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Programs that provide therapeutic interventions for individuals and/or families who are experiencing child abuse including abandonment, neglect, or emotional, physical or sexual abuse by a parent, guardian, or other family or extended family member whom the child trusts and who is in a position of power over the child. Counseling is offered in a variety of settings and may include individual, conjoint, family and group therapy sessions for the child, the abusing or non-abusing parent(s) and siblings.(AIRS RP-1400.8000-020.15)

257 11th Avenue and B Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84103
Phone: 385-468-4560
Organization Name: Salt Lake County Government
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Address:
257 11th Avenue and B Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84103
Phone: 385-468-4560
Fax: 385-468-4559
Wheelchair Access: Complete
Eligibility: Children ages 17 and under and their family members who are involved in an investigation of child abuse and are not the alleged offender. Adult victims with disabilities are also served.
Services Provided: A children's advocacy center, provides coordinated services for children and their families during the investigative process of child abuse complaints, including: crisis intervention, forensic interviews in child-friendly interview rooms, trained interviewers, specialized medical exams via Primary Children's Medical Center staff housed on-site, and advocacy services.
Provider Profiles: Administered by the Utah Attorney General, the Utah CJC Program includes 20 locations statewide.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 1/7/2020
463 East 500 South
St. George, UT 84770
Phone: 435-634-1134
Address:
463 East 500 South
St. George, UT 84770
Phone: 435-634-1134
Fax: 435-673-1785
Email: cjc@washco.utah.gov
Eligibility: Children who have suffered abuse and are going through child abuse investigation.
Services Provided:

Collaborates with community partners to protect children and promote healing for children victims and caregivers.

  • Child Abuse Reporting/Emergency Response
  • Child Abuse Counseling
  • Children's Protective Services
  • Child Abuse Medical Evaluations
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 11/12/2020
Address:
Window Rock, AZ 86515
Phone: 435-727-5858
Fax: 928-697-5540
Eligibility: Navajo Nation residents
Services Provided: 1. Child protection services.
2. Energy assistance (apply through Kayenta).
3. General assistance.
4. School Clothing Program.
Source: Medical Home Portal
Last Updated: 2/13/2020
Salt Lake City, UT
Service Categories:
Address:
Salt Lake City, UT
Service Categories:
Services Provided: Provides a comfortable, neutral, child-friendly atmosphere for children to receive coordinated services during the child abuse investigative process.
Child-friendly facility, multidisciplinary team of professionals, support services.

Many centers have onsite medical rooms staffed through a partnership with Primary Children's Hospital; other centers utilize a local medical professional sensitive to children's needs.
Provider Profiles: Located in every county in Utah.
Source: Medical Home Portal
Last Updated: 11/13/2019
Address:
315 South 100 East
Provo, UT 84606
Phone: 801-851-8554
Fax: 801-851-8518
Eligibility: Children who have suffered abuse and are going through child abuse investigation.
Services Provided: The Children's Justice Center is a homelike facility which serves children and families who are experiencing the crisis and chaos that comes with the disclosure of significant physical or sexual abuse of a child. It is designed to be a comfortable setting for children to be able to feel safe and reveal the truth of what they have been going through.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 11/13/2019
Organization Name: Division of Child and Family Services
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Address:
PO Box 808
Fort Duchesne, UT 84026
Toll Free Phone: 855-323-3237
Fax: 855-323-3238
Email: dcfsintake@utah.gov
Eligibility: Varies according to service, eligibility determined by local DCFS offices.
Services Provided: 1. Child welfare services - protective services, foster care and adoptions.
2. Family services - family, marriage and child counseling, parenting groups, day care placement, supervision and follow through.
3. Family Preservation Unit - services for families who have experienced some difficulties related to abuse or neglect, but for whom removal of the child from the home is not necessary.
4. To be a foster parent contact the Utah Foster Care Foundation, www.utahfostercare.org/, or 1-877-505-5437 (Toll-free).
5. Adoption.
6. Independent Living Program (ILP) - a program for teens from age 16 to 18 who will not be returning to their natural home. Teaches youth to function independently and transition successfully from foster care into adulthood. Teen must currently be in the custody of the state such as foster care.
7. Services for youth - in their home.
Provider Profiles: All child abuse and/or neglect referrals for the state are now processed through our toll free Centralized Intake office in Magna, where staff are available 24/7. For email referrals, there could be up to a week's turn-around time.
Source: Medical Home Portal
Last Updated: 10/15/2019
Address:
1350 East 12300 South
Draper, UT 84020
Phone: 801-673-8900
Eligibility: Serves Northern Utah County and Salt Lake County
Services Provided: Parent education, family therapy, and play therapy. Specialize in therapy for abuse and trauma and Jungian Oriented therapy for adult self realization.
Provider Profiles: J. Craig Peery, PhD, LCSW
BA, MA, PhD. Columbia University
MSW Brigham Young University
C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich Switzerland
Jung Institutes in San Francisco, and Denver
Source: Medical Home Portal
Last Updated: 4/20/2020
8282 South 2200 West
West Jordan, UT 84088
Phone: 385-468-4580
Organization Name: Salt Lake County Government
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Address:
8282 South 2200 West
West Jordan, UT 84088
Phone: 385-468-4580
Wheelchair Access: Complete
Eligibility: Children ages 17 and under and their family members who are involved in an investigation of child abuse and are not the alleged offender. Adult victims with disabilities are also served.
Services Provided: Provides coordinated services for children and their families during the investigative process of child abuse complaints, including: crisis intervention, forensic interviews in child-friendly interview rooms, trained interviewers, specialized medical exams via Primary Children's Medical Center staff housed on-site, and advocacy services.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 7/1/2019
Organization Name: Aspen Ridge Counseling
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Address:
2711 South 8500 West
Magna, UT 84044
Phone: 801-990-4300
Fax: 801-967-2127
Email: info@aspenridgecounselingcenter.com
Eligibility: Ages 3 and older. Accepts private pay and many insurance plans. Contact for current information.
Services Provided: Provides general outpatient counseling services to children, adults, and families. Offices are located in Magna, Midvale, Sandy, Tayorsville, Tooele, and West Jordan. Call the main number to schedule an appointment at any location.

  • Child Abuse Counseling
  • General Counseling Services
  • Adolescent/Youth Counseling
  • Child Guidance
Provider Profiles:

Ashley Prescott, LCMHC- Chief Operating Officer

Approaches Used:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  • Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)

See website or contact for additional provider names and specialties. All providers may not provide all services.

