Child Abuse Prevention & Intervention

Programs, often offered in the schools or in other community settings, that attempt to protect children from physical, sexual and/or emotional abuse or exploitation through a variety of educational interventions which may focus on children of various ages, parents, people who work with children and/or the community at large. (AIRS FN-1500.1900-150)

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195 North 1950 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
Phone: 801-538-4100 Crisis Line: 855-323-3237
Organization Name: Division of Child and Family Services
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Address:
195 North 1950 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
Phone: 801-538-4100
Crisis Line: 855-323-3237
Toll Free Phone: 855-323-3237
Fax: 801-538-3993
Eligibility: Varies according to service, eligibility determined by local DCFS offices.
Services Provided: Works to prevent child abuse and neglect, investigate abuse and neglect, offer foster care, family services and services for youth. Services include but are not restricted to crisis intervention, sex abuse treatment, mental health treatment, parent education among other services.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 11/13/2019

American Fork, UT

Organization Name: Division of Child and Family Services
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Address:
861 East 900 North
American Fork, UT 84003
Phone: 801-763-4100
Toll Free Phone: 855-323-3237
Fax: 801-763-4081
Email: dcfsintake@utah.gov
Eligibility: Varies according to service, eligibility determined by local DCFS offices.
Services Provided: Prevent child abuse and/or neglect.
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. Works to keep children safe from abuse and neglect and provide domestic violence services by strengthening families and working with communities.
Provider Profiles: Referrals for the state are now processed through our Centralized Intake office in Magna, where staff are available 24/7 to take referrals. The new number for Centralized Intake is 1-855-323-3237.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 11/19/2019

Ballard, UT

Organization Name: Division of Child and Family Services
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Address:
86 North 1500 East
Ballard, UT 84066
Phone: 435-722-6440
Toll Free Phone: 855-323-3237
Fax: 435-247-2546
Email: dcfsintake@utah.gov
Eligibility: Contact Centralized Intake office, toll free
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 1-855-323-3237. Due to processing times for email referrals, there could be up to a week's turn-around time.
Source: Medical Home Portal
Last Updated: 12/11/2018

Brigham City, UT

97 South Main Street
Brigham City, UT 84302
Phone: 435-213-7291
Organization Name: Bikers Against Child Abuse of Utah
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Address:
97 South Main Street
Brigham City, UT 84302
Phone: 435-213-7291
Eligibility: Serves children of all ages who have been abused.
Services Provided: Works in conjunction with local and state officials who are already in place to protect children, lend physical and emotional support affiliation and physical presence, and shield children from further abuse.
Source: Help Me Grow Utah via United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 8/8/2019
1050 South Medical Drive Ste B
Brigham City, UT 84302
Phone: 435-734-4075
Organization Name: Division of Child and Family Services
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Address:
1050 South Medical Drive Ste B
Brigham City, UT 84302
Phone: 435-734-4075
Toll Free Phone: 855-323-3237
Eligibility: Ages 0 - 18
Services Provided: Works to prevent child abuse and neglect- investigates abuse and neglect, offers foster care, family services and services for youth.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 11/19/2019
Organization Name: Utah Association of Family Support Centers
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Address:
276 North 200 East
Brigham City, UT 84302
Phone: 435-723-6010
Toll Free Phone: 800-733-6010
Fax: 435-723-7539
Eligibility: Families in Box Elder County with children under the age of 18, regardless of income
Services Provided: Provides services to families with young children to prevent the occurrence and/or re-occurrence of child abuse and family conflict. Offers crisis and respite nursery care, parent advocate program, and family therapy services.

Issues Treated:
Fear, worry & anxiety; obsession/compulsions
Sadness, hopelessness, & depression
Inattention & hyperactivity
Rule breaking, defiance, & "acting out"
Severe mood swings & bursts of rage
Drug & alcohol use
Provider Profiles: Katy Bonds, LCSW

Approaches Used:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT)
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
Family Therapy
sand tray therapy
EMDR trauma processing
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 4/16/2020

