Resources

Instructions: Choose the population you need resources for.
 

2-1-1 for Utah

Carbon:

211

Emery:

Grand:

211

211

Our mission is to connect residents of Utah looking to give or receive help, valuable information about health and human services in a simple, confidential, and comprehensive way. United Way 2-1-1 envisions the services offered by 2-1-1 to be a guide for callers attempting to navigate the human services industry and get connected to appropriate resources in order to receive or give help. We seek to provide solutions to everyday issues in a trusted and accurate way in more than 170 languages. 2-1-1 is an easy-to-remember, three-digit phone number that brings people and services together.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Adolescents, Adults, Family, LGBTQIA+, Seniors, Men, Women, Homeless, Single Parents, Pregnant Women, All Resources

AAA Fair Credit: Budgeting Assistance

Carbon:

(801) 483-0999

Emery:

Grand:

(801) 483-0999

(801) 483-0999

Non-profit organization focused on helping individauls with saving and budgeting money. Offer multiple services for free which include; IDA: participating financial institutions match 2 to 1 savings for 1st time home buyers, start a business, college tuition, disability equipment. One on one financial counseling. Debt Management Program that helps individual pay off excessive dept withing 5 years for a small fee.

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Family, LGBTQIA+, Seniors, Men, Women, Single Parents, Pregnant Women, Housing, Education/Training, Other, All Resources

Active Re-Entry
Independent Living Programs:

Support Groups:
Grief Support Group
Caregivers Support Group
Active Access Support Group
Low Vision Support Group

Carbon:

(435) 637-4950

Emery:

Grand:

(435) 637-4950

(435) 719-1133

Support Groups provide education, referral services, support and assistance to families by professionals in a group setting.
Active Access Support Group: Monthly meetings to unite individuals who use scooters, wheelchairs or crutches for mobility with the community. Includes training / education and recreation. It meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month.
Caregivers Support Groups: Monthly meetings that provide education, referral services, support and assistance to families and professionals involved with caregiving. It meets the last Wednesday of the month.
Grief Support Groups: Monthly meetings that give support to those experiencing grief from the loss of a loved one. It meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month.
Low Vision Support Group: Monthly meetings in both Carbon and Emery Counties with peers to learn techniques to adapt to their disability. Skills and experiences are shared.

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Family, LGBTQIA+, Seniors, Men, Women, Homeless, Single Parents, Pregnant Women, Mental Health, All Resources

Active Re-Entry
Independent Living Programs:
Assistive Technology Program
Scooter Training

Carbon:

(435) 637-4950

Emery:

Grand:

(435) 637-4950

(435) 719-1133

Conducts individual assessments for assistive technology, individual training for devices needed, and information/assistance in obtaining funding. Provides community education, has an equipment loan bank, information and referral in locating assistive technology.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Adolescents, Adults, LGBTQIA+, Seniors, Men, Women, Education/Training, All Resources

Active Re-Entry
Independent Living Programs:
Friendly Visitor Program

Carbon:

(435) 637-4950

Emery:

Grand:

(435) 637-4950

(435) 719-1133

Visiting and connecting with check-up phone calls, provides respite care for caregiver, assisting with light housework or yardwork, and linking individuals with other community services. Volunteer training is provided at Active Re-Entry.

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Seniors, Men, Women, Other, All Resources

Active Re-Entry
Independent Living Programs:
Music & Memory Program

Carbon:

(435) 637-4950

Emery:

Grand:

(435) 637-4950

(435) 719-1133

Music and Memory: MUSIC & MEMORY? brings personalized music into the lives of the elderly or disabled individuals through digital music technology, vastly improving quality of life. It has been scientifically proven that these musical favorites tap deep memories, assist with pain management and can bring individuals back to life, enabling them to feel like themselves again, to converse, socialize and stay present. Active Re-Entry is certified as a MUSIC & MEMORY? provider and is able to provide personalized playlists for individuals living in the community. Our playlist includes over 5,000 songs and we can obtain specific songs as requested. The iPods, headphones and set up are free of charge. In addition, if you have an iPod Shuffle you are no longer using, please consider donating it to help someone

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Seniors, Men, Women, Other, All Resources

Active Re-Entry
Independent Living Programs:
Perkie Travels

Carbon:

(435) 637-4950

Emery:

Grand:

(435) 637-4950

(435) 719-1133

This is a free service that provides daily transportation for individuals needing radiation treatments to Utah Valley, Regence and Timpanogos Hospitals. Monday thru Friday the bus leaves Active Re-Entry at 11:30 a.m. and returns around 4:00 p.m. in the afternoon.

