List of Utah Regional Housing Partners
Provo City Housing Authority – https://provohousing.org
The Provo City Housing Authority works to serve the community of Provo by finding traditional and innovative ways to provide affordable housing for disabled individuals, elderly, and families.
Wasatch Mental Health – https://www.wasatch.org/
Wasatch Behavioral Health was founded in 1967 to provide quality mental health care for all individuals within Utah and Wasatch counties. Wasatch Behavioral Health is a comprehensive community mental health center. We offer an array of programs and services for children, teens and adults.
The Refuge Utah – https://therefugeutah.org/
For 36 years The Refuge has provided a safe, caring, and therapeutic environment to assist in the recovery of survivors of domestic violence, rape, sexual assault, and stalking. Its goal is to facilitate healing and to advocate for victims with the intent to decrease the incidence of such violence in the community.
Community Action and Food Bank – https://www.communityactionprovo.org/
Community Action Services and Food Bank is a nonprofit organization in Provo, Utah, that provides a two-step process to solving poverty: first, to provide the resources to help stabilize the person’s crisis, and then to help them rebuild their life. Since 1967, our agency has helped stabilize the crises in the lives of people in need by meeting their basic critical needs (such as food and housing) while providing them with the long-term solutions needed to rebuild their financial and social self-sufficiency, enabling them to break out of poverty.
Food & Care Coalition – https://foodandcare.org/
The mission of the Food & Care Coalition is to alleviate hunger and diminish the plights of poverty for those who enter our doors. Our primary objectives include finding suitable housing, teaching financial accountability, facilitating an elevation in personal morals and values, and helping each patron achieve their full potential.
We believe in the inherent worth of people and embrace the philosophy that trusting relationships between patron, staff, and volunteer are vital in realizing this end. In order to succeed, charity and compassion from the community must be met by accountability and a personal desire to learn and grow by those served. The Food & Care Coalition by design, offers daily opportunities for the community to support, influence and participate both in the policy making and operation of agency programs to meet these objectives.
This approach creates an environment where homeless men, women, and children can restore their self-esteem, retain their human dignity, and regain the power and abilities necessary to become self-sufficient and productive members of our community.
Mountainland Continuum of Care – http://mountainlandcoc.org/index.html
Mountainland Continuum of Care is striving to end and prevent homelessness in Utah, Wasatch, and Summit Counties. We are a coalition of local non-profit and government agencies that work together to find solutions for our area’s housing needs. We support housing efforts that range from temporary emergency shelter to affordable home ownership.
Provo City – https://www.provo.org/
Provo is consistently recognized nationally for its outstanding quality of life, well-being, and as a beautiful place to live with unbelievable recreational opportunities. With access to trails, rivers, mountains, lakes, variety of independent restaurants, bike lanes, green space, vibrant music scene, and amazing community events – Provo has it all.
Scenic View Academy – https://www.svacademy.org
A nonprofit transitional school for young adults with autism and other learning differences. We empower students with skills needed to live independent, productive, and fulfilling lives.
Ability First – https://ability1stutah.org
Since January 2001, Ability 1st Utah has been providing services to individuals with all types of disabilities and of any age to help them achieve their goal of remaining independent in their homes and active in their communities. Our organization seeks to help individuals with disabilities to remove whatever limitations they may encounter along the way and turn them into opportunities for developing their abilities to enjoy independent living lifestyles.
Provo Police – https://www.provo.org/city-services/provo-police
Department of Workforce Services – https://jobs.utah.gov/department/about.html
Utah became the first state in the nation to consolidate employment and public assistance programs by creating Utah Department of Workforce Services in 1997. Today, more than 2,200 Workforce Services employees assist individuals in preparing for and finding jobs, meeting workforce needs of Utah businesses, administering temporary assistance, and providing economic data and analysis.
Through a collaborative approach, the department has served millions of Utahns and has become a leader on several statewide initiatives. These include intergenerational poverty, homelessness, affordable housing, supporting refugees, helping rural communities, serving veterans and individuals with disabilities, and getting Utahns trained and back to work.
Department of Housing and Urban Development – https://www.hud.gov/
HUD provides housing support and uplifts communities.
Utah County Housing Authority – https://housinguc.org/
To assist program eligible families with safe, decent, energy efficient and affordable housing opportunities as they strive to achieve self-sufficiency and improve the quality of their lives. We will create and maintain partnerships with clients, human service agencies, and the community at-large with integrity, professionalism and fiscal responsibility.
Family Justice Center – https://www.utahcounty.gov/Dept/CJC/New/fjc.asp
Enable victims of crime (domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault, etc.) to seek safety, healing and self-sufficiency by improving timely access to essential community services, providing crisis intervention and support, educating victims about choices, and facilitating necessary legal intervention.