Cedar City, UT

PO Box 2455
Cedar City, UT 84721
Phone: 801-577-0532
Organization Name: Bikers Against Child Abuse of Utah
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Address:
PO Box 2455
Cedar City, UT 84721
Phone: 801-577-0532
Eligibility: Serves children of all ages who have been abused.
Services Provided: Works in conjunction with local and state officials who are already in place to protect children, lend physical and emotional support affiliation and physical presence, and shield children from further abuse.
Source: Help Me Grow Utah via United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 1/30/2020

Clearfield, UT

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

Ephraim, UT

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: 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. Aims to provide an atmosphere of trust and safety where children can disclose information.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 11/14/2019

Heber City, UT

PO Box 392
Heber City, UT 84032
Phone: 801-577-0532
Organization Name: Bikers Against Child Abuse of Utah
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Address:
PO Box 392
Heber City, UT 84032
Phone: 801-577-0532
Eligibility: Serves children of all ages who have been abused.
Services Provided: Works in conjunction with local and state officials who are already in place to protect children, lend physical and emotional support affiliation and physical presence, and shield children from further abuse.
Source: Help Me Grow Utah via United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 1/30/2020
1540 East 980 South
Heber City, UT 84032
Phone: 435-657-1000
Address:
1540 East 980 South
Heber City, UT 84032
Phone: 435-657-1000
Fax: 435-654-3963
Eligibility: Children who have suffered abuse and are going through a child abuse investigation.
Services Provided: Provides a comfortable, child friendly atmosphere for the alleged victims of child abuse to receive coordinated services during the investigative process.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 2/13/2020

Hyrum, UT

Organization Name: Family Place
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Address:
10 North 600 East
Hyrum, UT 84319
Phone: 435-752-8880
Toll Free Phone: 435-752-8880
Eligibility: Children in preschool through 6th grade, Utah, Cache and Rich counties
Services Provided: Protects children who are at risk of being abused or neglected by hosting family-focused events as well as offering workshops and counseling. Also offers The Kid's Place for weekly and emergency child care.
Provider Profiles: Offices in Logan, Hyrum and Smithfield
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 12/10/2019

Lehi, UT

3400 West Mayflower Avenue Suite 500
Lehi, UT 84043
Phone: 801-341-2308
Organization Name: Younique Foundation
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Address:
3400 West Mayflower Avenue Suite 500
Lehi, UT 84043
Phone: 801-341-2308
Email: ahartvigsen@youniquefoundation.org
Services Provided: Defend Innocence empowers parents and caregivers to protect their children from sexual abuse with free online resources. Website provides short videos, downloadable infographics, blog posts, and learn how to start conversations that keep kids safe.

On a case by case basis, presents to schools, businesses, churches, parents, etc.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 12/3/2019

Logan, UT

Organization Name: Family Place
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Address:
1525 North 200 West
Logan, UT 84341
Phone: 435-752-8880
Fax: 435-752-8884
Email: counseling@thefamilyplaceutah.org
Wheelchair Access: Complete
Eligibility: None
Services Provided: Emergency child care, scheduled weekly respite care, age-specific children's workshops, therapy, parenting classes, and family-focused events. Also, home to The Starfish Children's Shelter which is a loving home for children in transition to foster care and we help them on the road to healing with trauma-informed care and counseling services.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 4/16/2020

