Helping Utah's most vulnerable

Homeless Adult Services

Homeless Adult Services

home┬Ěless┬Ěness | noun

the state of having no home or permanent place of residence


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    Homeless Outreach Program

    Our Homeless Outreach Program (HOP) seeks out homeless individuals and families to offer them assistance in the form of food, water, clothing and blankets while striving to connect them with community resources that focus on housing placements and case management support. Our purpose is to meet the complex and multiple needs of the homeless population, with the goal of helping individuals move from homelessness into stable, affordable housing.

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    Library Engagement Team

    The Library Engagement Team (LET) is trained to help vulnerable individuals with homelessness, substance abuse and mental health issues by providing appropriate support and referrals to patrons who need social, medical and mental health services. They also assist with immediate interventions when patrons need acute direct service such as transportation to a detoxification facility, immediate medical care, or dire mental health care services. LET is located on-site at the Salt Lake City Library, Monday through Friday from 8 - 5 p.m.

Contact Us

Homeless Outreach Program (HOP)

440 South 400 West Ste A
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
P: 801-631-7584