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Bridge serves adults (18 years old+) who have been diagnosed with a “serious mental illness”, mostly individuals with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, delusional disorder, and/or bi-polar disorder

Phone: (801) 960 – 1667

1165 East 300 North
Provo, UT 84606


The Jail Transition Program (JTP) was created in 2016 to provide care for inmates in Utah County returning to society after incarceration. The JTP filled a gap in services in our community to address the high recidivism rate for individuals involved in the criminal justice system. Funding from the Justice Reinvestment Initiative (JRI) provided the means to expand our jail services and address the mental health needs of these individuals and enable them to make a successful transition from jail back into the community.

Phone: (801) 852 – 3779

Multiple Locations:
Food & Care Coalition
299 East 900 South
Provo, UT 84606

Nursing Home and Assisted Living Outreach Services provide mental health services to individuals in Nursing Homes and Assisted Living settings. We offer these services as a convenience for clients to help overcome barriers to receiving services in one of our Family Clinics, such as mobility challenges. Outreach services also assist facility staff in effectively helping clients to manage successfully in the least restrictive setting possible.

This is a referral-based program. See the webpage for more details. 

The PREP Team (Prevention and Recovery from Early Psychosis) provides support for individuals experiencing their first episode of psychosis or who are at high risk of developing psychosis between the ages of 13-26. PREP provides a coordinated specialty care treatment model to provide supportive services for clients, including case management, medication management, therapy, family education/support, and employment or education support.

Phone: (801) 373-7443

South Provo Clinic
Suite 200
580 East 600 South
Provo, UT 84606

The South Provo Clinic is located on the South Provo Campus in Provo. It is a program that focuses on adults with mental illness who may need more assistance in the community accessing resources and managing day-to-day functions such as shopping, arranging medical, dental and eye appointments etc. We offer therapy, psychiatric care with nursing services and medication management along with a heavy case management model. We also work closely with the housing authorities in the area and we have a specific focus on assisting clients in housing needs.

Phone: (801) 373-7443

580 E. 600 S.
Provo, UT 84606

Wasatch House, an accredited Clubhouse program, offers a strengths-based approach where treatment, vocational training, and support are provided to individuals to help them to regain social skills, vocational skills, and psychiatric stability. Recovery through work is a core philosophy of the Clubhouse model. 

Phone: (801) 373-7440

605 E 600 South
Provo, UT, 84606

The WATCH program is an outreach and treatment program for individuals who are homeless and have a serious mental illness. The WATCH program is co-located with the Food and Care Coalition to provide convenient access to a wide variety of services for the homeless population of Utah County.

Phone: (801) 852-3779

299 E. 900 S.
Provo UT 84606

Our family clinics operate similar to a medical office and offer many services to meet the needs of children, youth, adults, and families who are experiencing behavioral health issues.

Services include:

Individual/Group/Family Therapy
Case Management
Medication Management
Nursing Services
Peer Support
Psychological Testing
Skills Development & Behavior Management
Specialized groups such as Domestic Violence treatment, Parenting

Phone: (801) 373 – 4760

Various Locations: Please see webpage.

What if I don't have Medicaid & have private insurance instead?

Check out our Mountain Peaks program. Mountain Peaks Counseling is a program of WBH for individuals with private insurance (NOT on Medicaid) or for those who would like to pay cash. Mountain Peaks Counseling is staffed with therapists who are committed to providing quality individual, marital, and family therapy and medication management. We also have contracts and grants available to pay for specific services, however they require an eligibility check. Please call Mountain Peaks to find out eligibility & availability. 

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