Magna, UT

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

Ogden, UT

Organization Name: Bikers Against Child Abuse of Utah
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Address:
PO Box 9105
Ogden, UT 84409
Phone: 801-598-2950
Email: baca.trouble@yahoo.com
Eligibility: For children of all ages who have been abused.
Services Provided: Works in conjunction with local and state officials who are already in place to protect children, lend physical and emotional support affiliation and physical presence, and shield children from further abuse.
Source: Help Me Grow Utah via United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 1/30/2020
Organization Name: Volunteers of America Utah
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Address:
3340 Harrison Boulevard Ste 130
Ogden, UT 84403
Phone: 801-621-5600
Fax: 801-621-5610
Services Provided: Offers counseling and education on topics critical to the continued financial stability and growth of individuals and families. Teaches consumers how to make confident and healthy choices regarding credit, budgeting, home buying, and debt.
Source: Medical Home Portal
Last Updated: 11/14/2016
Organization Name: Division of Child and Family Services
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Address:
950 East 25th Street Ste C
Ogden, UT 84401
Phone: 801-629-5800
Toll Free Phone: 855-323-3237
Fax: 801-629-5866
Email: dhsinfo@utah.gov
Wheelchair Access: Complete
Eligibility: Ages 0 - 18
Services Provided: Works to prevent and investigate child abuse and neglect. Offers foster care, family services, and services for youth. Services include but are not restricted to crisis intervention, sex abuse treatment, mental health treatment, parent education among other services. For youth who are approaching the end of foster care services.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 1/30/2020
3340 South Harrison Boulevard, Suite 110
Ogden, UT 84403
Phone: 801-393-3113
Organization Name: Utah Association of Family Support Centers
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Address:
3340 South Harrison Boulevard, Suite 110
Ogden, UT 84403
Phone: 801-393-3113
Fax: 801-394-1910
Email: fsco.family@gmail.com
Wheelchair Access: Complete
Eligibility: Weber and Morgan counties. Families who have adopted a child through the State of Utah’s Division of Child and Family Services- ages 0-17
Services Provided: Provides education and supportive services to strengthen the family unit and enhance family functioning including a crisis nursery, parenting and step-family parenting education, financial education, adoption respite, trauma therapy for children who have been removed from homes, and linking families to appropriate community resources.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 4/16/2020
2955 Harrison Boulevard Ste 104
Ogden, UT 84403
Phone: 801-393-3366
Address:
2955 Harrison Boulevard Ste 104
Ogden, UT 84403
Phone: 801-393-3366
Toll Free Phone: 855-323-3237
Fax: 801-805-0109
Wheelchair Access: Complete
Eligibility: At-risk families with children under the age of 5.PAT serves a range of families with high needs, and offers services from birth to kindergarten entry.
Services Provided: Offers child abuse prevention programs to students, faculty, parents, and community members. Prevention programs educate parents on how to prevent their children from internet predation, as well as recognizing the signs that your child is bullying, or the victim of bullying. Programs also train educators to recognize the signs of all forms of child abuse, so they can stop abuse by taking action and reporting it to administrators and law officials.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 6/27/2019

Orem, UT

PO Box 2090
Orem, UT 84057
Phone: 866-712-2873 Crisis Line: 866-712-2873
Address:
PO Box 2090
Orem, UT 84057
Phone: 866-712-2873
Crisis Line: 866-712-2873
Eligibility: Serves children of all ages who have been abused.
Services Provided: Works in conjunction with local and state officials who are already in place to protect children, lend physical and emotional support affiliation and physical presence, and shield children from further abuse.
Source: Help Me Grow Utah via United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 1/6/2020
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:
1255 North 1200 West
Joy A O'Banion Building
Orem, UT 84057
Phone: 801-229-1181
Fax: 801-229-2787
Email: info@utahvalleyfamilysupport.org
Languages Spoken: Spanish
Eligibility: For individuals and families in Utah, Wasatch, Summit, Millard and Juab counties. Children 0 - 11. Many services are free and fee for service program rates may be reduced for those who qualify. Contact for current information.
Services Provided:

Provides therapeutic treatment and prevention for children, adults, and families whose lives have been affected by abuse or neglect.

Services Include:

  • Crisis Respite Nursery 24 hour
  • Professional Counseling
  • Prevention Education
    • Parenting classes
    • Trauma resilience
    • Social Skills classes for children ages 5-11
  • Adoption Respite
Provider Profiles:

Janelle Christensen, MSW, Executive Director

Stuart Harper, LCSW

Larry A. Krause, BSW, MSW: Specializes in treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder and child centered play therapy.

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

Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 6/26/2020

Price, UT

Organization Name: Utah Association of Family Support Centers
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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
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, 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. It is not a drop off day-care program.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 4/16/2020

Roosevelt, UT

Organization Name: Utah Association of Family Support Centers
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Address:
259 North 700 East, Room 115-3
Roosevelt, UT 84066
Phone: 435-722-2401
Fax: 435-722-8579
Eligibility: Children 0-11 years old, will receive children if parents have an emergency, doctor appointment or counseling sessions. Otherwise persons 18+ years old. Daggett, Duchesne and Uintah counties.
Services Provided: Provides child abuse prevention and parenting classes, a Resource Lending Library, and supports parents and guardians as they strive to provide a healthy, happy environment for their children.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 4/16/2020

