Care and Counseling Centers
Iina Bihoo’aah Program
The purpose for the Iina Bihoo’aah Program (IBP) is to promote a healthy transition into adulthood and responsibilities by improving emotional
and behavioral health within the youth and young adult population ages 16-25 who have a serious mental illness or serious emotional disorder.
Utah Office for Victims of Crime
Anywhere, anytime, anyone can become a victim of a violent crime. Each year the Crime Victim Preparations Program reaches out to thousands of victims
who have suffered financial loss, physical injuries and emotional trauma as a result of violent crime. The assistance provided by this program
helps victim build, recover and rebuild their lives. LEARN MORE
Contact: Lynn Bia, UNHS, Victim Advocate
Phone: 435-651-3762 | Fax: 435.651.3376 Attn: Lynn Bia
Address: East Hwy 262 PO Box 130 Montezuma Creek, Utah 84534
State of Utah Commission on Criminal & Juvenile Justice
Utah Office for Victims of Crime
Crime Victim Preparations Program
350 East 500 South, Suite 200 Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
UNHS Behavioral Health
The Utah Navajo Health System (UNHS) service area is located in the southern portion of San Juan County and includes the Utah Strip of the Navajo
Nation. The majority of patients (79%) who access medical, dental, and behavioral health services at the four UNHS health centers: Monument
Valley Community Health Center, Navajo Mountain Community Health Center, Montezuma Creek Community Health Center and Blanding Community Health
San Juan Counseling
Providing mental health and substance abuse treatment services for San Juan County residents, San Juan Counseling is a Special Service District much like the Health Care District for the County. They provide professional treatment, education and advocacy in a caring and collaborative manner in order to strengthen and maintain emotional well-being, growth and dignity for individuals and families.
Anyone can be referred to San Juan Counseling for services. Just call 435-678-2992 or 1-888-833-2992 (toll free) or visit their main office at 356 South Main St. in Blanding during regular business hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday).
Four Corners Care Center
Residents of the Four Corners Care center receive supportive Behavioral Health and traditional consultation/practice intervention. Referrals or requests receive an initial assessment to determine their treatment plan and signatures on appropriate documents. Therapy is provided to those who are challenged with having to move away from their families and home due to health problems. These individuals are also going through adjustments to living in a nursing home/residential care facility. The behavioral health services offered are: Individual therapy, group therapy and Traditional Consultation/practice intervention
Contact: The residential advisor for Four Corners care center or any of the nursing staff who can make the referrals on behalf of the clients to UNHS Behavioral Health department can be reached at 435-651-3741.
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