Mental Health Resources

These are a few of the mental health and wellness resources available to our campus community. For a full comprehensive list of services and resources, visit the University Counseling Center

John and Marcia Price College of Engineering Counseling Services

The John and Marcia Price College of Engineering has a dedicated counselor for engineering students. As the PCE Mental Health Counselor, their goal is to provide a confidential, safe, and non-judgmental space to address any stressors or concerns in your life and empower you to take actions to meet your needs, values, and goals.

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My Student Support Program (SSP)

My SSP provides students with immediate and/or ongoing confidential, 24-hour support, yearround for any school, health, or general life concern at no cost to the student. Students can call or text with a licensed counselor from their cell phone at any time regardless of location.

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University Counseling Center

Students looking for group therapy, brief individual counseling, or medication services, please call the Counseling Center at 801-581-6826 to schedule an intake appointment. Please note most of our services –including intakes, Quick Care, individual counseling, group therapy, and workshops—are FREE. Visit the University Counseling website to learn about all options available.

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The SafeUT app provides a way to connect to licensed counselors that are ready to listen to any sized crisis or concern. Support is immediate and confidential, and as easy as reaching for your phone and sending that first message.

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Center for Student Wellness

The center for student wellness is located in the Eccles Student Life Center and Student Services Building. Locations are open Monday - Friday from 8AM - 5PM. They are offering virtual and in-person services all year long. They provide a number of resources and services for the campus community including workshops and trainings, Victim-Survivor advocacy services, STI/HIV testing, student involvement opportunities and more.

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Huntsman Mental Health Institute

Huntsman Mental Health Institute provides specialty programs to prevent mental health crises and support people through them if they happen. These programs support individuals struggling with mental health challenges and connect individuals to additional resources that can help them. The team of professionals are trained in mental health crisis management, suicide prevention, and emotional wellness.

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Online Mental Health Screening

Behavioral health – which includes mental health, substance use, and more – is a key part of your overall well-being. Brief screenings are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a behavioral health professional. Think of these as a checkup from your neck up. This program is completely anonymous and confidential, and immediately following the brief questionnaire you will see your results, recommendations, and key resources.

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