The Road Home
It is estimated that more than 12,800 people will experience homelessness in Utah this year. The compassionate team at The Road Home is committed to helping people step out of homelessness and back into our community. Their vision is to move people seamlessly from the cold streets into warm housing, from despair and alienation towards home and inclusion.
They work tirelessly to help identify and overcome any hurdles in order to move out of homelessness and back into living successfully on their own. They provide emergency shelter, housing programs, and supportive services such as case management for families and single men and women to leave the shelter and enjoy the life they want to live.
In many cases, the people welcomed by the Road Home have nowhere else to go and emergency shelter is their last option. Without these lifesaving services they would suffer greatly. They seek to give hope back to those who have lost it and offer compassion to all who need it.
SelectHealth recognizes the vital resources provided by The Road Home as another example of how Utah Gives Back.
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