24-Hour LINKLine

1-800-897-LINK (5465)

(If we’re experiencing an increased call volume, calls will be forwarded to the National Domestic Violence Hotline.)

Local Resources and Victim Services

Resources and Services

The state of Utah offers a range of domestic and sexual violence resources for those individuals impacted by violence. These organizations also offer prevention, outreach programs to help with public awareness efforts in their respective regions.

Below are state & national resources relevant to survivor needs:

 

Statewide Domestic Violence Victim Services

Domestic violence service providers in Utah are a safe place for victims and their children, and may offer free support and services to individuals and families affected by domestic violence. These providers offer a range of services to meet the needs and empower individuals to work toward safety & stability. These services may include:

  • Emergency shelter
  • 24-hour crisis line
  • Case management
  • Transitional housing
  • Counseling & support groups
  • Transportation
  • Children’s services
  • Food
  • Personal care items
  • Advocacy and referral programs for both domestic and sexual violence

Interactive Service Map

Canyon Creek Services
Crisis Line: 435-233-5732
County: Iron, Beaver, and Garfield
City: Cedar City

Community Abuse Prevention Services Agency (CAPSA)
Crisis Line: 435-753-2500
County: Cache and Rich
City: Logan

Colleen Quigley Crisis Center
Crisis Line: 435-637-6589
County: Carbon and Emery
City: Price

DOVE Center
Crisis Line: 435-628-0458
County: Washington and Kane
City: St. George

Friends Against Family Violence
Crisis Line: 435-781-2264
County: Uintah, Duchesne, and Daggett
City: Vernal & Roosevelt

Gentle Ironhawk Shelter
Crisis Line: 435-678-0777
County: San Juan County & Four Corners Area
City: Blanding

New Hope Crisis Center
Crisis Line: 1-877-723-5600
County: Box Elder
City: Brigham City

New Horizons Crisis Center
Crisis Line: 1-800-343-6302
County: Sevier, Millard, Piute, Sanpete, and Wayne
City: Richfield

Pathways
Crisis Line: 435-231-3557
County: Tooele
City: Tooele

Peace House
Crisis Line: 1-800-647-9161
County: Summit and Wasatch
City: Park City

Safe Harbor
Crisis Line: 801-444-9161
County: Davis
City: Kaysville

Seekhaven
Crisis Line: 435-259-2229
County: Grand
City: Moab

South Valley Services
Crisis Line: 801-255-1095
County: Salt Lake
City: West Jordan

The Refuge*
Crisis Line: 801-377-5500
County: Utah and Juab
City: Provo

YCC Family Crisis Center
Crisis Line: 801-392-7273
County: Weber and Morgan
City: Ogden/Northern Utah

YWCA Women in Jeopardy
Crisis Line: 801-537-8600
County: Salt Lake
City: Salt Lake City

*previously Center for Women and Children in Crisis

Additional Resources

1-800-897-LINK

The LINKLine exists as a 24/7 free service to support anyone who has concerns about their own  interpersonal relationship or the relationship of someone they care about. We accept calls from everyone: survivors, friends & family, coworkers, and even professional support persons like social workers, healthcare professionals, and clergy. The goal of the “LINK”Line is to link people to resources in their communities for ongoing support.

Every call to the LINKLine is anonymous and confidential, so you can trust that whatever is said stays between you and the advocate you talk to during the call. Each advocate is trained to answer calls in an empathetic, trauma-informed way. The advocates will listen to each caller without judgment, and offer support to meet the individual needs of each caller and their situation.

If you or someone you know has any questions about unhealthy relationships or abuse, please reach out to our LINKLine at 1-800-897-LINK (5465).

(If LINKLine advocates are experiencing an increased call volume, calls will be forwarded to the National Domestic Violence Hotline.)

Filing a Grievance or Complaint

If you have had a negative experience with a shelter or advocacy program, we recommend speaking directly with that organization’s executive director or other management personnel.

 

If that fails to resolve the dispute, or you feel that the organization has treated you unfairly, you have the option of submitting a formal complaint to the Utah Department of Health and Human Services

The UDVC does not have regulatory oversight or supervisory authority over our member programs. We provide training, research, and other support to our member programs, in the interest of better-serving survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking throughout the state.

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