Welcome to CONNECT’s new Mental Health Resource Directory. It was created with you in mind. If you know of a resource or provider and would like it added to the database, please let us know. If you see an error or need assistance searching, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mental health disorders are common in the United States, with one in five adults having a mental disorder in any given year. This is equivalent to 43.8 million people. Mental health disorders often start in adolescence, with half of all disorders beginning by age 14. The greatest challenge in coping with a mental illness is finding the right kind of treatment and support to meet your needs. Entering and accessing mental health services for the first time can be overwhelming. Identifying the right treatment is often a trial and error process.
CONNECT would like to thank the Park City Community Foundation, the Promontory Foundation, and Summit County for helping underwrite the costs of this project and for their support of the Summit County community.
This outstanding July 2017 New York Times article clearly outlines the specific process patients should take to find the right therapist.
This October 2017 NAMI article outlines the best methods of finding the right mental health professional for you.
In addition, CONNECT has created "Roadmap to Behavioral Health: A Guide to Using Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Services". This outstanding guide walks you through the 8-Step process of seeking help for a mental-health or substance-abuse disorder – from obtaining insurance coverage to receiving care.