Identifying and Preventing Mental Health Concerns

Strengthening Your Psychological Flexibility:
This worksheet provides three exercises that will help to increase your psychological flexbility.

Finding Treatment and Addressing Mental Health Concerns

Contact your health insurance provider and ask about mental health professionals who are within the network. Most health insurance providers have help lines and/or websites that provide information about networks and providers.  

Psychology Today:
On this website, you can search for therapists, psychiatrists, treatment centers, and support groups in your area.  

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): 
Here, you’ll find general information about mental health services in your area. 

Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA):
On this website, you can find health centers that offer more affordable options for people that do not have health insurance. 

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: 
This website can help with questions about insurance coverage for mental health. 

If you or someone you know may be at risk of harming themselves or others, access crisis services immediately:  

National Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Crisis Hotline 

Call or Text 988 (Callers from Utah will be routed to the Utah Crisis Line)  


Utah Crisis Services 

Call 1-800-273-TALK 



This is a resource for students, parents, educators, frontline workers, and national guard members. You can call the help line: 833-372-3388, or download their app for secure chat:

This is a three-part fact sheet series that provides an overview of of the process and details of providing workplace supports for individuals with healthcare needs, which includes mental health concerns. 

Fact Sheet 1: Supporting Employees with Healthcare Needs

Fact Sheet 2: Informing Employers of Workplace Accommodations

Fact Sheet 3: Dispelling Myths About Employment for Individuals with Disabilities

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