Our community has a variety of resources available for individuals experiencing a mental health challenge.
Project Reality Crisis Line
Project Reality has a crisis line for patients that will put you in touch with our mental health care team in case of an emergency. Current Project Reality patients experiencing crisis can call us after clinic hours: 385-881-0170.
Mobile Crisis Outreach Team
Are you experiencing a mental health challenge?
Call the Utah Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 (TALK) to find out more about how MCOT can help.
Callers connected to the Utah Crisis Line receive specialized, individualized support from certified crisis workers trained in suicide prevention and get connected to mental health resources across Utah. The Utah Crisis Line works closely with Huntsman Mental Health Institute’s Mobile Crisis Outreach Teams (MCOT) as well as other local mental health authorities across the state to provide in-person crisis intervention. MCOTs have licensed clinicians and peer support specialists avialable 24/7 for people facing a mental health challenge. They offer fast, free, face-to-face or virtual video responses and provide follow-up services including referrals to specialists in the community.
When Should You Ask for an MCOT?
MCOT is there for you when you are feeling lost, alone, having a difficult time coping with life, or have concerns related to a loved one living with you. MCOT will meet you where you’re at—whether that’s at home, at work, or anywhere in the community. The team arrives in unmarked vehicles to support your privacy.
Learn More About MCOT
Learn more about Utah’s MCOT by calling 1-800-273-8255 or click the link below.
Utah Warm Line
Individuals may need a listening ear as they heal and recover from their own personal struggles. Utah residents who need connection from others who have walked similar paths may call the Utah Warm Line for that support. The Warm Line is staffed 8am-11pm, 7 days a week, 365 days a year at no cost.
Certified peer support specialists have received specialized training and have navigated mental health issues and/or substance abuse issues of their own. They are trained in providing hope and empowerment through the recovery model. This model instills a person-centered approach to recovery and healing. Certified peer specialists engage with the community through empathetic listening. Our specialists encourage callers to resolve problems by fostering dignity and self-respect and finding their inner strength to live healthy, independent lives. The Warm Line works closely with the Utah Crisis Line and Mobile Crisis Outreach Teams (MCOT) to ensure the best support is provided to you and your loved ones.
833-SPEAKUT (833-773-2588) (toll free)
Available 8am – 11pm daily
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