UNHS Behavioral Health

UNHS Behavioral Health

Utah Navajo Health System provides outpatient mental health services to treat various mental health illnesses. Services are offered through a therapist’s office or via telephone/telehealth visits.

UNHS Behavioral Health provides:

Alternative Treatments

Alternative treatments include Navajo traditional counseling and community wellness programs that complement traditional medicine for a more effective outcome of mental wellness. The Navajo culture, traditions and teachings are included in these alternative treatments to help individuals have a better understanding of how their overall health depends on their mental wellness.

Victim’s Advocate Program

The victim’s advocate program provides services to victims who were involved in a crime such as:

Victims are taken out of violent situations and provided shelter, assisted with court documents, or provided with temporary financial assistance.

UNHS Victim Services Areas

UNHS Victim Services also provides services in:

in the Navajo Nation portion of New Mexico.

Healthy Transitions - Iina Bihoo'aah Program

We also offer healthy transitional services for young adults (from ages 16 to 24) diagnosed with a mental illness who may need additional assistance in acquiring further education or employment.

UNHS Behavioral Health Department

UNHS Behavioral Health Department covers all four clinics in the Utah Navajo portion of the state in San Juan County and the northern part of the Navajo Nation. Montezuma Creek Health Center, Monument Valley Health Center, Navajo Mountain Health Center and Blanding Family Practice, in Blanding, Utah all fall under the UNHS service area. Victim services are available in the mentioned areas in New Mexico.

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