Local Mental Health

30 Nov 2018 4:22 PM | Dennis Alan Tucker (Administrator)
  1. North Ogden VA facility helping with mental health counseling for veterans (November 30, 2018) NORTH OGDEN, Utah — (KUTV) — Layton Police said a man involved in a situation that led to a S.W.A.T. situation Tuesday morning had a history with the military. The man, 43-year-old Jarrett Lichenstein, took his own life, police said. Those who work at the Veterans Affairs facilities want veterans to know help is available. Walk-up counseling is available at the Salt Lake facility and at a new satellite center in North Ogden closer to where the S.W.A.T situation unfolded.
  2. Childhood anxiety: How Utah schools are addressing rising mental health challenges (November 6, 2018) —AMERICAN FORK — The first day of school brought some challenges for Valerie Norton’s daughter. The third grader, who had never before demonstrated signs of anxiety, began having daily meltdowns.

  3. Utah teen mental health issues are on the rise November 1, 2018 —SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 News) - Teen mental health issues are on the rise, according to a new report released by the Utah Department of Health.



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