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BYU Center for Service and Learning
Website: http://attu.byu.edu/campuslife/contentmanager/centerforservice/servicapplication/index.cfm?event=processLiability&oldeventname=Urgent
Families can request help from a BYU volunteer. Ads will be posted in the BYU center for Service and Learning Center.

 

CTA Community Supports
4444 South 700 East, Suite 203
Murray, UT 84107
801-268-4887
Website: www.ctautah.org
CTA is dedicated to providing quality supports for people with autism and their families.

 

Family Support Center
2020 South Lake Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84105
801-487-7778

777 West Center Street
Midvale, UT 84047
801-255-6881

Website: www.familysupportcenter.org/nursery
Crisis Nursery care is available 24 hours a day to any parent who needs it. No fee is ever charged for nursery use. Crisis intervention by the clinical  staff is available 24 hours a day. Children under the age of 12 can stay in a crisis nursery for up to 72 hours.

 

Friday’s Kids Respite
345 North State Road 198
Salem, UT 84653
801-494-9837

475 West 260 North
Orem, UT 84057
801-494-9837

Website: www.fridayskids.org
Friday’s Kids serves a very diverse population of children with special needs. Friday’s Kids has medical staff and adequate personnel to properly care for a variety of needs. Families from all over Utah are eligible to participate in these programs.

 

 

 

 

Hidden Hollow
261 West 2000 South
Orem, UT 84058
801-225-2145
Website: http://centerforservice.byu.edu/content/view/4635/
Hidden Hollow is a care center for males who have cognitive disabilities.  The goal of this program is to build lifetime friendships between men with cognitive disabilities and peers without disabilities.

 

Project GAIN
801-581-8754
Project GAIN organizes and conducts community-based programs that introduce people with disabilities to the game of golf.

 

TURN Community Services
850 South Main Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
866-359-8876
Website: http://www.turncommunityservices.org/index.html
TURN respite care provides families with temporary relief from the day-today challenges of supporting a relative with disabilities at home. Respite can be provided for varying amounts of time, ranging from a few hours to several days. It can be provided in the family’s home, the home of a respite provider, a summer program, or one of TURN’s Community Centers.

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