Mental health is just as important as physical health. That’s why Day One, a nonprofit in Harrisville, is dedicated to fostering resiliency in families and individuals because that’s what gets us through tough times.
Day One provides quality therapeutic, educational, and support services to underserved people throughout Utah. They believe that education is key to getting off to the right start, this includes basic healthy living skills that many of us take for granted. Youth exiting foster care can have a tough time and up to 25% become homeless within the first year, so Day One sets them up for success by providing Transition to Adult Living Starter Kits.
In addition, they provide mental health therapy and resiliency workshops for the community. They also offer individual and group therapy to help through challenges and instill confidence. To learn more and show your support, please visit DayOneCommunity.com.
SelectHealth recognizes the lasting impact by Day One as another example of how Utah Gives Back.
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