Source: Help Me Grow Utah via United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 11/16/2020
Organization Name: Division of Child and Family Services
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Address:
856 Sage Drive Ste 7
Cedar City, UT 84720
Phone: 435-867-2760
Toll Free Phone: 855-323-3237
Fax: 435-867-2795
Email: dcfsintake@utah.gov
Eligibility: Varies according to service, eligibility determined by local DCFS offices.
Services Provided: 1. Child welfare services - protective services, foster care and adoptions.
2. Family services - family, marriage and child counseling, parenting groups, day care placement, supervision and follow through.
3. Family Preservation Unit - services for families who have experienced some difficulties related to abuse or neglect, but for whom removal of the child from the home is not necessary.
4. To be a foster parent contact the Utah Foster Care Foundation, www.utahfostercare.org/, or 1-877-505-5437 (Toll-free).
5. Adoption.
6. Independent Living Program (ILP) - a program for teens from age 16 to 18 who will not be returning to their natural home. Teaches youth to function independently and transition successfully from foster care into adulthood. Teen must currently be in the custody of the state such as foster care.
7. Services for youth - in their home.
Provider Profiles: All child abuse and/or neglect referrals for the state are now processed through our toll free Centralized Intake office in Magna, where staff are available 24/7. For email referrals, there could be up to a week's turn-around time.
Source: Medical Home Portal
Last Updated: 10/15/2019
11801 South Christmas Box Lane
Ogden, UT 84404
Phone: 801-627-2823
Organization Name: Christmas Box International
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Address:
11801 South Christmas Box Lane
Ogden, UT 84404
Phone: 801-627-2823
Eligibility: Children and youth 0 - 17 years old
Services Provided: A 24/7 emergency shelter for victims of child abuse and neglect until an appropriate placement has been set up or until their environment at home is safe. Provides Christmas to abused and neglected children and teens.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 6/13/2019
Organization Name: Division of Child and Family Services
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Address:
1385 South State Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Toll Free Phone: 855-323-3237
Fax: 855-323-3238
Eligibility: Varies according to service, eligibility determined by local DCFS offices.
Services Provided: 1. Child welfare services - protective services, foster care and adoptions.
2. Family services - family, marriage and child counseling, parenting groups, day care placement, supervision and follow through.
3. Family Preservation Unit - services for families who have experienced some difficulties related to abuse or neglect, but for whom removal of the child from the home is not necessary.
4. To be a foster parent contact the Utah Foster Care Foundation, www.utahfostercare.org/, or 1-877-505-5437 (Toll-free).
5. Adoption.
6. Independent Living Program (ILP) - a program for teens from age 16 to 18 who will not be returning to their natural home. Teaches youth to function independently and transition successfully from foster care into adulthood. Teen must currently be in the custody of the state such as foster care.
7. Services for youth - in their home.
Provider Profiles: All child abuse and/or neglect referrals for the state are now processed through our toll free Centralized Intake office in Magna, where staff are available 24/7. For email referrals, there could be up to a week's turn-around time.
Source: Medical Home Portal
Last Updated: 10/15/2019
Organization Name: Division of Child and Family Services
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Address:
10008 South Creek Run Way
Sandy, UT 84070
Phone: 855-323-3237
Toll Free Phone: 855-323-3237
Eligibility: Varies according to service, eligibility determined by local DCFS offices.
Services Provided: Work to prevent child abuse and neglect, investigate abuse and neglect, offer foster care, family services and services for youth.
Source: Medical Home Portal
Last Updated: 8/9/2018
Address:
58 East 300 North Ste C
Richfield, UT 84701
Phone: 435-893-0488
Eligibility: Children who have suffered abuse and are going through child abuse investigation.
Services Provided: Provides a comfortable, child-friendly atmosphere where children receive coordinated services during the child abuse investigative process.

  • Child Abuse Counseling
  • Child Abuse Medical Evaluations
  • Child Abuse Reporting/Emergency Response
Provider Profiles:

The CJC is a Sevier County government program within the County Attorney's office.

Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 10/12/2020
Organization Name: Duchesne County Government
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Address:
136 North 500 West
Roosevelt, UT 84066
Phone: 435-722-4843
Fax: 435-722-3918
Eligibility: During an investigation process, the center will refer child to a medical examination team.
Services Provided: Provides a child-friendly atmosphere designed to help children feel safe and comfortable while they are being interviewed regarding alleged abuse. Audio and video equipment is used to preserve the interview for evidence and eliminate the need for multiple interviews.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 12/3/2019
545 South 225 East
Cedar City, UT 84720
Phone: 435-867-4275
Address:
545 South 225 East
Cedar City, UT 84720
Phone: 435-867-4275
Fax: 435-867-4282
Email: sfurnival@ironcounty.net
Eligibility: Children who have suffered abuse and are going through child abuse investigation.
Services Provided: Provides a safe place for children who have been abused, or have observed abuse.