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Seniors, Men, Women, Transportation, All Resources

Active Re-Entry
Independent Living Programs:
Youth Programs
Youth Postsecondary Life Transition

Carbon:

(435) 637-4950
Chris Haycock

Emery:

Grand:

(435) 637-4950
Chris Haycock

(435) 719-1133

Youth Program: Brings together youth ranging from 10-24 years of age. This community based activity program helps to build self confidence, IL skills training, advocacy, and increase communication and socialization skills.

Populations served by this organization:

Adolescents, LGBTQIA+, Education/Training, Other, All Resources

Active Re-Entry
Independent Living Programs:
Visually Impaired & Blind Program

Carbon:

(435) 637-4950

Emery:

Grand:

(435) 637-4950

(435) 719-1133

Education in adaptive techniques and devices, peer support groups, peer counseling, orientation and mobility training, information on resources and benefits available to those with low vision, and social/recreation activities.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Adolescents, Adults, Family, LGBTQIA+, Seniors, Men, Women, Homeless, Single Parents, Pregnant Women, Education/Training, All Resources

Adult Probation & Parole

Carbon:

(435) 636-2800

Emery:

Grand:

(435) 381-2143

(435) 259-7411

AP&P agents work hand-in-hand with other law-enforcement agencies, the courts, the Utah Board of Pardons and Parole and treatment providers. The supervision of offenders transcends beyond ensuring that they comply with conditions of probation or parole. Our officers often must assist offenders with obtaining the basic essentials to survive. This may include housing, employment, school, training, food, treatment, therapy and counseling.

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, LGBTQIA+, Men, Women, Food, Housing, Mental Health, Legal, Employment, Education/Training, All Resources

Adult Protective Services

Carbon:

24-hour Reporting number: (800) 371-7897
Referrals are kept confidential

Emery:

Grand:

24-hour Reporting number:(800) 371-7897
Referrals are kept confidential

24-hour Reporting number: (800) 371-7897
Referrals are kept confidential

Services include investigation of abuse, neglect and exploitation of vulnerable adults (18+) with mental and physical disabilities, and individuals over 65 with protective needs.

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Seniors, Protection, All Resources

Affordable Connectivity Program

Carbon:

To apply:
ACPBenefit.org

Emery:

Grand:

To apply:
ACPBenefit.org

To apply:
ACPBenefit.org

ACP is a Benefit program that helps ensure that households can afford the broadband they need for work, school, healthcare and more. The FCC Benefit Program provides a monthly discount for broadband households who qualify.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Adolescents, Adults, Family, LGBTQIA+, Seniors, Men, Women, Single Parents, Pregnant Women, Other, All Resources

Aggies Elevated

Carbon:

Liz Dimond
(435) 613-5613 etx. 5613

Emery:

Grand:

Liz Dimond
(435) 613-5613 etx. 5613

Liz Dimond
(435) 613-5613 etx. 5613

Aggies Elevated Eastern is a three-year inclusive postsecondary education program for students with intellectual disabilities at Utah State University Eastern in Price, Utah. We empower our students to become self-determined citizens of inclusive communities. The program offers a two-year certificate in integrated College and Community Studies and several pathways for technical education options in the third year to the program.

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Men, Women, Education/Training, All Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Carbon:

Emery:

Grand:

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. No fees.

Meetings are held at The Trinity Christian Center on Main Street.

Daily Meetings @ 12:00 p.m. except Fridays.

Tuesdays: East Carbon @ 7:00 p.m. in Commissioners Office in Box room on second floor.
Ferron @ 7:00 p.m. at Senior Center

Fridays: Trinity Christian Center @ 7:00 p.m.

