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RESOURCES

COUNSELING AND SOCIAL 

WORK RESOURCES.

Four Corners Community Behavioral Health:

Emery County

(435) 381-2432
45 East 100 South
Castle Dale, Utah 84513

Carbon County

(435) 637-2358
575 East 100 South
Price, Utah 84501

Four Corners has 26 different licensed clinicians and therapists to choose from. It is also the sole source provider for most citizens that qualify or currently have Medicaid insurance.

Gray Matters Counseling

(435) 437-4852 or (435) 637-0467
23 South Carbon Ave. Suite No. 5
Price, Utah 84501
greg.graymatters@gmail.com

graymatterscounseling.com

We all see life through our own prism, with different shapes, colors and ideas. For example, what do you think of when you hear the name Gray Matters Counseling? Life experience, Depression, Unclear solutions?

UT Price Family Services Agency

435-637-2991

630 West Price River Drive
Price, Utah 84501

UT Price Family Services offers support groups, counseling services, single expectant parent services, and adoption consultations.

Jay Jeppson, PhD

(435) 637-2358
(435) 820-2199
575 East 100 South
Price, Utah 84501
Clinical Psychologist

Heath Earl, PhD

(435) 637-6348
590 East 100 North
Price, Utah 84501-2640
Clinical Psychologist

Kara Heugly Counseling

(435) 637-0171
70 West Main Street
Price, Utah 84501

khcounseling.wordpress.com

Karl Kraync, CRC, NCC, LCMHC

(435) 637-3130

98 South 300 East

Price, Utah 84501

Karl Kraync has a master’s in counseling psychology from the University of Utah. As a Counselor, 50% of his practices are Substance Use Disorder related.

USU Eastern for Students

Karl Burnside

(435) 613-5337

Jennifer Leavitt Student Center Rm 233

451 East 400 North

Price, Utah 84501

Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Student Counseling Center provides free counseling on a short-term basis for many concerns and issues facing today's college students.

Burt Bruno, LCSW

(435) 637-5032

(435) 650-6562

Christopher Gravett, LCSW

(435) 610-1896

Deanna Fulcher, RN, CGP

(435) 630-3985

Eating to Heal: Nutritional Counseling. Learn how healing your gut may help with recovery and other illnesses.

Dannette Moynier, LCSW

(435) 650-3013

(435) 637-4800

Jan Thorton, LCSW

(435) 749-2584

Green River Medical Center:

Amber Fowler, CMHC

(435) 564-3434

John Dahle, ACMHC

(435) 564-3434

Carbon Medical Center:

Helper

(435) 472-7000

East Carbon

(435) 888-4411

 

MEDICATION- ASSISTED TREATMENT & HARM REDUCTION RESOURCES.

Carbon Medical Center:

East Carbon

(435) 881-4411

331 HWY 123

Sunnyside, Utah 84539

Helper

(435) 472-7000

125 South Main Street

Helper, Utah 84526

carbonmedicalservice.com/

Carbon medical has two locations: one in East Carbon and a newly-expanded clinic in Helper. Both locations have a pharmacy for your convenience, full-time providers, and a fleet of certified nurses to assist you with any health-related questions or needs. A full-time dental clinic has been opened in East Carbon that is fully equipped to serve you and all of your dental needs. All service fees are based on a sliding scale.

Green River Medical Center

(435) 564-3434

585 West Main Street

Green River, Utah 84525

Green River Medical Center provides Primary Care, Dental Services, and Behavioral Health Services for patients of all ages. They also have a Pharmacy on-site to fill prescriptions. GRMC provides Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for those on the journey to recovery.

Sterling Potter, MD Family Medicine

(435) 637-6190 ext. 3906

945 Hospital Drive # 2

Price, Utah 84501

Dr. Potter and his staff are trained to meet the diverse health needs of children and families.

Southeast Utah Health Department (SEUHD) Harm Reduction

(435) 636-1176
(435) 636-1157

28 South 100 East

Price, Utah 84501

seuhealth.com/

HCV/HIV testing offered at Southeast Health Department Harm Reduction Fridays 3:00PM-7:00PM.

