Mental Wellness Alliance

Supporting health and wellbeing in our community.


Creating solutions that lead to better mental wellness community-wide.

The goal of the Mental Wellness Alliance is to facilitate and support county-wide, systemic, sustainable solutions aimed at improving mental wellness in our community — covering mental health and substance use, treatment and prevention, for both youth and adults. 

Mental health issues can not be effectively tackled without the whole community’s involvement. In close partnership with government, nonprofit, healthcare, and private sector leaders, Park City Community Foundation sparked the creation of the Summit County Mental Wellness Alliance in 2016. The Community Foundation now serves as the Alliance’s institutional hub, convening Alliance partners to ensure better mental health in both the short and long term.

The Alliance itself does not provide any direct services. Rather, it works with partners and community members in Summit County to foster collaboration, identify gaps in service and support, and facilitate funding opportunities to fill those gaps. Current Alliance partners offer mental health and wellness services for community members, and they are listed below.

Mental Wellness Alliance Partners

  • Summit County Health Department Behavioral Health Division: Focuses on enhancing the overall quality of life for Summit County residents related to mental health and substance abuse. The Health Department provides programs and access to clinical care for the unfunded and Medicaid recipients of Summit County.
  • Christian Center of Park City: As part of its comprehensive humanitarian mission, CCPC runs a Counseling Center whose caring psychologists, counselors, and coaches help individuals, couples, families, teens, and children in Summit and Wasatch Counties.
  • Jewish Family Service of Utah: Among other support services, JFS provides mental health services on a sliding fee scale to serve people at all income levels. 
  • CONNECT Summit County: Engages the community in increased understanding of mental health issues through education, programming, and awareness.
  • Communities That Care: Focuses on all things related to youth wellness, particularly substance use and suicide prevention.
  • Latino Behavioral Health Services: Raises awareness and increases the number of Latinos in Utah who are maintaining a state of recovery from mental illness and substance use disorders.
  • People’s Health Clinic: Provides no-cost quality medical services, including mental health referrals, to uninsured residents of Summit and Wasatch Counties.
  • Peace House: In addition to emergency shelter and crisis intervention and prevention, Peace House offers counseling and therapy services to victims of domestic violence and abuse. 
  • Summit County Clubhouse: A supportive, recovery-based environment for people living with mental illness that offers opportunities for friendship, employment, education, and community. 

The Mental Wellness Alliance also works collaboratively with a number of partners to ensure effective delivery of services to the community, including law enforcement, the school districts, and the Council on Aging.

Interested in participating? Contact Mental Wellness Alliance Coordinator, Linda Graves, at

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