Child, Youth, and Families Mental Health

Children and adolescents thrive when their communities work together to support their needs and advocate for change. At the Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (DSAMH), we strive to better the social and emotional health of Utah’s children and their families. We are continually working to support child focused behavioral health initiatives while collaborating with stakeholders and community partners across Utah to advance behavioral health services across a full continuum of care in all settings for children and their families.


Infant / Early Childhood Mental Health

Infant / Early Childhood Mental Health

  • DSAMH is committed to building the capacity of parents, caregivers, and providers to support the social emotional needs of young children.

School Based Behavioral Health

School Based Behavioral Health

  • DSAMH is committed to increasing behavioral health access for school aged children and their families as well as strengthening community partnerships across Utah.

Transition Aged Youth

Transition Aged Youth

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Youth Suicide Prevention

Youth Suicide Prevention

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Family Peer Support

Family Peer Support

  • DSAMH is committed to supporting families through peer driven approaches to empower and provide hope and healing.

Intellectual / Developmental Disability and Mental Health

Intellectual / Developmental Disability and Mental Health

  • DSAMH is committed to increasing awareness and providing evidence informed training to expand provider competence and increase service access.

Substance Use

Substance Use

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First Episode Psychosis

First Episode Psychosis

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