Programs & Resources

  • All Programs
  • Homeless Resources
  • Salt Lake City
  • Food and Income Insecurity
  • Ogden
  • Refugee Services
  • Immigration
  • The Weigand Homeless Resource Center offers a safe place for homeless individuals to stay cool or get warm during the day. It is the only day shelter of its kind in Salt Lake City.

  • Serving 2,000 hot meals daily to community members experiencing hunger and residents of Salt Lake County’s six homeless resource centers.

  • A twelve-week culinary arts training program designed to prepare individuals facing homelessness for a job as a mid-level cook at a restaurant upon graduation.

  • Helping new, low-income mothers get off to a good start with baby layettes and case management.

  • Providing food assistance through a grocery store-like experience to over 2,300 households each month, most of which are families with children.

  • Supplying groceries to students in Weber and Davis counties on Fridays to make sure they don’t go hungry through the weekend.

  • Resettling unaccompanied youth through our licensed refugee foster care system into screened and trained foster homes.

  • Guiding newly-arrived refugees from war-torn countries towards a stable, healthy, and self-sufficient future in Utah.

  • Providing legal assistance and consultation services to anyone in need of immigration services, including asylum seekers, in Salt Lake and Weber counties.

To the poor, the hungry, and the homeless, we are help and hope.
To the refugee, we are safety and the promise of a brighter tomorrow.
To the immigrant, we are a path to acceptance and participation.
To the volunteer, we are an opportunity to serve.
Because we see a need, we are a voice for social change.