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Community Health & Wellness

In 2015, Teton County published an updated Community Health Needs Assessment. The CHNA was the end product of more than a year’s worth of collaborative work that was led by Teton County Public Health and St. John’s Health engaged 40 agencies and dozens of community members. The resultant document identified “Access to Care” as the number one community indicator. Hidden within “Access to Care” was a growing concern: that the community had a concomitant issue with access to mental and behavioral health care.

In the fall of 2016, St. John’s Health Foundation (SJHF) was pleased to receive a private grant to begin to gather qualitative information about mental health access in partnership with: Curran Seeley Foundation, Jackson Hole Community Counseling Center, St. John’s Health, Teton County Public Health Department, Teton County School District, and Teton Youth & Family Services.

To read the full Mental Health Report, please click here.

Click here, to read the article published by the Jackson Hole News & Guide about the Mental Health Report.

Mental Health resource line

We understand that seeking help can feel overwhelming, and you may not know where to turn. St. John’s Health maintains a mental health resource telephone line, which is available to anyone, including those struggling with issues from substance abuse to family members concerned about a loved one. When calling or texting, you will be connected to a licensed mental health professional that will assist you in finding services in the community that can help support you or your family’s needs.

Call or text 307.203.7880 to be connected with a licensed mental health professional at St. John’s Health. This service is available Monday–Friday from 8 am–4 pm. Messages left on the resource line will be returned within 24 hours.

For help with a mental health crisis, contact the Jackson Hole Community Counseling Center’s 24/7 crisis line at 307.733.2046. In an emergency, call 911.

For more information about local resources, please click here.

Mental health and the community systems that support it are a vital part of our lives in Teton County.

St. John’s Health Foundation is proud to have five key Program Partners (links below) for this important data collection project. By working together on community-supported solutions, we can strengthen the resources that we have and ensure that everyone has the access they need to mental health care.

Local Mental Health Resources

Program Partners:


National Mental Health Resources


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