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  • Utah Gives Back

    Beaver County Children’s Justice Center

    Did you know that 1 in 5 kids in Utah will be sexually abused before the age of 18? When this is reported, traditionally, an investigation of the abuse requires multiple interviews by police, social services, medical personnel, and more. The Beaver County Children’s Justice Center aims to change this with their home-like facility that […]
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    Ability Found

    In 1988, because of a lack of oxygen at birth, Matthew Robison was born with several disabilities; he was blind, mostly paralyzed, and spoke only a few words. He lived ten years and during that time the Robison family learned that many people with disabilities were in need of, but unable to afford, the assistive […]
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    Latino Behavioral Health Services

    The Latino community makes up over 14% of our population equaling over 400,000 people in Utah. Studies show that the Latino community experiences some of the highest health disparities in our state. Poverty and lack of access to healthcare are both risk factors that contribute to high rates of mental and emotional conditions and substance […]
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    The Green Urban Lunch Box

    A college student once wanted to replace the concrete parking lot outside her dorm with a small garden plot, but she knew how difficult it would be to grown vegetables in such an urban environment. Through some brainstorming, they decided to build a mobile greenhouse out of a school bus. This project is now known […]
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    Hope4Utah

    Utahns have been social distancing for the last few months to serve the public good and that can come with psychological challenges. The loss of routine, fear of infection, financial burden, and isolation from others can take a tole on our mental health. Hope 4 Utah and Hope Squads throughout the state provide peer-to-peer suicide […]
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    Waste Less Solutions

    In Utah, about 600,000 tons of food are wasted every year. Food is thrown away and heads to the landfill which then releases methane gas as the food decomposes. Food waste is responsible for about 8% of global emissions and is the number one item filling our landfills. Dana Williamson took matters into her own […]
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    Utah Gives Back Day

    Today, June 25, SelectHealth will be highlighting organizations throughout Utah that make a difference in our community as part of Utah Gives Back day. While quarantine makes gathering in person difficult, there are still many ways to give back and serve in our local community.  Hope Squad School-based peer to peer suicide prevention program, based […]
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    Primary Children’s-Water Safety

    For 30 years, Primary Children’s Hospital has worked to keep kids safe in our communities. Tragedies can happen in a blink of an eye. With summer and warmer temperatures here, it’s important to be especially careful around water. Drowning is the second leading cause of death among Utah children under the age of 14. Water […]
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    Centro Hispano

    Imagine you live in the world where people rarely speak or write your language. You’re trying to get information about taxes, healthcare, and other community resources, but understand…very little. Almost 14% of Utahns are Hispanic, that’s 1 out of 7 people. Centro Hispano empowers Hispanics to have equal access to the information and resources they […]
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    Granite Education Fund

    Across Utah, 1 in 7 children suffers from hunger, but in the Granite School District, the number is more than 3 in 5 children! Hunger emerges over periods beyond the school day like the weekends, holidays, and summer. The Granite Education Foundation established a school pantry program and has been delivering food to address hunger. […]