Salem, UT

609 North State Rd 198 South
Salem, UT 84653
Phone: 801-794-6700
Organization Name: Division of Child and Family Services
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Address:
609 North State Rd 198 South
Salem, UT 84653
Phone: 801-794-6700
Email: carolmiller@utah.gov
Eligibility: Varies according to service, eligibility determined by local DCFS offices.
Services Provided: Works to prevent child abuse and neglect, investigates abuse and neglect, offers foster care, family services, and services for youth.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 12/12/2019

Salt Lake City, UT

2121 South State Street Ste 202
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Phone: 801-532-3404
Organization Name: Prevent Child Abuse Utah - Northern Region
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Address:
2121 South State Street Ste 202
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Phone: 801-532-3404
Toll Free Phone: 855-323-3237
Fax: 801-805-0109
Wheelchair Access: Complete
Eligibility: Services available to individuals, business, and civic groups.
Services Provided: Forges and guides a community commitment to prevent child abuse in all forms through programs, services, public awareness, education, public policy development and system partner collaboration.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 1/6/2020
Organization Name: State of Utah
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Address:
Salt Lake City, UT
Email: registerme@donotcontact.utah.gov
Eligibility: Any resident of Utah is eligible for services
Services Provided: A free program that helps you stop adult-oriented solicitations from being targeted at you and your family. The program allows you to protect email addresses, phone numbers, instant messengers IDs, and fax numbers.
Source: Help Me Grow Utah via United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 11/5/2019
Organization Name: Volunteers of America Utah
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Address:
447 West Bearcat Drive (2200 S)
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Phone: 801-355-2846
Fax: 801-359-3244
Eligibility: Children and youth, families. Treatment for those who otherwise are unable to afford treatment, sliding scale. Childcare available. Patient diagnosis must be appropriate for outpatient treatment. Subsidized substance abuse and domestic violence treatment services are primarily available for Salt Lake County residents within income criteria. Children and adults from low-income families who have witnessed or experienced domestic abuse.
Services Provided: Cornerstone Counseling Center provides counseling, therapy and support to families impacted by addiction to alcohol and other drugs, and/or involved with domestic violence. Children's Care Center available to accommodate the treatment schedule of parents.
Treatment for any of the following:
Significant family changes and psychosocial stressors
Emotional or behavior problems
Abuse or neglect
Mood and anxiety disorders
Low self-esteem
Trauma-related symptoms
Engages in risky or self-harming behaviors or threatens suicide
Are older than the age range for parent-child groups but still affected by parental substance abuse.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 6/6/2019

Sandy, UT

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
10008 South Creek Run Way (100 E)
Sandy, UT 84070
Phone: 801-253-5720
Organization Name: Division of Child and Family Services
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Address:
10008 South Creek Run Way (100 E)
Sandy, UT 84070
Phone: 801-253-5720
Toll Free Phone: 855-323-3237
Eligibility: Varies according to service, eligibility determined by local DCFS offices.
Services Provided: Works to keep children safe and strengthens families through prevention, child protective services, in-home services, and out-of-home care.Child abuse and child neglect prevention services for families may include voluntary Protective Services Counseling, court-ordered Protective Services Supervision, evidence-based home visitation programs, Protective Family Preservation for children who are at immediate risk of an out-of-home placement, parenting classes, developing child safety plans, teaching conflict resolution and problem solving skills, and other specialized information and referral.Also handles client complaints unresolved by the case manager through the regional office (see appropriate regional office for contact info), then the State Office (See State Office complaint contact number below), then, finally, through the Office of Child Protection Ombudsman (Search as a separate provider).
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 11/19/2019

Smithfield, UT

502 South Main Street
Smithfield, UT 84335
Phone: 435-755-5872
Organization Name: Family Place
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Address:
502 South Main Street
Smithfield, UT 84335
Phone: 435-755-5872
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, referral and support for families in crisis.
Provider Profiles: Offices in Logan, Hyrum also
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 12/10/2019

Spanish Fork, UT

3075 N. Main
Spanish Fork, UT 84660
Phone: 801-851-4335
Address:
3075 N. Main
Spanish Fork, UT 84660
Phone: 801-851-4335
Email: radKIDS@radKIDS.org
Services Provided: Information and resources for child safety, as part of a national radKIDS. Activities emphasize character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness. Other programs include peer mentoring; parent education and resources; college program for college students who want to become radKIDS® instructors; instructor certification program; publications; financial support; and local meetings.
Provider Profiles: Partners with Elizabeth Smart Foundation
Source: Medical Home Portal
Last Updated: 7/17/2018

