CONNECT

CONNECT Summit County wants you to know: Changes in our mental health are just part of our nature. If you or someone you know is struggling, you can find resources near you at PartofOurNature.org and scroll to Summit County, UT. If in Crisis: If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts or struggling with your mental health, please contact the Summit County Crisis Number, 833-995-1295 or download the SafeUT App monitored 24/7 by clinicians who respond to all chats, texts, and calls. If you are in immediate danger, call 911 or go to the closest ER.

CONNECT Summit County

CONNECT Summit County is working hard to make mental health resources accessible for all Summit and Wasatch County residents during the COVID-19 public health emergency.  They have a series of ongoing series of virtual support groups lead by licensed therapists in the area.  

Park City Women's Business Network presents Connect, Inspire & Grow on Saturday, September 28 from 8 am to 2:30 pm at Legacy Lodge at Park City Mountain Resort. Explore women owned business marketplaces. Lunch is included. Keynote speaker is Stacy Dymalski, best selling author and award winning speaker and comedian. Panel discussion on "Inspiration". Gifts and drawings throughout the day. All net proceeds will go towards scholorships for girls in Park City class of 2020. Please visit www.pcwbn.org to register for this inspiring event.

Sheri Fisher, Faylene Weinman, and Amber Johnson from CONNECT Summit County join the show to help raise funds for the KPCW Winter Pledge.  CONNECT's mission is to create a well-informed and stigma-free community with access to mental health services for all residents of Summit County. KPCW and Connect Summit County's partnership exemplifies the work that KPCW does for all area non-profits; to broadcast their mission, get the word out about events coming to town, and to educate listeners on topics that fall under the umbrella of each non-profit. 

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A community forum on mental health awareness took place at the Kamas Library May 10, 2018.  Sponsored by CONNECT as part of their Mental Health Awareness Month programming, the panel featured Ed Rutan, CONNECT President and Board Member, Roy Parker with the Summit County Recovery Foundation, Kim Carson, Summit County Council member, Rich Bullough, Director of the Summit County Health Department, Beth Armstrong, Executive Director of the People's Health Clinic, Mary Christa Smith, Communities that Care Coordinator, and Maddie Percey & Gracie Averett, Star Club members at South Summit Hig

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A community forum on mental health awareness took place at the Kamas Library May 10, 2018.  Sponsored by CONNECT as part of their Mental Health Awareness Month programming, the panel featured Ed Rutan, CONNECT President and Board Member, Roy Parker with the Summit County Recovery Foundation, Kim Carson, Summit County Council member, Rich Bullough, Director of the Summit County Health Department, Beth Armstrong, Executive Director of the People's Health Clinic, Mary Christa Smith, Communities that Care Coordinator, and Maddie Percey & Gracie Averett, Star Club members at South Summit Hig

In connection to mental health awareness month; Connect Summit County is hosting over 15 different events to raise awareness of mental health challenges this May. David Boyle has more: