Iron County Resources

Domestic Violence Shelter

Canyon Creek Women’s Crisis Center
  • (435) 867-9411
  • P.O. Box 2081, Cedar City, UT

Victim Advocates

Canyon Creek Women’s Crisis Center
  • (435) 867-9411
  • P.O. Box 2081, Cedar City, UT
Iron County Atty’s Office Victim Services
  • (435) 865-5318
  • 82 N. 100 E. Ste. 201, Cedar City, UT
Iron County CJC (for Juveniles) 

Mental Health & Addiction Support

Oasis House
  • (435) 586-0213
  • Day treatment programs
Horizon House
  • (435) 586-2515
  • Cedar City offers residential substance abuse treatment, available at two locations
Southwest Behavioral Health Center
  • (435) 867-7654
  • Helps individuals to prevent and recover from severe and persistent mental illness and addiction

Medical Care Providers

Cedar City Hospital
  • (435) 868-5000
  • Offers general medical care

Housing

Housing Authority of Iron County
  • (435) 586-8462
  • Provides affordable, safe housing for low income families, elderly, and disabled persons
Care and Share
Community Action in Cedar City
  • (435) 867-8384
  • Provides rental assistance and a rapid rehousing program through Five County Association of Governments
Community Housing Services
Weatherization
  • (435) 586-0585
  • Provides overall weatherization through Five County Association of Governments
Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah

Food

Care and Share
True Life Center (Cedar City)
  • (435) 867-0405
  • Food pantry for community members

Employment Assistance

LDS Employment Center
  • (435) 586-0684
  • Assists with job referral and training for all community members regardless of their faith
Utah State Rehabilitation Services
  • (435) 586-9995
  • Provides vocational rehabilitation and employment services for individuals with a disability

This is not intended to be a complete list of services. Please contact the service provider to confirm that you are eligible to receive services from them.

If you are aware of updates or additional services, please email tlcinfo@timplegal.org 

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