Find a Mental Health Hotline Service in Utah

First and foremost, a mental health hotline provides support and intervention services for people who are at risk of harming themselves or others. However, if the risk of harm is so great that you believe serious injury is imminent, stop reading and call 911 for immediate assistance. In other cases, it’s the decision to commit suicide or self-harm that is imminent. Instead of emergency response services, these individuals may seek out a suicide hotline.

Any Utah resident can find somebody to talk to by using the National Suicide Prevention Network—Lifeline: 800-273-TALK(8255). There’s also an easy way to find local hotlines by calling 211 and using the United Way’s hotline. You can also find 24-hour hotline services by county with the following numbers:

 

Suicide and Crisis Hotlines (All Utah Counties)

Salt Lake County: 801-587-3000 (or 801-261-1442/Valley Mental Health)

Utah County: 801-691-5433 (or 801-373-7393/Wasatch Mental Health)

Summit County: 800-537-8739

Morgan & Weber Counties: 801-625-3700

Davis County: 801-773-7060

Wasatch County: 801-318-4016

Carbon County: 435-637-2358

Box Elder County: 435-257-0121

Cache County: 435-757-3240

Rich County: 800-273-TALK(8255)

Daggett and Uintah Counties: 435-789-6300 or 435-828-8241

Tooele, Piute, Wayne, Duchesne, Kane, and Washington Counties: 435-634-5600

Juab, Miller, Sevier, and Sanpete Counties: 877-386-0194

Emery County: 435-381-2432

Grand County: 435-259-6131 or (after hours) 435-259-8115

Beaver County: 435-438-5537

Iron County: 435-867-7654

Garfield County: 435-676-8176

San Juan County: 435-678-2992

 

Mental Health Hotline (Salt Lake County)

The University Neuropsychiatric Institute offers 24-hour hotline services through the UNI CrisisLine: 801-587-3000. As the Utah affiliate for the National Suicide Prevention Network, this mental health hotline serves many callers from around the state. Provided services include:

  • Crisis intervention
  • Emotional support
  • Problem solving
  • Referral to available resources
  • Risk Assessment

For individuals who need more help than can be delivered over the phone, there is also the UNI Receiving Center at 501 Chipeta Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108. This center does not provide inpatient treatment, but it does offer crisis and intervention services for up to 23 hours. These short-term services include observation and assessment, peer support specialists, clinical staff, and a whole host of other crisis management resources. For a hotline that is connected to more sustained treatment services, residents in Salt Lake, Tooele, or Summit Counties can contact Valley Mental Health (801-261-1442).

 

Mental Health Hotline (Utah County)

In addition to crisis management and suicide prevention, the Utah County CrisisLine is a 24-hour, catch-all hotline for residents struggling with mental health issues. This service offers:

  • Confidential help and emotional support.
  • Intervention services and help diffusing crisis situations.
  • Information about community-based resources for long-term solutions.

This mental health hotline is not connected with a specific crisis and medical center. However, it does serve as a general mental health referral service for struggling individuals and their loved ones. Volunteers are compassionate and highly trained, but they do not offer professional therapy. For a hotline that is connected to therapy services, Utah County residents can contact Wasatch Mental Health (801-373-7393).

 

More Hotlines for Utah Residents

Child Abuse, Neglect, and Family Services: 855-323-DCFS (3237)

Rape and Sexual Assault: 801-421-1100

Domestic Violence: 800-897-LINK (5465)

Adult Protective Services: 800-371-7897

National Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: 800-662-HELP (4357)

National LGBTQ Youth Hotline (Trevor Project): 866-488-7386