It’s our 50th Anniversary! 1967-2017

Wasatch Mental Health is celebrating 50 years of providing mental health services to our community.   Did you know that WMH was the FIRST community mental health center in Utah? We will be celebrating throughout the year with special events such as:

  • Community Appreciation Picnic on May 4.
  • 50 Ways to Strengthen your Family. Weekly tips on how to strengthen your family posted on social media on Mondays. Take pictures of your family and use hashtag #FamilyOnMonday
  • Employee Appreciation Celebration at our WMH Centerwide Conference this spring.
  • and more…
Wasatch Wellness Run and Family Fun Fair

 

The 11th Annual Wasatch Wellness Run will be held on August 5. Great event for competitive runners while being family friendly too! Breakfast served by Magleby’s as well as games and activities for the whole family.

Sign up now at: www.wasatchwellnessrun.com

Crisis Intervention Training

Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) trains officers to effectively assist individuals in their communities who are in crisis due to behavioral health or developmental disorders. CIT relies on a strong community partnership and a vibrant crisis system to appropriately redirect individuals in crisis away from the criminal justice system and into the behavioral health system. The goals of the program are to reduce stigma, increase both officer and consumer safety, and access supports and services to decrease continuing involvement with the criminal justice system. Click here for more information about the CIT Program.

In Utah County

CIT Academies are co-sponsored by WMH and Orem Public Safety.  Dates for CIT Academies will be posted soon.

March 27-31 Corrections/Jail
July 31-August 4
November 13-17

 

In Wasatch County

WMH partners with the Wasatch County Sheriff’s Department to provide an annual CIT Academy in Wasatch County.  Check here for the 2017 schedule.

Mental Health Services Awareness Night
Mental Health Services Awareness Night 

Mental Health Awareness Night is a free evening workshop for community leaders and gatekeepers to outline and explain counseling and other resources available in Utah County to help people dealing with mental or emotional conditions. Perfect for church leaders, school counselors and educators, anyone that is in a position where they may be looking for resources to help those they work with who are struggling with mental health issues.  The workshop includes keynote presentations as well as informational booths from more than 30 local agencies. Click here for more information regarding the event and registration.  

Mental Health Services Awareness Night is held annually during the month of October. If you missed it in 2016, watch for it next year.