Who Do We Help?

HomeAid Utah builds housing and support facilities that serve homeless families and individuals, which include:

  • Victims of domestic violence
  • Pregnant teens
  • At-risk and runaway teens
  • Families experiencing temporary job loss
  • Victims of natural disasters and other catastrophes
  • Veterans
  • Women escaping sex trafficking

Typically, these are people who simply need a second chance to get back on their feet — a place to regroup, catch their breath and regain lives of self-sufficiency. HomeAid Utah partners with local nonprofit shelters, who in turn, offer homeless families and individuals a safe, secure place to live while gaining access to social services to take them to the next level of independence.

Diaper Drive June 21st

Help us provide local homeless shelters with much-needed diapers, wipes, and formula.

Diaper Drive | Friday June 21st

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HomeAid in Utah

It is estimated that nearly 3,000 people experience homelessness on any given night across Utah...

HomeAid in Utah

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30th Anniversary

The small organization that began in Orange County is now...

30th Anniversary

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