Recognizing the tremendous need for educating Utah inmate family and friends about the new challenges that arise when a loved one is incarcerated—Molly Prince founded the grassroots non-profit organization, UPAN along with Heather Fabian in 2012. As a licensed therapist in the State of Utah, Molly knows first-hand about the struggles inmates and their families face when trying to navigate the criminal justice system. Molly draws upon her vast experience, expertise, knowledge of community resources, and industry contacts to coordinate community outreach efforts through regular monthly meetings. She arranges guest speakers, and coordinates with other like-minded organization leaders to meet common goals. Molly is a vocal advocate for criminal justice reform and transparency within government agencies. Molly provides leadership and guidance by setting goals and directives to be carried out by the UPAN Board of Directors.
Molly Prince is an experienced Therapist / Owner at the Center for Individual Responsibility dba CIRCLE Treatment. Through a variety of approaches and modalities, she assists individuals in working through personal challenges and relationship issues in order to reach their highest potential. Molly also works with mandated clients. She accepts several insurances and has a sliding fee scale for cash clients.