Utah Pride Community Resource Directory Category: Mental Health Resources

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For nearly a decade, the National LGBT Health Education Center has been providing educational programs to health centers and other health care organizations with the goal of optimizing health care quality and eliminating health disparities for sexual and gen- der minority people. Recently, we and our parent organization, The Fenway Institute, Fenway Health, have come to recognize the imperative to more actively include the health of intersex people in our mission and training programs. Therefore, all of our pro- grams now use the acronym LGBTQIA+, which refers to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, and all sexual and gender minority people. As part of our commitment to sup- porting the health of all LGBTQIA+ people, we have written the following community-informed clinical guide on primary care for intersex people. The guide provides an overview of intersex terms and concepts, the health concerns of intersex people, intersex-af- firming practices, and resources for further learning.

NATIONAL LGBTQIA+ HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER

A Program of The Fenway Institute

 

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According to reports, about 25% of the LGBTQ population has at least a moderate alcohol use disorder, along with other substance abuse challenges. By comparison, about 10% of the general population struggles with alcoholism. This speaks volume about systemic challenges people in the LGBQT community face. Additionally, some subgroups within the LGBTQ community experience even higher rates of alcohol abuse. Fortunately, as awareness grows about the effects of alcohol abuse on LGBTQ individuals, more rehab facilities are dedicating resources to supporting the LGBTQ community.

(866) 985-0787
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LGBTQ+ and Addiction: Causes, Resources and Treatment
Substance use disorders have a greater effect on LGBTQ+ people than on the heterosexual population. The LGBTQ+ community must overcome several obstacles, including being denied substance abuse treatment because of their sexual identity. However, through the proper understanding and accommodation of LGBTQ+ care principles, substance abuse treatment can be successful.

877-589-4784

Internpersonal Neurobiology & Attachment Theory

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Kristin M. Snowden, MA is a licensed marriage and family therapist in California (#81413) who specializes in intimacy disorders, addiction recovery, and infidelity/betrayal trauma.

Kristin discusses theories and concepts from Dr Dan Siegal's book The Power of Showing Up and applies its tools to help us navigate parenting during crisis. Kristin psychoeducates on attachment theory and interpersonal neurobiology to provide context to creating healthy, securely attached children during times of threat, struggle, and crisis.

THIS IS NOT THERAPY

The book Kristin references in the webinar is The Power of Showing Up by Dan Siegal, MD and Tina Payne Bryson, PhD For more info on webinars and other great resources: https://sexandrelationshiphealing.com... https://www.KristinSnowden.com [email protected]

This is a full, unedited version of a monthly webinar that Kristin conducts every SECOND WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH 9:30 AM (pacific time) LINK TO WEBINAR: https://zoom.us/j/244109360 https://www.SexandRelationshipHealing... Co-hosted by Tami VerHelst [email protected]

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A list of treatment options from addictioncenter.com

8885250961

New Vision is a medically supervised, hospital-based service for adults experiencing impending or active withdrawal from alcohol, prescription medications, and/or certain drugs.

Our goal is to assist those in the community who are wanting and willing to stop using alcohol or narcotics. We have a safe, judgment free environment in a hospital setting aiding those who are afraid to withdrawal on their own. Our medical team has been trained on how to treat and which medications to administer to ease the pain and discomfort associated with detoxing. We accept most most commercial and private insurances as well as Medicare and most Utah Medicaid programs.

Open M-F, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

801-601-2388

Hours:
Seven days a week
24 hours a day

Hotline for runaway/homeless youth and their families.

(800) 786-2929

We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.

800-273-8255

Founded in 1982, the mission of Prevent Child Abuse Utah is to forge and guide a community commitment to prevent child abuse in all forms through programs, services, public awareness, education, public policy development, and system partner collaboration.

Utah Child Abuse Reporting Hotline: 855.323.3237

Two locations:
Salt Lake:
2121 South State Street, Suite 202
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
801.532.3404

Ogden
2955 Harrison Blvd, Suite 104
Ogden, UT 84403
801.393.3366

855.323.3237
National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network – Mental Health Fund (MHF).
Now accepting applications! Deadline March 31, 2021.

The MHF provides financial assistance to queer and trans people of color to increase access to mental health support for QTBIPoC by QTBIPoC. The program is designed to provide financial support for QTBIPoC to work with therapists in an effort to address the economic barriers inherent in healthcare and the mental health system. The MHF provides financial support for up to 6 sessions with a licensed therapist. Applicants can request up to $100 per session.

National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network – Mental Health Fund (MHF).
Now accepting applications! Deadline March 31, 2021.

The MHF provides financial assistance to queer and trans people of color to increase access to mental health support for QTBIPoC by QTBIPoC. The program is designed to provide financial support for QTBIPoC to work with therapists in an effort to address the economic barriers inherent in healthcare and the mental health system. The MHF provides financial support for up to 6 sessions with a licensed therapist. Applicants can request up to $100 per session.

StrongHearts Native Helpline 1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483) is a safe domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for American Indians and Alaska Natives, offering culturally-appropriate support and advocacy daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. CT. Anonymous and confidential. Callers reaching out after hours may connect with The National Domestic Violence Hotline, a non-Native based 24-7 domestic violence helpline by selecting option one.

The StrongHearts website also features a chat option to connect one-on-one with a live advocate.

1-844-7NATIVE (1-844-762-8483)

Trans Lifeline is a national trans-led 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to improving the quality of trans lives by responding to the critical needs of our community with direct service, material support, advocacy, and education. Our vision is to fight the epidemic of trans suicide and improve overall life-outcomes of trans people by facilitating justice-oriented, collective community aid.

877-565-8860
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National suicide and crisis counseling for LGBTQ youth.
Available seven days a week , 24 hours a day.
Local resource referrals available.
Chat and Text helplines are available. See website for availability and contact information.

866.488.7386

The LINKLine is Utah's 24/7 domestic violence crisis hotline.

Utah Domestic Violence LINKLine
1-800-897-LINK (5465)

If LINKLIne advocates are experiencing an increased call volume, calls will be forwarded to the National Domestic Violence Hotline.

National Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

1-800-897-LINK (5465)
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