Mental Health and Family Counseling Resources:

Youth Teen Crisis Helpline: Text TEEN2TEEN to 839863

Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK(8255)

Crisis Text Line: Text HELLO to 741741

SafeUT: Download app, or call/text 833-372-3388, visit their website:

Jordan District Wellness: (Classes offered for parents and students on: parenting, ADHD, study skills, grief, dealing with adolescence, etc.)  Schedules are available online or in the counseling center. Refer to the district web site for further information.

Everyday Strong The United Way: Mental health resources and support

Division of Youth Services: (801) 269-7500 (Helps families in crisis, open 24-hours a day 7 days a week)

Valley Behavioral Health (Children services)
(888) 949-4864
3809 6200 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84118
– Nonprofit network to help Children with affordable counseling and social services
– Counseling to manage autism, anger, school disruption, trauma, mental illness, substance abuse, homelessness and other
outpatient programs available
– For more information visit:

Optus Health Services
(877) 370-8953
2525 Lake Park Blvd
West Valley, UT 84120
-A mental health network to help identify a provider for a person’s needs.
– For more information visit:

Family Support Center
1760 W 4805 S (Admin Office)
Taylorsville, UT 84129
– Free services for: crisis nursery, family mentoring, and adoption respite care
– Affordable parenting classes, individual and family counseling, and single-parent Lifestart Village
– For more information visit :

Refugee Center


Center for Disease Control (CD):

World Health Organization (WHO):

Other Resources: 

Skyward Family Access: (Allows you to check your student’s grades and attendance plus contact teachers via e-mail).

Keys to Success: Unlock your Future! Create an account to help plan your future, connect to scholarships, internships, and opportunities that match your specific career interests. If you have any further questions please contact your counselor.

Utah Scholars: Utah Scholars have made the choice to be ready for their futures by committing to take the Utah Scholars Core Course of Study in grades 9-12. Utah Scholars partners school districts with local community and business leaders in an effort to increase the number of Utah students accessing and completing post-secondary education.      

JATC (Jordan Academy for Technology and Careers): (An option for students to earn high school and college credit through Salt Lake Community College in the area of Career and Technical Education.)

Utah Students Connect: Jordan School District and six other school districts have combined efforts to form a consortium called Utah Students Connect. The consortium will allow students in our district to enroll in online courses for original credit (not recovery or make-up credit).

Shmoop:  Free Learning Guides, Online Courses, College Readiness Prep, and Test Prep balance a teen-friendly, approachable style with academically rigorous materials to help students understand why they should care.

Salt Lake Community College Concurrent Enrollment: Information on how to enroll and what classes to take.

Utah State Core Curriculum: (This website contains information about some of the tests students take in middle school and high school: CRT and DWA)      

NCAA Clearinghouse: (Information on eligibility requirements to play Division I, NCAA sports)

Utah Colleges: (Website with information and links to all of Utah’s Colleges and Universities)

Internet Safety: (Tips for parents on how to reduce internet crimes against children)

Adobe Suite: Students have access to Adobe products through the district. This link talks about those products: