General Information Lines:


211 Information and Referral: A free service that connects callers with local resources in their communities.  Available in English and Spanish.



Crisis Hotline Numbers:

UNI Warm Line: A non-crisis support line available from 9am -10pm, 365 days a year.

UNI Crisis Line: A 24 hour phone service staffed by mental health           

professionals for a person experiencing a crisis.


Mobile Crisis Outreach Team: A team of mental health professionals       

available 24/7, 365 days a year to help anyone in crisis anywhere.


National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 24 hour, free, confidential suicide

prevention hotline.                                                                     


Division of Child and Family Services 24/7 reporting line (DCFS):               

Call to report child abuse.



Youth Services: Our services include shelter care for youth from birth to age 18,

counseling, crisis therapy, substance abuse treatment and mental health services,

juvenile receiving centers, after school programs, life skills through prevention classes,

and 24/7 residential, and housing options for young adult’s ages 18-21 that qualify.



Safe UT: Provides 24/7 crisis intervention and emotional support in any type of crisis.



Trevor Lifeline (LGBTQ): Our trained counselors are here to support you 24/7. If you are a young person in crisis, feeling suicidal, or in need of a safe and judgment-free place to talk.



Therapy/Counseling Resources:


Valley Behavioral Health: Provides therapy for people of all ages who are experiencing serious mental illnesses, substance use disorders and behavior problems.  Accepts Medicaid.


Family Support Center: Provides counseling, family mentoring, free        

crisis nursery care for children age 0-11.


Salt Lake County Division of Youth Services: Free counseling and             

substance abuse services, after school programs, job training, and

parenting classes.


The Children’s Center: Provides psychiatric evaluations, mental health    

services, parenting classes, and services for youth and their families.




Grief Services:


Primary Children’s Medical Center-Grief Support Groups: Provides          

 monthly parent support groups and school age child groups.


The Sharing Place: A grief support group program for children.       



Healthcare Services:


Medicaid Information Line:                                                                               


Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP): Provides comprehensive    

health insurance to eligible Utah Children.


Utah Partners for Health: Provides primary care services for all ages,

linking families to specialists via mobile and clinic outreach for low and no-cost.


Community Health Centers: Provides primary health care to low income

and uninsured people on a sliding fee scale.


Salt Lake Valley Health Department: Provides preventative health          

services to residents of Salt Lake County, particularly to low income

uninsured or underinsured.


Teen Health Clinic: Part of the University of Utah Health Care System.     

Medical services provided specifically to teens.



Multicultural Services:


Asian Association of Utah Refugee Immigrant Center: Provides                

language specific social services.


Refugee Health Program: Health care referrals for refugees.                    


Catholic Community Services:  Provides a variety of social services

to those in need.                                                                       


Urban Indian Center: Services include help with finding work,                  

assistance with health care, mental health care, and other needs.




Emergency Food, Shelter and Clothing Assistance:


Crossroads Urban Center: Provides emergency food pantry, and             

free/low cost thrift store.


The Road Home: Homeless shelter for individuals and families.


Weigand Homeless Day Center: Offers services for the homeless,

showers, laundry facilities, haircuts, a library and includes agencies

offering job, medical, mental health, and legal services.


Utah Community Action

Utah Community Action's mission is to empower individuals, strengthen families and build communities through self-sufficiency and education programs. 



Head Start: Programs are offered for children ages 0-5, participants learn in a classroom setting, have access to health and nutrition services. Home-based and Prenatal services are also available.


Case Management & Housing: Programs are targeted towards the community's most vulnerable populations to obtain or maintain safe, stable and affordable housing.


Adult Education: Programs are aimed at adults seeking skills and education to bolster their families' economic security. Classes focus on English as a second language, GED preparation, vocational preparation, and certification.


Weatherization: This program provides safe, energy-efficient upgrades to homes of low-income members of the community.


Nutrition: Their comprehensive nutrition programs provide services to individuals and families ranging from infants to the elderly.

Heat: Their program offers utility assistance to low-income households in Salt Lake and Tooele counties.


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