Community Resources

Last Updated: 1/4/2019 8:36 PM

Community Resources

Below is a list of Community Resources available in the valley. The expenses for assistance from community resources, outside the school setting, are the responsibility of the parent/guardian. Please contact the individual resource with the contact information below to inquire regarding services and fees.

1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433)

Bear River Alcohol and Drug
655 E 1300 N
Logan, UT 84321
435-792-6420 ext 421
Hotline: 435-881-0358

Bear River Mental Health
90 E. 200 N.
Logan, UT 84321

A comprehensive community mental health center serving the mental health and behavior health needs of children, adolescents, and adults.  Services include individual, group, and family therapy, assessments, and emergency services.  Services to Medicaid recipients are free.

PO Box 3617
Logan, UT 84323-3617
435-752-4493, 435-753-7054
24 Hour Crisis line: 435-753-2500
Community Abuse Prevention Services Agency (CAPSA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, and providing education in order to prevent violence in our community.

Cache Valley AIDS Council
435-753-6521 (leave message)

Cache Valley Community Health Clinic
272 1/2 North Main
Logan, UT 84321
Tuesday and Thursday evenings only                                                                                                     

Child and Family Support Center
435-752-8880, 435-752-8884, Toll Free 877-900-CFSC (2372),
380 W. 1400 N.
Logan, UT 84321

The Child & Family Support Center envisions a more fully educated, empowered and engaged community in which all families and children can benefit from the services we provide. These goals and objectives include the following to help achieve long-term successful results: 1. Assurance of safe and immediate care for children who may be at risk for abuse; 2. Modeling and teaching acceptable, accountable and appropriate behaviors for adults and children; 3. Healing opportunities for children, adults and families who have suffered from effects of abuse and/or have been victims of abuse; 4. Providing needful family outreach services.

Family Institute of Northern Utah
435-752-1976, 435-755-6707,
956 S 100 W, Ste. 203
Logan, UT 84321

Finding solutions for individuals, couples, and families who: Struggle with anxiety or depression; Want to improve relationships; Have experienced abuse or trauma; Have been victims of crime; Want to learn healthy communication skills; Have parenting concerns; Have adolescents at risk; Want to improve self-concept. Services include: Individual Therapy; Marriage and Family Therapy; Group Therapy; Child Play Therapy; Evaluations

Franklin County Medical Center
208-852-0137, Trent Alder ext. 107
44 N. 100 E. Street,
Preston, ID 83263

Licensed social worker providing services at the hospital.


24 hour assistance: drug rehab and addiction recovery centers.

Idaho Dept. of Health & Welfare
800-926-2588, Preston Office 208-852-0634, 208-852-2136
223 North State
Preston, ID 83263
Pocatello Office 208-239-6240 or 6239                            
24-hr emergency 208-235-5869                                                    

Adult & child mental health assessment and therapy services.

LDS Family Services
435-752-5302, 435-753-9007,,12264,2873-1,00.html
175 West 1400 North, Suite A
Logan, UT 84321-6816           

Counseling and Resources: Information about counseling services and a library full of articles dealing with social, emotional, and spiritual challenges.  Birth Parents: Assistance for birth parents and others facing an unplanned pregnancy. Adoptive Couples: Help for couples interested in adoption. Addiction Recovery Program: LDS Family Services sponsors addiction recovery support meetings to assist individuals who desire freedom from addiction and a better life through gospel fellowship.

Logan Regional Hospital
Behavioral Health Unit, 435-716-5320
Emergency Room 435-716-2240
Hospice of Cache Valley 435-716-5349
500 E 1400 N
Logan, UT 84321
Marriage & Family Therapy Clinic
Utah State University
493 N. 700 E.
Logan, UT 84321

Marital and family therapy provided at a low cost by graduate students supervised by licensed clinic faculty members. 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK (8255); 1-888-628-9454 (en espanol) or

Priestley Mental Health, Inc.
208-852-2370, 208-852-5570, David Priestley 208-339-0227
75 S. 1st W.
Preston, ID 83263         

Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) services is a program were qualifying children, adolescents, and adults receive individual and/or group skills training tailored to their unique needs.  There are additional funding avenues available for services other than Medicaid.

Psychology Community Clinic
Utah State University
Dept. of Psychology
2810 University Blvd.
Logan, UT 84322

Adult & child services, individual, couple, and family therapy.  Cost of services is determined on a sliding scale based on family income. 

435-797-1510,, Hotline: 435-797-RAPE (7272)
850 E 1200 N
Logan, UT 84321

The USU Sexual Assault & Anti-Violence Information (SAAVI) at the Student Health & Wellness Center provides safe and confidential support, advocacy, and information to ANYONE at USU who is a survivor of or has questions about sexual assault, rape, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, hate crime, hazing, etc.  

(800) 928-9139,

Idaho Addiction Rehabilitation Centers: On this page you can find listings for 194 programs in ID offering rehabilitation counseling.