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About Us: Safe Harbor is a nonprofit organization that provides shelter, supportive services, and advocacy to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. We also provide education, awareness, and resources to our community.
Since Safe Harbor began as a grassroots effort by a dedicated group of citizens in 1997, our services and practices have continued to grow and evolve to meet the needs of survivors, those impacted by violence, and our community. We have implemented strengths-based, trauma-informed best practices recognizing that each person we serve is an expert in their experience.
As part of our continued evolution to best serve survivors and our community, we are excited to announce Safe Harbor’s new logo as a visual representation of our mission as a nonprofit agency. Safe Harbor’s colors are teal and purple in honor of sexual assault awareness and domestic violence awareness, which are used in varying shades in our new logo.
Our Executive Director, Kristen Floyd explained the inspiration for the logo: “Sexual assault and domestic abuse are often seen as women’s issues, but these issues know no limits – gender identity, sexual orientation, income, religion, or neighborhood – anyone can be impacted by these crimes and we want our community to know that we are here to help and offer that help without judgment, regardless of who you are or what your experience.
Our new logo embodies intersectionality. The intersecting circles that make the whole of our logo honor the intersections and interconnections of the people, influences, and social factors related to decreasing violence in the community and serving those impacted by that violence.
We operate from a place of understanding of the relationship across experiences and between people. Everything is interconnected. We must all work together recognizing the intersection of each person and each experience, and how these relationships and experiences relate to each other.
Anyone who is impacted by domestic abuse, sexual assault, stalking, or dating violence, whether directly or indirectly, can call our crisis line 24/7 for help, 801-444-9161.”
Domestic Violence Services: The Office on Violence Against Women defines domestic violence as a pattern of abusive behavior in any relationship that is used by one partner to gain or maintain power and control over the other.
Contact Us: If you are in immediate danger dial 911 If you can’t stay on the phone, clearly state your address and what’s happening. If possible, DON’T HANG UP.
24/7 Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Line We are here 24-hours a day, 7-days a week 24/7 Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Line: 801-444-9161 Or https://safeharborhope.org/about/contact/
ABOUT US: The Salt Lake Area Family Justice Center (SLAFJC) at YWCA is an innovative, collaborative model to address family violence that builds on strong existing collaborations among governmental and private nonprofit service providers to co-locate victim-centered domestic violence services in one accessible location.
Mission: The mission of the Salt Lake Area Family Justice Center is to reduce domestic violence by strengthening victim safety and increasing offender accountability through community collaboration and accessible, co-located, victim-centered services.
History: The Salt Lake Area Family Justice Center is the first family justice center in Utah and serves victims and survivors – both women and men – throughout Salt Lake County. The SLAFJC opened at YWCA on May 3rd, 2007 one day a week and by mid-October 2007 began offering free, confidential walk-in services five days a week.
Funding Sources: U.S. Department of Justice – Office on Violence Against Women; Salt Lake County; and private charitable contributions through YWCA Utah.
Service Demographics: In 2014-15, 88% percent of victims were from Salt Lake County; 51% percent were from Salt Lake City.
Results from May 3, 2007 to June 30, 2015
Cornerstone Partners: YWCA Utah; Salt Lake City Prosecutor’s Office; Legal Aid Society of Salt Lake; Utah Department of Workforce Services; Salt Lake City Police Department.
Additional Partners: Holy Cross Ministries; Utah Legal Services; Sego Lily Center for the Abused Deaf; Utah Victims’ Rights Legal Clinic; Utah Office of Victims of Crime; Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office; Rape Recovery Center; Unified Police Department; Family Justice Center Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (FJC SANE); Utah DHS/Division of Child and Family Services.
Contact Us: 24-HOUR CRISIS HOTLINE: (801) 537-8600 • 1-855-992-2752 Or https://slcfamilyjusticecenter.org/contact-us
Provide shelter, advocacy, case management, and prevention services to families and individuals impacted by domestic violence.
