Community Assistance Programs

Community Health Workers are happy to support you in finding which resources would be the best fit for you and your family after being impacted by COVID -19. This assistance is for Utah County residents.

Assistance is available in English and Spanish.

If you have been affected by COVID-19, live in Utah County and need assistance, please fill out the form below or call during our business hours.

Business Hours: Monday – Friday 8am-5pm

Phone: 801-851-7197 


For a more complete list of Utah County resources, of if you live outside Utah County, please visit

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Food Assistance

Farmers Markets

Find a farmers market near you! Many farmers markets in Utah County accept SNAP benefits or Senior Farmers Market Program vouchers.

Farmers markets are located in:

  • Eagle Mountain
  • Lindon
  • Orem
  • Provo
  • Springville
  • Mapleton
  • Spanish Fork
  • Santaquin

Click on the map to find out which farmers market accepts SNAP or Senior Farmers Market Program vouchers!

Tabitha’s Way

This food pantry provides food for individuals and families of all ages struggling with food insecurity.  Pre-Register online before your first visit so they can prepare enough food for you and your family.

“At Tabitha’s Way, we believe no one should be food insecure, or anxious about where their next meal will come from.”

North Pantry

Address: 920 East State Road, American Fork 84003

Phone: (801) 692-1881

South Pantry

Address: 45 East 100 North, Spanish Fork 84660 

Phone: (801) 709-8573

Utah Crisis Food Response

Quarantined with COVID-19 but need food? Fill out this form to request a free box of food to be delivered to your doorstep. (Works with Tabitha’s Way)

Utah Food Bank

Feeding Utah Families and Fighting Hunger Statewide. They have many programs including Free Summer Meals [Monday-Friday] for children under 18, Mobile Pantries, Kids Cafe, Food Box Program and Grocery Rescue. Visit the website today to find free food near you!

Located at 3150 South 900 West, Salt Lake City, UT 84119

Open 9am-5pm Monday-Friday

Phone: (801) 978-2452

Centro Hispano Emergency Food Pantry

Anyone can come in to get food, no information needed.

Open Monday-Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM.

Address: 650 W 100 N, Provo, UT 84601

Phone: (801) 655-0258

Food and Care Coalition

“Our primary mission began as a way to feed the hungry. Over the years, we’ve expanded to offer other meaningful services including hygiene, shower facilities, laundry services, internet access, haircuts, transitional housing, client outreach, education, and more.”

Monday-Saturday: Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner 

Sundays/Holidays: Serves lunch

Address: 299 E 900 S Provo, UT 84606

Phone: (801) 373-1825

Community Action Services – Provo

Their services include a Food Pantry, Emergency Assistance, Homebuyer classes, Bridges out of Poverty, Financial Learning, Circles Initiative, Commercial Kitchen, Community Gardens. Contact them today!

Address: 815 S Freedom Blvd Ste 100, Provo, UT 84601

Phone: (801) 373-8200

LDS Bishop’s Storehouse

These storehouses of food are for everyone. You just need an LDS Bishop’s approval to shop!

Springville Location: 1672 W 700 S St, Springville, UT 84663

Phone: (801) 491-7221

Lindon Location: 940 W Center St, Lindon, UT 84042

Phone: (801) 785-0996

WIC – Women, Infants and Children

Supplemental foods, healthcare referrals, nutrition education for low-income pregnant, breastfeeding and non-breastfeeding postpartum women. Also includes infants and children up to age five who are found to be at nutritional risk.

Several County locations. Phone: (801) 851-7300


Offers nutrition assistance to buy healthy food. The allotment is based on the number of people in the household and the amount of money each earns per month. Not for illegal immigrants. Apply online.

Phone: (866) 435-7414

Commodity Supplemental Food Program

Utah Food Bank provides free monthly food packages to income-eligible individuals who are at least 60 years old. Food bank is located in Salt Lake, but packages can be distributed and delivered to Utah County.

