Mental Health Treatment Services for Adults

Emergency Services
Agency hours are 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Walk-ins after that can call 625-3700 24-hours a day. In the event of a medical emergency, clients are encouraged to go directly to McKay-Dee Emergency Department or call 911. Licensed professionals provide 24-hour emergency services with consultation available from a psychiatrist. Emergency services can be obtained by calling (801) 625-3700. Weber Human Services and McKay Dee Hospital determine conjointly the need for psychiatric hospitalization.
Mental Health Treatment Services for Adults

Eligibility
Weber Human Services currently provides services for Adult individuals who are eligible for Medicaid, who reside in Weber and Morgan Counties. Weber Human Services also provides Crisis Services for all residents of Weber and Morgan Counties, and services for individuals who are civilly committed. There are also limited services available for individuals who have no insurance or other payment sources.

Cost
There is no cost for services, except where co-pays apply, and when private insurances are billable.

The following mental health services are available through Weber Human Services, depending on an individual's need and funding requirements or restrictions:

Outpatient Services
Adult mental health and substance abuse outpatient services are offered to individuals, families and groups. Outpatient services include individual and group behavior management, individual and group therapy, and medication management.

Residential and Residential Support Services
WHS manages a Men's and Women's combined Residential facility for sixteen Seriously and Persistently Mentally Ill SPMI clients (9 male and 7 female) and one (1) placement bed available for a client in transitional or hospital diversion/ crisis situations. WHS also coordinates housing placements in various privately held rental units, such as Ogden Housing Authority, St. Benedicts Manor, Three Links Tower, Bramwell Court and Adams Place. WHS has a very close working relationship with Problems Anonymous Action Group (PAAG) which has many housing resources as well. A vast majority of the PAAG housing available is utilized by current or past WHS clients.

Mental Health Inpatient Treatment Services
Inpatient services are offered to adults experiencing an acute need for psychological and/or psychiatric services. A multidisciplinary diagnostic and treatment team will assist the client in identifying and alleviating acute symptoms.

Skills Development Services
Adult Skills Development Services (ASD) are rehabilitative services provided to an individual or group in an outpatient setting, day treatment program, residential program or other appropriate setting. These services assist individuals in developing competence in basic living skills such as meal planning, shopping, food preparation, money management, mobility, grooming, personal hygiene and maintenance of a living environment.

Targeted Case Management
Case management assists eligible clients not only in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational and other services, but also ensures coordination between all agencies and providers involved in a client's treatment.

Medication Management Services
These services are provided to individuals whose psychiatric needs include prescribing, administering, monitoring, or reviewing medication and/or medication regime.

Emergency Services
Agency hours are 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Walk-ins after that can call 625-3700 24-hours a day. In the event of a medical emergency, clients are encouraged to go directly to McKay-Dee Emergency Department. Licensed professionals provide 24-hour emergency services with consultation available from a psychiatrist. Emergency services can be obtained by calling (801) 625-3700. Weber Human Services and McKay Dee Hospital determine conjointly the need for psychiatric hospitalization.

Mental Health Services for Children and Youth

Eligibility
Weber Human Services currently provides services for children and youth who are eligible for Medicaid, who reside in Weber and Morgan Counties. Weber Human Services also provides Crisis Services for all residents of Weber and Morgan Counties, and services for individuals who are civilly committed.

Cost
There is no cost for services, except where co-pays apply, and when private insurances are billable.

The following mental health services are available through Weber Human Services, depending on an individual's need and funding requirements or restrictions:

Outpatient Services
Weber Human Services provides outpatient treatment to children eligible for Medicaid between the ages of 0 through 18 and their families. Interventions include individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, and medication management services.

Case Management
Case management is a method of helping children and their families coordinate and connect with valuable resources; assess and develop a service plan; monitor service provision; and advocate for child and family rights.

Family Support/Respite Care
Respite care and family support gives families of children with at risk behaviors the break that all parents need from the demands of raising a family. Short term in-home and out of home services are available.

Archway Receiving Center
Weber Human Services is a collaborative partner with the Archway Receiving Center. Clinicians have access to the 24-bed facility for youth between the ages of 12 through 18 experiencing emotional and/or behavioral problems that are disruptive in the home environment. The program also offers a strong parenting component.

Emergency Services:
Agency hours are 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Walk-ins after that can call 625-3700 24-hours a day. In the event of a medical emergency, clients are encouraged to go directly to McKay-Dee Emergency Department. Licensed professionals provide 24-hour emergency services with consultation available from a psychiatrist. Emergency services can be obtained by calling (801) 625-3700.

Weber Human Services and McKay Dee Hospital determine conjointly the need for psychiatric hospitalization.
Substance Abuse Treatment Services for Adults

Eligibility
  • Weber/Morgan County residents
  • Pregnant Women and IV drug users have priority admission.
  • Clients may be referred from court systems, AP&P, DCFS, DWS, or may be voluntarily self-referred.
Cost
  • Medicaid will pay for treatment services; UAs are not covered.
  • Fees for non-Medicaid clients based on income and specialty program requirements.
Services Provided
  • Treatment is evidenced-based and cognitive behavioral in format emphasizing personal accountability and skills development to support drug-free living.
  • Day treatment and residential services available depending on funding.
  • Medication management services needs are assessed and accessed as needed.
  • Random UA testing done at least twice weekly.
  • Twelve-step or other community-based support groups are encouraged.
Specialty Programs
  • Drug Diversion: referrals from the Weber County Prosecutor's Office
  • DUI Education Services
  • Specialty Women's Services (Clean Start)
  • Child Protection Drug Court: referrals from the Second District Juvenile Court
  • Domestic Violence Perpetrators (depending on slot availability)
  • Domestic Violence Victims—Children & Adults
  • Adult Felony Drug Court
  • Emergency Services
In the event of a medical emergency, clients are encouraged to go directly to McKay-Dee Emergency Department. Licensed professionals provide 24-hour emergency services with consultation available from a psychiatrist. Emergency services can be obtained by calling (801) 625-3700.
Substance Abuse Services for Youth

Mission Statement: It is the mission of the Specialized Family Services Team to effectively decrease adolescent substance abuse, reduce problem behaviors exhibited by teens, and enhance the general stability of the family by engaging and empowering families in high quality, cost-effective services.

