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A healthy, safe environment for your recovery
Whether you’re recovering from a mental illness, an addiction, or another mental concern, Salt Lake Behavioral is here to help.
You will be seen by board-certified providers, licensed therapists, and registered nurses during your stay.
Our modern building includes tons of natural light, semi-private bedrooms and up-to-date safety features.
Located off 700 E and 3900 S, Salt Lake City
Same Day Appointments
To make an appointment, simply call 801-264-6000.
No appointment needed – our staff is ready to help you whenever you need it.
Easy to refer
Easy referral process for providers, with care coordinators designated for specific units
From depression and anxiety to medical detox, Salt Lake Behavioral Health is here to help you or your loved one find a healthy baseline.
Adult Mental Health
Our facility provides acute psychiatric care for those experiencing symptoms such as suicidal thoughts, self-harm, depression, anxiety, and more
Adolescent Mental Health
Our adolescent mental health unit accepts youth ages 12-18 Adolescents will be seen by licensed therapists and psychiatrists.
Our facility offers a 30-day residential addiction medicine treatment program. The program features individual therapy and one on one sessions with a provider.
For those needing medical supervision while detoxing from drugs or alcohol, our facility provides 24/7 registered nurses.
Our facility has a specialized unit for those suffering from more acute psychiatric problems such as psychosis, delusions and hallucinations.
Military Trauma Unit
Specialized unit for active-duty and veterans who suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Call 801-850-1982 for more information.
Your Mental Health Journey Starts Here
Flexible appointments and walk-ins welcome
Or call — 801-264-6000
“I had been suicidal for years. I had sought help before but it was like ‘Here’s some medication, sleep it off and go back to everyday life.’ I just felt myself falling further and further into the darkness. Coming here, they opened my eyes. They gave me the hope back that I needed.”
TSGT RET Jason Lee
Founder of Project Unbreakable, Former Patient