Operation Recovery

(435) 613-1420
77 S 600 East Suite C

Price, Utah 84501

cpowell@fourcorners.ws

Operation Recovery offers various resources to help individuals find physical and emotional stabilization, detox safely, and gain skills to live a fulfilling life in recovery. They offer case management, medication, individual and group therapy, and skills development.

Positive Pathways/Peaceful Transitions

(435) 299-5003

23 South Carbon Ave Suite 21

Price, Utah 84501

postivepathways101@gmail.com

zenarobinson5200@gmail.com (Life Coach)

sabrinakcarter.wixsite.com/positivepathways

Providers at Positive Pathways strive to optimize health and wellness by using evidence-based medicine to strengthen the mind and body. Services include prescription management of psychiatric medication and transitional life coaching.

 

ALTERNATIVE PAIN MANAGEMENT RESOURCES.

Matsuda Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine

(435) 650-2302
894 East 100 North

Price, Utah 84501

Matsuda Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine uses time-tested, traditional Oriental medicine. They treat individuals using a holistic approach that can simultaneously heal physical, emotional, and spiritual ailments. They seek to help their patients live without pain, have more energy, prevent disease, and heal illnesses.

Tai Chi with Active Re-Entry

for more information and availability contact Lisa Martinez
435) 637-4950 ext. 107

Tai Chi can alleviate chronic pain by teaching relaxation methods, strength of body and mind, and by relieving stress and anxiety.

Scoville Chiropractic Pain Relief Clinic

(888) 637-4802

248 South Utah Highway 55

Price, Utah 84513

Whether you're looking for relief from severe chronic pain, searching for ways to beat the aches and pains of day-to-day living, or seeking the "holy grail" of optimal health and peak performance, the Scoville Chiropractic Pain Relief Clinic can help.

Healing Arts Center
Southeastern Integrative Yoga and Mindfulness Classes

(435) 637-5556
790 N. Cedar Hills Drive

Price, Utah 84501

healingartscenter.net

Call for class schedules, additional information, or questions.

 

RECOVERY 

RESOURCES.

Lost and Found Ministries

Lost and Found Ministries seeks to educate Christians, church leaders, and ministers about addiction and to provide those who are struggling with addiction the necessary tools to overcome.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

Addiction Recovery Program

Alcoholics Anonymous & Narcotics Anonymous

For further information please visit:

Utah Support Advocates for Recovery Awareness (USARA)

(877) 921-0330

Shirley Wayman: (385) 707-3785

Mersades Morgan: (435) 299-8677

Peer Recovery Coaches

67 East Main St.

Price, Utah 84501

facebook.com/groups/usara.price

USARA’s mission is to celebrate, advocate, support, and empower people in all stages of addiction recovery through building community, connection to resources, and raising awareness that long-term recovery is possible.
USARA offers all pathways to recovery meetings, we currently have meetings every day but Saturday and that may change. For days and times please reach out to our office.

CRAFT (Community Reinforcement and Family Training)

(877) 921-0330

67 E Main St

Price, UT 84501

www.myusara.com/price/

A safe space for families of those affected by addiction to gather for support in their everyday lives.

Women’s Group

Trinity Christian Center

925 East Main Street

Price, Utah 84501

Tuesdays - 6:00PM

Gather with women who are going down the same paths as yourself. A safe space for all.

Alcohol Rehab Help

Recovery Advocate

Jenny Long

407-809-1303

alcoholrehabhelp.org

Mental Health awareness is a year-round thing. Addiction is a disease, and it is very difficult to overcome alone. We provide free resources and information to help struggling individuals & families get their lives back on track, including relapse prevention skills.

 

IN-PATIENT TREATMENT

RESOURCES.

