Sparking A Revolution!
Hearts and hands together for youth mental wellness.
Join the revolution in Summit County!
We don’t just talk
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:
Communities That Care
I believe the evidence-based, early prevention work of Communities that Care – and of all its coalition members – is critical to helping our children and teens live their healthiest, best lives. It is a privilege for me to be a part of such a vibrant, dedicated group of thought leaders.
DONATE TO CTC
Financial support is especially critical and allows
Communities That Care to continue offering our
current programs and expand our reach through
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.
Community Connecting Events
CTC is delighted to share Community Connecting Events offered by our coalition members. Check out our community calendar 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.
Heartfelt Words of Wisdom
The Latinx-Led Assessment used a community-engagement methodology that included input, participation, and reflections of the people and communities at the heart of Summit County. Our intention was to fully engage community members as partners in the assessment. Rather...
Hailee Hernandez is a first generation Mexican and Native American who grew up in Ogden, Utah. She attended USU for her bachelors in Family Consumer Human Development and Westminster for her Masters of Arts in Community Leadership with an emphasis in Trauma Resilience...
Mandy Pomeroy began her career in education as an elementary school teacher in the Sunnyvale School District (California) where she taught grades three through five, and was named Teacher of the Year in 2008. Since moving to Park City in March of 2013, she has become...
Communities That Care is the prevention coalition of Summit County. Think of us as the hub for all our youth-serving organizations to gather and work together to effectively prevent youth substance use and suicide. We are loyal to our partners, to our youth and parents, and to our community as a whole. We lead our community to work cohesively, collaborative and effectively through the collective impact model for effective community change.
We are 100% committed to helping you help them. Hearts and hands together for youth mental wellness!
Without their support, we wouldn’t be able to promote effective prevention of youth substance use and suicide among the parents and students in our community.