Holiday Donations to Help Individuals Experiencing Homelessness


The Workforce Development Division and State Workforce Development Board held a Winter Clothing Drive for individuals who are experiencing homelessness throughout the state. Staff collected coats, hats, blankets, scarves, socks and underwear and delivered them to: More...



Individuals and Organizations Who Made a Difference to People Experiencing Homelessness

Each year individuals and organizations are recognized for their efforts in serving people who are experiencing homelessness. Those recognized have gone above and beyond to help people make a positive change in their lives. The following individuals are winners of the 2018 Utah Homelessness Summit Awards.


Partnership Award

Association for Utah Community Health, The Community Foundation of Utah and Fourth Street Clinic


Association for Utah Community Health, The Community Foundation of Utah and Fourth Street Clinic worked together to create the Nurse Care Management Program, bringing a higher level of interagency cooperation to Salt Lake City. In April 2018, registered nurses and community health workers were placed at First Step House, YWCA-Utah, The Road Home, Volunteers of America-Utah and the Housing Authority of Salt Lake to help better serve clients who needed medical attention, but were unable to travel for routine medical care. They have already treated hundreds of new patients, improving their health and quality of life. More...