services, employment and job training, family support services, as well as food bank information, transportation assistance, legal aid, and more. A copy is available at the reception area of the hospital or by calling (435) 864-1512.
Mental Health Services Contacts
Mental Health Emergency Numbers