Intermountain Healthcare, in partnership with the University of Utah School of Medicine, provides extraordinary behavioral health for children, adolescents and their families in a safe and supportive environment. We provide high quality, evidenced-based treatments for teens who are struggling with depression, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, behavioral disruptions, trauma, substance use disorders, and multiple other mental health diagnoses.
What Sets Us Apart
Our evidence-based interventions include dialectical behavioral therapy, collaborative problem solving, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy and other cognitive based therapies. We employ a team approach to our treatment. Our multidisciplinary team includes psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, licensed mental health therapists, substance abuse counselors, recreational therapists, occupational therapist, speech and language therapist, psychiatric technicians, and other behavioral specialties.
Always call 911 first if you are in an emergency situation.
For more information about our programs and services, please call 801-313-7711 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
What to expect when you call:
An intake specialist will speak to a legal guardian over the phone for 15 minutes to gather a little more information about the current concern. This will help to ensure the intake specialist creates the best plan for you. Callers will want to have their insurance card available during this call.
Clinics and Programs
We provide a variety of behavioral health services in appropriate settings for the severity of the case. Our team will help determine which program is best for each patient.
Outpatient behavioral health care for children and teens with a wide range of developmental and mental health conditions that do not require more intensive treatment.
Behavioral health services for children and teens in day and intensive outpatient treatment programs.
Family-oriented psychiatric assessment and treatment for children and adolescents who are not able to be cared for outside of the hospital.