School-based Mental Health Care

Mental health services offered within a school environment.

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Midvale, UT

Organization Name: Valley Behavioral Health
Address: 195 West 7200 South
Midvale, UT 84047
Eligibility: Ages 5 - 12
Services Provided: An after-school treatment service for children with severe emotional and behavioral problems. We teach social and crisis management skills through recreational and community activities as well as home and school behavioral monitoring.
Length of treatment: 12 weeks
Original Source: MedHome Portal
Last Updated: 10/15/2019
Address: 195 West 7200 South
Midvale, UT 84047
Eligibility: Ages 13 - 17
Services Provided: An after-school treatment service for youth with severe emotional and behavioral problems. We teach social and crisis management skills through recreational and community activities as well as home and school behavioral monitoring.
Length of treatment 12 weeks
Original Source: MedHome Portal
Last Updated: 10/15/2019

Salt Lake City, UT

Organization Name: Valley Behavioral Health
Address: Salt Lake City, UT
Eligibility: Ages 12 - 17, Granite School District area
Services Provided: AIM is an intensive day program for youth with serious behavioral and emotional challenges and focuses on keeping youth with their families and communities. The goal is to prevent more restrictive mental health placements and/or help youth step down from more restrictive settings. Clients will attend school at the AIM Program provided by Granite School District.
Original Source: MedHome Portal
Last Updated: 10/22/2019
Organization Name: Valley Behavioral Health
Address: 1141 East 3900 South, Suite A170
Salt Lake City, UT 84124
Phone: 888-949-4864
Toll Free Phone: 888-949-4864
Toll Free Phone: 888-949-4864
Languages Spoken: Spanish
Eligibility: Children 0 - 18. Salt Lake County. Medicaid accepted. OptumHealth
Services Provided: Day treatment and outpatient services offered here, at Valley’s East location and at the West location. Children’s outpatient services are also available in select elementary, middle, and high school sites throughout Salt Lake, Granite, Canyons, and Murray school districts. Additionally, we work closely with the Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS) for assessment and treatment.
Provider Profiles: Salt Lake County Health
Valley West Clinic, 2948 South Redwood Road, West Valley City 84119
Original Source: MedHome Portal
Last Updated: 9/3/2019
Organization Name: Valley Behavioral Health
Address: 1850 South 2500 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Phone: 385-646-4710
Eligibility: Ages 2-17, Salt Lake and Granite school districts, for families with or without funding sources.
Services Provided: The Children's Behavior Therapy Unit (CBTU) School-Based Services provides community-based, comprehensive mental health day-treatment programs, in partnership with local school districts. Programs are for children and youth requiring highly structured therapeutic academic settings to prevent more restrictive placements. Onsite therapists provide assessment, individual and family therapy and provide case management and wraparound supports.
Original Source: MedHome Portal
Last Updated: 10/22/2019
Organization Name: Valley Behavioral Health
Address: Salt Lake City, UT
Eligibility: Ages 5 - 17, Salt Lake and Tooele counties.
Services Provided: School-based mental health services provides your child with an experienced on-site therapist. Valley works closely with your child, family, and school staff to increase success in class, with peers, family, and the community. Offers flexible scheduling, mental health assessments, individual and family therapy, prevention and intervention , therapeutic relationship building, development of problem-solving, coping skills, and mental health advocates.
Original Source: MedHome Portal
Last Updated: 11/5/2019