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Canyon Creek Women’s Crisis Center provides shelter and assistance for survivors of domestic violence, rape, and sexual assault.

Service area: Iron, Beaver, and Garfield Counties
Work with: All survivors of rape and sexual assault, including men, women, and youth
Services for survivors during incarceration include: Crisis counseling and information via the 24-hour crisis hotline or by mail and hospital accompaniment during forensic examinations.
Services for survivors after release include: All of the above, as well as temporary shelter for women and children; personal advocacy; support groups; and referrals for other services.
Services for loved ones include: All of the above.
Fees: Free

address

P.O. Box 2081
Cedar City, UT 84721

24-hour office

(435) 867-6149

24-hour hotline

(435) 865-7443

24-hour toll-free hotline

(888) 421-1100

Accept Collect Calls: No
email

canyoncreekwcc@gmail.com

The Center for Women and Children in Crisis serves adults and teens in Utah who are survivors of rape, abuse, and assault by providing a caring, safe, and educationally-based environment for all survivors.

Service area: Utah, Juab, and Wasatch Counties
Work with: Adult and teen survivors of sexual assault and their loved ones
Services for survivors during incarceration include: Crisis intervention, information, and referrals via the 24-hour hotlines or by mail and accompaniment and advocacy at hospitals and police stations.
Services for survivors after release include: All of the above, as well as support groups.
Services for loved ones include: All of the above.
Fees: Free

address

1433 East 840 North
Orem, UT 84097

office

(801) 227-5038

office hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm MST
local hotline

(801) 356-2511

24-hour toll-free hotline

(888) 421-1100

Accept Collect Calls: Yes
email

info@cwcic.org

website

cwcic.org

New Horizons Crisis Center provides comprehensive services for survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

Service area: Millard, Piute, Sevier, San Pete, and Wayne Counties
Work with: All survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault
Services for survivors during incarceration include: Crisis intervention and support via the 24-hour hotline or by mail; emergency room accompaniment and advocacy; and court advocacy.
Services for survivors after release include: All of the above, as well as referrals for therapists.
Services for loved ones include: All of the above.
Fees: Free

address

P.O. Box 9
Richfield, UT 84701

24-hour office and local hotline

(435) 896-9294

24-hour toll-free hotline

(800) 343-6302

Accept Collect Calls: No
email

caronw-nhcc@qwestoffice.net

The Rape Recovery Center provides crisis intervention counseling services to sexual assault survivors, their families, and friends; educates the community about the causes, impact, and prevention of sexual assault; and advocates for comprehensive medical treatment and respectful legal representation on behalf of victims of this crime.

Service area: Salt Lake City
Work with: All survivors of sexual assault, their families, and friends
Services for survivors during incarceration include: Crisis intervention via the 24-hour hotline or by mail and 24-hour hospital accompaniment.
Services for survivors after release include: All of the above as well as support groups, counseling, advocacy, information, and referrals to other community agencies that can assist with the recovery process.
Services for loved ones include: All of the above.
Fees: Sliding scale for counseling services. All other services are free.

address

2035 South 1300 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84105

office

(801) 467-7282

office Hours: Monday-Thursday, 9am-5pm and Friday, 9am-2pm MST
24-hour local hotline

(801) 467-7273

Accept Collect Calls: No
email

s.french@raperecoverycenter.org

website

raperecoverycenter.com

Safe Harbor Crisis Center offers help and support to all survivors of sexual violence, their family members, and friends.

Service area: Davis County
Work with: All survivors of sexual assault, their family members, and friends
Services for survivors during incarceration include: Crisis intervention, support, information, and referrals via the 24-hour hotline or by mail.
Services for survivors after release include: All of the above, as well as support groups and advocacy.
Services for loved ones include: All of the above.
Fees: Free

address

P.O. Box 772
Kaysville, UT 84037

24-hour office

(801) 444-3191

24-hour local hotline

(801) 444-9161

Accept Collect Calls: No
email

dccav@xmission.com

website

womensdvshelter.org

Seekhaven Family Crisis and Resource Center is a nonprofit agency that serves survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and homelessness.