  • Child Abuse Counseling
  • Child Abuse Medical Evaluations
  • Child Abuse Reporting/Emergency Response
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 10/12/2020
Organization Name: Intermountain Specialized Abuse Treatment (ISAT)
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Address:
1555 West 2200 South Suite A
West Valley City, UT 84119
Phone: 801-886-8900
Crisis Line: 800-678-9399
Toll Free Phone: 800-303-9805
Fax: 801-886-8898
Email: isat@isatcenter.org
Wheelchair Access: Complete
Eligibility: Sexual offenders and various family members, significant others and those individuals affected by the inappropriate and illegal behavior. Medicaid. Accepts most insurance. Sliding scale available (through State Contract). Accepts payment from Crime Victim Reparations.
Services Provided: Specializes in child sexual abuse and domestic violence victim programs, adults molested as children (AMAC) program, adult sexual offender program, children who molest children program (juvenile sex offender program), intensive offender program (IOP), offender aftercare program, psycho-educational skill courses, diagnostic and psychological evaluations, physiological arousal analysis for offender treatment and assessment, domestic violence program, community resource referral, and public and professional awareness presentations.
Provider Profiles: 24-hour crisis counseling (1-800-303-9805)
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 11/26/2019
3660 South West Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Phone: 801-747-2201
Organization Name: Christmas Box International
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Address:
3660 South West Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Phone: 801-747-2201
Fax: 801-747-2205
Wheelchair Access: Complete
Eligibility: Children birth to 18 years old, who have been taken into protective custody by the Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) or who are in need of foster care placement.
Services Provided: Provides emergency residential shelter and resources until a more permanent place has been found for them. This may be foster care or with family members.
The Christmas Box House has a capacity for 32 children and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Children utilizing the Christmas Box House receive health, medical and dental screening, transportation and participate in recreational activities.
Provider Profiles: We are fortunate to partner with the nonprofit organization, Christmas Box International, which helps with fundraising for basic hygiene items and for recreational events. Christmas Box International also supports the Christmas Box House located in Ogden.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 12/3/2019
81 N Mario Capecchi Drive
Eccles Primary Children's Outpatient Services Bldg.
Salt Lake City, UT 84113
Phone: 801-662-3606
Organization Name: Primary Children's Hospital
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Address:
81 N Mario Capecchi Drive
Eccles Primary Children's Outpatient Services Bldg.
Salt Lake City, UT 84113
Phone: 801-662-3606
Languages Spoken: Spanish
Eligibility: Children and youth at risk for abuse, up to age 18. Medicaid/CHIP, IHC, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, PEHP CHIP, DMBA, TriCare and others. Accepts payment from Crime Victim Reparation.
Services Provided: Providing medical and mental health services to victims of abuse and neglect. The Center is a team of doctors, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, forensic nurses, medical social workers and child therapists who are trained to work with children who may have been physically and/or sexually abused. Medical assessments are also provided in 14 Utah counties.
Outpatient therapy is provided on a weekly basis to assist children who are experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder and other mental health problems related to child abuse including sexualized behavior and aggression. Psychiatric evaluation and follow-up services are also available for children who need them.
Mental health therapists specialize in evidence-based practices that are based on objective data and research.
SHF works closely with the Division of Child and Family Services as well as law enforcement to ensure the safety and well-being of each patient.
Services:
Outpatient medical exams for suspected abuse/neglect
Inpatient medical exams/consults for suspect abuse/neglect
Individual, outpatient therapy
Phone consultation
Provider Profiles: Urgent assistance after-hours 801 662-1000

Antoinette Laskey, MD, Medical Director
Julie Bradshaw, LCSW, Department Director
Amy Oxman, LCSW, Manager
Mary Lassiter, RN, Clinic Coordinator
Medical Providers:
Kristine Campbell, MD
Karen Hansen, MD
Larissa N Hines, MD
Brooks Keeshin, MD
Carey J Rood, BS, MD
Therapists:
Doug Marchant, PhD
Brian Thorn, PhD
Ryan Grant, LCSW
Keeley Mendenhall, LCSW
Kari Cunningham, LCSW
Giulianna Garcia, CSW
Lindsay Shepard, CSW

Affiliated with National Child Traumatic Stress Network, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Therapies include:
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
Designed to reduce children's negative emotions and behaviors after they have experienced some form of trauma, including sexual abuse. It also provides support and skills to help parents cope with their own emotional distress and optimally respond to their child.

