Bear River Mental Health provides comprehensive, professional, mental health services to individuals in Box Elder, Cache and Rich Counties. For more than four decades, we’ve helped people live more functional and meaningful lives through compassionate and effective mental health treatments—regardless of their age, disability or ability to pay. Our evidence-based services are customized and delivered by caring, experienced mental health providers who understand how to best treat our clients according to their individual needs and circumstances.
As an essential health service organization, we are dedicated to the continued availability of mental health services during the COVID-19 pandemic. The potential for anxiety, depression, isolation and other difficulties is high, and we are here to help.
Facilities remain open during office hours.
For convenience and safety, providers are accessible via telehealth, telephone or in person, with precautions.
CDC prevention protocols are in effect. Staff and clients are asked to take personal responsibility for precautions.
Visitors are not allowed in facilities, other than parents/guardians.
Masks are required.
Mental health is essential to a meaningful life, but mental illness can be more prevalent in difficult times, such as during traumatic events or disasters. Hope and recovery are possible. Bear River Mental Health can help.
Complete your FREE and confidential mental health screening here.
Are you experiencing increased stress due to COVID-19? myStrength’s free digital solutions empower individuals with clinically-proven resources that can be used independently, or as a complement to mental health treatment.
The SafeUT Crisis Chat and Tip Line is a statewide service that provides real-time crisis intervention to youth—all from a mobile app. Licensed clinicians are available 24/7 to respond with suicide prevention, supportive or crisis counseling and referral services.
Bear River Mental Health Services, Inc. is a National Health Service Corps approved site.
No one will be denied access to services, due to inability to pay.
There is a discounted/sliding fee schedule available for those who qualify.