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Mental Health

  • 1371 North 1075 West, Suite 5
  • Farmington, 84025
  • 970-471-2618
The W.O.R.T.H group is a free, LDS faith based, therapist led, support group for women healing from betrayal trauma caused by a spouse's sexual addiction and/or sexual misbehavior. Worth group therapists teach and tie therapeutic tools such as self-care, boundaries, and honoring emotions to LDS principles through guided discussion, support groups. This is where women derive emotional and spiritual strength as they share joys and sorrows, and support each other in their healing journey. Use the phone number provided to sign up for the group.
  • 430 E 450 S
  • Clearfield, 84015
  • 801-776-3305
Youth Health Associates is committed to the welfare and growth of the clients we serve and to the safety of the community. We are a clinically driven program motivated by both the Restorative Justice Model and by the standards of treatment and practice put forth by the Network on Juveniles Offending Sexually (NOJOS). Decisions affecting clients are treatment team oriented to ensure appropriate judgment and client growth.
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  • 70 S Orchard Drive
  • North Salt Lake, 84054
  • 801-294-9675
We are dedicated to helping you achieve your dreams and goals. This is a time of history when there is a great division between people who are uncertain, idle, empty, miserable, and living mediocre lives, and those who are focused on greatness, achievement, purpose, fulfillment, and joy. Many have beautiful, fulfilling, lives but there are some who are stuck in scarcity, misery, uncertainty, crime, addiction, and pain, and they don't know what to do about it. The gap between these two extremes needs to be closed.
  • 118 E 2200 S
  • Kaysville, 84037
  • 801-721-7878
Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Personality Disorders, Substance Abuse Disorders, Trauma/Abuse
  • 22 S State Street
  • Clearfield, 84015
  • 801-525-5075
Like CPR, QPR is a simple process that anyone can be trained to use, to help save the life of a person who is having suicidal thoughts. Learn how to recognize warning signs, ask questions to assess the situation, persuade the person to seek help, and refer them to a mental health or crisis caregiver.   This training is 1.5 hours long and is available to any community group with 10 or more participants.
  • 22 S State Street
  • Clearfield, 84015
  • 801-525-5075
SafeTALK is a 3 hour training workshop, featuring:
Training to identify persons with thoughts of suicide, & community first aid resources to connect them to help
Awareness of reasons that we may miss, dismiss, or avoid signs of suicide
The simple yet effective steps: Tell, Ask, Listen, and KeepSafe
Hands-on skills practice and development
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  • 22 South State Street
  • Clearfield, 84015
  • 801-525-5212
This directory identifies mental, emotional and behavioral crisis services, clinical/treatment services, and mental health and substance abuse providers in Davis County. Services are described including specialties, average cost, languages spoken, payments accepted, etc. Each resources includes hours of operation, phone number, and website.
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  • (801) 243-2508
No veteran left behind. Health and wellness for military service members and their families. Coordinated recreational activities, education, and opportunities that further the mission. Suicide prevention and intervention.

Find us at https://continuemission.org or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/continuemission
  • 22 South State Street
  • Clearfield, 84015
  • 801-525-4930
Family Counseling Service (FCS) of Northern Utah is co-located with the Davis County Health Department. FCS works to provide low-cost quality counseling to families and individuals who do not have Medicaid and those who do not have adequate insurance coverage for behavioral health services. Insurance is accepted.  Services are provided in English and Spanish. 
Hours: Tuesday and Wednesday 8:30-5pm and Thursday 11:00 am-7:30pm.

*Davis County has made the resources on this page available as a community service. Listing the resources on this page does not imply an endorsement by Davis County.

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