Homelessness Programs

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Homelessness Programs administered by the Housing and Community Development Division support nonprofit service providers statewide. If you are seeking personal assistance related to homelessness, please call 2-1- 1 to find a service provider near you.

Homelessness Data Dashboard

The Homelessness Data Dashboard provides up-to-date numbers for the utilization of homeless services around the state. The data comes from the Utah Homeless Information Management System. Learn More

State Homeless Coordinating Committee

The State Homeless Coordinating Committee provides oversight and approves allocations of funding for providers of homeless services. The committee ensures that services provided to the homeless are utilized in a cost-effective manner and works to facilitate a better understanding of homelessness. Programs are devoted to emergency housing, self- sufficiency, placement in employment or occupational training activities, special services to meet unique needs of the homeless with mental illness and those who are part of families with children. Contracts are awarded to providers based on need, diversity of geographic location, coordination with or enhancement of existing services, and the use of volunteers. Learn More

Housing Opportunities for People with Aids

The Housing Opportunities for Persons With Aids (HOPWA) program was established to provide housing assistance and related supportive services for low-income persons living with HIV/AIDS and their families. Learn More

Homelessness Program Funding and Grants

Nonprofit organizations that provide support and services to people experiencing homelessness may by eligible from funding through the Homeless Programs Team. Learn about funding sources and grant opportunities below.

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