East Carbon @ 7:00 p.m. at East Carbon Community Center

Saturday's: Trinity Christian Center @ 7:00 p.m. (Sat. Night Speaker)

Populations served by this organization:

Adolescents, Adults, Family, LGBTQIA+, Seniors, Men, Women, Homeless, Single Parents, Pregnant Women, Mental Health, Other, All Resources

Alliance Community Services (ACS)

Carbon:

(801) 265-1111

Emery:

Grand:

(801) 265-1111

(801) 265-1111

ACS is an non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the well-being of culturally diverse and underserved individuals by providing services for health, safety, legal and social growth. Programs they offer range from COVID-19 resorces, Immigration services, Breast & Cervical Cancer screenings, Triunfadoras-Cancer Survivor Support Groups, Chip and Medicade, Workplace Safety Trainings, Alliance Community Services Virtual Q&A.

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Medical, Legal, Education/Training, Other, All Resources

American Credit Foundation

Carbon:

800-259-0601

Emery:

Grand:

800-259-0601

800-259-0601

Once American Credit Foundation receives your application, you will be assigned a counselor that will go over your information and your preliminary online quote and will develop a Debt Management Plan for you. Your counselor will then contact you with your new monthly payment and verify your preferred payment date. We will then notify your creditors and make payment arrangements. Within a week or two you will receive a welcome package that confirms your Debt Management Plan and includes other useful information.

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Education/Training, Other, All Resources

Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA)

Carbon:

(435) 637-2236
President - Oso
Vice-President - T

Emery:

Grand:

(435) 637-2236
President - Oso
Vice-President - T

(435) 637-2236
President - Oso
Vice-President - T

BACA exists with the intent to create a safer environment for abused children. We exist as a body of Bikers to empower children to not feel afraid of the world in which they live. We stand ready to lend support to our wounded friends by involving them with an established, united organization. We work in conjunction with local and state officials who are already in place to protect children.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Family, Single Parents, Mental Health, Protection, All Resources

Boys & Girls Club

Carbon:

(435) 637-6066
Director: Quakee Tabone
qtabone@gslclubs.org

Emery:

Grand:

Youth programs promoting character & leadership development, education & career, health & life skills, the arts, and sports, fitness & recreation.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Adolescents, Education/Training, Other, All Resources

Bridle Up Hope

Carbon:

(801) 709-3339

Emery:

Grand:

(801) 709-3339

(801) 709-3339

Bridle Up Hope focuses on girls and women over the age of 12 who are working to build hope, confidence and resilience. This amazing organization teaches young women to recognize their inherent worth and potential through equestrian training.

Populations served by this organization:

Adolescents, Women, Single Parents, Mental Health, Education/Training, All Resources

Business Expansion and Retention
(BEAR)

Carbon:

Nick Tatton
(435) 636-3184

Emery:

Grand:

Nick Tatton
(435) 636-3184

BEAR provides economic development effort in Carbon and Emery Counties that targets projects, programs and information to support area business/employment expansion and retention.

BEAR is currently pausing all public meetings, but you may reach out to the agency by contacting Nick Tatton.

Populations served by this organization:

Education/Training, Other, All Resources

CERT

Carbon:

(435) 636-3748

Emery:

Grand:

Green River
(435) 564-3448

CERT teams assist the community year-round by helping with community emergency plans, neighborhood exercises, preparedness outreach, fire safety education, and workplace safety.
In addition to supporting emergency responders during a disaster, the CERT program builds strong working relationships between emergency responders and the people they serve.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Adolescents, Adults, Family, LGBTQIA+, Seniors, Men, Women, Homeless, Single Parents, Pregnant Women, Education/Training, All Resources

CRAFT

Carbon:

1-877-921-0330
(435) 299-8677 Mersades

Emery:

Grand:

1-877-921-0330
(435) 299-8677 Mersades

Moab Recovery Community
Center (435) 612-2300

Recovery Support Services are provided by people who share their lived-experience of addiction and recovery. In the continuum of treatment for Substance Use Disorders, Recovery Support Services offer clients a network for building strong and mutually supportive relationships with informal supports and formal systems in their communities. Recovery Support Services are strengths-based to promote and encourage recovery.

