Resources for Survivors of Domestic Violence
24/7 Crisis Hotlines
- Domestic Violence: 1 (800) 897-5465
- Rape Recovery Center: (801) 467-7273
- Adult Protective Services: 1 (800) 371-7897
- Suicide Prevention: 1 (800) 273-8255
- Sego Lily Center for the Abused Deaf (24/7 hotline for deaf or hard of hearing victims of domestic violence): Video Phone: (855) 812-1001 OR email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Operates the 24/7 domestic violence hotline in Utah. Provides resources for survivors as well as advocates for survivors in the community.
- Contact your local domestic violence shelter or police department and ask to be connected to a Victim Advocate.
- Victim Advocates assist victims in navigating the many services available to them, and can provide direction on obtaining a protective order.
- A nonprofit aimed at ending sexual violence in all its forms.
- This program appoints volunteers to be a special advocate for minors, typically those who have been removed from their homes and placed in foster care.
- The CASA meets with the children, gets to know them, and helps them through transitions. They will also report information to the attorney representing the minor(s).
- Nonprofit dedicated to the prevention and mitigation of sexual assault
- Resources for survivors are available here
- Report elder abuse online or by phone at 1 (800) 371-7897
- Learn the signs of abuse and of caretaker neglect on their website
Resources Serving Children
- To report child abuse, call 1-855-323-3237
- Provides in-home services such as counseling, parenting skills education, conflict resolution skills education, and helping families connect to their community.
- Investigates claims of child abuse and neglect in Utah.
- A Children’s Justice Center is a program in which representatives from law enforcement, child protection, prosecution, mental health, medical services, and victim advocacy work together to conduct interviews and make team decisions about investigation, prosecution, and treatment of child abuse cases.
- Centers are located throughout the state.
- Provides uninsured children and teenagers access to healthcare. Call your local Department of Workforce Services office for eligibility or apply online.
- 1 (877)-KIDS-NOW
- Search job listings, learn about available trainings, and explore career options.
- Find education and training opportunities and explore job resources in the state of Utah.
- Employment program dedicated to helping low-income women and single moms reach their full potential in the workplace.
- Helps families break the cycle of poverty by teaching low-income women how to earn a living wage.
- Can provide mediators on a reduced fee to clients in financial need.
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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.
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