ABOUT SYSTEM OF CARE

Utah’s System of Care program is part of a nationally recognized, evidence-based approach to service for families and children with emotional and/or behavioral health needs who receive support from multiple agencies or organizations. Its “wraparound” approach has two decades of supported evidence that helps families and children get the right service at the right time and at the appropriate level.

The national System of Care philosophy is based on the following core values and guiding principles:

CORE VALUES



Community based

Family driven

Youth Guided

Culturally and linguistically competent

GUIDING PRINCIPLES



Broad array of effective services and supports

Individualized, wraparound practice approach

Least restrictive settings

Family and youth partnerships

Service coordination

Cross-agency collaboration

Services for young children

Services for youth and young adults in transition to adulthood

Linkage with promotion, prevention and early identification

Accountability

Parents/ Family


No matter the reason you need support right now, your care plan should be as unique as you.

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Youth


With System of Care, your voice matters. 

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Eligibility


Find out if you, your child or someone you know qualifies for System of Care services

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Refer


Together, we help families achieve the success you know they can.

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Stabilization & Mobile Response


Is your child in crisis?  We work with you and your family to create a plan that fits your needs

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Contact Us


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