Open 11am-2pm Monday – Friday, 10am-12 Saturday

Phone: (801) 877-1275

Meals on Wheels

Meals delivered curbside at several locations in Utah County – Springville Senior Center and Mountainlands Aging and Family Services


Meals served 11:30am – 12:30pm Monday – Friday

Phone: (801) 229-3802

Lasagna Love

Home-cooked meals to families in your community. Just look for your zip code to see if there is a mama in your area. Then, you can request a meal! Helping families affected by the pandemic, and others in need.

Food Pantries Near You

To find a food pantry near you, go to

Rental/Housing Assistance

Community Action Services

To qualify for assistance, you are required to meet with one of our caseworkers to assess needs, determine eligibility, and create a plan of action to resolve the crisis. Must fill out a client intake form online. Located in Provo. OPEN Mon-Fri 8 am- 4 pm

Phone: 801-691-5238

Food and Care Coalition- Direct Services

Provides funds for shelter and rental aid. Shelter is available to men, women, and couples through a motel voucher system. Clients make requests during regular business hours. Rental aid is available for first month’s rent considerations. Requires documentation. Mon-Fri 8 am- 4 pm

Phone: 801-373-1825

United Way 2-1-1

United Way is an information and referral service that can help you find resources in your area. Call 2-1-1 or begin your search online to get help.

Phone: 2-1-1

HEAT Program

By Mountainlands Association of Governments. Assists individuals and families pay for their power and gas bills year-round.

Serving low-income families.

Phone: 1-866-205-4357

TANF- Temporary Assistance for Needy Families

Provides financial assistance to eligible families experiencing temporary economic hardship. Must be a Utah resident, and the household must include a dependent child or woman pregnant in her third trimester. Provo and Spanish Fork locations. Through the Department of Workforce Services. Mon-Fri 8-5pm

Phone: 801-526-0950


Esusu is providing interest-free loans to individuals who have been impacted by a loss of income due to COVID-19. This fund is designed to safeguard renters while supporting tenants and landlords as we collectively navigate this crisis.

Use code AB20 for priority processing. Eligible for funding once. Apply on their website.

Housing Authority of Utah County

Public Housing is limited to low-income families and individuals. Call to apply for public housing.

Phone: 801-373-8333

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development- VA Supportive Housing

Collaborative Program between HUD and the VA that combines HUD housing vouchers with VA supportive services to help Veterans who are homeless and their families find permanent housing. Serving Veterans, homeless, disabled.

Phone: 801-582-1565

Military Housing Assistance Fund (MHAF)

Services to expand housing opportunities to both veterans and active duty military, guard, and reserve personnel. Provides gift funds to assist with purchasing a new home, and the funds don’t have to be paid back.

Phone: 720-932-8049

Housing Works

An online service designed to help individuals and organizations working in subsidized/affordable/special needs housing. Provides resources for people seeking housing, mailing services, etc. Apply on their website.

Immigration and Refugee Resettlement

Provides comprehensive resettlement services to refugees from various regions of the world. Trained case managers help with housing, jobs, ESL, etc

Phone: 801-977-9119

Residential and Group Homes with RISE

Provides residential homes in traditional neighborhoods for adults with disabilities. They also have an Independence Living home with 24 hours of personal care for adults. Offer this at a reduced cost.

Phone: 801-373-1197

TURN Community Services Inc.

Residential program for those who require medical or other specialized support. Levels of support include daily living skills, selfcare/hygiene, socialization, transportation and financial management.

Phone: 801-359-8879

The Refuge Utah

The Refuge Utah helps women and children escaping domestic violence or sexual assault. They have 8 transitional housing units and can offer financial assistance for rent and other housing needs. They also offer therapy, support classes, and have a 24/7 hotline.

Phone: 801-227-5038

Habitat for Humanity

Partners with people in the community. They help you build your own home alongside volunteers. Must be low-income or live in substandard housing, and willing to partner with Habitat.

Phone: 801-344-8527

Utility Assistance

Community Action Services

In addition to a food pantry, Community Action can help with some utility payments. Must apply online and work with a case manager to determine the need and assistance. 

Open 8-4 Monday-Friday

Phone: 801-373-8200

Weatherization Assistance Program

Weatherization Assistance helps low-income individuals and families reduce energy costs and increase comfort and safety in their homes. We help clients with energy education, indoor air quality, combustion safety and energy efficiency. Reduced-cost services. 

