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Mental Health America of Utah is a place where individuals and families can come for resources, support, and social connection.


We provide peer support and outreach for individuals and families affected by mental illness. We also offer education, support and advocacy – in person and virtually.

Our programs and activities are designed by peers for peers. We work together to help each other reach our goals and fulfill our potential. We believe that as persons who have experience living with and recovering from mental illness we are in the best position to offer support to others who are on a similar journey. We invite you to join us in bringing about positive change! 



We're changing the delivery of mental health care


We believe in peer support!


We provide peer support services to all Utahns! We have a drop-in center (opening soon) located in Salt Lake City where we provide peer support and group activities. We also connect virtually to anyone in need throughout the State. 


We also provide peer support to vulnerable and marginalized populations. We currently have a homeless peer support outreach program in Salt Lake County and we do outreach and peer support for individuals dealing with trauma from polygamy culture in Southern Utah. 



Please contact us directly if you would like to receive peer support or family peer support services and for more information about our upcoming classes. 


Take a Mental Health Test

Online screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition.

Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are real, common and treatable. And recovery is possible.

Take a survey

We would like to know more about your experience with the Utah Mental Health System.

We want to know from the experts (you) on what is working well and what are gaps or areas of improvement. This will help us to better serve you and understand the needs of our communities as well as assist us in our advocacy efforts.


If you can take a few minutes to complete this simple survey, we would be grateful. Please note that at the end, there is space for you to provide any detail you would like to share. The survey is anonymous.


Collectively We Choose To Change The Narrative

We are commonly referred to as the “mentally ill” or our diagnosis rather than our names. MHA UTAH believes that the presumption that we do not know what is in our own best interest consigns us to lives emptied of quality, vitality and dignity. community.


We’re looking for people who want to be part of a network of peers, mental health advocates, or financially support our community.

We would love your help if you are interested in volunteering your time to teach a class or support an activity!

Supporting our cause financially is helping paving the path for a better tomorrow.

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