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​Southern Utah Suicide Prevention Services

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Mental Health Screening & Services

Recognizing the mental health needs of yourself or those around you can help save a life. There are resources available to understand your needs and find local providers, centers, and support groups who can help you or loved ones find hope.

Scan for Mental Health America Screenings

Scan to find a local provider at Psychology Today

Learn How To Save A Life.

Join LiveOn Utah’s FREE suicide prevention course. It’s easy – Just follow their Instagram, Facebook, or YouTube accounts at @LiveOnUtah. *This course is intended for adults 18 or older*

31 Days of Mental Health

Starting April 30th, we are happy to be offering daily activities through the Goosechase app that promote simple engaging tips and tools to increase wellbeing. Be a part of a community that practices living healthy and happy lives! Completion of the activities awards you points which can qualify you for a chance to win prizes!

How to get started:

1. Download the Goosechase app

2. Search for code ‘R4H31DAYS

3. Register you or your family as a participant in the experience

4. Let the FUN begin!

Upcoming Events

May is Mental Health Awareness Month!

We are excited to spend our time throughout May participating in various activities and events that boost wellbeing and increase mental health! Refer to the following list of events that are happening here in Washington County so you can be involved:


May 1st – Turn our Towns Green

  • Be seen in green! Hang green ribbons & lights at home and in neighborhoods. Watch for the “D” on the hill to glow green.

May 11th – Meet us at the Downtown Farmers Market!

  • Come to Vernon Worthen Park in St. George, 8 am-12 pm, and enjoy the local produce and connect with those in the community! Make sure to find our Reach4Hope table for resources, treats, and some other great goodies! 
  • Located at 300 S 400 E St. George

Know What to Say (QPR Trainings)

  • Want to know what to say to a loved one when they are showing signs of suicide ideation? Talking openly about suicide can help someone at risk to feel safe, seen, and supported. These trainings are open to the community free of charge and no registration is required. To attend you must be 18 years or older. If you are below the age of 18, you must be accompanied by an adult. Trainings are expected to be 1.5 to 2 hours. Food will be offered at the training.

    May 13th 10 am-12 pm @ Utah Tech University – Browning Bldg., Dunford Auditorium

    May 14th 12 pm-1:30 pm @ Select Health Auditorium, 1st Floor (1424 Foremaster Dr)

    May 24th 12 pm-1:30 pm @ Select Health Auditorium, 1st Floor (1424 Foremaster Dr)

May 28th – Come and Connect

7 pm-8 pm; Located @ Encircle: 190 S 100 E St. George

  • Learn from local mental health professionals in an open and relaxed setting! Ask questions, share ideas, and break the stigma!



As suicide rates continue to rise, so does the need to increase awareness and education. Access the resources you need to learn how to recognize when someone is at risk and turn them towards a pathway of hope.

Not IN A crisis? Get help!

Dealing with the everyday stressors that are predictable or spontaneous can be a lot. There are people who care about you, want you to succeed, and support you in overcoming anything to prevent future crisis. In need of a listening ear, call the Utah Warm Line, available 8am-11pm daily:

 833-SPEAKUT (toll free)

801-587-1055 (local)




Stay up to date with the Reach4Hope Coalition through our monthly newsletters. View past newslettters here!

In a crisis? Get Help!

Dealing with suicidal thoughts is a tough battle and it shouldn’t be fought alone. Get the help you, or a loved one, need and feel better faster. To get 24/7 crisis response services text or call 988; or call the Utah Crisis Line at (801) 587-3000

Grief Support

Dealing with the loss of a loved one or even an acquaintance to suicide is a traumatic and painful experience. Don’t let the pain linger any longer than it needs to. Get the help and support you need through our extensive resources.

Get Involved

Here at Reach 4 Hope, we strive to bring awareness to our local communities and beyond through regular events and activities. Check with us for any upcoming events to participate in.

If you are in need of help, download these apps for more resources

SafeUT App

Suicide Safety Plan

Headspace Meditation App

My3 App

Suicide Can Be Prevented


Interested in one of our Suicide Prevention classes? Fill out the form below to get class times and information.

If you are in a crisis, please call 911 or call or text the Lifeline at 988

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