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Family, Single Parents, Other, All Resources

Carbon County Family Support & Children's Justice Center:
Family Support Center

Carbon:

Director: Shelly Wright
(435) 636-3738

Emery:

Grand:

Director: Shelly Wright
(435) 636-3738

Moab Family Support & Children's Justice Center
Director: Aubrey Davis
(435) 259-3057

Home Visiting Program provides weekly, to monthly in-home services based on individual needs and strengths of families. They strive to provide all expectant mothers and parents with newborns the opportunity to receive the education and support at the time their baby is born through the age of five. We offer monthly group connections to network with other parents.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Family, Men, Women, Single Parents, All Resources

Carbon County Family Support & Children's Justice Center:
Home Visiting Program /Outreach

Carbon:

Director: Shelly Wright
(435) 636-3739
www.carbon.utah.gov
Crisis Care: (435) 650-1297

Emery:

Grand:

Director: Shelly Wright
(435) 636-3739
www.carbon.utah.gov
Crisis Care: (435) 650-1297

Moab Fammily Support &
Children's Justice Center
(435)260-9864
Director: Aubrey Davis
(435) 259-3057
www.grandcountyutah.net/172/childrens-justice-center

Family Support Nursey provides a safe place for your child to stay while you attend court hearings, medical or mental health appointments, parenting or substance abuse classes, meetings to strengthen the family, or respite when you just need a break. We assist families in time of crisis or to escape the violence of any kind. We also provide resources. The center offers parenting classes to adults and teens throughout the year. ALL our services are FREE of charge with NO income guidelines.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Adolescents, Adults, Family, Men, Women, Single Parents, Food, Education/Training, All Resources

Carbon County Fuller Center
(formerly Habitat for Humanity)

Carbon:

Janess Marinos
(435) 637-9701

Emery:

Grand:

Janess Marinos
(435) 637-9701

Carbon County Fuller Center partners with community members, businesses, volunteers and individuals to partners with homeowners to aide with critical home repairs. Offering low monthly payments, interest free. We build with people in need regardless of race or religion, we welcome volunteers and supporters from all backgrounds.

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Family, Men, Women, Single Parents, Housing, All Resources

Carbon Medical

Carbon:

East Carbon(435) 888-4411
Pharmacy (435) 888-0422
Price: (435) 637-6338
Helper (435) 472-7000
After Hours: (435) 650-7132

Emery:

Grand:

East Carbon(435) 888-4411
Pharmacy (435) 888-0422
Price: (435) 637-6338
Helper (435) 472-7000
After Hours: (435) 650-7132

Moab Free Clinic
(435) 259-1113

Treatment of medical problems for all ages. Emergency care, well-child clinic, immunizations, hearing tests, family planning, lab, WIC services, mental health, and full-service pharmacy on a sliding scale fee. Full general dentistry and denture services, family dental van. Call for date and time. Dental services are provided on a first come, first served basis.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Adolescents, Adults, Family, LGBTQIA+, Seniors, Men, Women, Homeless, Single Parents, Pregnant Women, Medical, Mental Health, Dental, All Resources

Care About Child Care at USU Eastern

Carbon:

Peggy Golding
(435) 613-5619

Emery:

Grand:

Peggy Golding
(435) 613-5619

Peggy Golding
(435) 613-5619

Receive free parent referrals to your child care program, assistance starting a child care program, consulting on child care issues, training and professional development resources.

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Family, Men, Women, Employment, Education/Training, Other, All Resources

Castle Country Pregnancy Resource
Center

Carbon:

(435) 637-5683

Emery:

Grand:

(435) 637-5683

(435) 637-5683

Castle Country Pregnancy Resource Center exists to assist the people of Carbon & Emery Counties to make life-affirming pregnancy decisions by offering hope, compassionate help, & truth in love.

Populations served by this organization:

Adolescents, Adults, Family, LGBTQIA+, Men, Women, Homeless, Pregnant Women, Education/Training, All Resources

Castle Country Youth Center:
Free Youth Skill Building

Carbon:

(435) 636-4740 or
(435) 636-4720
24 hr. services

Emery:

Grand:

(435) 636-4740 or
(435) 636-4720
24 hr. services

Canyonlands Youth Center
Blanding (435) 678-3140

The Division of Juvenile Justice Services is to be a leader in the field of juvenile justice by changing young lives, supporting families and keeping communities safe. Improve short-term and long-term outcomes for our youth. Support families in the rehabilitation process. Improve the safety, security and morale of JJS youth and employees.

