285 W. 800 S.
Roosevelt, Utah 84066

(435) 725-6300

1140 W. 500 S. #9
Vernal, Utah 84078

(435) 789-6300


Who We are
Northeastern Counseling Center was established in July, 1997, through an Interlocal agreement among the Daggett, Duchesne, and Uintah County Boards. The agency was formerly known as Unitah Basin Counseling and has been providing mental health and substance abuse services to the citizens of Northeastern Utah since the mid-eighties.


Life is full of challenges, transitions and adjustments, no matter how young or old you are. Our counselors are trained to intervene or provide support for a countless number of issues. Northeastern Counseling Center is a professional organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals, families, and the community by providing comprehensive and effective behavioral health services through a caring, responsive partnership.

NCC provides counseling, therapy, addiction treatment and services for families and children. We are dedicated to helping others by utilizing the method and manner which best fits the therapist and client. We approach our work and our world with professionalism, a variety of treatment approaches, flexibility and humor. We encourage individual styles within our operational structure because therapy is an art, and the road to healing a process which is different for each individual. [LEARN MORE]

Individual Counselling
Group Counseling
Prevention & Education
Addiction Recovery
Psychiatric Medication
Emergency Services

Getting Started
Anyone can be referred to the Northeastern Counseling for services - a professional referral is not necessary. To access services, please come into the Roosevelt or Vernal offices during normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm) and request services (for yourself or another individual). This information is confidential.

The receptionist you speak with will give you some paperwork that needs to be completed before the Intake can be scheduled. If it is an emergency you will be offered an opportunity to speak with an emergency crisis clinician.

During the intake appointment, a clinician will gather information through a confidential interview. This interview will last approximately one hour. The clinician will then present the case to the clinical team who will make recommendations for services.

You can complete this paperwork and bring it in before your first appointment.

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