The Hands Exhibit

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Hands at Generations

An art project by one of our outpatient youth programs Disney’s Remake of Victor Hugo’s classic tale “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” offers a stirring scene in which Esmeralda confronts Quasimodo about his core belief of being a monster- a belief he had been taught by his wicked master Frollo. Each mold is the hand of an amazing young person … Read More

Tips for Letter Writing- Absolutely Incredible Kid Day

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Camp Fire’s Absolutely Incredible Kid Day® honors our nation’s youth by asking adults to write letters of encouragement and inspiration to the incredible kids in their lives. It is a simple, meaningful way to let youth know how much they are appreciated. “Embracing Wellness” is our WMH motto and we encourage our community to join in to celebrate and build up … Read More

The State of the Center: WMH in 2017

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by Juergen Korbanka, PhD Executive Director For many, the New Year marks a milestone leading to reflection of past accomplishments and New Year’s resolutions. Likewise, Wasatch Mental Health can reflect on a successful 2016 and makes plans for a successful 2017.. For the 13th consecutive year, we experienced an increase in the number of clients served. Our team of dedicated … Read More

Christmas at Wasatch Mental Health

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It’s Christmas time and that means that the WMH staff are helping Santa by providing Christmas gifts to over 240 adult clients who likely would not be getting gifts otherwise.  Over the past few years, it has been exciting to see increasing community and support for our Sub for Santa program! This program grows a bit every year and wouldn’t be … Read More

Know the 5 Signs of Emotional Suffering

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“America is at a crossroads when it comes to how our society addresses mental health. We know that one in five of our citizens has a diagnosable mental health condition, and that more Americans are expected to die this year by suicide than in car accidents. While many of us are comfortable acknowledging publicly our physical suffering, for which we … Read More

Grandfamilies share the love generation to generation (Daily Herald Article)

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Laura and Blain Oberg were eyeballing their future retirement and planning on finally spending lots of free time together. However, in a matter of days their future changed completely. Now it includes three very small children and a second lifetime of parenting. What helped them get through it was a program through Wasatch Mental Health called Grandfamilies…(click to read the … Read More