We collaborate with mental health, wellness, nonprofits, businesses and advocacy organizations in our community, state and nationally because we can make a far more profound impact working together than we can alone. We ideate and strategize with people and organizations to develop wellness solutions and systems to inspire and help people to connect with themselves and others as they move forward on their wellness journeys, understand their purpose and reach their aspirations.
We encourage people to check out and vet these organizations to determine if they may be a fit for your current and future wellness needs.
Our collaboration partners include:
Christian Center of Park City (CCPC) – a nonprofit Christian humanitarian community resource center that helps improve the lives and people and communities through meeting immediate and basic needs, serving as a leading networker of community resources. CCPC offers counseling and care support, giving hope to those they serve.
Cook Center for Human Connection – a conduit for bringing together the best organizations, programs, partnerships, research, policy, products and events to create the human connections that are vital for strong mental health. Their mission is to prevent suicide, provide mental health support and resources globally to help people to thrive.
TrailTalk – provides “walk and talk” therapy to give clients an experience of the healing power of nature as they move their bodies to clear their minds. Their model of care destigmatized access to mental health services, providing busy, functional people with “mental health tune-ups” to reach their full potential, becoming their authentic, true self.
CONNECT – A grassroots, non-profit community advocacy organization and mental health service provider in Summit County, bringing together Summit County residents who are loved ones, friends and colleagues of people struggling with mental health challenges.
Communities that Care – is a prevention coalition and hub for youth-serving organizations in Summit County. Working together to effectively bring about positive change, Communities that Care offers effective youth substance-prevention programs, educations and systems that attract and engage both youth and parents who are curious and for those in need.
Haum Meditation – a resource for a holistic approach to alternative medicine and healing; teaching techniques and lifestyle choices that improve wellbeing. Cindy Hallows, owner and facilitator of Haum Meditation has been teaching and practicing mindfulness and meditation for over two decades. Her knowledge ranges in all major traditions and aspects of meditation. Cindy is a Certified Yoga Therapist, Master Reiki Practitioner, ThetaHealer, Holistic Nutritionist, and a Certified Meditation Guide. Find more offerings and services from Cindy Hallows and Haum Meditation.