Populations served by this organization:

Adolescents, Family, Men, Women, Employment, Protection, Education/Training, Other, All Resources

Castle Country Youth Center:
Youth Services

Carbon:

(435) 636-4725

Emery:

Grand:

(435) 636-4725

Possible concerns; anger, lying, stealing, grades dropping, trouble with parents and family, trouble with friends, running away. Serving youth ages 10-18; help with behavior problems, crisis intervention, family support, meetings as needed, help families stay together. If we can't help you, we will assist in finding someone who can.

Populations served by this organization:

Adolescents, Family, Men, Women, Employment, Protection, Education/Training, Other, All Resources

Castle Country Youth Outreach Center

Carbon:

Candy Price
Outreach Supervisor
(435) 650-0396

Emery:

Grand:

Candy Price
Outreach Supervisor
(435) 650-0396

Classes held weekly in Price and in Castle Dale. Free service to assist with developing a happy, successful home environment. Improve family relationships. Learn to cope with stressful situations. Serving families with children ages 10 to 18. Adolescence can be referred to our outreach and/or school-based services at JJS.utah.gov/referral or call 435-650-0396.

Populations served by this organization:

Adolescents, Family, Men, Women, Single Parents, Protection, Education/Training, Other, All Resources

Castle Valley Center

Carbon:

(435) 637-9150
Amy Bell - Principal

Emery:

Grand:

(435) 637-9150
Amy Bell - Principal

(435) 637-9150
Amy Bell - Principal

Castle Valley Center provides opportunities to enhance the quality of life and independence of individuals with disabilities living in Carbon and Emery counties. this will be done by developing appropriate educational goals which include enhanced self-esteem, independence, self-direction, and socialization. These opportunities are provided through specialized staff, technology, instructional methods, adaptive equipment, related service providers, parents, and community members.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Adolescents, Adults, Family, Men, Women, Employment, Education/Training, All Resources

Castleview Hospital: Emergency Care

Carbon:

(435) 637-4800

Emery:

Grand:

(435) 637-4800

Moab Regional Hospital
435-719-3500

Our goal is to make our community healthier. At Castleview Hospital we provide a wide range of health care needs and services. For more information or a list of services please call.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Adolescents, Adults, Family, LGBTQIA+, Seniors, Men, Women, Single Parents, Homeless, Pregnant Women, Medical, All Resources

Castleview Hospital: Women's Services

Carbon:

(435) 637-4800 Ext 3160

Emery:

Grand:

(435) 637-4800 Ext 3160

Offer education and assistance to families preparing for the birth of a child, prenatal classes, Smart Start classes (including car seat safety education), breastfeeding education and support, and sibling class which encourages big brothers and sisters to be part of the event.

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Women, Protection, All Resources

Celebrate Therapy

Carbon:

Emery:

Grand:

Celebrate Therapy is the first clinic in Provo, Utah and the surrounding area that is owned and run by a team of queer clinicians. We work to support clients in becoming confident and supported in their own queerness. We’ll also work alongside family members who are working through how to support their queer loved ones. We are hoping to lead a transformational change in Utah County and beyond!

Populations served by this organization:

Adolescents, Adults, Family, LGBTQIA+, Mental Health, All Resources

Centro Hispano

Carbon:

(801)655-0258
abrahamh@centrohispanouc.org
Mon. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Emery:

Grand:

(801)655-0258
abrahamh@centrohispanouc.org
Mon. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

(801)655-0258
abrahamh@centrohispanouc.org
Mon. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

To Impower Latino and Utah families by providing equitable access to information, resources, and educational programs to advance and strengthen the community. This includes: assistance with USCIS forms for citizenship, DACA, Low -Income Taxpayer Clinic, paperwork assistance, etc.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Adolescents, Adults, Family, Men, Women, Single Parents, Medical, Employment, Education/Training, All Resources

Children's Justice Center

Carbon:

Director: Shelly Wright
(435) 636-3737

Emery:

Grand:

Director: Shelly Wright
(435) 636-3737

Moab Family Support & Children's Justice Center
Director: Aubrey Davis
(435) 259-3057

