About the Westpark Family Clinic:
The Westpark Family Clinic (WFC) provides services primarily to adults to treat mental health concerns, such as: depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, trauma, bipolar disorder, and others. The Westpark Family Clinic will also provide services to children, youth, and families when that is most convenient for the family.
We are staffed with doctors, nurses, therapists, case managers, and support staff that are committed to providing quality group and individual therapy, medication management, and supportive counseling. Meet our staff at the Westpark Family Clinic.
The WFC primarily serves Utah County residents with Medicaid Insurance and is located in Provo.
- Funding from grants and contracts may be available for specific services. Please call to find out about eligibility and availability.
Call us to find out more about eligibility for services.
Walk-In Intakes are held every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at 8:00 am and
Getting Started in Services:
Getting started at Wasatch Behavioral Health is a friendly and simple process starting with an intake appointment. The Westpark Family Clinic offers walk-in intake times for new clients each week so that you don’t have to wait for an appointment.
Please call and schedule an Intake Appointment if you would like more than one person in your family to be seen at the same time.
Planning for your Intake Appointment:
Intakes are on a first come first served basis. Due to limited space, we encourage new clients to check in early.
Plan to stay for 2 to 2-1/2 hours.
Arrange for childcare for your children at home. We are unable to provide childcare and you will want to be able to focus on your appointment.
You and your therapist will work together to identify needs and goals and develop your personal Recovery Plan.
Bring With You:
- A driver’s license or photo ID. If you don’t have one, bring other identifying information such as: birth certificates, immunization records, social security card, bank card.
- Current Medicaid card(s). Bring a current Medicaid card with you to every appointment.
- Legal guardianship or custody papers, when applicable.
- A list of current medications.