Phone: 801-851-7300

Bill Payment Assistance – Rocky Mountain Power

The local branches of the Salvation Army administer the program and distribute the grants and funds to individuals who need the assistance with their bills. 

Phone: 855-969-0526

HEAT Program

By Mountainland Association of Governments. Assists individuals and families pay for their power and gas bills year-round. Serving low-income families.

Phone: 801-229-3855

Medical/Wellness Assistance

Mountainlands Community Health Center

Affordable and appropriate healthcare to low-income, uninsured, and under-insured individuals.  They provide medical, mental health, pharmacy and dental services on a Sliding Fee Scale based on family size and income. Locations below.

589 S State Street Provo, UT 

750 N 200 W Provo, UT

299 E 900 S #101 Provo, UT

910 E 100 N Ste 155 Payson, UT

Phone: 801-429-2000

Payson Family Health Center

Health Professionals assuring the provision of high quality health care for everyone in our community. They include medical, dental, and health services.

910 E 100 N Suite 155 Payson, UT

Phone: 801-429-2000

Merrill Gappmayer Family Medicine Center

Equipped with state-of-the-art technology that includes x-rays. Physicians are 1st and 3rd year resident doctors supervised by board certified family practice doctors and specialists. Income verification required.

475 West 940 North Provo, UT 

Phone: 801-357-7930

Utah County Wellness Clinic

Provides physical exams, family planning, women’s services, STI clinics, and laboratory testing. They also provide free services for those who qualify. To make an appointment, call the clinic. Monday-Friday 8-4pm

151 S University Ave Provo, UT

Phone: 801-851-7031

Utah County Immunizations

Provides all routine preventative vaccines for infants and older. Vaccines for uninsured children 18 and younger are provided at no cost, but an administration fee is charged. They also provide immunization records. Walk-in clinic.

151 S University Ave Provo, UT

Phone: 801-851-7025

Community Health Connect – Specialty Visits

Care coordinators help applicants get connected with a doctor or dentist in the community. Minimized cost to the patient. To qualify, bring income verification, Utah county residency, referral from a primary care physician indicating the specialty needed, completed application, and a $20 membership fee.

591 South State St, Provo, UT 84606

Phone: 801-808-3015

Mountain Vista Direct Medical Clinic

Subscription medical care for uninsured adults.

Address: 236 S 500 W, Provo UT 84601

Phone: (385) 436-4327

Blake Family Medicine

Subscription medical care for uninsured adults and children.

Address: 777 N 500 W #101A, Provo UT 84601

Phone: (385) 375-7985

Volunteer Care Clinic

ONE TIME free visit to clinic; not for treating chronic illnesses. Free care for those that do not have insurance. Quality health and dental care for low-income uninsured men, women, and children in Utah County. 5-7 PM Tues & Thurs. 

589 S State St. Provo, UT 

Phone:  801-812-8094 (English) 801-812-8597 (Spanish) 

Maliheh Free Clinic

Provides free, same-day access to high quality urgent medical care for all qualified patients.

Monday & Thursday 9am-4pm

Tuesday & Wednesday 9am-8pm

Friday 9am-Noon

941 East 3300 South, Salt Lake City, Utah 84106

Phone: 801-266-3700


Provides Birth control, emergency contraception, STD testing and cancer screenings in addition to abortions. Provides LGBT services, pregnancy testing, and general healthcare. Can provide services at a low cost or free. 

Phone: 801-226-5246

Silver Sneakers

Provides Physical exams, family planning, women’s services, STI clinics, and Laboratory testing. They also provide free services for those who qualify. To make an appointment, call the clinic. Monday-Friday 8-4pm

Phone: 801-851-7031

BeWise Program

The BeWise program offers free breast exams and pap smears for women 40-64 years old for free or low cost who qualify. It also offers free blood pressure test, cholesterol, sugar/glucose test. Individual lifestyle coaching is offered with this program. To see if you qualify or have questions, please call the clinic Monday-Friday 8-4:30 PM.

