"Leading the fight against homelessness, one family at a time."
We work with faith communities throughout the area to provide resources for families facing homelessness. With the support of the community, we help children and families build long-term stability.
Family Promise Salt Lake and our dedicated volunteers have been helping families in the Salt Lake area for decades. Faith congregations throughout our community help us feed, house, and serve families and children experiencing homelessness. With your support, we can make a lasting impact on our community and continue to serve those who need it most.
Family Promise Salt Lake is committed to ensuring to ensuring that our volunteers, families, and staff are protected as we navigate COVID-19 and it’s implications. We rely heavily on the support of our host and support congregations, as well as our community as we provide support and resources to the families we serve. We are working closely with our local health departments and officials, as well as our national office to ensure that we are doing everything possible to stay healthy and follow all guidelines. While we are remaining open, we will be limiting walk in traffic, as well as taking precautions and implementing extra cleaning and sanitation practices at our Day Center and Host Sites. We are asking that all non-essential visits to the office and Day Center be kept to a minimum, and that meetings be conducted over the phone or via email/web until April 1, 2020.
If you are seeking resources and support, or would like to complete an application for enrollment into our program, please call our office at 801.961.8622. Applications can also be found on our website through April 1, 2020. Online applications are in English or Spanish and can be completed and returned via email to email@example.com Once your application is received, our staff will reach out to you to follow up by the end of the business day.
of those experiencing homelessness in Utah are families
families served by Family Promise Salt Lake since 1995
of families still housed 2 years after finishing our program
volunteers donate thousands of hours every year