JORDAN DISTRICT MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS RESOURCES
https://wellness.jordandistrict.org/. This website has excellent mental health resources.
Jordan Family Education 2022 Spring Class Schedule
Jordan Family Education 2022 Spring Class Descriptions
SIGNS OF MOOD DISORDERS AND MENTAL ILLNESS
Unexplained changes in mood, personality & energy
Inability to concentrate or cope
Extreme changes in eating & sleeping
Lack of emotion or emotional outbursts
Bizarre behavior or speech
Feelings of worthlessness & suicidal thoughts
Drug and Alcohol Abuse
See a doctor if any of these symptoms are INTENSE for 2 weeks or longer for you, a friend, or a 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)
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 www.namiut.org
The Family Support Center
The Family Support Center offers a network of services to address multifaceted issues facing families today.
Divorce Care is a web-based support group for those who are dealing with the pains of divorce: www.divorcecare.com
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)
Caring Connections: This is a local organization that has many resources and sponsors grief groups around the valley. https://nursing.utah.edu/caring-connections/
Survivor Wellness: A nonprofit center in Salt Lake. They offer a virtual youth support group for children and their families who are experiencing chronic illness either themselves or in their families.
University of Utah College of Nursing
10 South 2000 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-5880