Pavilion at Mountain View Hospital

(435) 465-7041

1000 East 100 North

Payson, Utah 84651

The Pavilion at Mountain View Hospital is a short-term, comprehensive inpatient psychiatric program. It is designed to meet the emotional and psychological needs of adults ages 18 to 55. In addition, their Geriatric Psychiatry services are designed to meet the emotional and psychological needs of senior adults ages 55 and over.

Provo Canyon School/ Residential Treatment

(801) 491-3910

4501 North University Ave

Provo, Utah 84604

Provo Canyon School, founded in 1971, is accredited by the Joint Commission and is licensed by the State of Utah to provide Residential Treatment to youth between the ages of 8 and 18. They are known for their comprehensive programs that provide a wide range of individualized and compassionate care to the students and families they serve. They are committed to providing innovative, evidence-based therapeutic interventions, academic instruction, and life-skills training tailored to the individual needs of each student.

University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute

(801) 583-2500

501 Chipeta Way

Salt Lake City, Utah 84108

Specialists at the institute treat conditions like anxiety, eating disorders, major depression, mood disorders, personality disorders, schizophrenia, and substance abuse/chemical dependency for all ages.
Their inpatient facility is designed to offer a safe and healing environment, while taking advantage of the picturesque mountain setting. In addition, they provide a continuum of exceptional patient care through intensive outpatient programs, day treatment, and outpatient services throughout the Salt Lake Valley.

SUICIDE PREVENTION

RESOURCES.

National Hope-Line Network

1(800) SUICIDE (784-2433)

National Suicide Hotline

1(800) 273- TALK (8255)

Suicide Prevention Hotline for Law Enforcement Personnel

1 (800) 267-5463

 

MEDICATION DISPOSAL DROP BOX LOCATIONS.

Helper Clinic

125 South Main Street
Helper, Utah 84526

Helper Police Department

97 South Main Street
Helper, Utah 84526

Castleview Hospital

300 Hospital Dr
Price, Utah 84501

Castleview Urgent Care

317 East 100 North
Price, Utah 84501

Price City Police Department

910 North 7th East Street
Price, Utah 84501

Carbon Medical Service

331 UT-123
Sunnyside, Utah 84539

East Carbon Police Department

101 West Geneva Dr
East Carbon, Utah 84520

Emery Medical Center

90 West Main St
Castle Dale, Utah 84513

Boyd’s Family Pharmacy

25 West Main St
Castle Dale, Utah 84513

Green River Medical Center

585 Main Street
Green River, Utah 84525

 

NATIONAL
ASSISTANCE.

 

OTHER

RESOURCES.

Southeast Utah

Health Department

(435) 637-3671
28 South 100 East
Price, Utah 84501

seuhealth.com

Savannah Eley

(435) 636-1157

seley@utah.gov

Opioid Prevention Specialist

Amanda McIntosh

(435) 637-1153

amcintosh@utah.gov

Suicide Prevention Specialist

Southeastern Utah Health Department offers a variety of services: Baby Your Baby, Cancer Prevention/Be Wise, HIV and STD Testing, Home Visitation, Immunizations, Medicaid Newborn Home Visits, Tuberculosis Screening, Well Child Screening, and WIC (Women, Infants, and Children).

Stop the Opidemic

Stop the Opidemic advocates for safer opioid use, encouraging people to steer clear of opioids, avoid taking more, never share painkillers, get rid of unused meds, reach out, and to carry naloxone.

Use Only as Directed

Use Only as Directed is a website that offers a three-part solution to better opioid use: Speak Out, Opt Out, and Throw Out. They advocate for opioid safety and connect communities with their local medication disposal drop-boxes.

Active Re-entry: Disability Services

(435) 637-4950
10 South Fairgrounds Road
Price, Utah 84501

arecil.org

Active Re-Entry is a community-based program that seeks to assist individuals with disabilities. They strive to help individuals achieve self-sufficient, productive lives in their own communities and homes.