Service area: Grand, San Juan, and Emery Counties
Work with: Survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and homelessness
Services for survivors during incarceration include: Crisis intervention via the hotline or by mail.
Services for survivors after release include: All of the above, as well as safe shelter; outreach to survivors in the community; personal advocacy; and support groups for women and children.
Services for loved ones include: Individual support, crisis intervention, and support groups, depending on availability.
Fees: Free

address

P.O. Box 729
Moab, UT 84532

office/hotline

(435) 259-2229

office hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm MST
24-hour toll-free hotline

(888) 421-1100

Accept Collect Calls: No
email

jaylyn@seekhaven.org

website

seekhaven.org

The Summit County Victim Assistance Program serves survivors of all crimes.

Service area: Summit County
Work with: All survivors of crime, including sexual assault
Services for survivors during incarceration include: Crisis intervention by phone or by mail, court advocacy, and information.
Services for survivors after release include: All of the above, as well as assistance with victim impact statements; obtaining emergency shelter; and referrals for counseling and other services.
Services for loved ones include: Court advocacy, information, and referrals for counseling services.
Fees: Free

address

6300 NB. Silver Creek Dr, Box #8
Park City, UT 84098

office

(435) 615-3850

office hours: Monday-Thursday, 8am-6:30pm CST
Accept Collect Calls: No
email

mprobst@co.summit.ut.us

Through education and other services, the Utah AIDS Foundation helps to prevent HIV infection and empowers people living in the Intermountain region who are affected by or living with HIV/AIDS to live healthier and more fulfilling lives.

Service area: Utah and the Intermountain region
Work with: People affected by or living with HIV/AIDS
Services for survivors during incarceration include: Information and referrals; personal advocacy; and assistance with accessing HIV/AIDS-related services via phone or by mail.
Services for survivors after release include: All of the above, as well as HIV/STI testing and prevention; case management; food and transportation assistance; meal delivery; HIV+ support groups; benefits advocacy; financial assistance; and the online Resource Center directory, which lists HIV-related books, magazines, and journal articles, as well as web links to local and national HIV resources for newly diagnosed people with HIV and people living with AIDS.
Services for loved ones include: HIV/STI testing, prevention services, support, information, and referrals.
Fees: Free
Additional Information: El Centro de Recursos de la Fundación del SIDA en Utah posee una biblioteca virtual y una biblioteca actual ubicadas en las oficinas de la fundación. Mediante ellas se pueden acceder fácilmente a libros, revistas y artículos científicos sobre el Virus de Inmunodeficiencia Humana, tanto como a páginas de red que contienen información para personas recién diagnosticadas con VIH y personas que vivan con el virus.

address

1408 South 1100 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84105

office

(801) 487-2323

toll-free office

(800) 865-5004

office hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-6pm MST
Accept Collect Calls: Yes
email

mail@utahaids.org

website

utahaids.org

The Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault (UCASA) works collaboratively with medical, legal, criminal justice, and advocacy professionals to ensure that primary and secondary victims of rape and sexual assault are treated with dignity and compassion and have access to appropriate support services. UCASA provides leadership, representation, and resources to rape crisis centers, individuals, and other entities committed to ending sexual violence through advocacy, training, technical support, and legislative education. UCASA also supports rape prevention education that challenges the attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors that allow sexual violence to continue.

Service area: Utah
Work with: Individuals and agencies engaged in sexual violence prevention and response
Services for survivors during incarceration include: Information and referrals to rape crisis services via phone or mail and written materials and multi-media resources addressing sexual violence prevention, response, and recovery.
Services for survivors after release include: All of the above.
Services for loved ones include: All of the above.
Fees: Free

address

284 West 400 North
Salt Lake City, UT 84103

office

(801) 746-0404

toll-free office

(866) 878-2272

office hours: Monday-Friday, 9:30am-5:30pm MST
24-hour Statewide Rape Crisis and Information hotline

(888) 421-1100

Accept Collect Calls: Yes
email

info@ucasa.org

website

ucasa.org

The Utah Pride Center is a community-based organization that provides support, education, outreach and advocacy for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer individuals and their allies through programs, services and resources. Utah Pride Center provides a range of services that include social activities, support groups, education, advocacy, and health events.

