Family Support & Treatment Center
801-229-1181
info@utahvalleyfamilysupport.org

The Family Support & Treatment Center is a private, nonprofit agency that was established in 1984 with the primary purpose of preventing and treating child abuse. The center focuses its efforts on children, youth and families building resilience and emotional well-being through positive relationships.
The center offers support services including counseling, a 24-hour Crisis Respite Nursery and professional training on topics such as personal safety, sexual abuse prevention, and trauma resilience strategies. It supports individuals and families in Utah, Wasatch, Millard & Juab counties.
Our mission is to build a community of healthy, happy individuals and families through education and the prevention and treatment of child abuse, trauma and other personal and family concerns.
utahvalleyfamilysupport.org

PG Cares
Tamara Oborn
801-856-2884
toborn@pgcity.org

PG Cares is a Community That Care prevention coalition in Pleasant Grove, UT.  We focus on the prevention of addiction, abuse, and suicide through education and increased access to resources in our community. 
Instagram: @PGcares  
Facebook: PG Cares Coalition

Centro Hispano
801-655-0258
info@centrohispanouc.org

Centro Hispano is a non-profit organization in Provo, Utah committed to helping Latinx and Utah families from all over Utah County. All services are bilingual and are free to low-cost. 
Centro Hispano is divided into three departments: community resources, low-income taxpayer clinic, and health promotion. 
Community Resources - Information and referrals, translation of documents, assistance with paperwork, citizenship preparation classes, and much more.
Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic - Explain complex tax issues, offer tax trend information, financial literacy classes, and much more.
Health Promotion - Parent programing, healthy relationships classes, youth health and personal responsible education, tobacco cessation resources, community events and coalitions. 
www.centrohispanouc.org 

Encircle
385 300-8365
info@encircletogether.org

Encircle's mission is to bring the family and community together to enable LGBTQ+ individuals to thrive. We build homes that create a safe space for our youth to express themselves and connect. We provide daily friendship circles, evening art programs, publish educational materials for families and the community, and offer affordable and affirming therapy not only for LGBTQ+ individuals, but also for the family members that surround them.
https://encircletogether.org

The Younique Foundation
801-341-2308
info@youniquefoundation.org

At The Younique Foundation, we inspire hope in women who were sexually abused as children or adolescents by providing healing services through educational free retreats, support groups, and online resources.
www.youniquefoundation.org

Defend Innocence
801-341-2308
info@youniquefoundation.org

At Defend Innocence, we educate and empower parents and caregivers to protect children from sexual abuse through community and online resources.
We believe you can learn to be proactive parents and raise capable kids that live healthy, safe lives. We're here to help. Get free resources and education at defendinnocence.org
All of our resources are available on Spanish as well!
www.defendinnocence.org 

Impact Suite
info@impactsuite.com

Impact Suite offers breakthrough behavior change apps designed to help individuals improve their life and find deeper healing and lasting recovery.
We currently provide applications to help those struggling with depression & anxiety, substance abuse, and sexual compulsivity.  Providing our evidence-based digital wellness apps via our employer experience gives employees the tools they need to manage their mental health while boosting productivity, and increasing an organization's bottom line.
www.impactsuite.com

Utah Valley University Student Health Services
801-863-8876

Student Health Services has a staff united in the goal of serving students in a caring and competent manner. We have low cost and available services for UVU students in the areas of medical and psychiatric care, mental health services, learning disability assessment services, and crisis services. We offer life and health enhancing services that increase safety, productivity, and life experience of the individual and the campus.
https://www.uvu.edu/studenthealth/

Easterseals-Goodwill NRM Inc.
801-852-4525
peip@esgw.org

We provide support and coaching to parents with a child birth to three with a developmental delay in the Provo School District area. We conduct free evaluations to determine a child's eligibility.
https://www.esgw.org/provo-early-intervention/ 