The CJC assists in the coordination of child abuse investigations by providing children with a comfortable, child-friendly atmosphere during this time. We also provide counseling services to victims of abuse.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Adolescents, Family, Men, Women, Single Parents, Food, Medical, Mental Health, All Resources

Children's Service Society

Carbon:

(800) 839-7444

Emery:

Grand:

(800) 839-7444

(800) 839-7444

Services provided
*Adoption
*Care About Childcare Program
*Grandfamiles & Kinship Care
*Home Visitation

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Adolescents, Adults, Family, Men, Women, Single Parents, Housing, Education/Training, Other, All Resources

Chrysalis

Carbon:

(435)637-5504

Emery:

Grand:

(435)637-5504

Chrysalis is here to help guide you through the process of getting services! We provide various options, starting with early intervention ABA therapy for children and adolescents with Autism. We also offer supported living, day services, and total 24-hour care in Shared Homes or Foster Parent living arrangements.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Adolescents, Adults, LGBTQIA+, Seniors, Men, Women, Single Parents, Pregnant Women, Education/Training, Other, All Resources

Coal Country Housing & Development

Carbon:

Emery:

Grand:

Coal Country Housing & Development is a 501(c)3 is a nonprofit organization providing quality housing for low income families.
Families need to apply and qualify for Section 8 Housing.
Coal Country Housing & Development accepts boardmembers who have a vision of affordable housing.

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Housing, All Resources

Colleen Quigley Women's Center

Carbon:

(435) 637-3905

Emery:

Grand:

(435) 637-3905

Seekhaven Family Crisis &
Resource Center
(435) 259-2229

Offers resources to women and men and their children of domestic violence, provides a domestic shelter for victims in danger. For men they will place them in a motel. An outreach program is offered for non-emergency and emergency situations. The Women's Shelter has resources to other women shelters in the state if victims want to relocate outside of the area.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Adolescents, Adults, Men, Women, Food, Housing, Medical, Mental Health, Transportation, Legal, Employment, Protection, Other, All Resources

Community Clothing Closet

Carbon:

(435) 637-9325

Emery:

Grand:

(435) 637-9325

The Closet is a non-profit organization that provides free clothing. Be mindful to only get what you need. We gladly accept donations of clothing, financial contributions, and volunteer help.

The program is in the Trinity Christian Center, just ask for an application.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Adolescents, Adults, Family, LGBTQIA+, Seniors, Men, Women, Homeless, Single Parents, Pregnant Women, Other, All Resources

Comunidad Materna en Utah

Carbon:

(801) 382-9451
(801) 613-0034
info@cmutah.gov

Emery:

Grand:

(801) 382-9451
(801) 613-0034
info@cmutah.gov

(801) 382-9451
(801) 613-0034
info@cmutah.gov

Comunidad Materna en Utah is a non-profit organization who supports Hispanic expectant families with prenatal classes, lactation support, and postpartum support, as will as referrals for additional needs.

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Family, Women, Pregnant Women, Medical, Education/Training, All Resources

Consumer Protection

Carbon:

(800) 721-7233

Emery:

Grand:

(800) 721-7233

(800) 721-7233

Protect consumers from unfair and deceptive business practices, to encourage the development of fair business practices, and to provide consumer education.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Adolescents, Adults, Family, LGBTQIA+, Seniors, Men, Women, Homeless, Single Parents, Pregnant Women, Other, All Resources

Courts

Carbon:

7th District & Juvenile Court
(435) 636-3400
Justice (East Carbon)
(435) 888-6613
Justice (Helper)
(435) 472-3039
Justice (Price)
(435) 636-3289

Emery:

Grand:

7th District & Juvenile Court
(435) 381-5419
Justice (Castle Dale)
(435) 381-5194
Justice Court (Green River)
(435) 564-3204

7th District Court
(435) 259-1349
Justice & Juvenile Court
(435) 259-1334

District courts have jurisdiction over civil cases, felonies and class A misdemeanors. Justice courts have jurisdiction over most class B & C misdemeanors, ordinance violations, and infractions committed by a person 18 years of age or older. Juvenile courts are for youth under 18 years of age with exception of certain class B & C misdemeanors over age 16.