Castle Country Pregnancy Resource Center

(435) 637-LOVE (5683)

castlecountryprc.org

Castle Country Pregnancy Resource Center offers the following FREE services:
● Pregnancy tests
● Father Mentoring
● Options Peer Counseling
● Post-Abortion Peer Support
● Earn-While-You-Learn Program

The Substance Use in Pregnancy Recovery Addiction Dependence Clinic (SUPRAD)

(412) 523-8187
(801) 213-0806
(435) 637-2358

Marcela Smid, MD, MS, MA, from the University of Utah is partnering with local healthcare officials to provide a clinic for pregnant women who have a Substance Use Disorder. Dr. Smid provides a judgement-free zone and safe environment for expectant mothers. * Grant Funded Program

VA Medical Center

(435) 613-0342
189 South 600 West Suite B
Price, Utah 84501

A Medical Clinic that exclusively serves Veterans, offering a variety of services in Carbon County.

Colleen Quigley Women’s Center for Domestic Violence

(435) 637-6589
475 West Price River Drive Suite #152
Price, Utah 84501

This local shelter will help women who are victims of domestic violence. Abuse can be caused by a spouse, boyfriend or girlfriend, cohabitants, or even other family members. It is not a homeless shelter.

Cacilia Jensen

(435) 299-0003
575 East 100 South
Price, Utah 84501

cjensen@fourcorners.us

“A good half of the art of living is resilience.” -Alain de Botton

Utah State University- ACT

(Acceptance and Commitment Therapy)

ACT Guide is an online self-help program designed by psychologists at Utah State University to foster emotional wellbeing and help individuals cope with mental health issues including depression, anxiety, and stress.
• Participation is open to all adults aged 18 years and older
• Currently enrolled USU students can access the program for free for six months
• Members of the general public can pay $10 to access the program for six months

Castle Country Youth Center Detention

(435) 636-4740 or 636-4720
1395 So. Carbon Ave.
Price, UT 84501

jjs.utah.gov

24 Hour Services

Mission: The Division of Juvenile Justice Services is to be a leader in the field of juvenile justice by changing young lives, supporting families and keeping communities safe.

Utah State University Extension:

Carbon

Emery

(435) 636-3233

(435) 381-2381

Homemaking, food preservation, life skills, health and wellness, relationships, animal and yard care, and insect identification.

Health Extension: Advocacy, Research & Teaching Initiative (HEART)

extension.usu.edu/heart/

Ashley Yaugher, PhD
(435) 636-3276

HEART brings unique academic resources into the community, partnering locally and nationally to address the opioid epidemic and other pressing public health issues.

 

EMERGENCY 

RESOURCES.

Castleview Hospital: Emergency Room

(435) 637-4800

Green River Medical Center

(435) 564-3434

University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute (UNI) Crisis Line

(801) 587-3000

UNI Crisis Text Line

(435) 636-3187

Utah Poison Control Center

(800) 222-1222

The Good Samaritan Law

If you think someone is overdosing, call 9-1-1. The Good Samaritan Law enables bystanders to report an overdose without fear of criminal prosecution for possession of controlled substances.

Naloxone

Naloxone is a safe antidote to opioids that has no risk of abuse and will not help or harm someone if they are overdosing on another drug. To find Naloxone in your area, visit naloxone.utah.gov.

 

HEALTHCARE

SERVICES.

Advanced Surgical Associates of Price

(435) 613-7874
945 West Hospital Drive, Suite 4
Price, Utah 84501
castleviewmedicalgroup.com/

Dr. Jeffery and his staff are committed to providing the high-quality care their patients deserve, while treating them with the utmost respect. Their main goal is the satisfaction, confidence, and comfort of their patients.

Castle Country Orthopedics & Sports Medicine

(435) 613-6600
4242, 377 North Fairgrounds Road #2
Price, Utah 84501

Dr. Justesen and Dr. Kelly are the physicians that operate at Castle Country Orthopedics & Sports Medicine. They provide services for fractures, sprains, carpal tunnel, sports injuries, trigger finger, osteoporosis, back pain, joint degeneration, and more.

