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Our Mission, Our Community: The Box Elder Family Support Center's mission is "Strengthening Families Now and For the Future." Our purpose is to support families with young children to prevent the occurrence and/or re-occurrence of child abuse and family conflict.
We know child abuse and neglect is preventable! We cite the Adverse Childhood Study (ACEstudy.org) as our reference for the basis of our work with families. The study, done by Kaiser Permanente and the Center for Disease and Control CDC, shows a direct correlation between adverse childhood experiences (ACE) and many social diseases and disabilities that Box Elder families suffer from.
To address these risk factors that families face, we opened our doors in Brigham City Utah in February 1995 with two programs: a Crisis and Respite Nursery and Parent Advocate Program. The crisis and respite nursery is designed to give families a safe place for children ages 0-11 to prevent exposing them to any adverse experiences the family might be dealing with at the time. This could include a crisis as big as a medical emergency or as small as needing a break from the children to regenerate. Our Parent Advocate Program, which has evolved into a Family Life Education Program, dovetails with the nursery to support the family through education and awareness that includes formal classroom instruction and in-home classes. In 2009, we began delivering these services to both women and men in the Box Elder County Jail.
We added the Family Therapy Program in 1997, to provide families a clinical service for support and psychoeducation. This program is free to any family in BE County with children ages 0-18 years old that do not have Medicaid or private mental health insurance.
In 2014, we partnered with other non-profits in the community to open a second Family Support Center in Garland Utah. At this site, we offer a crisis nursery and family therapy services.
And in 2016, we created yet another program designed to offer families on-site case management services while using our nursery if necessary. In this program, we assist people with employment searches, applications and other types of concrete supports to mediate family crisis. Our Center also offers a lending library that is available to any resident of Box Elder County. For community outreach, we offer a Speaker's Bureau to any community organization in the county seeking knowledge about our center or family issues.
Further, we provide families free diapers, wipes and toilet paper as well as partner with LDS Social Services with their DI Voucher Program. We facilitate an internship program that has mentored students ranging from high school to graduate school. We also assist with family members that require community service hours in some cases.
All of our services are free and available to families from all cultures, religions, races, and income levels.
Child abuse and family conflict are not only devastating to our community, it costs our community! Our multifaceted approach to combating child abuse and family conflict have been shown to assist in the prevention of abuse and violence. Prevention of this type for families has a high return on investment because it is an investment in our most precious resource- our human resources.
Contact Us: If you need emergency child care, advise, or you just need to talk; We're here to help.
Phone: Brigham City Location Main Office: (435) 723-6010 or (435) 723-2340 Toll Free: (800) 733-6010
Garland Location Main Office: (435) 730-5898
About: Canyon Creek Services (CCS) is 25 years old and has a powerful legacy involving many amazing individuals and organizations that have sacrificed and built the organization into what it is today and what it will become. Canyon Creek has typically been identified as an emergency shelter for women and children fleeing domestic violence. While that was true in our early years, we have become much more than that and have seen significant expansion in our services and activities over the past few years.
Our organization provides free and strictly confidential services to any victim of domestic violence as well as sexual assault. We offer our services to any victim, regardless of age, gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and so on, whether they are in current crisis or seeking other support and guidance. Our current services include 24 hour crisis intervention, a 24-hour hotline, sexual assault hospital response, emotional support and advocacy, legal advocacy, medical advocacy, systems advocacy, housing assistance, emergency shelter, support groups, classes, case management, programming, and other life-situation support and advocacy with the goal of helping survivors achieve emotional healing and financial independence. Importantly, CCS is also providing and expanding sexual assault and domestic violence prevention and education programming, presentations, and materials to individuals, groups, organizations throughout our service area.
Contact Us: 24 Hour Hotline: 435-233-5732 Office Line: 435-867-9411
About: CAPSA is a non-profit domestic violence, sexual abuse, and rape recovery center serving Cache County and the Bear Lake area. We provide support services for women, men, and children impacted by abuse. All of our services are FREE and confidential.
Contact Us: Call 911 if you are in immediate danger. 24-hour Crisis Hotline: 435-753-2500 CAPSA is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year (including weekends and holidays).
About: Friends Against Family Violence’s mission is to provide services to those impacted by family violence, increase offender accountability, and raise awareness of the impact of interpersonal violence on our families and community.
Services: Friends Against Family Violence (FAFV) provides shelter and advocacy services to those impacted by family, domestic and/or intimate partner violence in accordance to the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA) through:
• Providing emergency and immediate sheltering
• Even if you do not need sheltering, we provide comprehensive supportive services such as direct and/or referral-based advocacy on behalf of victims and their dependents.
• Rapid-rehousing support.
• Providing connections to:
o employment services
o transportation services
o legal advocacy or assistance
o child care services
o health, behavioral health and preventative health services
o and other services that assist victims or their dependents towards healing from the effects of the violence.
Contact Us: 24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 435-781-2264 Business Phone: 435-781-0613
Business Email: email@example.com
Business Office: Tri-County Health Department 133 S 500 E Vernal, Utah 84078
Thomas E Hurrrington
Founder / Owner
Hello my name is Thomas E Hurrington aka Reaper The Storyteller. I am the founder and Owner of SoupBowl Network LLC. I’ve been working in the mental health care field for over 30 years. Weather I was managing a day program for kids with developmental disabilities or working in a middle school as a mediator for teachers and students. I’ve always had a passion for helping others. I specialize in crisis and behavior management so I’ve worked with lots of families and individuals going through some of the toughest times of their lives. Fortunately some of them had a good support system, with programs and services that helped them get to a better quality of life. Those that didn’t have a support system and couldn’t find the programs and services they needed struggled to even get their basic needs met. With this in mind I created SoupBowl Network LLC with 3 main goals. 1. Raise awareness and donations for local Nonprofit Organizations. 2. Gather and share information on local Nonprofit Organizations, services and other programs that help low to no income people to improve their quality of life. 3. Encourage people to have love for themselves and others. I believe that together we can create a community that can thrive with the right resources and information. Thank you for supporting SoupBowl Network LLC and let peace and love be with you