Utah County Crisis LineA Service of United Way of Utah County
Utah County Crisis Line

Does it cost any money to call?

The service provided by the Crisis Line is completely free. Individuals may call as many times as needed. No charge will be applied.

What kind of crises does the Crisis Line deal with?

The Crisis Line is an independent organization without any affiliation to a particular hospital or group. For that reason, the Crisis Line is able listen and help with any type of crisis problem. The Crisis Line does not provide professional therapy.

Where is the Crisis Line located?

The Crisis Line is located in Provo. The specific location is kept confidential to protect callers and volunteers.

What does the Utah County Crisis Line do?

The Crisis Line offers 24-hour help to any individual facing any crisis. By listening carefully, the Crisis Line empathizes and appropriately directs callers to those who can provide long-term solutions.

What DOESN'T the Utah County Crisis Line do?

The Crisis Line does not provide professional therapy.

Does it cost any money to call?

The service provided by the Crisis Line is completely free. Individuals may call as many times as needed. No charge will be applied.

Are any of the calls recorded?

None of the calls are audio recorded in any way or for any purpose.

Can I call the Crisis Line on behalf of a friend or relative who is facing a crisis?

The Crisis Line encourages friends and relatives of those facing a crisis to call. We have many community resources we can refer you to for your particular situation.

Will the Crisis Line offer me counsel on how to help a friend or relative?

The Crisis Line will help the caller generate options to help and provide referral numbers for long-term solutions. But the Crisis Line does not offer therapy or professional counseling.

Utah County Crisis Line Office (801)226-4433