Sanderson Community Center of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Celebrates 30 Years of Service



The Robert G. Sanderson Community Center of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing celebrates its 30th anniversary on Saturday, August 27, 2022.


The rich history of the center dates back to 1946 when Robert G. Sanderson and other Deaf advocates dreamed of a center where the community could meet. Other cities had “Deaf clubs” and the group wanted one of their own in Salt Lake City. However, it took another 30 years before the seeds planted that day sprouted. More...





$55 Million Allotted to Address the Needs of Utahns Experiencing Homelessness



In April 2022, SB238 was signed by Gov. Cox and Lt. Gov. Henderson. This $55 million housing bill addresses homelessness, affordable housing, and wraparound services. Through our Office of Homeless Services and Housing and Community Development Division, along with community partners, these funds will make a real difference in helping Utahns to transition out of homelessness. More...




Virtual Open House Highlights Services for the Blind and visually Impaired



The Utah Department of Workforce Services’ Division of Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired (DSBVI) hosted its annual open house March 3. This year, the event was held virtually through ZOOM. Staff demonstrated the many services available through DSBVI including classes for braille, career readiness, home management, fiber arts, orientation and mobility, technology and woodshop. More...