Behavioral Health Care

in Utah County & Wasatch County 

Mental Health & Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services

A public comprehensive behavioral health center providing a variety of services designed to meet the needs of children, youth, adults, and their families. Services include but are not limited to, individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy, substance use disorder counseling, case management, residential services, 24-hour crisis response, prevention, various resources, and more.
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Center Wide Highlights

  • Opened a 16 recliner No-Refusal Receiving Center open to all residents where behavioral health emergencies are assessed and triaged
  • Completed close to 700 Mobile-Crisis Outreach Team (MCOT) responses in UT County
  • Completed close to 300 MCOT outreaches in Summit/Wasatch Counties
  • Opened Center for Opiate Recovery (COR) treating clients with opiate addiction
  • Continued strong partnerships with Provo and Utah Housing Authority
  • Placed 6 very difficult to place individuals in permanent housing
  • The Health Services Psychology Internship Program regained APA accreditation
  • 100% of Aspire clients completed the program with significant improvements
  • 53 individuals at Clubhouse obtained and maintained employment
  • Purchased new building to house Substance Use Disorder (SUD) programs
  • Implemented innovative Loan Repayment Program to retain and develop workforce
  • Increased benefits and benefit options for staff to retain and recruit qualified staff
  • Collaborated with Runtastic to host annual Mental Health Awareness Race in conjunction with Mt. Nebo Marathon
  • Significantly expanded School Based Services necessitating development of separate program
  • Provided 923 CY FAST (youth crisis team) outreach efforts
  • Achieved agency wide goal to improve SMART objective documentation
  • Implemented electronic client registration process
  • Implemented Therapy Connect, an on-demand virtual therapy platform
  • Expanded Stride classroom in Lehi
  • Migrated to an electronic AP system that streamlined the payment processes
  • Expanded Youth Behavioral Health Court
  • Started the expansion of Foothill Residential to include a commercial kitchen and to add 12 beds increasing the capacity to 34
  • Increased our contracted provider network by over 70% to increase access to care
  • Strengthened collaboration between Vantage Point and SUD teams to increase SUD services to youth
  • Opened Vantage Point North Youth Receiving Center in American Fork
  • Received Insurance Trust Accountability Award
  • WATCH (our homeless outreach program) housed over 50 chronically homeless individuals
  • The Women in Leadership Group started a mentorship program for staff development

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About Wasatch Behavioral Health

Wasatch Behavioral Health (WBH) was founded in 1967 to provide quality mental health care for all individuals within Utah and Wasatch counties. WBH is a comprehensive behavioral health center. We offer an array of programs and services for adults, teens and children. 

  • All WBH staff complete annual training in cultural competency.
  • WBH buildings are accessible to those with physical disabilities.
  • Access to interpreter services for all languages, including American Sign Language, are available to Medicaid clients.
  • Medicaid enrollees are able to obtain hard copies of the Medicaid Handbook - Notice of Privacy Practices and other forms without charge. These will be provided within 5 business days.

For Assistance:
Call 801-373-4760 or 1-866-366-7987

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