COMMUNITY RESOURCES

BESD Well-Being Website

Access the Box Elder School District Well-Being Website here: BESD Well Being Website

On this website you will find useful links, community resources, resources for families, and wellness tips.

BESD

2-1-1 Resource List

You can access the Box Elder County 2-1-1 list of resources by clicking HERE

Or if you prefer, you can ask for help finding resources over the phone by dialing 2-1-1.

You can also find 2-1-1 resources for strengthening families HERE

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Mental Health Directory

Here you will find a list of mental health resources in the area by clicking HERE

MH Directory

Food Resources in Brigham City

Box Elder Community Pantry

272 N 200 W Brigham City, UT 84302 and phone (435) 723-1449 Services- Customer choice food pantry. Eligibility- 185% of poverty level (medical expenses and child support can impact eligibility. Please call to apply). 

Acts Six Soup Kitchen

912 N. Main St. Brigham City, UT 84302 and phone (435)695-7448 Services- Hot meal served every Thursday night from 5-7pm. Eligibility- All are welcome 

Department of Workforce Services

138 W 990 S, Brigham City, UT 84302 and phone 435-695-2642 Services-Job training and unemployment. Food Stamp applications. Eligibility - They are there to help most everyone. Programs can be tailored to help individuals. 

Create Better Health

1 South Main Street, Brigham City, UT 84302 and phone 435-695-2542 Services- Teaches classes on how to prepare food on a budget. Eligibility- Anyone is welcome.

Youth & Family Resources

Youth Services - ​ Provides short-term assistance to youth (10-17) and their families at no cost. This prevention program is designed to prevent delinquent behaviors through positive youth and family development.

Bear River Mental Health - ​ A non profit agency who serves all individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. They employ over 100 professionals, including psychiatrists, medication providers, nurses, psychologists, clinical social workers, professional therapists and counselors, and case managers.

GRANDfamilies - A free service that assists all Utah families that are caring for a relative's child. Services include case management, psychoeducational and support groups, therapy services, as well as monthly social events.

Boys & Girls Club - ​ After-school program offered at Mountain View Elementary that promotes a safe, positive, and inclusive environment for all.

Care About Childcare - Free service to help families find high quality childcare and state subsidy child care. They also assist anyone interested in getting licensed in Family Child Care.

Suicide Prevention Resources

Live On Utah

Safe UT

Utah Crisis Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 (TALK)

How to have an effective conversation with kids. “Safe to Talk” video: HERE

How to help kids manage their range of emotions. “Safe to Feel” video: HERE

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