Day Events

Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Walk

Come show support for Mental Health, Suicide Prevention and Explore Local Resources

Saturday, May 1st 11:00 AM- 1:00 PM

Cache Historic Courthouse

199 N Main Street

Cost: FREE

Weekly Events

Helping support local caregivers

Our caregiver support group is for those who are caring for a loved one. Here you are able to share your feelings and learn from others' experiences. Held every Tuesday at 1:00 over Zoom


Educating local caregivers

Our Caregiver Academy is for those who are caring for a loved one whether or not you are currently on our programs. Here you are able to gain some insights about caring for your loved one as well as share your experiences. This is held every Wednesday at 11:00 over Zoom.

Dementia Dialogues

4 sessions of basic practical training 

This program is designed to educate those who are careing for people with Alzheimer's and other related dementias. 

Ongoing Events

Participate in University Courses

For as little as $25/Semester

You may audit as many University of Utah courses numbered 1000-4999 as you'd like for just $25/ Semester from the comfort of your own home. Click the link below for more information.

Grandfamilies Support Group

Are you raising a relative's child?

Our 10 Week Support classes are currently being held virtually via zoom. Adult and Children's groups begin Thursdays January 28th at 5:30. Teen groups begin Tuesdays January 26th at 5:30. Click the link below for more information.

Suicide Support Group

4th Thursday of the Month at 7-8 PM

This is a support group held by the Cache County Suicide Coalition. This month they will be talking with those who have lost someone to suicide. 

Call (435) 792-6519 if you have questions. 


170 N Main St Logan UT

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