Alternatives for Families:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (AF-CBT)
Helps children and their caregivers by promoting less hostile and aggressive behavior, fewer negative interactions with family members, better social skills, and better developmental abilities. Most children who receive this treatment have experienced some form of physical abuse.

Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
Uses step-by-step, live-coached behavioral parent training to improve parenting skills, decrease child behavior problems and improve the quality of the parent-child relationship.

Child and Family Traumatic Stress Intervention (CFTSI)
A 4-6 session early intervention designed to prevent the development of chronic PTSD and associated symptoms.

Eye Movement Desensitization Therapy (EMDR)
A trauma-informed treatment used to treat children and adolescents who have experienced abuse and trauma. Current symptoms are reduced when distressing memories associated with these events are reprocessed into a more adaptive and integrated state.

Trauma Specialized Child Psychiatry Services
Child psychiatrists are available for consultation with medical providers at Primary Children's and the Children's Justice Centers. They are able to evaluate and treat children receiving trauma therapy services at Safe and Healthy Families when appropriate.
Source: Medical Home Portal
Last Updated: 8/15/2019
180 South 300 East Ste A
Moab, UT 84532
Phone: 435-260-1374
Organization Name: Grand County Government
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Address:
180 South 300 East Ste A
Moab, UT 84532
Phone: 435-260-1374
Toll Free Phone: 800-678-9399
Fax: 435-259-3057
Eligibility: None
Services Provided: Provide a child-friendly atmosphere designed to help children feel safe and comfortable while they are being interviewed regarding alleged abuse.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 11/13/2019
Organization Name: Division of Child and Family Services
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Address:
645 East 4500 South
Holladay, UT 84107
Toll Free Phone: 855-323-3237
Fax: 855-323-3238
Email: dcfsintake@utah.gov
Eligibility: Varies according to service, eligibility determined by local DCFS offices.
Services Provided: 1. Child welfare services - protective services, foster care and adoptions.
2. Family services - family, marriage and child counseling, parenting groups, day care placement, supervision and follow through.
3. Family Preservation Unit - services for families who have experienced some difficulties related to abuse or neglect, but for whom removal of the child from the home is not necessary.
4. To be a foster parent contact the Utah Foster Care Foundation, www.utahfostercare.org/, or 1-877-505-5437 (Toll-free).
5. Adoption.
6. Independent Living Program (ILP) - a program for teens from age 16 to 18 who will not be returning to their natural home. Teaches youth to function independently and transition successfully from foster care into adulthood. Teen must currently be in the custody of the state such as foster care.
7. Services for youth - in their home.
Provider Profiles: All child abuse and/or neglect referrals for the state are now processed through our toll free Centralized Intake office in Magna, where staff are available 24/7. For email referrals, there could be up to a week's turn-around time.
Source: Medical Home Portal
Last Updated: 10/15/2019
Organization Name: Intermountain Specialized Abuse Treatment Center (ISAT) - Salt Lake
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Address:
321 North Mall Drive Ste VW-104
St. George, UT 84790
Phone: 435-628-8075
Toll Free Phone: 800-303-9805
Fax: 435-628-0252
Email: tinamisat@gmail.com
Eligibility: Serves children and adults. Medicaid. Accepts most insurance. Sliding scale available (through State Contract). Accepts payment from Crime Victim Reparations.
Services Provided: Offers individual, marital, group, and family therapy. Specializes in child sexual abuse and domestic violence victim programs, adults molested as children (AMAC) program, adult sexual offender program, children who molest children program (juvenile sex offender program), intensive offender program (IOP), offender aftercare program, psycho-educational skill courses, diagnostic and psychological evaluations, physiological arousal analysis for offender treatment and assessment, domestic violence program, community resource referral, and public and professional awareness presentations.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 8/15/2019
Organization Name: The Family Place
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Address:
502 South Main Street
Smithfield, UT 84335
Phone: 435-752-8880
Fax: 435-752-8884
Email: counseling@thefamilyplaceutah.org
Eligibility: Children in preschool through 6th grade
Services Provided:

Protects children and families who are at risk of being abused or neglected. Provides an emergency hotline, counseling, workshops, temporary child care, and referral and support for families in crisis.

COVID-19 UPDATE: Closed to the general public, unless an appointment is scheduled. Not currently accepting in-kind donation, but donations can be make online.

  • Child Abuse Prevention
  • Sexual Assault Prevention
  • Child Abuse Counseling
  • Spouse/Intimate Partner Abuse Counseling
  • General Crisis Intervention Hotlines
  • Crisis Nurseries/Child Care
Provider Profiles:

Offices in Logan, Hyrum also

Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 10/23/2020
Organization Name: Carbon County Government
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Address:
80 South Fairgrounds Road
Price, UT 84501
Phone: 435-636-3739
Toll Free Phone: 435-650-1297
Fax: 435-637-8492
Email: shelley.wright@carbon.utah.gov
Wheelchair Access: Entry and Bathroom(s)
Eligibility: Children birth to 11 years who might have been physically and/or sexually abused.
Services Provided: A home-like facility that serves children who might have been physically and/or sexually abused. The center is designed to help children feel safe and comfortable. The atmosphere is child-friendly and the interview rooms are designed with children in mind. Children visit the center while investigators meet with them and their parents. The Crisis Nursery is intended to be a means of preventing abuse for children 0 - 11 years of age; it is not a drop off day-care program.

  • Child Abuse Reporting/Emergency Response
  • Child Abuse Counseling
  • Home Based Parenting Education
  • Parenting Skills Classes
  • Child Abuse Medical Evaluations
  • Crisis Nurseries/Child Care
  • Child Abuse Prevention
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 10/29/2020
Organization Name: The Family Place
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Address:
10 North 600 East
Hyrum, UT 84319
Phone: 435-752-8880
Toll Free Phone: 435-752-8880
Email: info@thefamilyplaceutah.org
Eligibility: Children in preschool through 6th grade, Utah, Cache and Rich counties
Services Provided: Works with parents and children to build stronger families by hosting family-focused events as well as offering workshops and counseling. Also offers The Kid's Place for weekly and emergency child care.

  • Crisis Nurseries/Child Care
  • General Crisis Intervention Hotlines
  • Spouse/Intimate Partner Abuse Counseling
  • Parenting Skills Classes
  • Sexual Assault Prevention
  • Child Abuse Counseling
  • Child Abuse Prevention
Provider Profiles:

Offices in Logan, Hyrum and Smithfield

Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 10/23/2020
Organization Name: Division of Child and Family Services
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Address:
3452 South 8400 West
Magna, UT 84044
Toll Free Phone: 855-323-3237
Fax: 855-323-3238
Eligibility: Varies according to service, eligibility determined by local DCFS offices.
Services Provided: 1. Child welfare services - protective services, foster care and adoptions.
2. Family services - family, marriage and child counseling, parenting groups, day care placement, supervision and follow through.
3. Family Preservation Unit - services for families who have experienced some difficulties related to abuse or neglect, but for whom removal of the child from the home is not necessary.
4. To be a foster parent contact the Utah Foster Care Foundation, www.utahfostercare.org/, or 1-877-505-5437 (Toll-free).
5. Adoption.
6. Independent Living Program (ILP) - a program for teens from age 16 to 18 who will not be returning to their natural home. Teaches youth to function independently and transition successfully from foster care into adulthood. Teen must currently be in the custody of the state such as foster care.
7. Services for youth - in their home.
Provider Profiles: All child abuse and/or neglect referrals for the state are now processed through our toll free Centralized Intake office in Magna, where staff are available 24/7. For email referrals, there could be up to a week's turn-around time.
Source: Medical Home Portal
Last Updated: 10/15/2019
167 East 100 South
Ephraim, UT 84627
Phone: 435-283-3120
Address:
167 East 100 South
Ephraim, UT 84627
Phone: 435-283-3120
Fax: 435-283-3123
Email: dkeeler@sanpetecounty-ut.gov
Eligibility: Children who have suffered abuse and are going through child abuse investigation.
Services Provided:

Provides a safe place for children who have been victims of any form of abuse.

  • Crime Victim Support
  • Child Abuse Medical Evaluations
  • Child Abuse Reporting/Emergency Response
  • Child Abuse Counseling
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 11/12/2020
Organization Name: Division of Child and Family Services
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Address:
1106 North 1200 West
Orem, UT 84057
Toll Free Phone: 855-323-3237
Fax: 855-323-3238
Email: dcfsintake@utah.gov
Eligibility: Varies according to service; contact Centralized Intake toll free; eligibility determined by local DCFS offices.
Services Provided: 1. Child welfare services - protective services, foster care and adoptions.
2. Family services - family, marriage and child counseling, parenting groups, day care placement, supervision and follow through.
3. Family Preservation Unit - services for families who have experienced some difficulties related to abuse or neglect, but for whom removal of the child from the home is not necessary.
4. To be a foster parent contact the Utah Foster Care Foundation, www.utahfostercare.org/, or 1-877-505-5437 (Toll-free).
5. Adoption.
6. Independent Living Program (ILP) - a program for teens from age 16 to 18 who will not be returning to their natural home. Teaches youth to function independently and transition successfully from foster care into adulthood. Teen must currently be in the custody of the state such as foster care.
7. Services for youth - in their home.
Provider Profiles: All child abuse and/or neglect referrals for the state are now processed through our Centralized Intake office in Magna, where staff are available 24/7 to take referrals. For email referrals there could be up to a week's turn-around time.
Source: Medical Home Portal
Last Updated: 10/15/2019
Organization Name: Utah Association of Family Support Centers
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Address:
1360 East 1450 South
Clearfield, UT 84015
Phone: 801-773-0712
Fax: 801-774-8267
Email: info@opendoorsutah.org
Eligibility: None
Services Provided: Offers programs that strengthen families and nurture healthy parent/child relationships, including crisis/respite nursery care, family information and referral services, Circles self-sufficiency, and family counseling.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 4/16/2020
Organization Name: Division of Child and Family Services
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Address:
55 West 100 North
Fillmore, UT 84631
Toll Free Phone: 855-323-3237
Fax: 855-323-3238
Email: dcfsintake@utah.gov
Eligibility: Varies according to service, eligibility determined by local DCFS offices.
Services Provided: 1. Child welfare services - protective services, foster care and adoptions.
2. Family services - family, marriage and child counseling, parenting groups, day care placement, supervision and follow through.
3. Family Preservation Unit - services for families who have experienced some difficulties related to abuse or neglect, but for whom removal of the child from the home is not necessary.
4. To be a foster parent contact the Utah Foster Care Foundation, www.utahfostercare.org/, or 1-877-505-5437 (Toll-free).
5. Adoption.
6. Independent Living Program (ILP) - a program for teens from age 16 to 18 who will not be returning to their natural home. Teaches youth to function independently and transition successfully from foster care into adulthood. Teen must currently be in the custody of the state such as foster care.
7. Services for youth - in their home.
Provider Profiles: All child abuse and/or neglect referrals for the state are now processed through our toll free Centralized Intake office in Magna, where staff are available 24/7. For email referrals, there could be up to a week's turn-around time.
Source: Medical Home Portal
Last Updated: 10/15/2019
226 West 2230 North Unit 222
Provo, UT 84604
Phone: 801-224-0664
Address:
226 West 2230 North Unit 222
Provo, UT 84604
Phone: 801-224-0664
Eligibility: Serves Provo
Services Provided: Family therapy, play therapy, abuse victims and behavior.
Source: Medical Home Portal
Last Updated: 4/4/2019
98 South 100 East
Farmington, UT 84025
Phone: 801-451-3560
Address:
98 South 100 East
Farmington, UT 84025
Phone: 801-451-3560
Fax: 801-451-3555
Wheelchair Access: Complete
Eligibility: Children 17 years of age or younger who are victims of alleged sexual or physical abuse. Anyone reporting alleged sexual or physical abuse of a child.
Services Provided: Provide a child-friendly atmosphere designed to help children feel safe and comfortable while they are being interviewed regarding alleged abuse. Audio and video equipment is used to preserve the interview for evidence and eliminate the need for multiple interviews.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 11/13/2019
Address:
735 East 9000 South, Ste 100
Sandy, UT 84094
Phone: 801-759-3727
Eligibility: Children and adults 18 months and up
Services Provided: Helps physical, sexual or emotional abuse victims recover through therapy. Wheelchair accessible upon request.
Provider Profiles: Diane Sandoval, LCSW, MSW
801 783-3589
Source: Help Me Grow Utah via United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 4/13/2017
Organization Name: The Family Place
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Address:
1525 North 200 West
Logan, UT 84341
Phone: 435-752-8880
Fax: 435-752-8884
Email: info@thefamilyplaceutah.org
Wheelchair Access: Complete
Eligibility: None
Services Provided: Protects children and families who are at risk of being abused or neglected. Provides an emergency hotline, counseling, workshops, temporary child care, referral and support for families in crisis.

