Valley is a proud partner and resource to the community of Tooele County. We are here to help by providing support and treatment for a variety of behavioral conditions. We are a responsive community partner empowering individuals and families to lead more fulfilling lives by providing appropriate, innovative, outcome-based programs, tools, services, and resources across the continuum of health and social needs. Learn more about the programs and services we provide.
– Relationships Issues
– Anger Management
– Self-Esteem and Confidence
– Substance Use Treatment
– LGBTQIA+ Support
– Bipolar Disorder
– Children, Youth, and Teen Services
– Eating Disorders
– PTSD and Trauma
– Couples Counseling
– Severe Mental Illness
– Individual, Family, and Group Therapy
– Other Mental Health Support Needed
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Tooele MCOT services are operated 24 hours a day 7 days a week for anyone in the Tooele County area. Our team is certified with the state as an MCOT team and are certified, Case Managers, and mental health officers. This team is used for any type of mental health crisis and works with the State of Utah UNI crisis line.
565 West 900 South
Certified by the International Center for Clubhouse Development, Valley is one of more than four hundred such programs worldwide. The clubhouse model offers treatments based on member’s unique abilities and talents. New Reflection House is designed to build self-esteem, develop work skills, complete educational goals, help members return to productive employment in the community and obtain affordable housing. Members pursue educational goals through the school districts, work in positions at the Clubhouse, and for employers in the community.
100 South 1000 West
The Tooele provides a range of outpatient mental health and substance use services for adults and children in Tooele County via in-clinic and telehealth. Our Tooele clinicians are highly trained and utilize innovative resources to achieve optimal short-term outcomes and long-term solutions. Clinicians provide evidence-based individual, family, and group therapy, Case Management, Medication Management, and more.
100 South 1000 West
Adult Recovery Treatment program (ART) Step Down Program
Adult Drug Court Step Down Program
Drug Court Services is available to qualified adults with criminal charges. Drug court requires a minimum commitment of 12 months, the 12 months are broken down into 5 phases. Treatment involves evidence-based individual and group therapy that varies by phase from 2 to 5 days a week with mandatory urinalysis testing a minimum of 3 times per week.
Tooele’s School-Based Mental Health Services provides children with an experienced mental health therapist at their school. Valley works closely with children, family, and school staff to increase success in class, with peers, family, and in the community. School-based services are located in various schools in Tooele County. Please contact us to see which schools participate.
“When I first came to Valley I had the desire to stay clean. But I honestly didn’t know how. I didn’t have any of the tools I needed to have a successful recovery. The therapists had compassion and understanding for anything I was going through or have been through. They helped me decide what medications would help me. It didn’t matter what kind of a day I was having they were always there to help me. I would go to the group meetings and always learn something about myself. I am a recovering heroin addict, today I am 581 days clean. I still use mind-body bridging, daily, a group taught by one of the best people I have ever met. Going to group meetings every day, I really considered everyone that worked there as my family.”
“Valley has given me guidance and support to get my life back. When I came into the program, I was homeless, I was not living with my children, and had damaged all relationships with my family. After 20 years of active addiction, Valley provided me with the tools to live a life of recovery, rebuild my family relationships, and become a productive member of society. After completing treatment, Valley gave me the opportunity to give back to the JRI program by mentoring and assisting others with their substance use treatment. I will forever be grateful for the support and guidance I continue to receive from Valley.”
“With the help of Valley, I have been able to learn skills, work through past obstacles, and prepare better for the future. I have been able to improve relationships and I am developing skills and habits to better manage my life. The staff at Valley care and provide me with the tools and support to help me grow. By getting help from Valley I can continue to grow, learn, and improve. Support and resources are available with Valley. The first step is reaching out.”
Provider and Community Partner lists can be provided in print within 5 days of request.
If you need assistance or to schedule an appointment, call (435) 843-3520 and talk live to one of our trained representatives.
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