Veteran Mental health Services

Suicidality | Trauma | Addiction

Losing control? We can help.

Key Program Features

  • Inpatient treatment programs for suicidality, addiction and trauma
  • In network with TriWest
  • Dedicated VA care coordinator – talk to the same person every time when planning admission
  • No out-of-pocket fees for veterans
  • Wide range of therapies, including recreation therapy, pet therapy and expressive therapy
  • Experienced clinical team
  • Travel to facility covered for veterans


    “The treatment team was phenomenal. It was imperative that I addressed my trauma at the same time as my substance abuse…The team did a great job of pushing and encouraging me to dig deeper into my trauma, teaching me how to cope and live with it in a healthy way.” – C.P.

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     Why Choose Us?

    Program Highlights

    Watch this video to learn more about our program and what veterans might experience while in treatment here


    94% of addiction medicine patients agree or strongly agree that overall they were very satisfied with their treatment


    95% of addiction medicine patients agree or strongly agree that they feel better now then when they admitted


    91% of addiction medicine patients agree or strongly agree they would recommend the facility

    About Our Programs

    Salt Lake Behavioral Health offers 4 programs for veterans. 

    Suicide Crisis Hospitalizations – If a veteran is experiencing an acute mental health crisis with suicidal ideations, they can call or walk into our facility at any time for hospitalization without a referral.

    Addiction Medicine 30-Day Program – Veterans experiencing substance abuse can attend our live-in addiction medicine program with a referral from their local VA. 

    PTSD 30-Day Program – Veterans suffering from acute PTSD can attend a live-in PTSD program at SLBH with a referral from their local VA. 

    Outpatient Trauma Therapy – Veterans can attend our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), which is several hours of therapy, three times a week.