Downloadable information and resources for parents, teachers, community members, people with depression or anxiety, and more.
- Your medical provider
- Your mental health provider
- Community mental health center
- Utah crisis hotlines (including the University Neuropsychiatric Institute Crisis Line)
- Suicide Prevention Lifeline
- National Institute of Mental Health
National Alliance on Mental Illness
A resource of helpful information on women and depression.
Postpartum, addiction, income, housing, and food assistance resources
Family Violence Hotline and Resources: thehotline.org or call 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
Start Your Recovery – Support for Overcoming Substance Misuse
Birth Injury Center—Resources to assist the injured and their families
Centering Pregnancy/Parenting (Complimentary pre/post-natal support resource).
Indian Health Service (IHS) – Numerous documents on SIDS reduction and prevention.
Need Help Paying Bills (Local Assistance Resource)
Volunteers of America (Housing Insecurity)
Catholic Charities (Mostly housing and food insecurity, but some have emergency bills assistance).
Women Infants Children (Provides supplements for foods, health care referrals, and nutrition information for pregnant, postpartum women, infants, and children up to age five).
Cooking Matters (Helps families to shop for and cook healthy meals on a budget).
Crisis Nursery (The Family Support Center is happy to offer free Crisis Nursery care for children ages 0-11 in three locations throughout the Salt Lake Valley).
National Maternal Mental Health Hotline (24/7 hour, call or text) 1-833-852-6262
Emergency Responders Education
Please contact us for additional outreach materials