Wasatch Mental Health is not responsible for the information on these 3rd party websites. The links are provided as a service for those seeking information about a variety of mental health/substance abuse and related topics.
Assisted Living Options for People With Disabilities
Assisted Living is a community organization that prioritizes helping those who are disabled and the elderly fully enjoy their healthy years and age gracefully. Assisted Living creates and publishes comprehensive, unbiased, free web-based resources with a goal to find the best possible care for those who need assisted living.
In 2006 the Autism Society launched Living with Autism which presents user-friendly information within four eye-catching pages. The series was developed to provide easy-to-understand, practical information related to the autism spectrum for a broad audience on a wide range of topics.
Transitioning to Adulthood
We received an email from a mother who had been looking up resources for her special needs child transitioning to adulthood. She sent us a list of resources that she found to be helpful along with the links to share with you. Her list has been modified slightly as one link was no longer active.
Thank you Christy for sharing this information. Hopefully it will be helpful for others and save them some time!
Breaking the cycle of child abuse through training, education, and public awareness. Prevent Child Abuse has programs/training that can be scheduled for your school, group, or organization.
National Runaway Safeline
The National Runaway Safeline offers a crisis hotline and online services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to youth at risk of running away, those who have run away or are homeless, and their families
A Journey Toward Health and Hope: Your Handbook for Recovery After a Suicide Attempt
Guides people through the first steps toward recovery and a hopeful future after a suicide attempt. Includes personal stories from survivors who share their experiences as well as strategies, such as re-establishing connections and finding a counselor to work with.
Substance Abuse Resources and Information
Knowing the options for heroin rehab and what therapies have worked for others can help you understand what to look for in your treatment program, which gives you the best chance to get and stay clean. This guide compiles information from a variety of sources to give you a holistic understanding of how to get help overcoming your (or your loved one’s) addiction to heroin.
Deciding on a rehab program can be overwhelming due to the number of treatment options and the sometimes less-than-helpful information that is out there. Help.org created a practical step-by-step guide to understanding your options and choosing the right rehab program for your unique situation.
Going to rehab is a huge investment – some rehabs cost over $20,000 a month. It’s important to choose carefully, but the sheer number of rehab choices can make finding the best option challenging. In fact, the 2016 N-SATS indicates that there are 16,000 rehab facilities across the country. To help you identify the best facilities in your state, Help.org has determined which rehabs offering payment assistance were likely to be the best choice for the most people.