St. George, UT

PO Box 1276
St. George, UT 84771
Phone: 801-577-0532
Organization Name: Bikers Against Child Abuse of Utah
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Address:
PO Box 1276
St. George, UT 84771
Phone: 801-577-0532
Eligibility: For children of all ages who have been abused.
Services Provided: Works in conjunction with local and state officials who are already in place to protect children, lend physical and emotional support affiliation and physical presence, and shield children from further abuse.
Source: Help Me Grow Utah via United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 1/30/2020
Organization Name: Utah Association of Family Support Centers
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Address:
310 West 200 North
St. George, UT 84770
Phone: 435-674-5133
Crisis Line: 435-773-0585
Eligibility: All parents are welcome to participate. Early childhood program for parents with children age 0-11. Parent handbook is general parenting information for parents of children age 0-18.
Services Provided: Children's crisis and respite care nursery, up to 3 hours per day per family. Do not have to be a current client to receive clothing.
Source: United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 4/16/2020

Tooele, UT

PO Box 782
Tooele, UT 84074
Phone: 801-577-0532
Organization Name: Bikers Against Child Abuse of Utah
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Address:
PO Box 782
Tooele, UT 84074
Phone: 801-577-0532
Eligibility: Serves children of all ages who have been abused.
Services Provided: Works in conjunction with local and state officials who are already in place to protect children, lend physical and emotional support affiliation and physical presence, and shield children from further abuse.
Source: Help Me Grow Utah via United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 1/30/2020

West Jordan, UT

PO Box 1680
West Jordan, UT 84088
Phone: 801-577-0532
Organization Name: Bikers Against Child Abuse of Utah
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Address:
PO Box 1680
West Jordan, UT 84088
Phone: 801-577-0532
Toll Free Phone: 866-712-2873
Eligibility: For children of all ages who have been abused.
Services Provided: Works in conjunction with local and state officials who are already in place to protect children, lends physical and emotional support affiliation and physical presence, and shields children from further abuse.
Source: Help Me Grow Utah via United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 1/30/2020

Nationwide

3751 West 6h Street, #70308
Los Angeles, CA 90070
Phone: 213-365-1906 Crisis Line: 888-539-2373
Address:
3751 West 6h Street, #70308
Los Angeles, CA 90070
Phone: 213-365-1906
Crisis Line: 888-539-2373
Fax: 213-365-5257
Email: info@castla.org
Eligibility: Contact for eligibility.
Services Provided: CAST's client services programs offer support all along the continuum of a human trafficking survivor’s journey, including: emergency response, counseling and skills training, shelter, legal advocacy and survivor leadership.

Hotline & Emergency Response: 888-539-2373. The hotline provides around the clock response to victims of human trafficking and law enforcement and serves as a resource to the community for referrals, technical assistance and reporting tips regarding potential human trafficking cases. The emergency response team provides immediate, short-term services to ensure the safety and well-being of victims when they first escape their trafficking situation.

Social Services: CAST's intensive case management program offers a client-centered, trauma-informed approach to helping survivors along their journey to freedom and independence. The program begins with a comprehensive assessment to determine goals and necessary next steps. Services include basic necessities, safety planning, supportive counseling, medical, education, life skills training, employment, transportation, applying for state/federal benefits and more.

Legal Services: CAST attorneys empower survivors to assert their legal rights and choose appropriate remedies to rebuild their lives. The legal services program works collaboratively with survivors, community-based organizations, public-interest attorneys and numerous government agencies to ensure survivors of human trafficking are provided culturally-sensitive, victim-centered legal representation. Along with its in-house legal team, CAST's pro bono attorneys dedicate their time and talent assisting with immigration advocacy, criminal victim-witness advocacy, civil litigation, family law and cutting edge policy initiatives.

Youth Program: CAST recognizes the specialized needs of minor and transition age youth (TAY) survivors of human trafficking and developed specific youth-focused programming. Youth services include monthly group activities focused on empowerment, positive experiences and education; comprehensive case management with interventions geared towards youth; and individual assistance navigating various systems, including the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services and Probation Department, when necessary. In addition, the program offers internships for Transition-Aged Youth (TAY), which seek to build job skills and professional development through direct work experience and mentorship.

