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July 07, 2022

Crisis Resources

  • Warm Line – (801) 587-1055
    • This phone number is for Salt Lake County residents who are not in crisis, but seeking support, engagement, or encouragement.
    • Certified Peer Specialists offer support and empower callers to resolve problems by fostering a sense of hope, dignity, and self-respect.
    • Callers may speak with peer specialists daily 9 am to 10 pm.
  • HMHI (Huntsman Mental Health Institute) crisis phone line – (801) 587-3000
    • Services are available 24/7 both locally and statewide as the Utah affiliate for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (dial "988" to immediately connect).
    • Licensed clinicians provide prompt and compassionate crisis intervention, suicide prevention, information and referrals as well as follow-up services, emotional support, and assistance to individuals experiencing emotional distress or psychiatric crisis.
  • HMHI (Huntsman Mental Health Institute) receiving center – 801-587-7988 (direct; or call crisis line)
    • A short-term (up to 23 hours) secure center providing therapeutic crisis management, an assessment based on strengths and psychiatric needs, medication intervention, and wellness recovery/discharge planning
  • Mobile crisis outreach team (MCOT) – call crisis line: (801) 587-3000
    • HMHI (Huntsman Mental Health Institute) MCOT provides a free, prompt, face-to-face response to any resident of Salt Lake County who is experiencing a behavioral health crisis
    • Youth and adult services teams are available 24/7 and offer consultation and support to individuals, families, schools, treatment providers and first responders
  • Emergency department – (801) 581-2291 (University of Utah); (801) 350-4111 (SL Regional Medical Center); (801) 408-1181 (LDS Hospital)
    • Refer a client to the ED if they have ingested alcohol, drugs, or medications, are unresponsive to skills, are unable to use the services above, or are in the midst of a crisis.
    • Calling the police or 911 can facilitate ambulance transport of a crisis if needed
  • Urgent crisis – call 911
    • When in doubt, call 911.
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