Mental Wellness

Park City Community Foundation "Re"commits to Mental Wellness in Summit County

Park City Community Foundation “Re”commits to Mental Wellness in Summit County

In September 2016, Grant Seaver and Ryan Ainsworth, both 13-year-old students at Treasure Mountain Junior High School, died within two days of each other due to synthetic opioid overdoses. These…

We're Hiring a Mental Wellness Alliance Coordinator

We’re Hiring a Mental Wellness Alliance Coordinator

Join our team! The Mental Wellness Alliance Coordinator will help coordinate community-wide efforts, leverage partnerships, accelerate multi-agency fundraising, and infuse equity and inclusion into the mental and behavioral health landscape…

Teen Mental Wellness - A Crest Speaker Series Conversation

Teen Mental Wellness – A Crest Speaker Series Conversation

On Tuesday, June 30, Park City Community Foundation hosted a Crest Speaker Series conversation on teen mental wellness. We discussed social media, screen use anxiety, depression, and suicide–especially in this…

Mental Wellness Alliance Partners Lead Increased Demand During COVID-19

Mental Wellness Alliance Partners Lead Increased Demand During COVID-19

Many of you have been outstanding champions for key programs that Park City Community Foundation operates, including the Mental Wellness and Early Childhood Alliances, the Solomon Fund, the Social Equity…

A Memorable Moment by Ollie Wilder: Launching the Mental Wellness Alliance 

A Memorable Moment by Ollie Wilder: Launching the Mental Wellness Alliance 

In September 2016, Grant Seaver and Ryan Ainsworth, both 13-year-old students at Treasure Mountain Junior High School, died within two days of each other due to synthetic opioid overdoses.   Their deaths shocked the whole…

Seven Year Old Erica Teaches Us Why Bilingual Mental Health Services are Crucial

Seven Year Old Erica Teaches Us Why Bilingual Mental Health Services are Crucial

Seven year-old Erica kept getting in trouble in school, and her family was looking for help. Why did she respond physically whenever she was provoked? The family’s first language is…