Emergency Housing Help

Emergency housing help

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Domestic violence shelter. Address undisclosed. Business phone: 801-374-9351. 24 hour hotline: 801-377-5500.

The Center for Women and Children in Crisis offers temporary emergency shelter (up to 30 days) to domestic violence victims and their children. Men who are victims of domestic violence are also welcome.


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Emergency shelter, rental assistance, and home ownership education. Address: 815 South 200 West, Provo. Phone: 801-373-8200. Hours: M-Th from 8:00-4:00, F from 8:00-3:00. An after-hours line ( Provo Dispatch: 801-852-6231) is available for adults with children needing emergency shelter.

This agency can help both singles and families that are homeless, depending on the service. Emergency shelter vouchers are available  for the homeless, but these are limited for a few nights and must be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Deposit assistance is available for all homeless, and rapid-rehousing assistance is available for homeless families with children. Rapid rehousing means you can receive deposit assistance and rental assistance at a pro-rated rate if you qualify.


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Basic needs and limited emergency housing vouchers. Office hours are M-F from 8-3. Address: 1415 North State Street, Provo, UT 84604. Phone: 801-818-6150.

The LDS Transient Office is located within the Provo location of Deseret Industries. Individuals can receive help with employment counseling, basic needs such as clothing, furniture, or other miscellaneous items when they are available. Individuals who meet with  office employees can see if motel voucher funding is available for them, through approval of a geographical bishop.


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Domestic violence shelter in Park City. Address undisclosed. Business phone: 435-658-4739. 24 hour helpline: 1-800-647-9161.

The Peace House offers temporary emergency shelter (up to 30 days) to domestic violence victims and their children for people residing in Summit County. Men who are victims of domestic violence are also welcome.


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Youth shelter and mental health services for adults. Youth Shelter: Open 24 hours, 7 days a week. Address: 1189 East 300 North, Provo. Phone: 801-373-2215.  Mental health crisis line for Utah County: (801) 373-7393 Mental health crisis line for Wasatch County call: (801) 318-4016. 

Wasatch Mental Health’s Vantage Point Program offers emergency shelter to unaccompanied or homeless youth under 18 that need a place to stay for up to 30 days. Shelter can be for reasons of severe familial discord, behavioral and mental issues, children struggling in the foster care system, or children subject to abuse.

Adult crisis lines are meant for anyone struggling with mental health issues who need immediate help. All other appointments or needs can be fulfilled by contacting the Utah County Office at (801) 373-4760, or the Wasatch County office at (435) 654-3003.


  Transitional housing (temporary housing)

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Basic needs and transitional housing. Hours are Monday-Friday from 8:30-5:30 PM. Address: 299 East 900 South. Phone: 801-373-1825.

The Food and Care Coalition can offer transitional housing to homeless individuals who qualify. They also offer free health care services, hot meals, laundry services, and a facility for showering and hair cuts for all homeless in the area. Wasatch Mental Health’s WATCH team also provides office hours here.


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Affordable and transitional housing in Park City. Open M-F, 8:00-5:00. Address: 1960 Sidewinder Drive, Suite 107, Park City. Phone: 435-647-9719.

Mountainlands Community Housing Trust offers affordable housing services and transitional housing services to the homeless in the Park City area. Resources are limited, so homeless services are only available for residents of Summit County.


Long-term rental help

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Re-entry and assistance program after incarceration. Hours: M-F from 8:00-5:00. Address: 869 South 170 East, Provo. Phone: 801-489-9870. 

Golden Spike Outreach offers services to individuals striving to re-entering society after leaving incarceration. Rehab, life skills courses, and housing resources are available.


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Section 8 rental assistance and permanent supportive housing. Hours are M-Th from 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM. Address: 240 East Center Street, Provo. Phone: 801-373-8333.

The Housing Authority of Utah County can help the homeless receive rental assistance in all areas of Utah County outside of Provo.   Homeless individuals with physical and/or mental disabilities receive greater priority for placement. Hours are M-Th from 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM. Address: 240 East Center Street, Provo. Phone: 801-373-8333.


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Section 8 rental assistance and permanent supportive housing. Hours are Monday-Thursday from 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Address: 650 West 100 North, Provo. Phone: 801-900-5676. 

Provo City Housing Authority can help the homeless receive rental assistance if they are seeking housing in Provo City. Homeless individuals with physical and/or mental disabilities receive greater priority for placement.


Home ownership help

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Home ownership education and programs. Hours are Monday-Thursday from 7:30 AM to 6:30 PM. Address: 39 West 300 North, Provo, UT 84601. Phone: 801-375-5820. 

This non-profit program helps families find homes and education about affordable mortgage options.


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Home ownership sweat-equity program. Office Hours: M-F, 9:00-5:00; ReStore hours are T-S from 10-6. Address: 340 South Orem Blvd, Orem, UT 84058. Phone: 801-344-8527. 

Habitat for Humanity provides affordable housing to local families in need. Through volunteer labor, professional expertise and tax-deductible donations, they obtain land and build simple decent homes in Utah County.Their ReStore sells new and gently used  furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances to the public at a fraction of retail prices.


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Home ownership sweat-equity program.  Hours are M-Th from 7:00 am to 6:00pm. Address: 709 North 1890 West #39A, Provo, UT 84601. Phone: 801-375-2205.

The mission of Self-Help Homes is to provide quality affordable housing opportunities to individuals and families living in Central  Utah. Qualifying individuals and families participate in a mutual self-help model that allows them to build their home with a team of other participants.

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