Mental Health

Jordan District Mental Health and Wellness resources .  This website has excellent mental health resources.

Signs of Mood Disorders and Mental Illness

Unexplained changes in mood, personality & energy

Inability to concentrate or cope

Social Isolation

Extreme changes in eating & sleeping

Lack of emotion or emotional outbursts

Bizarre behavior or speech

Feelings of worthlessness & suicidal thoughts

Extreme anxiety

Irrational Fears

Drug and Alcohol Abuse

See a doctor if any of these symptoms are INTENSE for 2 weeks or longer for you, a friend, or family member.

If you, your friend or your family member NEEDS immediate help call:

1-800-273-TALK (National Hotline)  1-877-230-6264 (Nami Utah) 1-877-YOUTHLINE (National Youth Line)

1-800-273-8255 (Safe Utah Crisis Line)

Youth Services

SLC Office: 177 W. Price Avenue (3610 S.)  385-468-4500

Riverton Office: 1262 W. 12700 S.  385-468-4610

National Youth Line: 1-877-YOUTHLINE

National Alliance on Mental Illness: (Nami):

1600 W. 2200 S. Suite # 202, West Valley City, UT. 84119


1-877-230-6264 (Toll Free)

The Family Support Center

The Family Support Center offers a network of services to address multifaceted issues facing families today.

Phone: 801-955-9110



Divorce Care is a web based support group for those who are dealing with the pains of divorce:

Divorce Transitions:


The Bradley Center: Is a center that has been established to help children grieve in a supportive environment. Address: 11100 S. Redwood Road, South Jordan, UT. (Located inside the American heritage School)

Phone: 801-302-0220


Caring Connections: Is a local organization that has many resources and sponsors grief groups around the valley.

Contact Information

Katherine P. Supiano, MS, LCSW, FT

Program Director


Shawna Rees

Program Administrator


Phone: 801-585-9522

Mailing Address:

University of Utah College of Nursing

10 South 2000 East

Salt Lake City, UT 84112-5880

The Dougy Center: Is a national grieving support center for children:

Kidsaid:  Is a safe site for children to help each other grieve:

Web Healing: is an interactive website for those healing from loss: