UTAH GIVES BACK

Flourish Bakery

Nov 15, 2021, 7:00 AM

Substance use disorders and incarceration can damage the lives of individuals, families, and communities. Flourish Bakery’s internship program offers an innovative solution for those affected by these complex social issues. Flourish teaches the art and skills of professional baking while fostering hope, healing, and accountability to those recovering from substance use disorders with a history of incarceration.

Their program includes an internship where the interns earn a living wage, participate in wellness programs like weekly writing circles and workouts, and receive financial counseling. Simply put, Flourish Bakery’s internship program provides people with the opportunity to begin again.

You can order baked goods from Flourish’s online store or head to their “back door store” in historic downtown Midvale. Flourish offers cookies, pies, brownies, breakfast pastries, and more. All their products are made from local and organic ingredients. If you are interested in participating in the program or ordering a treat, visit FlourishSLC.org.

SelectHealth recognizes the passion for people provided by Flourish Bakery as another example of how Utah Gives Back.

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