Spirit of Utah
You may find yourself overwhelmed with the events of 2020; it’s been a trying time for many of us. Though we have seen discord between some, we have seen many more acts of kindness, service in abundance, and found meaningful connection in alternative ways.
We’ve connected through video calls and emails, learned new hobbies like making bread, and may have adapted to a better work-life balance. Utahns care so deeply for one another and are willing to go above and beyond to support and check-in on each other.
We hope you continue to expand your selfcare, deepen relationships with your family, friends, and neighbors, and continue to rise above all the challenges we face. If you need support, there are local organizations to help with mental health, food insecurities, medical concerns, dental needs, or emotional support. Please visit utahgivesback.com to learn about many of these services.
We are all in this together and we’ll only get through it together. SelectHealth recognizes the inspiring spirit of Utahns as another example of How Utah Gives Back.
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