151 S University Ave Provo, UT

Phone: 801-851-7031

Planned Parenthood

Provides birth control, emergency contraception, STD testing and cancer screenings in addition to abortions. Provides LGBT services, pregnancy testing, and general healthcare. Can provide services at a low cost or free.

1086 1200 W, Orem, UT

Phone: 801-226-5246

Half-Price Dental

$49 Cleaning with a licensed hygienist with free exam and x-rays. Fillings, Crowns, Veneers, Root Canals, Dental Implants, extractions. 

1176 S 1480 W Orem, UT 

Phone: 801-426-0774

UVU Dental Hygiene Program

Low-cost dental cleaning and preventative care. Closed in the Summer.

987 S Geneva Rd Orem (MATC Building) 

Phone: 801-863-7608

Rocky Mountain University Center for Communication Disorders

No cost assessment and intervention for speech, swallowing, voice, and fluency. Monday-Friday 8-4pm

561 E 1860 S Provo, UT

Phone: 801-734-6821

Asthma Home Visits – Utah County Health Department

This free program includes working with a certified Asthma Educator to learn how to make your home allergy and asthma friendly. Go to the website to see if you qualify and to schedule an appointment. 

Phone: 801-851-7509

Stepping On: Falls Prevention for Older Adults

A free 7-week program that helps reduce your risk of falling for those age 65 and older. Register online or by phone call.

Phone: 801-851-7528

Living Well: Diabetes, Chronic Pain and Chronic Conditions

The Utah County Health Department offers free 6- week workshops to help those living with a chronic condition, Type II Diabetes, and chronic pain. For questions, call 801-851-7528. The classes are offered in English and Spanish. You can register online or by phone call.

Phone: 801-851-7528

Prevent T2: National Diabetes Prevention Program

This 1-year lifestyle change program is for those that have been diagnosed with prediabetes. Participants meet 24 times over the course of a year with a trained lifestyle coach and a small group of individuals working towards the same goals of preventing type 2 diabetes. Check the website for qualifications and to register. $250/program. English and Spanish available. 

Phone: 801-851-7528

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Assistance Programs

The Odyssey House

Outpatient services for individuals living with substance abuse and dependency issues. 

Wasatch Mental Health Outpatient Services

Provides group and individual therapy, medication, management and supportive counseling.

750 N Freedom Blvd, Provo, UT 801-373-9656 

578 E 300 S American Fork 801-763-5010 

750 N 200 W Provo, UT 801-373-4760 

Skills Development Services

Provides a strengths-based approach where treatment, vocational training and support are provided to individuals to regain social skills, job skills, and maintain psychiatric stability. 

Serenity Recovery and Wellness

Maternal mental health for pregnant and postpartum women. Postpartum depression support. 

39 Professional Way Ste 2, Payson

Phone: 801-984-0184

Mountainlands Mental Health Services

Comprehensive mental health services are available for patients through a referral by a Mountainlands primary care provider.

589 S State St Provo, UT 84606

Phone: 801-429-2000

Highland Springs Specialty Clinic

Must have Medicare. Provides therapy and counseling, as well as medication management. 

Phone: 385-474-888

BYU Comprehensive Clinic

Individual, family, and group counseling, postpartum mental health, child assessments. For students and non-students.

Warmline – Peer support specialist available: 801-587-1055 (8am-11pm)

Steps Recovery Center

Substance abuse, marriage counseling, postpartum depression. Accepts Medicaid for outpatient services.

901 S Orem Blvd, Orem, UT

984 S 930 W Payson, UT

Phone: 801-465-5111 

Alcohol Anonymous

Support group help for alcoholism.

742 N 500 W #103 Provo, UT

Phone: 801-375-6562

The House of Hope

House of Hope is a private, nonprofit organization offering residential, day treatment, and outpatient substance use disorders treatment for adult women. 

1726 S Buckley Ln, Provo, UT

Phone: 801-375-6562

Addiction Recovery – Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

12-step addiction and recovery program; Several locations – look on website for a program near you

Phone: 801-375-8620

Alpine House

A temporary home for individuals who were mental health patients or individuals already in the community who have emotional/behavioral problems.

