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Utah Gives Back with KSL NewsRadio and SelectHealth!

Each weekday, SelectHealth Community Relations Manager Greg Reid spotlights a Utah organization making a difference in the community. These organizations are featured on Utah Gives Back each weekday morning at 6:58 a.m. Listen each day to hear about the exceptional work being done across Utah.

If you know of an organization or company who extends a hand of friendship, understanding, hope or help, please nominate them to be spotlighted on Utah Gives Back by clicking above.

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    Utah Conservation Corps Urban Community Farm

    One in eight households in Utah struggle to afford enough food; that’s more than 350,000 people. This is often a hidden problem that impacts families and individuals in all communities. The Utah Conservation Corps began the Urban Community Farm in Cache Valley with the intention to strengthen community food security, increase participation in civic agriculture, […]
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    The Haven

    Substance use disorders affect individuals and their families in three ways – physically, emotionally, and spiritually. At The Haven in Salt Lake City they address each of those components using therapeutic interventions and facilitation of emotional and spiritual wellness. They understand that recovery is an uphill battle and provide support to their clients using compassion, […]
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    Southeast Utah Health Department – The Hope Squad of Carbon and Emery Counties

    Suicide is the leading cause of death in Utah youth ages ten to seventeen and the state’s suicide rate for all ages is more than 60 percent above the national average. In order to combat this epidemic, the Southeast Utah Health Department created The Hope Squad of Carbon and Emery Counties. They bring awareness and provide suicide prevention activities to benefit those in the community who need it the most.
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    Rescue Mission

    What do you do when you see a panhandler? Do you give them money? Or feel guilty if you don’t? If you’d like to give to those experiencing homelessness, the best way is to donate to organizations that can truly help them. The Rescue Mission of Salt Lake provides emergency services and addiction recovery throughout the state of Utah, regardless of their place in life, gender, race, religion, age, or diversity.
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    Share a Smile

    Did you know that your oral health offers clues about your overall health? Or that problems in your mouth can affect the rest of your body? Daily brushing and flossing keep bacteria in our mouths under control. But it’s hard to brush and floss when you’re not in a stable home. Those who are experiencing homelessness are much more likely to have dental problems.
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    LiVe Well – Setting Goals

    Research has proven that people who set goals are more successful in life than those who don’t. But something you may not know is that those who make a lot of goals struggle to define the ones that matter the most to them. The end result? They lose sight or feel overwhelmed and don’t make a change at all.
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    The Christmas Box International

    In Utah, there are over 11,000 youth experiencing homelessness. Most lack the essential life skills or a positive role model and have few people to turn to for help. The Christmas Box International embraces them while partnering with local, national, and international communities. Their goal is to prevent child abuse and improve the quality of life for children, teens, and young adults who have been abused, neglected, or are facing homelessness.
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    Holiday Message

    During this holiday season, SelectHealth would like to acknowledge all of the local organizations and volunteers making a difference in communities across our great state. Utah Gives Back is a program that brings together the collective efforts of many. In 2018, we were able to recognize 52 organizations and gather volunteers to give their time and resources at The Ronald McDonald House, South Salt Lake City’s Fitts Park, Wasatch Community Gardens, Courage Reins, and Salt Lake City Fisher House. Through these events we were able to improve lives and better our communities, and we are thankful for your support. To be involved in future events, visit
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    Northern Utah Coalition

    As of 2016 there were over 3,000 people diagnosed with HIV in Utah. Fortunately, there are resources out there to help those without access to healthcare screenings. The Northern Utah Coalition’s Wellness Program is an HIV/AIDS and HEP C intervention and prevention program that is designed to serve this population through advocacy, education, testing, and treatment in the Ogden-Weber communities.
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    Open Wheelchair Foundation

    Traditional motorized pediatric wheelchairs are expensive, heavy, bulky and require modifications to the family’s vehicle and home. The Open Wheelchair Foundation developed a solution that addresses all off these issues by creating a do-it-yourself motorized chair that you can lift with your pinky.