LOCAL CRISIS & THERAPY OPTIONS
Box Elder, Cache and Weber Locations
BEAR RIVER MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, INC
Brigham City, Tremonton, and Logan
Mental health is essential to our individual health and well-being. Mental illnesses ARE common and ARE treatable. Bear River Mental Health is here to assist with recovery. Are you or a loved one struggling? Provides crisis phone services for residents in Box Elder County.
YOUTH SERVICES CENTERS
Box Elder and Cache Counties
A voluntary program based on needs of youth, family and community. Youth Services Centers and Counselors provide voluntary crisis counseling and supports to runaway, homeless and ungovernable youths and their families. Youth Services also accepts self, parent and public referrals as well as referrals from receiving centers.
BOX ELDER FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
Brigham City and Garland
Our mission is "Strengthening Families Now and for the Future.” Our purpose is to prevent the occurrence and/or re-occurrence of child abuse and family conflict. We have been in existence since February 1995 and have provided Crisis/Respite Nursery and Parent Advocate Programs since our opening. We added the Family Therapy Program in 1997. Our center is a member of the Utah Association of Family Support Centers.
NORTH POINT MFT
Paul Newman was born in Logan and raised in Bothwell. "My life has taken several detours, and today I feel I have a lifetime of experiences that I can draw from to help my clients. I have an undergraduate degree in Psychology and a Master’s in Marriage and Family therapy.
Throughout my career as a therapist, I have worked in community clinics, private practice, residential (substance abuse and behavioral), and non-profits. I love working with foster families and post adopt families. My wife and I have five children that we were blessed to fostered and then adopted. I have experience that I can use to help my fostering clients in their journey."
SAFETY PLAN TEMPLATE
A suicide safety plan is a written set of instructions that you create for yourself as a contingency plan should you begin to experience thoughts about harming yourself. It will contain a series of gradually escalating steps that you will follow, proceeding from one step to the next, until you are safe.