NAMI National Alliance on Mental Illness
St George, UT

Suicide Resources

Primary Care Network

The Primary Care Network (PCN) is a health plan offered by the Utah Department of Health. It covers services administered by a primary care provider.

Applications are only accepted during open enrollment periods, which are held when resources are available to cover more people. The federal government requires PCN to enroll more parents than people without children. Because of this, PCN may schedule separate enrollment times for parents and those without children. To qualify as a parent, you must have children age 18 or younger living at home with you.

PCN covers primary care services:

• Visits to a primary care provider
• Four prescriptions per month
• Dental exams, dental x-rays, cleanings, and fillings
• Immunizations
• Eye exam; no glasses or contacts
• Routine lab services and x-rays
• Emergency room visits (restrictions apply; see PCN Member Guide)
• Emergency medical transportation
• Birth control methods

Mental Health Court

HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act)

If your loved one with a mental illness is close to turning 18, or already over 18, you must understand how HIPAA might impact your ability to communicate with care givers about you loved one’s condition and treatment. Please familiarize yourself with the information in the documents below.

General Information


Nami Signature Programs Overview

Movies with Characters Coping with Mental Illness

2018-2019 Utah Healthcare Guide

Employment Assistance

Individual Placement and Support (IPS) / State Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)






Borderline Personality Disorder


Places to Get Help

  • Recovery Village: An organization dedicated to providing the best treatment possible to those struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders, such as mental illness
  • Start Your Recovery: A groundbreaking website developed by bringing together experts in substance abuse treatment from leading nonprofit, academic, and government institutions. Our goal is to offer people a single source of relatable, reliable information at any stage of their substance misuse recovery journey.