This page hosts information about resources that may be useful to victims of crime and low-income individuals in Utah. Resources are broken into Statewide Resources, County-specific Resources, and Nationwide Resources. These lists are not meant to be complete lists of services. Please contact the service provider to confirm that you are eligible to receive services from them.

Statewide Resources

To see resources available throughout the state of Utah, including legal, housing, employment, and health resources, click here.

County Resources

To see resources specific to your county, click on the name of your county in the list below. If you know what judicial district your county is in, you can also select the judicial district handout to download in the list below.

By Judicial District

Nationwide Resources

Below is a brief list of resources for victims of crime throughout the United States.


National Domestic Violence Hotline
RAINN Sexual Assault Hotline
  • (800) 656-HOPE
  • Chat online with a trained staff member for crisis support
Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Line
  • (855) 323-3237
  • 24/7 hotline to report suspected child abuse
Domestic Violence Information Line
  • (800) 897-5465
  • 24/7 information and referral on domestic violence issues
National Suicide and Crisis Hotline
  • Call 988 from anywhere in the U.S.
  • Chat online at
  • Free and confidential support for people in distress and for those who are worried about a friend or loved one.

Utah Crisis Line

  • (801) 587-3000
  • Provides mental health crisis management, emotional wellness services (including connections to resources), and suicide prevention help.
Trevor Project
  • 1 (866) 488-7386
  • Chat online
  • Text START to 678-678 to text a Trevor counselor
  • Leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ young people under age 25
National Human Trafficking Reporting Hotline
  • (888) 373-7888

Other Resources
  • Provides state-specific legal information and resources for survivors of domestic violence, regardless of gender
  • Contact their email hotline to get legal information regarding domestic violence, sexual violence, and other topics.
LDS Addiction Recovery Program
  • Utilizing a structure similar to AA, the program provides support to those who are looking to overcome addiction
  • Find a meeting near you here
  • Do not have to be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to participate, but the faith is often incorporated into meetings
  • Access timely and reliable information about offenders or criminal cases in U.S. jails and prisons.
  • Register to receive automated notifications via email, text, or phone call, or check custody status information online at any time.
  • Available in 48 states and covering 2,900 incarceration facilities, VINE is a lifesaving service that offers peace of mind to millions of people every day.
  • One of the largest directories of drug and alcohol rehabilitation services available in the United States.

Empowering Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence Through Education: Navigating the Legal System

  • Navigating the twists and turns of the legal system can be challenging for survivors of intimate partner violence, especially when concussion or other injuries have happened. In this video, you’ll get answers to common questions, definitions of legal terms, and valuable tips and tools.
  • This video is about 2 hours long. In the YouTube video description, you can click on which topic you would like to learn about, and it will take you to that part of the video.

Safety Planning

If you are in an unsafe situation, review information here to create a safety plan. You can also call our hotline or attend our clinics to develop a safety plan specific to your situation.

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This project was supported in part by the Utah Office for Victims of Crime, awarded by the Office for Victims of Crime, U.S. Department of Justice. The  opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication are those of Timpanogos Legal Center and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Department of Justice or the Utah Office for Victims of Crime.

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