Lindon Cares is an evidence-based prevention coalition working to strengthen families, build community resilience, and reduce the risk of addiction, substance misuse, abuse, and suicide.
Our Mission: Lindon Cares provides resources, education, and support to reduce the risk of abuse, substance misuse, and suicide while promoting supportive relationships and positive mental health in our community.
Classes for Adults
This evidence-based, national program teaches how to strengthen family bonds, improve communication, handle conflict in a healthy way, and help your kids avoid risky behaviors. Family dinner and childcare are included at no cost! (5 weeks, 2 hour sessions)
Come learn a new way to approach depression and anxiety in kids and teens. You'll learn how to handle challenging behaviors in a way that builds resilience and strengthens relationships. (1 hour)
Just like knowing CPR can save someone in a physical crisis, learning QPR will teach you to recognize and respond to an emotional crisis. This class just may help you save a life. (1 hour)
Classes for Teens
Healthy Coping Skills for Teens
This class offers practical and effective coping strategies. A Certified Recreational Therapist Specialist (CTRS) will teach youth evidence based coping skills to use daily when feeling overwhelmed, find connection and trust in relationships, and explore meaningful ways to spend time with loved ones. (2 hours, 4 weeks)
Just like knowing CPR can save someone in a physical crisis, learning QPR will teach you to recognize and respond to an emotional crisis. This class just may help you save a life. Adapted for peer to peer support for teens.
All classes/programs/presentations are free due to a grant from the Utah County Health Department