156 S 300 W Provo, UT

Phone: 801-373-9042

New Roads Foundation – Substance Abuse Counseling

Service-rich and developmentally-specific young adult extended care program for clients who are struggling with transition into adulthood. Provides counseling.

1365 W 1250 S Orem, UT

Phone: 801-669-5858

Project Reality

Medication-Assisted treated services for those addicted to opioids such as oxycodone, fentanyl, morphine, etc. They provide therapy, case managers, and physicians who can treat the individual. Screening for eligibility done at an initial appointment. 

151 S University Ave Suite #1400 Provo, UT 

Phone: 801-851-7118

Opioid Overdose Prevention Training

The Utah County Health Department offers a FREE 60-75 minute class on overdose prevention and how to administer Naloxone.

To schedule a class or walk-in, contact

Phone: 801-851-7139

QPR: Question, Persuade, Refer

QPR teaches you how to become a gatekeeper to prevent suicide. You will learn how to recognize the warning signs and what you can do to help. 

If you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts, please get help immediately at the Utah County Crisis line: 801-691-LIFE(5433)

 To schedule a QPR training or find one near you, call 801-851-7513

Mental Health Hotlines

NAMI – National Alliance for Mental Illness

You are not alone, find help with NAMI. Monthly support groups and presentations. Call or text the hotline: 800-950-NAMI 

Phone: 385-208-1796

Utah Suicide Prevention Coalition

Phone: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Wasatch Mental Health Crisis Hotline

1175 E 300 N Provo, UT

Phone: 801-373-7393

Utah Crisis Line and Outreach Team

Available 24/7 Phone: 801-587-3000

SAMHSA Disaster Distress Helpline

Available 24/7 Phone: 1-800-985-5990

TEXT: “TALKWITHUS” to 66746 → Spanish available

Emotional Help Relief Hotline

Available 24/7 Phone: 833-442-2211

Offered in 19 languages

“MyStrength” Self-Care App

MyStrength offers web and mobile self-help resources that empower consumers to be active participants in their journey to becoming – and staying – mentally and physically healthy.

Access code: BurkeCommunity

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

24/7 hotline. 1-800-273-8255

Employment/Education Assistance

Department of Workforce Services

Employment and public assistance programs. Apply for SNAP, TANF, Unemployment assistance, and job search on their website.

Phone: 866-435-7414

Deseret Industries: Employment Services

On the job training, development counselor to help you achieve your goals. Can gain certificates and education. Just need a recommendation from an LDS bishop.  Look-up the closest center to you and then call!

Utah Services- Life Skills Restoration 

Offers job coaching, services targeted to help you become employment ready. Assist in life skill training. Mock interview practice, social skill building, money management, diet and meal preparation, time management, etc.

Honest Jobs

Help people impacted by the criminal justice system find employment.

Phone: 614-954-0034

TURN: Employment Services

Provides support to individuals with disabilities who reside in a residential setting. Help ages 14+ to find competitive, integrated employment in the community. They provide work-based learning, job prep, supported employment, customized employment.

Phone: 801-385-6494


Temporary assistance for needy families. Time limited assistance who helps families with children when the parents or other responsible relatives cannot provide for the family’s basic needs. Monday-Friday 8-5 PM

Phone: 866-435-7414

Back to Work 50+ by AARP 

Back to Work 50+ provides the training and tools older adults need to compete with confidence for today’s in-demand jobs. They help with job searching, computer skills, and other help. 

591 South State St, Provo, UT 84606

Phone: 855- 850-2525

UVU Women’s Success Center

The Women’s Success Center provides support, leadership, coaching, and advocacy for students. We work with students to remove barriers to graduation and navigate the landscape of higher education. Our services are available to all students on campus and to community members who need support through a life transition or transitioning back to school.

Phone: 801-863-3010

Centro Hispano: Job Services 

Assistance with resumes, job applications, assistant filling out citizenship forms, and tax forms. 

