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  • Around 274,000 Utah adults and children are living with mental health difficulty.
  • Our public mental health system addresses only about 14% of this need.
  • Utah has one of the highest uninsured rates in the country at 13.2%.
  • Psychiatric care is uniquely difficult to access, with high rates and long waiting lists.
  • The cost of needed medications alone can make treatment impossible.
  • 574 Utahns took their own lives in 2013. More troubling, Utah ranks high for youth suicides, with 5 young people (ages 10-24) attempting suicide each day.

Without Treatment

depressionYou can make a B I G difference.

Just $100 provides a new patient evaluation and the first month of medications.

Rest assured, your dollars are changing the odds for those who need it.



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Carina Dillon
Devin Ekins
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Aaron Guss, in honor of Tricia Cooke & Nikki McKenzie
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Connie Gardner
Leavitt Family Charitable Fund
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Megadyne Medical Products, Inc.
Herbert I. & Elsa B. Michael Foundation
Michaela S. Mohr, MD
Mike & Deborah Mohrman
Craig Peterson
Kyle Treadway, Kenworth Trucking
Greg Williams
Leslie Williams
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Larry H. Miller Charities
United Way of Salt Lake
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Why invest in a mental health safety net?


At the Polizzi Clinic, mental health problems are stabilized within an average of 6-8 visits and patients are ready to transition to primary care oversight.

At this point, the vast majority of adult patients have stable employment, increased income, improved overall health, and are often on their way to health care coverage.

The long-term impact for children and adolescents is even greater. Once stabilized, school-age children are often able to return to regular classrooms, focus and retain new learning, and relate better in social settings due to improved self-esteem.