Services Provided: Well qualified counselors provide outpatient and intensive substance abuse counseling for adolescents and their families. When appropriate, these services are connected with juvenile court programs such as Probation State Supervision and the Juvenile Drug Court.
  1. Family counseling is most often provided directly in the home of the adolescent client.
  2. Group counseling services that have been shown to reduce substance abusing behavior are also available.
  3. These services are supplemented by access to quality psychiatric care, academic and vocational assistance, parent training interventions, and ongoing drug testing.
  4. Coordination of care with other community agencies is also provided as necessary.
Costs: Weber Human Services is a provider for many insurance companies. For individuals and families without insurance, a sliding-fee scale is available that is based on income and other factors such as number of people living in the home.
Substance Abuse Prevention Services

The Utah Prevention System relies on local prevention coordinators that are responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating prevention services in their area. The Weber Human Services prevention team has developed a comprehensive prevention plan to address our local prevention needs while being vigilant in using prevention programs shown to be effective with the particular target audience. They work with local community coalitions in analyzing information from the Student Health and Risk Prevention Survey (SHARP) to help direct services and leverage resources to best meet the needs of our communities.

To view a copy of the SHARP survey results for the Weber/Morgan are, Click Here.

In addition to coordinating local prevention resources, our prevention team offers several direct services that include (but are not limited to):
  • Community Awareness Presentations Click Here for a List of Presentations
  • In-Classroom Presentations
  • Parent and Teen Alternative Program
  • Guiding Good Choices
  • Prevention Dimensions Training for school teachers
  • DUI Education for those under 21
  • Systematic Technique for Effective Parenting (STEP)
Click Here for a List of Specialized Programs

Call us for more information!
801-625-3674
Senior Services

Eligibility: Senior citizens that reside in Weber and Morgan Counties, also Adults with disabilities.

Cost: A combination of donations and fees depending upon center locations.

The following services are available. Please contact Weber Human Services Aging Department for more information.

Information & Assistance
Questions are answered regarding the programs and services available in the Weber and Morgan County area.

Outreach, Advocacy & HIIP
Screening, eligibility review, advocacy and supported access to community programs. Counseling regarding the most recent health insurance information.

Ombudsman
Investigation by a certified ombudsman on complaints about long term care facilities.

Legal Services
Consultation on legal concerns such as guardianship, health care & housing.

Transportation
A ride for seniors who have no other means of transportation to access appointments, senior centers or other community interests.

Senior Centers
Community based centers where seniors can socialize and access other service programs such as congregate meals, nutrition/health screening and promotion, recreation and education.
  • Golden Hours 399-5230
  • Happy Hours 629-8346
  • Harrisville 782-2407
  • Hillside (Roy) 773-0860
  • Lakeview 399-8392
  • Morgan 845-4040
  • Northview 782-6211
  • Ogden Valley 399-8392
  • Plain City 399-8392
  • South Ogden 393-9539
  • Union Gardens 392-7230
  • Wash. Terrace 621-0161
Home Delivered Meals
Hot nutritious meals are delivered daily to homebound seniors, except weekends and holidays, when frozen meals are available, in advance, if needed.

Volunteer Services
The Volunteer Center recruits seniors and coordinates their service and support to the community through one of dozens of project sites at local organizations throughout Weber and Morgan Counties. The Senior Companion Program (SCP) helps seniors through assisted transportation, companionship & respite for caregivers. Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) recruits seniors and coordinates their services and support to the community. The Foster Grandparent Program (FGP) provides mentorship and support literacy for students kindergarten through sixth grade.

Telephone Reassurance & Friendly Visitor
Isolated and homebound frail elderly are contacted by personal visit or telephone call for the benefit of companionship and support.

Senior Employment Program
Supervised job placement, training and experience are provided, at community service oriented work sites, for low-income seniors trying to re-enter the work force.

Medicaid Waiver
Services covered by Medicaid but not available through other means can be provided through the Home & Community Based Services Waiver. Services include Case Management, Adult Day Care, Personal Care Aide, Homemaker Aide, Respite Care, Transportation, Personal Emergency Response Systems, Supplemental Meals. Eligible seniors are 65+ and meet the basic Nursing Facility Level of Care and special Medicaid Financial Eligibility criteria.

The Alternatives Program*
A variety of home and community based services are available to keep functionally impaired adults from premature institutionalization. These services include Case Management, Homemaker Aide, Personal Care Aide, Chore Services, Personal Emergency Response Systems, Equipment Loan and/or Purchase, Home Delivered Meals, Liquid Supplemental Meal, Modifications to Home, Adult Day Care and Residential Living. Eligibility is based on income and assets along with the present and eminent risk of nursing home placement.
*Please note that this service requires a small fee based on income/assets.

Caregiver Support
The purpose of the Utah Caregiver Support Program is to provide information, assistance, support, caregiver training, respite, and counseling to caregivers of adults 60 years or older. Services include Adult Day Care, Personal Care Aide, Homemaker Aide, Companionship Service, Equipment & Assistive Devices, Education, Training, & Support Groups, Caregiver Counseling. Services are intermittent and short-term.