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Support Groups

  • 537 West 2600 South #203
  • Bountiful, 84010
  • 801-335-5590

We are an interdisciplinary behavioral health care practice committed to providing the highest quality care and treatment to everyone who comes to us with behavioral health care needs. Feller Behavioral Health (FBH) is a team of highly trained professional prescribers managing medication and licensed therapists providing psychotherapy and counseling. Our integrated approach to behavioral health care is the most effective in making correct diagnoses and proper treatment decisions. Primary health care providers make referrals to Feller Behavioral Health because we provide evidence-based treatment that is effective in helping their patients with mental and emotional health disorders and associated challenges. FBH treatment helps clients feel better, perform better in work and school and improve important relationships. Each Feller Behavioral Health provider has a specialized area of training and expertise that allows us to provide each client with the right kind of care and effective treatment. Our treatment is evidenced-based, which means that we use interventions that research has proven to be effective.

Behavioral Health Care means providing treatment and interventions for all of the following mental and emotional illnesses; psychiatric disorders; substance abuse/addictive disorders; trauma; verbal, emotional, physical and sexual abuse and neglect.

Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-6:30pm or by Appointment

  • 1401 North 1075 West, #240
  • Farmington, 84025
  • 801-447-2490

We are an interdisciplinary behavioral health care practice committed to providing the highest quality care and treatment to everyone who comes to us with behavioral health care needs. Feller Behavioral Health (FBH) is a team of highly trained professional prescribers managing medication and licensed therapists providing psychotherapy and counseling. Our integrated approach to behavioral health care is the most effective in making correct diagnoses and proper treatment decisions. Primary health care providers make referrals to Feller Behavioral Health because we provide evidence-based treatment that is effective in helping their patients with mental and emotional health disorders and associated challenges. FBH treatment helps clients feel better, perform better in work and school and improve important relationships. Each Feller Behavioral Health provider has a specialized area of training and expertise that allows us to provide each client with the right kind of care and effective treatment. Our treatment is evidenced-based, which means that we use interventions that research has proven to be effective.

Behavioral Health Care means providing treatment and interventions for all of the following mental and emotional illnesses; psychiatric disorders; substance abuse/addictive disorders; trauma; verbal, emotional, physical and sexual abuse and neglect.

Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-6:30pm or by Appointment

  • 476 Heritage Park Blvd., Suite 120
  • Layton, 84041

In 2014, after recognizing a growing trend of adults requesting services for anxiety and depression, Davis Behavioral Health (DBH) began offering Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), an evidence-based educational delivery of mindfulness to adults in the community to address this trend as part of its Prevention & Education programming

As the mindfulness-related prevention efforts in Davis County have grown, DBH has recognized the need for a dedicated space for the community to gather for evidenced-based classes, workshops on a variety of topics, and support groups. With deep gratitude to a generous private donor, we have been able to move forward with establishing the Davis Mindfulness Center. We envision this Center as a community-driven, community-supported effort–a place to come to experience the support and nourishment of being in community.

Register for classes at https://davismindfulness.org/
  • 893 N. Marshall Way
  • Layton, 84041
  • 801-430-1280
Live Strong House is a residential treatment center for adolescents and young adults. We specialize in students who struggle with information processing issues, substance abuse, PTSD, ADHD, depression, or anxiety. Many of our students do not fit the traditional school environment and may be heavily influenced by negative peer groups.

The mission of Live Strong House is to develop a lasting change in the lives of young men by providing the highest quality of treatment, living our core values, creating interpersonal relationships, loving self and others, and understanding how to Live Strong.

The work we do at Live Strong House is centered around developing a connection with each of our students and using that connection to facilitate personal growth. Our ability to focus on each student creates a lasting bond that allows us to influence and engender internal change.

Whether your child uses video games to escape from relationships or uses substances to cope with day-to-day life, at Live Strong House, he will foster healthy connections that will show him how to love himself and others. Without that love, other relationships with family, friends, or others will be a struggle.

  • https://maketheconnection.net
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MakeTheConnection.net is an online resource designed to connect Veterans, their family members and friends, and other supporters with information, resources, and solutions to issues affecting their lives.

There are millions of Veterans and family members who have reached out for support during tough times. Their lives got better. Yours can too.

Make the Connection is more than a website. It is a nationwide, online movement of millions. Join the conversation on FacebookYouTube, or Instagram. Your words can encourage someone in need to reach out for support and treatment.
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