Address:480 E 150 NBountiful, UT 84010Map & Directions
(1 Mile Away)
Services: Once clients are registered, they may access the food pantry once a month for a monthly food order and three times a month for a weekly food order. Clients may also use case management services.
Hours: M - F 11 am - 1 pm; Tu - Th 6 - 8 pm; Sa 10 am - 12 pm
Address:1180 W 500 NCenterville, UT 84014Map & Directions
Services: Food, clothing and bedding for both LDS and non-LDS seeking assistance Must have bishops order to receive services.
Address:2574 S Redwood RdSalt Lake City, UT 84119Map & Directions
Services: Food pantry (no diapers or formula).
Hours: M - F 2 - 4 pm
Address:250 E 500 SSalt Lake City, UT 84111Map & Directions
Services: Child Nutrition Programs:
Summer Food Service Site Map accessible from Utahns Against Hunger at www.uah.org or by calling 1-800-453-3663.
Address:1624 S 1000 WSalt Lake City, UT 84104Map & Directions
Services: Donations are accepted and distributed only during open hours.
Hours: W 11 am - 1 pm
Address:3855 S 500 WSalt Lake City, UT 84115Map & Directions
Services: Provides food for homeless or disadvantaged people. Also provides ESL classes and Education First for troubled youth.
Hours: T 3:30 â 5:30 pm; W 4 â 5:30 pm; Th 11 am â 1:30 pm
Address:4743 Plymouth View DrSalt Lake City, UT 84123Map & Directions
Hours: M - F 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Address:1383 S 900 WSalt Lake City, UT 84104Map & Directions
Address:2001 S State St S1600Salt Lake City, UT 84114Map & Directions
Services: 1. Senior Center Programs - Coordinate classes, educational programs, dances and other activities at various centers, transportation to senior center.
2. Nutrition Program - Congregate meal program serving lunches at various sites in the county. (A $2.00 donation suggested).
3. Meals on Wheels - Provides home-delivered meals to homebound elderly ($2.25/$2.50 donation suggested).
4. Outreach - Aging Information and Referral, group presentations, home visits for assessment and help with applications.
5. Caregiver Support Program - Classes, support groups, case management, respite and other services for caregivers of older adults.
6. Alternatives - Case management and in-home services for frail elderly and disabled adults to remain in homes rather than being placed in nursing facilities. Eligibility - Programs are based on age and/or income requirements. Please call for more information.
7. Bridges/RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) - Volunteer opportunities in hospitals, schools, agency offices, etc. May be reimbursed for some expenses such as transportation or lunch.
8. Senior Citizens Transportation Program - Transportation to doctor's appointments, shopping for those who cannot use public transportation and have no other resources. Call in advance.
9. The Volunteer Program - Volunteer opportunities working with homebound elderly, in senior centers, and a variety of agency programs such as transportation programs and Meals on Wheels.
10. Employment - low income eligibility. Programs include -
a. Foster Grandparent Program - Part-time work with children in an agency or institution.
b. Senior Employment Program - Employment services for anyone 55 and over.
c. Senior Companion Program - Part-time work assisting home-bound seniors.
11. Healthy Aging - Health status monitoring, medical assessment and referrals, lifestyle improvement classes, preventive medicine, nutrition, exercise and other health workshops.
12. Legal Services - Assistance with various legal problems.
13. Ombudsman (Long-term care) - Investigates complaints and concerns about nursing homes and residential facilities. Information on facilities and financing.
14. Legacy Corp Program - Provides volunteer opportunities for people who are over 50 years of age, and willing to commit to 450 hours of service in a twelve month period Volunteers provide in-home respite to caregivers and their elderly loved ones The volunteers receive a living stipend of $1400 during the year, and an education award of $1250 for use at any college or university upon completion of the 450-hour commitment.
15. Chore Services - Assistance with lawn cutting and snow removal for those without other resources.
Address:1000 S 900 WSalt Lake City, UT 84104Map & Directions
Services: The atmosphere at the People's Market is friendly and inviting Visit with our local artisans, enjoy fresh prepared food, purchase some of the best produce to be found locally, and enjoy the live performances by local musicians We also promote the talented youth of the community to come: to learn arts and crafts, sell items that they have made themselves, or even perform muscially during open mic sessions at the Market.
Hours: Mid June - Late October: Su 10 am - 3 pm