Invisible Conditions Alert Program

Utah’s Invisible Condition Alert Program is a voluntary program that allows a person with a qualifying physical or mental condition to have a decal placed on a driver’s license or ID card.

UTAH's - S.B 148 Program

Utah’s Invisible Condition Alert Program is designed to promptly notify first responders about a person’s invisible condition that may directly impact the person’s ability to communicate. Early identification of an invisible condition during interactions allows first responders such as law enforcement, firefighters, or emergency medical personnel to approach situations with heightened awareness and respond appropriately.

1. As Mental Health Care Professionals practicing in Utah, it’s necessary for us to provide informational resources about this initiative to our clients in accordance with Utah’s Code 58-1-603. Additionally, you will be required to verify the presence of an invisible condition.

2. Below are links that will help you access these informational materials.

Utah Driver License Division 

Invisible Condition Request Form

Invisible Condition Removal Form

Statement of Invisible Condition

The Invisible Conditions form must be submitted to the Driver License Division (DLD) by mail, fax, email, or at an office location. For more information on this program, visit the DMV invisible condition site at or contact DLD customer service at 801-965-4437.

Utah Health Care Professionals as defined in Section 53-3-207:
A Licensed Physician, Physician Assistant, Nurse Practitioner, or Mental Health Therapist; or any other licensed health care professional the division designates

3. Invisible condition” means a physical or mental condition that may interfere with an individual’s ability to communicate with a first responder, including:
(i) a communication impediment;
(ii) hearing loss;
(iii) blindness or a visual impairment;
(iv) autism spectrum disorder;
(v) a drug allergy;
(vi) Alzheimer’s disease or dementia;
(vii) post-traumatic stress disorder;
(viii) traumatic brain injury;
(ix) schizophrenia;
(x) epilepsy;
(xi) a developmental disability;
(xii) Down syndrome;
(xiii) diabetes;
(xiv) a heart condition; or
(xv) any other condition approved by the department.

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