St. Anne’s Lantern House
It is estimated that over 3,000 people in Utah are experiencing homelessness on any given day. Lantern House in Ogden exists to aid the poor, needy, and those experiencing homelessness by providing food, shelter, and critical emergency services.
They provide a hand up rather than a hand out by transitioning residents from shelter to housing, encouraging their sense of independence, self-sufficiency, and self-confidence. They provide 24/7 services including shelter for men, women, and families of all sizes, a soup kitchen serving three meals a day, case management, and critical needs support.
Lantern House is standing by to help you with deposit & rental assistance, transportation, on-site court hearing, mental health and addiction recovery support groups, and much more. There are no costs or stipulations attached to accessing services and their case managers have the expertise to help reach goals. To learn more about services, volunteering, or donating visit StAnnesCenter.org.
SelectHealth recognizes the hand up provided by St. Anne’s Lantern House as another example of how Utah Gives Back.
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