Skip to main content

Behavioral Health

Overview

Behavioral Health

Overview

 

Our Behavioral Health services provide counseling and support services for refugees, immigrants, and other community members through affordable, trauma-informed, culturally-sensitive outpatient services. Our program allows individuals and families to build on their strengths and become integrated members of our local community.

Our licensed clinicians use evidence-based therapeutic approaches tailored to each client’s unique needs. Whether we are working to address adjustment disorders, depression, severe chronic illness, or counseling survivors of domestic violence, we strive to provide services that help individuals and families build on their strengths and become integrated members of the community.

Our Services

  • Outpatient mental health, substance use, and domestic violence services
  • Qualified clinical support using evidence-based methods
  • Language interpreting services
  • Individual and group psychotherapy
  • Individualized case management
  • Medication management
  • Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) and Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA)
  • Individual Placement Support (IPS) employment services

Our Partners

Latest News & Updates

It is out of compassion and gratitude that the local Asian community in Salt Lake City has been helping refugees, refugee youth, and human trafficking victims through the extensive social service arm of the Asian Association of Utah. In addition, we host an annual Utah Asian Festival each year to celebrate the diverse Asian cultures in Utah. The 47th Utah Asian Festival is Saturday, June 8th. This video was created to share more about it as we launch a Virtual Fundraising Campaign for AAU.

We are excited to announce that Kamala Ganesh, LCSW, has joined AAU’s Behavioral Health team as a therapist. Kamala graduated from West High School in Salt Lake City, attended the University of Virginia for undergrad before returning to Utah completing her Master’s Degree from the University of Utah in 2020.

Asian Association of Utah Names New Clinic Director
As the need for trauma-informed behavioral health services increases, AAU promotes veteran therapist as next Clinic Director to replace outgoing Andy Tran.

MENU CLOSE