Castle Valley Foot & Ankle Specialist

(435) 637-6797
230 North Hospital Drive, Suite 4
Price, Utah 84501
castleviewmedicalgroup.com/

Dr. Brian Griffeth and the team at Castle Valley Foot & Ankle specialize in medicine and surgery of the foot and ankle. Whether your pain is annoying or excruciating, Castle Valley Foot & Ankle will diagnose the issue that may be causing you pain and recommend a treatment plan that meets your needs.

Castleview Hospital Women's Services

(435) 637-4800 ext. 3160
300 North Hospital Drive
Price, Utah 84501
castleviewhospital.net/

Castleview Hospital Women’s Services offer education and assistance to families preparing for the birth of a child, such as: prenatal classes, Smart Start classes, breastfeeding education and support, and Sibling Classes (which encourage big brothers and sisters to be part of the event).

David Bradshaw, MD & Hollie Stapley, PA-C

(435) 613-2229 ext. 3976
280 Hospital Drive #2
Price, Utah 84501
bradshawobgyn.com/

At his OBGYN clinic, Dr. Bradshaw and his staff provide a full range of inpatient and outpatient care to women of all ages in all stages of life; including puberty, childbearing, menopause, and aging.

Eastern Utah Family Medicine

(435) 637-3584
317 East 100 North
Price, Utah 84501

Eastern Utah Family Medicine offers:
● Obstetrics
● Sports Medicine
● Pediatric Medicine
● Geriatric Medicine
● Women’s Services
● Adolescent Medicine
● Preventative Medicine
● Acute and Chronic Adult Medicine

Eastern Utah Spine & Pain

(435) 613-PAIN (7246)
230 North Hospital Drive Suite 2
Price, Utah 84501
drrussbeecher.com/

Eastern Utah Spine and Pain Center offers:
● Chronic Pain Treatment
● Physical medicine and rehabilitation
● Therapeutic and diagnostic interventional pain procedures
● Non-surgical evaluation and treatment of spine, nerve, and musculoskeletal pain
● Nerve conduction studies and EMG (to diagnose nerve related conditions including carpal tunnel syndrome)

Eastern Utah Women's Health

(435) 637-0313
77 South 600 East Suite B
Price, Utah 84501
Danielle Howa Pendergrass DNP, APRN, WHNP

info@easternutahwomenshealth.com

easternutahwomenshealth.com/

Eastern Utah Women’s Health has created a comfortable, trusted place for women to go for their most personal healthcare needs. A place where you can take the time to sit down and openly discuss your health care questions, concerns and problems. Whether it is a simple preventative visit, or a complex hormonal consultation, they are there to listen, guide, and assist you in your healthcare decisions.

 

COURTS-

CARBON COUNTY.

7th District & Juvenile Court

(435) 636-3400

East Carbon Justice Court

(435) 888-6613

Helper Justice Court

(435) 472-3039

Price Justice Court

(435) 636-3289

Wellington Justice Court

(435) 637-5353

 

COURTS-

EMERY COUNTY.

Castle Dale 7th District & Juvenile Court

(435) 381-5419

Castle Dale Justice Court

(435) 381-5194

Green River Justice Court

(435) 564-3204

 

PUBLIC SAFETY-

LAW ENFORCEMENT.

Carbon County Sheriff’s Office

(435) 636-3251

Emery County Sheriff’s Office

(435) 381-2404

Price Police Department

(435) 636-3190

East Carbon Police Department

(435) 888-2081

Wellington Police Department

(435) 637-4830

Green River Police Department

(435) 564-3474

USU-Eastern Police Department

(435) 613-5612

 

PUBLIC SAFETY-

FIRE DEPARTMENT.

East Carbon Fire Department

(435) 888-2100

Emery Fire Department

(435) 381-5540

Green River Fire Department

(435) 564-3229

Helper Fire Department

(435) 472-3572

Price Fire Department

(435) 636-3187

Wellington Fire Department

(435) 637-5213