Populations served by this organization:

Dahlia's Hope

Carbon:

801.885.6294

Emery:

Grand:

801.885.6294

801.885.6294

Dahlia’s Hope provides aftercare for survivors of sex trafficking. Our mission is to provide therapeutic services, medical, education, vocational training, transition into the workplace, residential support, and life skills to help these survivors function independently and successfully in society. We provide a multi-tiered approach to reach individuals in varying stages of recovery. Dahlia’s Hope also provides outpatient services.

Populations served by this organization:

Adolescents, Adults, Medical, Mental Health, Legal, Employment, Education/Training, Other, All Resources

Department Workforce Services
Division of Rehabilitation Services

Carbon:

Dustin Heaton
CTW Specialist
(435) 636-2820

Emery:

Grand:

Choose to Work (CTW) meets business needs with customized services and qualified applicants. The Utah State Office of Rehabilitation (USOR) and the Utah Department of Workforce Services (DWS) partner to ensure employment success. This program meets the employment needs of Utah businesses by providing employers with qualified and job-ready individuals. CTW employment specialists provide preparation and placement services to Utah job seekers with disabilities. CTW meets diverse workforce needs across all industries.

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Seniors, Men, Women, Employment, Education/Training, All Resources

Dept. of Workforce Services:
Employment & Financial Services

Carbon:

1-866-435-7414

Emery:

Grand:

1-866-435-7414

1-866-435-7414

Provide temporary assistance to individuals and families in unemployed, underemployed or special needs circumstances. Support services include: employment services: workshops and resources to help build job skills, and to help you make informed choices about your next job. Food Stamps (now SNAP, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), financial support, including TANF funds, medical assistance, child care assistance, unemployment insurance benefits, training services, and veteran resources.

Populations served by this organization:

Children, Adolescents, Adults, Family, Men, Women, Food, Medical, Employment, Education/Training, All Resources

Dept. of Workforce Services:
Work Success

Carbon:

Mary Schulz
(435) 636-2322
mshulz@utah.gov

Emery:

Grand:

1-866-435-7414

1-866-435-7414

Resume writing: Learn to write and design a cutting edge resume and cover letter to power up a current resume to get that interview.
Interviewing Skills: Learn to be confident in an interview, research employers, market skills and answer questions to gain an edge in the inverviewing process to land that job.
LCT Group: Learn about common stressors when looking for employment and develop coping mechanisms as stressors arise. Topics include stress management, self-esteem, self-care, working with difficult people, setting boundaries and family management while working.

Populations served by this organization:

Adolescents, Adults, Men, Women, Employment, Education/Training, All Resources

Dept. of Workforce Services:
Division of Rehabilitation Services

Carbon:

Dustin Heaton
(435) 636-2820
(800) 491-7734
dheaton@utah.gov

Emery:

Grand:

1-866-435-7414
Castle Dale

1-866-435-7414

We support individuals with disabilities in obtaining competitive, integrated employment through professional vocational counseling and guidance, and through partnerships with employers, school districts, higher education and other agencies. We also serve Utah businesses by offering training on hiring individuals with disabilities and workplace accommodations

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Men, Women, Employment, All Resources

Dept. of Workforce Services:
Federal Bonding Program

Carbon:

1-801-526-4349

Emery:

Grand:

1-801-526-4349

1-801-526-4349

Bonding is a free service provided to businesses that are willing to hire applicants who are not commercially bondable. Employers can hire without risking the loss of money or property.
- Coverage includes theft, forgery, larceny or embezzlement.
- Coverage is effective the day a new employee begins work. There are no documents for the employer to sign or paperwork to complete.
- The bond has no deductible and reimburses the employer for any loss due to employee theft within the specified six-month period.
- Bonds can be issued to any employer regardless of whether the company has or has not commercially purchased a Fidelity Bond.

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Men, Women, Employment, All Resources

Dept. of Workforce Services;
Career And Education Assistance

Carbon:

1-866-435-7414

Emery:

Grand:

1-866-435-7414
Castle Dale

1-866-435-7414

Take the next step in your education, training or career! We can provide career counseling and funding for education costs to help you move forward in a career

Populations served by this organization:

Adults, Men, Women, Employment, Education/Training, All Resources

Deseret Industries:
Thrift Store & Donation Center

Carbon:

(435) 580-7277