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Emily Ashmead

  • Utah Gives Back

    Scenic View Academy

    Utah has one of the highest rates of autism in the nation. Nearly 1 of every 54 children born in Utah is on the autism spectrum. The vast majority of autism services and resources are directed toward supporting children, but they will soon grow into adults and struggle to get the support they need to […]
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    Seager Memorial Clinic

    The Seager Memorial Clinic in Ogden has been open for more than 30 years and serves those experiencing homelessness and low-income families of northern Utah. Free medical, dental, and mental health care is provided by volunteer doctors, nurses, dentists, pharmacists, and staff. They believe in equipping people with the medication, health care access, and information […]
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    First Step House

    Affordable housing continues to be a top concern for Salt Lake City and the surrounding areas. Organizations are coming together to take responsibility and make a difference. First Step House provides treatment, housing, and employment services to low-income people experiencing homelessness, substance use disorders, and mental health conditions. Last year, they served over 1,000 people […]
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    Safe Harbor Crisis Center

    Sexual assault and domestic violence are often seen as women’s issues, but these crimes know no limits – gender identity, sexual orientation, income, religion, or neighborhood. Safe Harbor Crisis Center is there to help without judgement and is the first and ONLY domestic violence and rape crisis center in Davis County. They provide shelter, supportive […]
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    Running Forward

    Building character and self-confidence are both important for children navigating life’s challenges, especially in school. Running Forward is a program that helps elementary school students do that by encouraging healthy habits and perseverance through walking, running, and other physical activities. Running Forward started as a service project directed by University of Utah students, but has […]
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    Volunteers of America

    Volunteers of America Utah helps vulnerable people who are struggling with homelessness, mental illness, or addition. They are taking steps forward to break down barriers and guide those in need on a journey of self-reliance. Their programs include homeless services, shelter and resource centers, addiction facilities, counseling, housing, and supportive services to facilitate life-long well-being […]
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    SelectHealth Awards

    Do you know of a program that supports the community? Or an organization that changes the lives of those around you? The SelectHealth Awards support 20 organizations each year with an award worth over $23,000. Award winners promote health and wellness, assist individuals with special needs, create safe environments, and build strong communities. Whether it’s keeping […]
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    211

    If you need help with food, housing, disaster relief, employment, or education would you know who to call? 211 is the most comprehensive locally sourced social services information in the U.S. They have teams of compassionate, highly trained specialists that are available 24/7 to help you access the best local resources and services to address […]
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    Holiday Message

    During this holiday season, SelectHealth would like to acknowledge all the local organizations and volunteers making a difference in the communities across our great state. Utah Gives Back is a program that brings together the collective efforts of many. In 2019, we were able to recognize over 40 organizations and gather volunteers to give their […]
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    Maliheh Free Clinic

    The Maliheh Free Clinic is on a mission to reverse the cycle of poverty and suffering created by poor health, by providing free, high-quality medical care to low-income, uninsured Utah families. They treat everyone with respect, fairness, and compassion so no one leaves without hope. Access to regular health care significantly contributes to the well-being […]