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DSAMH

Utah Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health

Physical Address: DSAMH Public Information Office 195 North 1950 West Salt Lake City, Utah 84116

Phone: (801) 538-4410

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Hours: Monday–Friday, 8AM -5PM Closed State and Federal Holidays


The Utah Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health is the State agency responsible for ensuring that prevention and treatment services for substance abuse and mental health are available statewide. If you, a friend, or family member is struggling with a mental health problem or with alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs, there is help available. Hope and recovery are possible.

The Local Mental Health and Substance Abuse Authorities set their own fees and may be contacted for options of services and payment. The Division also acts as a resource by providing general information, research, and statistics to the public regarding substances of abuse and mental health services.  DSAMH provides oversight and strategic direction to the local mental health and county governments.

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The Local Mental Health Authorities are required to provide the following mandated services which include: 

  • Inpatient Care—Hospitalization for psychiatric needs

  • Residential Care—Temporary supervised living with mental health treatment

  • Outpatient Care—Individual and group therapy

  • Twenty-four Hour Crisis Care—Emergency crisis consultation

  • Medication management—Psychiatric medication

  • Psychosocial Rehabilitation—Services intended to train or retrain a consumer to function at his or her highest ability
 
  • Services to people with mental illness residing in jails or other correctional facilities
  • Community Support—Housing, respite, and skill development for independent living
  • Consultation and Education Services—Treatment consultation and education about mental illness
  • Case Management—Process to help people with mental illness obtain necessary services