Brigham Young University Counseling and Psychological Services
801-422-3035

BYU Counseling and Psychological Services is the primary mental health clinic for enrolled BYU students. Our services include individual counseling, group counseling, and couples counseling. We also have a stress management/biofeedback center aimed at helping students gain control over stress and anxiety levels. Services are of no charge for students, and students can find more information at caps.byu.edu.
caps.byu.edu

S.A. Lifeline Foundation
801-735-4456
becky@salifeline.org

S.A.Lifeline Foundation works to provide educational resources that carry the message of hope for recovery from both sexual addiction and betrayal trauma. 
Our partner website, sal12step.org, offers a variety of tools, including weekly 12-Step meetings, a daily Step work curriculum, and information on sponsorship, to help individuals live in long-term recovery.
sal12step.org ; salifeline.org 

Hope4Utah
801-342-3445
cathyb4hope@gmail.com

Hope4Utah is a community-based non-profit (501c3) organization that focuses on suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention. Hope4Utah offers the following for schools and communities: QPR trainer training; QPR gatekeeper training; suicide prevention training for community groups and faith-based organizations; suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention training and support for school personnel; and mental health webinars, newsletters, and family mental health lessons. Hope4Utah’s school-based program, Hope Squad, is a peer-to-peer program that empowers students to take action to prevent suicide and encourages mental wellness, inclusion, anti-bullying, and connectedness within www.schools.hopesquad.com  

NAMI UTAH
801-323-9900
christene@namiut.org

NAMI Utah provides free support, education, and information about mental health conditions for both peers and family members.
www.namiut.org

Welcome Baby Utah County
801-691-5440
welcomebaby@unitedwayuc.org

Welcome Baby of Utah County, in partnership with the Welcome Baby at the Utah County Health Department, provides free services to new parents in Utah County. We offer free home visits, parenting classes, and playgroups. We can help to connect families to resources in their area, answer any questions they might have, and provide support.
https://welcomebabyuc.org/

The BYU Comprehensive Clinic
801-422-7759

The BYU Comprehensive Clinic is a training clinic where students from the social work, marriage and family therapy, and psychology graduate programs at BYU are supervised by licensed faculty as they do therapy with individuals, couples and families from the Utah County area. We are located on 900 East across the street from the BYU creamery. 
The cost is only $15/session. We also offer psychological assessments at a variable cost. Call us at 801-422-7759 to set up an intake.
Comprehensiveclinic.byu.edu 

Grandfamilies of Utah County
801-373-4765
grandfamiliesuc@wasatch.org

Grandfamilies of Utah County is a support and education group for individuals and families raising a relative's child or children because the biological parents are unable or unwilling to do so. The group is 10 weeks in length and each session is 1.5 hours long. Children 4-18 can attend along with their caregivers. The program is offered at no cost to families. 
https://www.wasatch.org/grandfamilies-of-utah-county/

Baby Your Baby
801-851-7033
breannas@utahcounty.gov

Baby Your Baby is a temporary pre-Medicaid insurance for pregnant women. It will cover them temporarily until they get on Medicaid. Baby Your Baby covers every doctor appointment having to do with the pregnancy including emergency room visits and prenatal vitamins. When clients come in for an appointment, they receive care from a patient advocate who will help them get on Medicaid and education from a nurse on how to stay healthy during their pregnancy. They also receive a gift from the community that usually includes a blanket and diapers.
https://health.utahcounty.gov/pregnant-moms-babies/ 

Ability 1st Utah
801-373-5044
staff@ability1stutah.org

Ability 1st Utah is a nonprofit organization that helps individuals with disabilities of any age and of any type of disability to become independent and to remain safe in their chosen community environment. We provide independent living skills training classes and activities designed to help increase their independence and self-sufficiency.  We loan equipment to our consumers through our Loan Bank and Assistive Technology programs.  Our independent living coordinators can also assist individuals with disabilities in the process of applying for resources in the community such as Medicaid and Medicare, Housing Food Stamps and other services that will support them and help them break the barriers that they may be facing in their lives. We also help individuals with disabilities with employment goals and offer the Ticket to Work Program for social Security beneficiaries who wants to seek financial independence. We do not charge our consumers for our services since all of our services are free. Ability 1st Utah wants to empower individuals with disabilities and give them the tools to help them enjoy independent living lifestyles.
www.ability1stutah.org 

