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Aspire Academy and United Way’s Day of Caring by Justin Yearsley, LCSW Program Manager- Aspire Academy and New Vista Aspire Academy has been extremely fortunate to have been given such an incredible gift by RBM/TruCo and the United Way! Aspire Academy was chosen as the recipient of the United Way’s Day of Caring for 2021, and they partnered with RBM/TruCo … Read More
The Child Tax Credit, part of the American Rescue Plan, is here to help families raising children make ends meet. Experts estimate the new Child Tax Credit has the potential to cut child poverty in half. Since we got notice of this important tax credit late, we are going to make this Child Tax Credit Awareness WEEK! The Child Tax … Read More
June, 2021 Wasatch Behavioral Health is pleased to announce our Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Walk-In Assessment days and times for Adults located at the Provo Health and Justice Building, 151 S. University Avenue, Suite 1500. These are for individuals who are Utah County Residents. Starting June 14, 2021, Walk-In Assessment Times will be: Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 8:00 a.m. … Read More
NEW IRT BUILDING By Karen Amsden, LCSW Therapist Supervisor at IRT IRT’s new address is 2877 W. Center St. Provo. After a long search, WBH found a beautiful building to move IRT into. The building used to be a Beehive Home Assisted Living Center. We moved in on December 7 in time to enjoy the Christmas Holiday in our newer, … Read More
5 Things to Remember This Holiday Season Reprinted by permission from Live On Utah and the Utah Suicide Prevention Coalition. Changing how we celebrate the holidays can be hard, and can have impacts on our mental health. Here are a few tips for how you can still make the holidays special while taking care of your mental health. 1. Have … Read More
“This is Suicide Prevention” campaign launches, showing how every one of us can help prevent suicide. A Mantra of Hope Live On is a statewide effort to prevent suicide by promoting education, providing resources, and changing our culture around suicide and mental health. Together we can get through, reach out, lift up, look ahead, and Live On.Learn more here.
How do I participate? It’s fun and simple! The virtual race takes place anytime between August 1-15th–YOU pick the date and the race course. You can choose to do a 1 mile walk, 5K, or a 10 K. Track your time as you run/walk your race. You do not need to sign up in advance. If you are not a runner, but … Read More