Service area: Utah
Work with: GLBT people, their families, and friends
Services for survivors during incarceration include: Information, support, and referrals.
Services for survivors after release include: Support groups for lesbian and bisexual women, gay and bisexual men, and transgender adults and youth; support groups for LGBT survivors of sexual abuse through a partnership with the Rape Recovery Center; and referrals from the GLBT Affirmative Therapist and Health Care Provider Directories.
Services for loved ones include: Support and referrals.
Fees: Free

address

355 North 300 West, 1st Floor
Salt Lake City, UT 84103

office

(801) 539-8800

toll-free office

(888) 874-2743

office hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-6pm MST
Accept Collect Calls: No
email

info@utahpridecenter.org

website

utahpridecenter.org

The mission of Vernal Victim Advocacy Program (VVAP) is to assist survivors of crime and their families in Uintah County by providing intervention and support services to all survivors of violence.

Service area: Uintah County
Work with: Survivors of crime, including sexual assault, and their families
Services for survivors during incarceration include: Crisis intervention via the hotline or by mail and referrals to local and state agencies that offer a variety of support services to survivors of sexual assault.
Services for survivors after release include: All of the above.
Services for loved ones include: All of the above.
Fees: Free
Additional Information: VVAP accepts anonymous inquiries.

address

437 East Main St.
Vernal, UT 84078

office

(435) 789-4250

office hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm MST
24-hour toll-free hotline

(800) 656-4000

Accept Collect Calls: No
email

advocates@vernalcity.org

website

vernalcity.org/victimadvocacy

Your Community Connection is a community based, non-profit organization that provides services for all survivors of sexual assault in Northern Utah.

Service area: Weber County
Work with: All survivors of rape and sexual assault and their loved ones
Services for survivors during incarceration include: Crisis intervention via the 24-hour hotline or by mail and hospital accompaniment and advocacy during forensic examinations.
Services for survivors after release include: All of the above, as well as individual and group counseling; court accompaniment and advocacy; and information and referrals.
Services for loved ones include: All of the above.
Fees: Free

address

2261 Adams Avenue
Ogden, UT 84401

office

(801) 394-9456

office hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-7pm MST
24-hour hotline

(801) 392-7273

Accept Collect Calls: No
website

yccogden.org

The mission of Your Community in Unity is to provide crisis intervention, advocacy, shelter, counseling, and prevention education to alleviate individual suffering due to domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking.

Service area: Box Elder County
Work with: All survivors of rape and sexual assault
Services for survivors during incarceration include: Support and crisis intervention via the 24-hour hotline or by mail; court advocacy; and information and referrals.
Services for survivors after release include: All of the above, as well as individual counseling and a resource library with information about issues surrounding rape and sexual assault.
Services for loved ones include: All of the above.
Fees: Free

address

435 East 700 South
Brigham, UT 84302

24-hour office

(435) 723-5600

24-hour local hotline

(435) 723-5600

24-hour toll-free hotline

(877) 723-5600

Accept Collect Calls: No
email

rowanemacfarlane@aim.com

website

ycube.org

Inmates who have been sexually assaulted in a UDOC facility can contact Investigations to report the assault and any concerns regarding the handling of investigations into such abuse.

address

14717 S Minuteman Dr.
Draper, UT 84020

office

(801) 576-7000

website

corrections.utah.gov

The Lawyer Referral Service is operated from the Utah Law and Justice Center in Salt Lake City, utilizing members of the staff of the Utah State Bar. Persons seeking a referral to a lawyer should call the toll-free line maintained at the Bar office. A staff member will interview the caller and a referral will be made to a Lawyer Referral Service panel member. Clients will then contact the lawyer directly to set up an appointment and should expect to pay a fee of $30 for an initial consultation, which will not exceed one-half hour. Any arrangements for further legal services and fees are subject to agreement between the client and the lawyer.

address

645 South 200 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84111

office

(801) 531-9075

toll-free hotline

(800) 698-9077