Local Resources

For information on testing, including local testing sites, click HERE

For links and resources from around the state, visit https://coronavirus.utah.gov/multilingual-resources/


Assistance Programs & Other Resources

Basic Needs

The Rental Assistance Program has been funded by the CARES Act and is designed to assist Utah renters whose ability to pay rent has been negatively impacted by COVID-19, but whose needs are not being met by other programs.

For more resources, visit: https://jobs.utah.gov/covid19/covidother.html

Wasatch County General Resource List



Free resource available to anyone who is seeking emotional health guidance during these uncertain times. Provided through Intermountain Healthcare.

Phone: 435-649-2260 x 1

Email: counseling@ccofpc.org

The center will continue providing our Counseling Services. They are exclusively using telehealth/tele-counseling for all of our counseling sessions. We currently have no waiting list, so please contact us today if you need to set up an appointment Call or email Heather Ledbetter Monday – Friday, 8 am - 4 pm

Website: https://providentliving.churchofjesuschrist.org/lds-family-services/counseling-services?lang=eng

Family Services provides short-term professional counseling for individuals, couples, and families. Services need to be authorized by a bishop, stake president, or mission president.

Peace House Safety Line: 1-800-647-9161

Phone: 435-658-4739

Website: https://peacehouse.org

Peace House offers supportive services to those who have been victimized by domestic violence or sexual assault, through safe housing, legal advocacy, case management, counseling and educational programs in the community for citizens of all ages in order to end and prevent the cycle of abuse and violence. Trained advocates are available 24/7 to give you support and guidance. There is no cost, no judgement – just help.

Phone: 435-333-1850

People’s Health Clinic is a nonprofit clinic providing no-cost quality medical services to uninsured residents of Summit and Wasatch Counties regardless of nationality, race, sex or immigration status. The clinic provides women’s health, chronic disease care and education, adult and children’s vision services, prenatal care and education, and mental health. People's Health Clinic can refer patients to social and job services.

Phone: 435-654-0280

Warmline (for teens who need to talk): 801-587-1055

Hispanic Family Liaison (Angelica Sanchez): 385-448-1437

School Social Workers: Julia Winterton (801-796-2625), Jenny Pinter (385-240-0610), Jodi Nichter (714-485-9875), Alicia Power (435-709-8849)

Office Phone: 435-657-3300

Cell Phone: 435-671-9490

Wasatch County Victim Advocate, Kristin Guthrie. Services offered are crisis intervention, emergency shelter, help with referrals and resources, assistance with filing paperwork, communication with judges, attorneys & law enforcement, helping clients understand the dynamics of domestic violence, trauma and increasing coping skills in a non-judgmental and supportive environment.

Office Phone: 435-654-3003

24-Hour Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255

The Wasatch County Family Clinic (WCFC) of Wasatch Mental Health offers a variety of therapeutic services designed to help individuals and families who are affected in some way by mental illness and/or substance abuse. To enable service delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic most of our services are being provided remotely via video chat or telephone. These services are delivered when a client's insurance provider allows for such technology. Clients can pre-authorize for remote services by calling their insurance company to verify that telehealth or telephone treatment is covered. We are still accepting new clients. Intake paperwork is being completed via electronic documentation to facilitate the admission of new clients. Pending authorization from insurance providers intake sessions are also being completed remotely.



SNAP Program