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Providing a Partnership in the work of mental health recovery, to help improve functional and meaningful living, through the delivery of professional mental health services.
As an essential health service organization, we are dedicated to the continued availability of mental health services during this pandemic. The potential for anxiety, depression, isolation, and other difficulties is high. We assure you, 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 and staff/clients are asked to take personal responsibility for precautions.
Visitors are not allowed in facilities, other than parents/guardians.
Masks are required.
Are you experiencing increased stress due to COVID-19? Download the free myStrength app (myStrength Instruction Video). This will continue to be free to you. This tool can be used independently or as a compliment to mental health treatment. COVID-19 resources/supports were recently added. Use Free Access Code: UtahDHS
Mental health is essential to our individual health and well-being. Mental illnesses ARE common and ARE treatable. Bear River Mental Health is here to assist with recovery. Are you or a loved one struggling?
Take a few minutes to complete a free confidential online Mental Health Screening.
The Crisis Text & Tip Line Application is a statewide service that provides real-time crisis intervention to youth through texting and a confidential tip program, from an app on your smartphone. Licensed clinicians are available 24/7 to respond with supportive or crisis counseling, suicide prevention, and referral services. Download the app today.
Bear River Mental Health began providing mental health services in January 1977, and incorporated as a private not-for-profit organization in 1983. We have been providing quality mental health services for over four decades.
Bear River Mental Health serves ALL individuals, regardless of age or ability to pay, who are experiencing a mental health crisis; including suicide ideation, panic attacks, un-controllable behavior, or situations involving a threat to self or others. Under-insured or uninsured children, youth, and their families, individuals involved in the legals system, and all Medicaid eligible individuals, may qualify for service.
Bear River Mental Health provides services to individuals residing in Box Elder, Cache, and Rich counties. There are convenient locations throughout Northern Utah where children, families, and adults of all ages can access quality services in community settings.
Our staff of over 100 trained professionals, representing a broad array of clinical disciplines, are specialized in the treatment of mental illness. These disciplines include
BRMH is served by a governing Board of Directors, comprised of a variety of private, public, and local government stakeholders, including county commissioners. The Board is dedicated to providing consistent oversight of Center operations, while helping to ensure the effectiveness of our services.