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Welcome

Optum believes every person has the right to live in their community with health, dignity and hope.

Mental health recovery is a journey of healing and transformation enabling a person with a mental health problem to live a meaningful life in a community of his or her choice while striving to achieve his or her full potential.

Each of us looks to the community for a wide range of supports – education, housing, health and mental health, employment safety and security, and more. Optum will look to community stakeholders for guidance, input and participation in the ongoing development of effective systems of care.

Our goals are to improve clinical outcomes, expand access to appropriate care, manage costs, and strengthen individual capabilities to pursue wellness and recovery.

Please return to this website for more information and resources to be added in the coming months.

24 HOUR CRISIS LINE:
(801) 587-3000

ANNOUNCEMENT: Upcoming Certified Peer Support Specialist Trainings scheduled for February 15-19, 2016.  There is no cost for this training. 


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Interested in taking Mental Health First Aid or QPR Suicide Gatekeeper Training?

Email:  robyn.emery@optum.com   or call Julie Hardle:  801-982-3217

Interested in learning more about the Affordable Care Act (ACA)?  Visit: www.affordablecareact.slco.org to get more information.

This link will give you information on the ACA as well as instructions on how to enroll.

Salt Lake County Emergency Contacts

24 Hour Crisis Line:
(801) 587-3000

MCOT (Mobile Crisis Outreach Team):
(801) 587-3000

WarmLine:
(801) 587-1055