Survivor Leadership: CAST’s work is directly informed by the real experiences of the clients it serves. The survivor leadership programs, Survivor Advisory Caucus (launched in 2003) and National Survivor Network (launched in 2011), bring together a community of survivors of human trafficking for peer-to-peer mentorship and survivor-led advocacy. Their voices on policy and public awareness have led to the development of stronger protections for victims in both California and federal anti-trafficking laws. By connecting survivors across the country, CAST supports and encourages survivors to realize their own leadership qualities and to value their insight, not just as survivors, but as experts in the field.

Training & Technical Assistance: CAST’s Comprehensive Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) program is designed to provide expertise and training for service advocates on the full spectrum of legal remedies available to human trafficking victims through individualized technical assistance, in-person training and regular working group calls. CAST TTA is now offering free support to attorneys and social service providers assisting trafficking survivors with legal needs in the following areas of law: immigration, criminal re-entry, reporting to law enforcement, ethics, criminal victim witness advocacy, program support, referrals, civil and more. Through this program, CAST's TTA team established a toll-free hotline and dedicated email to respond to breaking requests for technical assistance from both legal and social service providers. For case specific questions or individualized technical assistance for attorneys and social service providers, contact TTA through the online "Technical Assistance Request Form". We try to respond to TA requests within 72 hours. If the volume of requests is high response may be up to 7 days.

Advocacy & Public Policy: Drawing from nearly two decades of direct experience with victims of human trafficking, CAST has catalyzed first-of-its-kind legislation and has won the respect and partnership of a diverse group of policy leaders. CAST begins all its policy initiatives by engaging its main constituents – survivors themselves. These initiatives center on survivor experiences and highlight survivor advocacy. CAST not only introduces anti-trafficking legislation, but also works hard to ensure policy implementation.

Los Angeles local programs:
-Shelter
-Partnerships & Outreach
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Last Updated: 1/17/2020
1433 N 1075 West, Suite 110
Farmilngton, UT 84025
Phone: 801-447-9360
Address:
1433 N 1075 West, Suite 110
Farmilngton, UT 84025
Phone: 801-447-9360
Fax: 801-447-9364
Email: mail@dontshake.org
Wheelchair Access: Complete
Services Provided: A nonprofit 501(c)3 public charity with a mission to “Prevent shaken baby syndrome and promote the well-being of infants generally through the development and implementation of programs, policy and research; and to support and educate families, caregivers and professionals.”
Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 1/7/2020
Organization Name: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
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Address:
5600 Fishers Lane, Parklawn Building, Room 17C-26
Rockville, MD 20857
Services Provided: Website-based resources for parents and caregivers who play an essential role in helping children and teenagers recover from traumatic events.
Provider Profiles: Internet-based resource
Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 1/6/2020
Address:
Phone: 888-373-7888
Crisis Line: 888-373-7888
Text: 233733
TDD: 771
Toll Free Phone: 888-373-7888
Email: nhtrc@polarisproject.org
Eligibility: Victims of human trafficking and their friends and families.
Services Provided: Provides a 24/7 reporting hotline, information, and confidential referral to social and legal services for victims and survivors of human trafficking.
Provider Profiles: US Department of Health and Human Services and non-government sources
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Last Updated: 11/14/2019
9 New Venture Drive Unit 4
South Dennis, MA 02660
Phone: 844-723-5437
Address:
9 New Venture Drive Unit 4
South Dennis, MA 02660
Phone: 844-723-5437
Toll Free Phone: 888-482-1118
Fax: 508-760-2089
Email: radkids@radkids.org
Eligibility: Elementary age children can participate in a radKIDS program if there is a program in their area. Women and Men’s classes are for ages 12 and up.
Services Provided: RadKIDS teaches and trains children with skills that help them recognize, avoid, resist, and if necessary escape violence or harm in their lives. Instructors at many elementary schools and local police officers are trained by the national organization radKIDS to teach classes on these skills.
Provider Profiles: Partner with Elizabeth Smart Foundation
Source: Help Me Grow Utah via United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 1/6/2020