Utah Valley Drug Prevention Coalition
801-851-7181
michellea@utahcounty.gov

The Utah Valley Drug Prevention Coalition's mission is to prevent and reduce alcohol, marijuana, tobacco, and prescription drug misuse among youth living in Utah County. We do this by promoting prevention science at every level from individual to community. We do everything from sharing information on our website to working on policies to support a substance use free Utah County. utahvalleydpc.org 

Kids On The Move
801-221-9930
kids@kotm.org

At Kids On The Move (KOTM) our mission is to support the development of young children and adolescents through our six main programs: Early Intervention, Early Head Start, our Autism Center, Respite Care, Childcare and Mental Health. Our organization provides critically needed services to improve the quality of life for children as they learn to thrive with developmental and physical disabilities. Our goal is to integrate or reintegrate these children into the social fabric of their communities. Overall, we strive to empower families to effectively address their children’s developmental challenges in order to live happy, healthy and fulfilling lives.  
Our Mental Health program in particular serves children and families of all ages. We offer an array of mental health services to support parents, children, families and individuals. Our clinicians focus on fostering resilience, strengthening coping skills, and deepening relationships to help individuals and families reach their full potential.
https://kotm.org/

Melisa Nellesen Center for Autism
801-863-7620
autismcenter@uvu.edu

The Melisa Nellesen Center for Autism provides support for Autism in our community in three main capacities.  (1) We provide educational degrees, minors and certifications in Autism Studies and Applied Behavior Analysis for upcoming professionals and UVU students. (2) We provide transition and educational supports to individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis, who are attending UVU. (3) We work directly with community partners across Utah County and beyond, to extend and increase awareness, tools, and critical supports for individuals, families, professionals and all. https://www.uvu.edu/autism/ 

Help Me Grow Utah
801-691-5322
helpmegrow@unitedwayuc.org

Help Me Grow is a parenting information and referral line for the state of Utah. We help to answer parenting questions, provide child development screenings, connect individuals and families to local community resources, and screen for the emotional wellness of expectant and new mothers.  http://helpmegrowutah.org 

Utah Parent Center
801-272-1051
info@utahparentcenter.org

The Utah Parent Center, a 501c3 non-profit, is an award-winning training and information center founded in 1983 by parents of children and youth with all disabilities to help other parents facing similar challenges throughout Utah. The caring and competent staff of the UPC utilizes a proven, effective parent-to-parent model to help many thousands of parents annually.  We also represent families in many systems level activities. The UPC staff have built collaborative networks with education, health and human service professionals, agencies and organizations. The Center promotes change within community through various projects and activities.

The UPC is founded on the philosophy that parents are full partners in the decision-making processes that direct their child’s care and programs and, as such, can provide significant support to other parents in similar circumstances. Services of the Utah Parent Center are typically free.  One-on-one consultations, workshops and presentations for parents are free.
https://utahparentcenter.org/

PG Cares
801-856-2884
toborn@pgcity.org

The PG Cares is a Communites That Care prevention coalition in Pleasant Grove Utah. Our mission is to create a safe and connected community that fosters the well-being of individuals, families, and neighbors through education, outreach, and evidence-based initiatives. We focus on the risk factors of addiction, abuse, and suicide by collecting local data and implementing our outcome-focused plans specific to our community needs.
Instagram: @PGCares  
Facebook: PG Cares Coalition

ScenicView Academy
801-226-2550
info@svacademy.org 

ScenicView Academy is a Nonprofit School for Young Adults with Autism & Learning Disabilities.
Our program is centered on empowering students with skills to live an independent, productive, fulfilling life. We do this through our Live, Work, & Thrive programs.
https://www.svacademy.org/ 

