Mental Health and Crisis Resources

These resources come recommended from our guest speaker, Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Brandon Thatcher. You can hear more of his tips on maintaining your mental health during school and other stressful times in Episode 2 of our “Healthy Brain Banter” podcast! Some of these resources are specific to the Utah County region, but scroll to the end to find some great general resources for everyone!

BYU Counseling and Psychological Services

Daytime Crisis Walk-in: 8 am to 4 pm, 1500 WSC, BYU

After-hours Crisis Call: (801) 422-2222 and ask to speak to the psychologist on duty

Quickcare To meet for a one-time consultation with a psychologist this week,
click here to fill out the paperwork,
then call 801-422-3035 and ask for a Quickcare appointment

Other Crisis Resources

Utah Crisis Line (801) 587-3000

Utah Warm Line (801) 587-1055 Non-crisis mental health line. Peer support specialists available from 8 am-11 pm.

SafeUT App
Anyone in Utah may text through this app when in need of emotional support, when in crisis, or to send a tip about another person when they believe this person may need help or be in crisis.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline(800) 273-8255

General Mental Health Resources

Drug Counseling and Treatment: Call: 801-422-1942

BYU CAPS – Biofeedback


211 – Dial from any phone for United Way Resources

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

BYU Comprehensive Clinic (Utah Resources)

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