Sparking A Revolution!

Hearts and hands together for youth mental wellness.

DONATE TO CTC

Financial support is especially critical and allows
Communities That Care to continue offering our
current programs and expand our reach through
new programs.

Communities That Care

It’s up to our young people to prevent themselves from entering into risky behaviors, it’s up to family and community to give them the tools to know how.

Lynn Ware Peek

Mom, CTC Chair, and KPCW host

Join the revolution in Summit County!

We don’t just talk

we act.

Feel great about your kids.
Know they have been empowered.
Watch them thrive! 

CTC invites you to come rally around our youth and
be a part of the revolution:

GET HELP FOR YOUR CHILD/TEEN

Whatever you are going through, you don’t have to go through it alone. We’re here to help you get the support you need.

PROGRAMS & EVENTS

CTC offers FREE Community Connect Events each month for parents and kids that are fun and informative to support youth mental wellness. Check out our events page to learn more. 

RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES

Being a friend is mostly about being there. We have the resources and options to support you, a loved one or a friend with your mental health needs.

UPCOMING EVENTS – JOIN US!

Heartfelt Words of Wisdom

ABOUT US

Communities That Care is the prevention coalition of Summit County. Think of us as the hub for all our youth-serving organizations. We work together to effectively bring about positive change. We are loyal to our partners, to our youth and parents, and to our community as a whole. Offering effective youth substance-prevention programs, education, and systems that attract and engage both youth and parents who are curious, and for those in trouble.

We are 100% committed to helping you help them. Hearts and hands together for youth mental wellness!

Contact:

Mary Christa Smith
MCSmith@CTCSummitCounty.org

PO Box 683666
Park City, UT 84068

SPONSORS

We’d like to thank our sponsors.
Without their support, we wouldn’t be able to promote mental wellness among the parents and students in our community.