No one should have to go through a crisis alone.  And that includes you.

What is a Crisis?

A crisis is any situation in which an individual perceives a sudden loss of his or her ability to use effective problem solving and coping skills.  

Each person experiences things differently.  What a "crisis" means to you may be different than what it means to someone else--and that's just fine.  Here are just a few examples of crises. 

  • Relationship difficulties (such as divorce, or a breakup)
  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Thoughts of suicide
  • Economic difficulties
  • Abuse (physical, emotional, or sexual)
  • Domestic violence
  • Drug or alcohol use
  • Addictions
  • Concern about a loved one

No matter what your crisis, the Utah County Crisis Line is here to help.  Call 801-691-LIFE now.

Worried about a loved one?  Check out our page on Crisis Intervention.

Looking for community resources?  Head on over to our Community Resource page.