Utah (UT) Psychiatric Hospitals Companies

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Callister Foundation
508 E South Temple # 201
Salt Lake City UT 84102
(801) 539-8501
Recovery Inc Self Help Mental
4532 W 5295 S
Salt Lake City UT 84118
(801) 966-5991
Valley Mental Health
100 S 1000 W
Tooele UT 84074
(435) 843-3520
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Copper Hills Youth Center
5899 Rivendell Dr.
West Jordan UT 84088
(801) 561-3377
Holladay Family & Child Clinic
4667 Holladay Blvd # 2
Holladay UT 84117
(801) 277-8025
San Juan Counseling
356 S Main St.
Blanding UT 84511
(435) 678-1450
Ipac
140 N Main St.
Manti UT 84642
(435) 835-8200
Central Utah Counseling
550 N Main St.
Junction UT 84740
(435) 577-2055
Center For Family Evaluation and Treatment
5691 South Redwood Road Unit 16
Taylorsville UT 84123
(801) 265-3895

We have 8 therapists including psychologists, and counselors. We provide individual psychotherapy, group counseling, and psycho-education for clients
Aloha Behavioral Consultants
811 N Harrisville Road
Harrisville UT 84404
(801) 399-1818

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