Utah County Children's Justice Center
801-851-8554
cjc@utahcounty.gov

The Children's Justice Center is a homelike facility which serves children and families who are experiencing the crisis and chaos that comes with the disclosure of significant physical or sexual abuse of a child. The Center is designed to help children feel safe and comfortable so that they may begin to deal with the difficult and often frightening issues that surround abuse.  The focus and function of the Children's Justice Center is to reduce the trauma of the child abuse investigation and help the child feel safe to reveal the truth.
http://www.utahcounty.gov/Dept/CJC/New/index.asp

MAG Aging & Family Services
801-229-3804
aging@mountainland.org

MAG Aging and Family Services provides seniors and their families the services, education, and resources needed to navigate the nuances of advancing age. As the local Area Agency on Aging, we provide these services to our seniors’ neighbors and their families in Utah, Wasatch & Summit counties. mountainland.org/aging 

Provo Canyon Behavioral Hospital
801-852-2273
www.pcbh.com 

Alpine School District-Student Services 
801-610-8400
smay@alpinedistrict.org

Alpine School District's Student Services is the branch that helps direct parents and students with many needs; such as Health and Wellness, enrollment, home schooling, attendance, etc. 
Student Services also houses the School Social Workers and the Directors of Counseling, Nursing and School Psychologists. This Social and Emotional Well-being team works closely together to provide services to take care of students social and emotional needs. 
https://alpineschools.org/studentservices/ 

Mountainlands Family Health Center
801-855-0124
kerry@m-chc.org

Mountainlands Family Health Center is a community health center dedicated to serving the uninsured and underinsured. Comprised of five clinicians, the mental health side serves a wide range of individuals and offers services in both English and Spanish. Services include individual therapy, family therapy, and couple therapy. We see patients of all ages.
https://www.mountainlands.org/ 

Wasatch Behavioral Health
801-373-4760

Wasatch Behavioral Health is a comprehensive mental health and substance use disorder treatment center.  We serve the citizens of Wasatch and Utah Counties.  See our Website Wasatch.org.
www.wasatch.org 

Provo School District
801-374-4800
miriamc@provo.edu

Provo School District School Social Workers exist to provide services to students, families and schools with the primary focus of removing barriers to academic success. School Social Workers are a vital part of the total educational process. They work in collaboration with school psychologists, school counselors, school nurses, teachers, administrators, parents and various community agencies. Information obtained through these resources is then integrated to provide social, emotional, behavioral, and adaptive functioning support to the student, his or her family, and the school.
https://provo.edu

United Way EveryDay Strong
EveryDay Strong provides the community with tools to support kids and teens who are experiencing anxiety and depression. Parents, teachers, and other caring adults can download a free resilience handbook or sign up for a virtual training at www.everydaystrong.org.

Alcoholics Anonymous 
https://www.aa.org/ 

Allies with Families
https://allieswithfamilies.org/ 

Center for Women and Children in Crisis
https://volunteer.unitedwayuc.org/agency/detail/?agency_id=52706 

Kids Who Count
https://kidswhocount.org/ 

Mountain View Hospital
https://mvhpayson.com/ 

Narcotics Anonymous
https://www.na.org/ 

Nebo School District
https://www.nebo.edu/ 

Provo City Justice Court Mental Health Court
https://www.provo.org/departments/justice-court 

Provo Police Department - Victim's Advocate 
https://www.facebook.com/provopolicevictimservices/ 

Provo Veterans Center
https://www.va.gov/directory/guide/facility.asp?ID=581 

SafeUT 
https://safeut.med.utah.edu/ 

United Way of Utah County 211
https://211utah.org/ 

Utah County Dept. of Drug and Alcohol Treatment
https://211utah.org/index.php/component/cpx/?task=resource.view&id=2745566 

Utah Valley Clinic Psychiatry and Counseling
https://intermountainhealthcare.org/locations/location-details/utah-valley-hospital/utah-valley-clinic/utah-valley-clinic-psychiatry-and-counseling/