How does HOME work?
You will receive all your routine medical care and mental health care at our clinic in Research Park at the University of Utah. If you need specialty care, we will help you find it through the University of Utah Health Network.
Is HOME just for children?
There are no age limits in the HOME Program. We provide lifespan care to people who are eligible for our services.
Who works in the HOME program?
Our team includes the following: Family Practice Physician, Psychiatrists, Pediatric and Family Nurse Practitioners, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, DSPD Support Coordinators, Medical Assistants, Behavior Specialists, Case Managers, and Support Staff.
Where do I go for urgent care or in an emergency?
During business hours, you can call the HOME Program and we will schedule an appointment. Urgent appointments can also be scheduled with any University of Utah clinic. In an emergency, you should go to the nearest hospital emergency room.
Can I keep my current primary care doctor?
The HOME Program is a coordinated care model where primary care and mental health care are delivered together. To be in the program, enrollees must receive both from us.
How will my medicines be taken care of?
Your clinical team will oversee your medication needs. You will call your medical assistant for medication refills.
Can I see a counselor if I need one?
All enrollees can see one of our Licensed Clinical Social Workers for counseling if they need to.
Who do I call if I have general questions?
Any member of the HOME Program team can be reached at 801-581-5515.