mental health

Aldolphus Nickleberry hugs his grandchild, laughs with family in a dining room.

‘Meet me where I am’

During Sundance Film Festival 2022, University of Utah Health premiered “Meet Me Where I Am,” a documentary short film that follows the journey of 61-year-old Adolphus Nickleberry, a patient at our Intensive Outpatient Clinic (IOC).


Supporting mental health in schools

Partnership bolsters school mental health support systems and helps identify students who need help.


How to stay connected to nature through the winter

Time in nature has physical and mental health benefits, U researcher says.


25 years of lung transplants

Over the past 25 years the program has provided care to patients from Utah, Idaho, Colorado, Wyoming, and Arizona.


PBS Utah Town Hall: Your mental health

The event will broadcast live and stream online to reach the broadest, most diverse audience possible.


U to test if video games can relieve late-life depression

The clinical trial is supported by a $7.5M grant from the National Institute of Mental Health.


The camera look over the shoulder of a person looking at a computer screen with three brain scans on the monitor that show lit up areas of the brains where activity is occurring.

Studying the preteen brain for insights into mental health disorders

U of U Health and the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Consortium develop a resource to study how the brain changes and matures during adolescence.


College of Education to support mental health in rural Utah schools

A partnership will create a network to provide services to educators and students.


stock photo of a Black man dejected in front of a computer, with his head in his hands. Wearing a white button up shirt with blue polka dots, and wearing multiple bracelets on each wrist.

Public anti-Black violence and the mental health of Black Americans

A new study analyzes how highly publicized acts of racial violence impacts the mental health of Black Americans in the U.S.


Well-being Elevated seeks 150 student minds

U students can earn $75 by participating in a series of peer support sessions to learn life skills for well-being.