Statewide Resources

Legal Resources

Timpanogos Legal Center
  • Hotline: (801) 649-8895 (M-F 9am - 2pm)  
  • Tuesday Night Online Clinic: Provides legal advice on family law issues. Contact for an appointment. The clinic is also held in-person in Provo, UT.
  • Document Clinic: Eligible clients can receive document assistance on family law cases. Common documents we assist with are Petitions to Modify, Orders to Show Cause, Temporary Orders, and Motions to Set Aside.
Utah Legal Services (ULS)
  • Intake: (801) 328-8891 (M-F, 9am - 2pm)  
  • Find out if you qualify for their services here
  • ULS may be able to provide representation and assistance in the following areas: family law, public benefits, housing, consumer law, senior assistance, agricultural work, and Native American Indian concerns. Find out more here.
Legal Aid Society of Salt Lake
  • Main Office: (801) 328-8849  
  • Provides full representation on domestic relations cases to those who qualify. Find out more here.
  • Provides assistance on obtaining protective orders for victims of domestic violence. Find out more here.
  • Service available only in Salt Lake County.

MyCase

  • MyCase is an online portal provided by the Utah Courts that allows self-represented parties to view their case history, view documents filed in their case, and file documents electronically in existing cases (limited to debt collection, eviction, and small claims for now)
  • Currently available for district court cases. Unavailable in Salt Lake County until June 21, unavailable in Junction, Loa, and Panguitch, and unavailable for most justice courts.
  • Currently available for criminal, debt collection, divorce, eviction, temporary separation, and small claims cases.

Utah Office for Victims of Crime

Crime Victim's Legal Clinic
  • (801) 746-1204  
  • Provides free legal representation when a victim’s rights are at stake. List of victim rights is available on their website.
People's Legal Aid
  • (801) 477-6975  
  • Provides eviction representation and debt collection defense to Utah residents.
  • Some free court forms are available on their website.
Disability Law Center
  • (800) 662-9080 (voice)  
  • (800) 550-4182 (TTY)
  • Provides legal services and disability rights education. Services available statewide to those who qualify. No regard for ability to pay.

Expungement Clinic at Utah Legal Clinic

  • Contact (801) 328-9531 to set up a free 30 minute consultation.  
  • Having your criminal record expunged means that it is no longer publicly available information. Future employers will no longer be able to find the criminal record, and the applicant will not need to disclose the conviction.
Utah State Bar Attorney Directory
  • You can search for a specific attorney within the Utah State Bar.  
Utah Courts Self-Help Center
  • Learn more about legal proceedings and find resources such as court templates and relevant laws.  
Utah Free Legal Answers
  • Free legal advice for those who income-qualify.  
  • Cannot be represented by an attorney and cannot ask questions about criminal charges.
Utah State Bar Modest Means Lawyer Referral Program
  • Referrals to Utah attorneys who can charge a reduced rate for services; currently the rate will be $50/hr, $75/hr, or a flat fee.  
  • Must income-qualify.

Housing Resources

Utah Affordable Housing Database

  • Search for affordable housing and see if you qualify for government-subsidized housing. You will enter your household information, desired location to live, and how many people are in your family to see what is available.      

Department of Housing and Urban Development

  • Get more information on affordable housing and Section 8 vouchers in Utah.      

Health Resources

Community Health
  • The mission of Community Health Centers is to provide quality patient-centered primary care services to vulnerable and underserved individuals regardless of their ability to pay.
  • Offers access to primary and preventive health care, dental services, and mental health provided in a compassionate, respectful, and professional manner. 
  • Many service providers are bilingual (Spanish) and they can arrange for translators of other languages.
Utah Department of Health
  • Find out how to enroll in a healthcare plan, learn about public health insurance plans, and find resources on healthcare for underserved and uninsured populations.
Intermountain Healthcare
  • Intermountain has clinics, urgent cares, and hospitals throughout the state. Find a location near you.
  • Intermountain can sometimes help cover the cost of medical care. See if you qualify here.
  • You can call their Emotional Health Relief Hotline at (833) 442-2211 between 7am and 7pm. A team of caregivers will conduct a small assessment to help you navigate many pathways to appropriate tools and resources for your mental health.
  • Connect Care Behavioral Health provides treatment for mild-to-moderate behavioral health conditions. It’s available to everyone. Access a psychiatric nurse practitioner for a $0 co-pay for those insured through an Intermountain health plan (all adult SelectHealth members). Appointments are available daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and can be scheduled by calling 833-442-2670.

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: nationaldeafhotline@adwas.org
Utah Domestic Violence Coalition
  • Operates the 24/7 domestic violence hotline in Utah. Provides resources for survivors as well as advocates for survivors in the community.
Victim Advocates
  • 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.
Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault (UCASA)
  • A nonprofit aimed at ending sexual violence in all its forms.
Utah Court-Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)
  • 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).
We Will
  • Nonprofit dedicated to the prevention and mitigation of sexual assault
  • Resources for survivors are available here
Adult Protective Services
  • 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

Division of Child and Family Services
  • 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.
Children’s Justice Centers
  • 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.
Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
  • 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

Employment Resources

Department of Workforce Services
  • Search job listings, learn about available trainings, and explore career options.
Utah Career Resources
  • Find education and training opportunities and explore job resources in the state of Utah.
People Helping People
  • 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.

Other Resources

Utah Dispute Resolution
  • Can provide mediators on a reduced fee to clients in financial need.
Utah Human Trafficking Tipline
  • (801) 200-3443
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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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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.