650 W 100 N Provo, UT 84606

Phone: 801-655-0258

Adult Education-Alpine, Provo, Nebo School Districts 

Programs offered to adults. The flexible hours can accommodate most work schedules to help you make time to further your education. GED classes, increase English literacy, prepare to take the citizenship test. Tuesdays & Thursdays 5-7 PM 

Phone: (Provo) 801-374-4904; (Alpine) 801-610-8188; (NEBO) 801-354-7417

Mountainland Applied Technology Center

One of the most affordable options in Utah. They offer scholarships and financial aid opportunities for students. They offer classes and integrated internships for hands-on learning.

650 W 100 N Provo, UT 84606

Phone: 801-753-6282 

Parent Education Resource Center 

Operating in the North Basement of the Orem Public Library, the PERC acts as a library for the parents and children, They rent out games, activities, and enrichment activities. Monday-Friday 8-4 PM

Phone: 801-229-7390

BYU Law Help 

Free 30 minute consultations and legal advice 

Phone: 801-422-3025

Office of Recovery Services 

Recovers child support payments. Ensure that parents are financially responsible for their children by providing child support services and support for children in care. 

Phone: 801-536-8500 

A volunteer attorney legal service. A free legal clinic at the Family Justice Center on Tuesday Nights. Walk-in Clinic. 

Phone: 801-649-8895

A nonprofit law office that provides legal help. Must be a low-income Utahn to qualify for help.

Phone: 801-662-4245 

Utah State Bar 

The State Bar can help you get in contact with a lawyer near you. They also have pro bono requests and free clinics listed on their website. 

Family Services

Parenting Classes- Family Support and Treatment Center 

The traditional class is taught from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM on Wednesday nights. The traditional 10 week course is offered 3 times each year, so interested individuals must call to sign up for the next available round of classes. In rural communities or areas where resources are limited, “in-home” coaching is available.

Phone: 801-229-1181

Kids in Care 

The Kids in Care program offers child care assistance for eligible parents to support formal job search activities. A parent can receive up to 150 hours of job search child care assistance.

Phone: 801-526-9675

Car Seat Education and Safety Checks 

Utah County Health Department provides virtual car seat classes. Instructions to sign up are on the Utah County website. They also offer car seat assistance and checks through video call, phone, and in-person. You can schedule a free car seat inspection/installation appointment by calling 801-851-7095. English and Spanish available. At Provo and American Fork locations.

Adult Education-Alpine, Provo, Nebo School Districts 

Programs offered to adults. The flexible hours can accommodate most work schedules to help you make time to further your education. GED classes, increase English literacy, prepare to take the citizenship test. Tuesdays & Thursdays 5-7 PM 

Phone: (Provo) 801-374-4904; (Alpine) 801-610-8188; (NEBO) 801-354-7417

Mountainland Applied Technology Center

One of the most affordable options in Utah. They offer scholarships and financial aid opportunities for students. They offer classes and integrated internships for hands-on learning.

650 W 100 N Provo, UT 84606

Phone: 801-753-6282 

Parent Education Resource Center 

Operating in the North Basement of the Orem Public Library, the PERC acts as a library for the parents and children, They rent out games, activities, and enrichment activities. Monday-Friday 8-4 PM

Phone: 801-229-7390 

Welcome Baby: Utah County Health Department

This program is available to families in Utah County and can be done in English or Spanish. Services include weight/growth checks, developmental screening, postpartum depression screening, parent education, referral to community resources, and referral to early intervention services. 

Phone: 801-851-7026 

Prenatal 0-5 Year Old Visits

Focuses on child development with additional emphasis on early prevention and intervention. This program includes monthly visits by nurses. Call for program requirements. 

Phone: 801-851-7026 

Parents As Teachers

Parents As Teachers focuses on keeping families resilient, healthy and happy. Families receive 2 visits per month for about 2 years. Parent educators discuss parenting concerns and share fun activities that help parents and children play together.

Phone: 801-851-7026 

Success by Six

A program to help families understand how to be their child’s teacher and adapt to their community. Parent educators visit families 1-2 times per month using the Parents as Teachers curriculum. This is only for Spanish-speaking families.

Phone: 801-851-7026 

Baby Your Baby 

The Utah County Health Department assists pregnant women to apply for Medicaid so they can receive medical care through Medicaid insurance if the qualify. Pregnant women can apply for Baby your Baby anytime during Pregnancy.

Phone: 801-851-7033