Whom We Serve
Domestic Violence Shelters Utah
We serve all of the domestic violence shelters in Utah. They are committed to provide safe, caring, and confidential shelter, advocacy and support for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and to reduce incidents of abuse through prevention education. These shelters include:
Refugees-Utah Department of Workforce Services
Today there are people who are forced to flee their countries because of their race, religion, or other beliefs. If they survive they become refugees. They spend countless years in refugee camps. Workforce Services help find housing, jobs and education. Our gifts of love welcome to our country.
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Holding Out HELP
Holding Out HELP exists to assist those from a polygamous background with the resources necessary to meet their physical, emotional, and educational needs. Primarily we help those transitioning from a polygamist community into an independent and self-sufficient life by providing access to housing, food, clothing, counseling, mentoring, job training, education and referral services.
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Unified Police Department Utah
The Unified Police Department (UPD) of Greater Salt Lake serves many Salt Lake County cities and communities including:
Learn more at: http://www.updsl.org/
Police Departments Utah
There are a number of other Police Departments that do not operate under the Unified Police Department. They deal mainly with domestic violence issues.
Office for Victims of Crime - State of Utah
The Utah Office for Victims of Crime (UOVC) provides financial compensation for victims of crime, administers and monitors Victim of Crime Act Compensation and Assistance grants and Violence Against Women grants, networks victim services across the state, provides enhanced training, and provides staff support to the Utah Council on Victims of Crime.
Learn more at: https://justice.utah.gov/Crime/
Our mission is to improve the lives of children, adolescents, adults, and families that have been affected by mental illness, substance abuse, domestic violence (physical, psychological, sexual abuse, and neglect) and other types of trauma. Additionally, we provide high quality behavioral health care and foster care services to children and adolescents in custody of the State of Utah. We encourage and assist our foster parents to adopt their foster children if that is their desire.
AHLS teamed up with LDS church to help refugees buy home goods, clothes, and appliances at Desert Industries. AHLS opened an Orphanage in Kinsasha, Congo. Their goal is to build schools and to continue to more orphanages to help the children of Africa.
Learn more at: http://www.screenshots.com/africahelplinesociety.org/
Life Start Village, a branch of Family Support Center
Family Support Center's mission is to protect children, strengthen families and prevent child abuse. FSC was established in response to a pressing need for short-term crisis and respite care for children at risk for abuse or neglect. Services have since expanded in breadth and depth to offer a network of services to address multifaceted issues facing families today.
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Women of the World
Women of the World provides hope, support, supplies, education, and positivity to hundreds of women refugees and their families. While most still have a long way to go, it’s important to hear how far they’ve come.
Learn more https://womenofworld.org
Save Haven Emergency Village
SHEV is a non profit devoted to effective training and support for the birthing woman and her family in emergency, post disaster or low resource settings.
Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/emergencyvillages/
We provide services to the following charities: