Mental Health 

Signs and Symptoms of Mental Illness

  • Unexplained changes in mood, personality, and energy.
  • Inability to concentrate or cope.
  • Social isolation
  • Extreme Changes in eating and sleeping
  • Lack of emotions or emotional outbursts
  • Bizarre behavior or speech
  • Feelings of worthlessness and suicidal thoughts
  • Extreme anxiety
  • Irrational fears
  • Drug or alcohol abuse

See your doctor if symptoms are intense for 2 weeks or longer.

Information on Common Mental Health Illnesses

Anxiety

Depression

Resources For Mental Health

Our mission is to ensure dignity and improve the lives of those who suffer with mental illness and their families through education, support, and advocacy.

OUR PROGRAMS INCLUDE:

  • SUPPORT GROUPS
  • BRIDGES PROGRAM
  • FAMILY TO FAMILY
  • MENTORING
  • HOPE FOR TOMORROW
  • ADVOCACY
  • PROVIDER TRAINING
  • CLERGY TRAINING

Mental illnesses are biological brain disorders. They are treatable. There is Hope!

Classes held at Dixie Regional Medical Center. Click below to view scheduling.

The primary goals of Man Therapy are to:

  • Create social change among men and the general population about mental and overall wellness.
  • Empower men to take action/ownership of their mental health and over all wellness by increasing help-seeking behavior.
  • Reduce suicidal thoughts and deaths among men (long term).

Working Minds

Working Minds was developed to address a gap in suicide prevention programming for those of working age. The toolkit was built on best practices and the insights of mental health service providers, human resource professionals, and top suicide prevention experts from across the country. It is expected to be available in Colorado in September, 2017 and other areas as trainers become trained.

Suicide Can Be Prevented

Reach4Hope

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 the 24-hour help line at 1-800-271-talk (8255). 

Thank You to Our Community Partners