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Mental Health: Lindon City Resource Guide

What is Mental Health?

Mental Health is our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. Mental health is a crucial part of our everyday lives. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It determines how we handle stressful situations, relate to our peers, and make difficult decisions. Mental health is a crucial factor to our individual self-esteem. Many different life experiences and factors may affect our mental health including trauma, abuse, sudden changes, etc.

  • 26.86 % of adults living in Utah are experiencing a mental illness. That is equivalent to almost 600,000 residents.
  • 6.19 % of adults living in Utah have experienced serious thoughts of suicide.
  • Out of the fifty states, Utah is ranked to have the highest number of individuals suffering from serious thoughts of suicide.

More statistics on mental illness in America can be found at


Mental Health Crisis Resources

  • Crisis Text Line
The Crisis Text Line is available 24/7. The text line connects individuals with a crisis counselor who can provide specialized help and resources for those in crisis.

Text "HELLO" to 741741


  • Reflections Recovery Center
Treatment, recovery, and detox center with both inpatient and outpatient treatment options. Focuses on reconnecting families and those struggling with addiction.

145 S. 200 E.
Lindon, Utah 84042
(801) 784-9455


  • Battle Creek Behavioral Health
Offers outpatient treatment services for a variety of mental health concerns. Includes therapy services offered for both adults and children in need. Specializes in Somatoform Disorders.

275 W. 200 N.
Lindon, Utah 84042
(801) 610-6851


  • SafeUT App & Program
The SafeUT app provides a way to connect to licensed counselors that are ready to listen to any sized crisis or concern. Support is immediate and confidential, and as easy as reaching for your phone and sending that first message from the SafeUT app.


What to Do During a Mental Health Crisis

  • If you're experiencing suicidal thoughts or thoughts of self-harm, call available 24/7 crisis lines.
  • Try to determine what may have caused the crisis (a specific person or place, an unhealthy substance, etc.) and leave it behind. Find somewhere you feel safe and comfortable.
  • Surround yourself with people you trust who care about you. Being alone during a mental health crisis is dangerous. Let others support and be there for you.
  • Participate in activities that ground you (painting, exercising, reading, hiking, etc.). Find something you enjoy to focus your energy on.
  • Talk to your doctor or a mental health professional. Determine an appropriate treatment plan and identify areas of issue.
  • Remember you are not alone. Don't be afraid to reach out to receive the help you need.


Positive Benefits of Mental Health

  • Reduced Anxiety
  • Improved Mood
  • Sense of Calm or Inner Peace
  • Improved Relationships
  • Clearer Thinking
  • Increased Self-Esteem
  • Better Sleep/Rest
  • Increased Energy