Town & County
Where to Find Healthcare, Food Services, Mental Health Resources in Summit County
SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah. — During a holiday season that may bring exceptional stress and uncertainty this year, access to food pantries, mental health services, Covid-19 testing clinics and health centers is more important than ever.
To help, TownLift has compiled this comprehensive map to help residents research these vital resources.
In addition to the mental health resources listed below, CONNECT Summit County is worth highlighting for its mission to de-stigmatize mental illness and provide greater access to mental health professionals for anyone seeking care. CONNECT offers free access to its mental health resource directory and information about insurance and patient financial issues.
Please note this map will be regularly updated with new information. When mass vaccination clinic locations for the Covid-19 vaccine are released, look for that here.
Anyone experiencing a life-threatening emergency should call 911. For those who need to talk to someone immediately, contact:
– Summit County Crisis Line: 833-995-1295
– National Crisis Hotline: 800-273-TALK (8255)
– UNI Crisis Line: 801-587-3000