The Utah Clubhouse Network (UCN) hosted its annual conference on Wednesday through Friday on the USU Eastern Campus in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center.
This year, the conference’s theme was “Bones of Recovery” and featured attendees from Journey House in Layton, Alliance House in Salt Lake, New Reflections in Tooele, the local New Heights Clubhouse and more. The clubhouse model is a worldwide, evidence-based mental health program that aims to assist those that experience mental illnesses.
The purpose of the conference was to provide a number of opportunities, trainings and more for those in attendance.
In conjunction with the conference, a mental health walk was hosted on Friday. This walk began at the Eagle’s Nest on the university’s campus and snaked its way around the neighborhood, ending at the Pioneer Park pavilion where those that participated were served lunch.
The walk was open the public and featured speakers from Four Corners Community Behavioral Health (FCCBH) and members of the community.