San Juan County Resources

Domestic Violence Shelters

Seekhaven (Moab) 
  • Resource Center is open weekdays from 9am to 5pm, located at 81 N. 300 E., Moab, UT. 
  • Seekhaven provides emergency shelter to victims who identify as female; victims can bring up to two children with them. 
  • They also provide some support groups and counselors, as well as access to victim advocates.
  • (435) 259-2229
Gentle Iron Hawk Shelter (Blanding)
  • Serves primarily Native American populations in the four corners area. They offer crisis intervention, safety planning, and some emergency shelter.
  • (435) 678-2445

Food

Utah Food Bank Southern Distribution Center
  • 4416 S. River Road, St. George, UT
  • (435) 656-9122
  • Monday - Friday, 8am - 4:30pm

Medical

Utah Navajo Health System
  • Provides primary healthcare, optometry, chiropractic, dental, and behavioral health services
  • Several locations throughout the county

Housing

Housing Authority of Southeastern Utah
  • Provides affordable housing options and rent-to-own programs
  • 321 E. Center St., Moab, UT
  • (435) 259-5891

Victim Advocates

County Sheriff’s Office
  • (435) 587-2237, extension 236
Utah Navajo Health Systems
  • Tonya Grass: (435) 727-3000 or tgrass@unhsinc.org

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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