801-486-5012
If You Have an Emergency 2017-06-05T03:19:28+00:00

In an emergency, call 911,
and ask for the crisis intervention team

 

EMERGENCY SITUATIONS

If you fear for the safety of a friend or others and suspect a presence of mental illness, contact:

Police, Dial 911, request a CIT (Crisis Intervention Team) trained officer.

MCOT (Mobile Crisis Outreach Team) 801 587-3000

MCOT will ask for basic information about the situation to help their assessment as their team mobilizes. Services include crisis resolution, face-to-face assessments, consultation and referrals.

 

NON-EMERGENCY SITUATIONS

The Warm Line (a recovery support line) 801 587-1055

Open daily 3 p.m. – 11 p.m.

 

www.211ut.org

An online searchable database of local resources, sponsored by United Way.

 

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

Free resource for those with mental illness and families.

1600 West 2200 South, West Valley City, Utah, 84119  www.namiut.org

801 323-9900 or 1-877-230-6264

Ask to talk to a mentor for support.