  • General Crisis Intervention Hotlines
  • Parenting Skills Classes
  • Crime Victim Support Groups
  • Child Abuse Prevention
  • Mental Health Related Support Groups
  • Child Abuse Counseling
  • Spouse/Intimate Partner Abuse Counseling
  • Crisis Nurseries/Child Care
  • Sexual Assault Prevention
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 10/23/2020
Address:
Bldg 2296 Morgan Boulevard, Admin 2
Window Rock, AZ 86515
Phone: 928-871-6556
Toll Free Phone: 866-251-5651
Fax: 928-871-7009
Eligibility: Serves Navajo children ages 4 to 17 and attending a participating school (San Juan School District or Sevier School District) or tribally controlled schools on the reservation. No income requirements.
Services Provided:

Provides specialized human services to children, adults, and elderly whom are experiencing abuse, neglect, or crisis and helps to maintain healthy and stable families on the Navajo Nation. Also provides services to individuals and households experiencing temporary financial hardship to help them meet their short term basic needs, immediate emergency needs, and home energy needs.

  • Adolescent/Youth Counseling
  • General Counseling Services
  • Child Abuse Counseling
  • School Clothing
  • Temporary Financial Assistance
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 11/11/2020
Organization Name: Hill Air Force Base
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Address:
7319 Balmer Street Bldg 546
Hill Air Force Base, UT 84056
Phone: 385-209-1811
Email: 75abw.pa@us.af.mil
Eligibility: Must be either on active duty, guard, reservists or family members of active duty military
Services Provided:

The primary office for preventing and treating family maltreatment, including Domestic Violence and Child Abuse, for active duty members, guards, reservists, retirees and their families. Services include new parents support program, pregnancy classes, anger management, parenting class, marital therapy, outreach programs, and therapy for abuse cases, victim advocates, crisis counseling, safety planning, support, and referral resources.

  • Crime Victim Support
  • General Expectant/New Parent Assistance
  • Military Family Service/Support Centers
  • Child Abuse Counseling
  • Spouse/Intimate Partner Abuse Counseling
  • Anger Management
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 11/11/2020