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  • Annual Report 2012-2013
    Take a peek at our 2012-2013 annual report as we present numbers of how many people were served, a look at our programs and our generous donor list. Thank you to all our supporters for making it possible for us to help those in greatest need. We look forward to another year of continuing our work and serving our community in the areas of homelessness, substance abuse, and treatment. For a look at previous annual reports see our "About Us" tab and select 'Annual Reports."
  • Adult Detox Expansion Press Release, News Stories, and Video
    On Thursday, Jan. 17th Volunteers of America's Utah announced a $200,000 challenge grant from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to remodel and expand the Adult Detoxification Center.
  • Transition Home Fire
    On Sunday morning, 9/16/2012, a fire occurred at one of Volunteers of America, Utah’s facilities. The fire started at around 7:30 am at the site of our soon-to-be opened Young Men’s Transition Home. Salt Lake City firefighters arrived on the scene within minutes and did an excellent job extinguishing the fire. The home was vacant at the time in preparation for remodel to start later this month/early October. We are very thankful that no one was in the building and no one was hurt.
  • 26 Years of Serving Those in Greatest Need in Utah
    In 2012, we are marking 26 years of service in Utah. In 1986 we opened our adult detoxification facility and since then we have served tens of thousands of people who need to detox from drugs or alcohol. The people we serve are homeless or living in poverty. Often they have limited choices on where they can go for treatment.
  • Helping Homeless Women and Their Children
    Last year the Center for Women and Children helped more than 425 women and 50 children. Homeless women can come to Volunteers of America, Utah to live while they detoxify from drugs and/or alcohol. This is the first step toward a clean and sober life. Read this article in the Salt Lake Tribune to learn more.