Our Mission: South Valley Services mission is to provide safe shelter, advocacy, case management, and prevention services to men, women and children experiencing psychological, physical, emotional, economic or sexual abuse at home. We aim to empower individuals and communities through education to recognize their self-worth and to develop the necessary skills to reach their greatest potential, contributing to the collective well being of our community.
Our Vision: To end family violence, one survivor at a time. At South Valley Services, we believe in the worth of all people equally. We also recognize that each individual’s personal experience and situation is unique yet reflective of society’s institutionalized attitudes and values. Interactions with our residents and our staff are based on the core value of understanding and accepting everyone’s own uniqueness. This philosophy and dedication to social justice makes South Valley Services stand out as a leader in the community. Our core values as an agency are social justice, self-determination, dignity, acceptance and empowerment for all.
To stop the systemic violence that survivors experience, including racial violence.
South Valley Services (SVS) is a multicultural, intersectional, feminist-based agency with the vision to stop violence in all forms, including racial violence. We also acknowledge that society has systematically been hierarchical in its service delivery models to those who need help. Our goal every day is to stop the systemic violence that survivors experience. We do this through survivor-defined services, maintaining intersectional practices, and supporting positive social change. We stand in solidarity with those in the fight to end racism as we acknowledge that the fight for equality IS the fight to end domestic violence. We know that through the combination of these actions we have seen and will continue to see better outcomes for survivors of abuse. We invite all to learn more about our services, practices, and most importantly to hear from the voices of those we serve that no one deserves to be abused, violence is unacceptable, and we all play a role in stopping it.
Our History: South Valley Services has served the community since 1998. South Valley Services began as a grassroots effort in response to a growing need in our community. A group of professionals, community leaders, and citizens recognized that survivors of domestic violence were facing tremendous difficulty finding safe and accessible services. They concluded that a domestic violence shelter was of vital interest to the health and well-being of our community. As the result of a monumental community effort, South Valley Services opened on February 10, 1998, with the objective of providing a safe shelter, resource and referral services, and self-sufficiency programs for survivors of domestic violence. Programs at South Valley Services have developed to keep up with the most current research and best practices. Based on this research South Valley Services operates under a coordinated community response model which includes shelter and supportive services.
Services: South Valley Services is more than a shelter. We provide supportive, comprehensive services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. All services are provided in English and Spanish. Translation services for any language are available 24 hours a day.
Contact Us: If you believe your computer or phone might be monitored, email may not be a safe form of communication. In that case, please call our 24/7 helpline at: 801-255-1095
About Us: The Family Support Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit agency dedicated to strengthening families through providing education, resources, and support to alleviate stress and diffuse the possibility of domestic violence and abuse.
Services We Offer: We offer free emergency care for children, free in-home parenting support, community classes on parenting and step-families, low-cost individual and family counseling, and much more! Call about our services if you are feeling overwhelmed or need help with family matters. We’re here to help!
Contact Us: https://www.familysupportcenter.org/contact-us
About Us: For 36 years, The Refuge Utah (formerly known as The Center for Women and Children in Crisis) has provided a safe, caring, and therapeutic environment to assist in the recovery of survivors of domestic violence, rape, sexual assault, and stalking. Our goal is to facilitate healing and to advocate for victims with the intent to decrease the incidence of such violence in the community.
In 2020 alone, we secured over 12,411 emergency and transitional housing nights, answered 2,445 hotline calls, and provided 3,308 advocacy hours. We also completed the rebrand of our agency to promote inclusivity and align with our vision of helping all survivors affected by domestic violence and sexual assault.
These numbers are a testament to both the dedication and compassion of our partners, donors, volunteers, and staff. We are always mindful that we only accomplish these great feats with the support of our Board of Directors, community, and all of you. Without the incredible generosity of our friends, foundations, and volunteers, none of our outcomes would be possible. Thank you!
Services You Need When YOU Need Them For:
Contact Us: https://therefugeutah.org/contact-us/
Our Mission: Timpanogos Legal Center is a group of attorneys who provide free legal assistance. TLC's purpose is to provide legal services and lift those counseled in improving their lives. We hold free legal clinics throughout the state and provide a free legal advice hotline. We primarily seek to serve victims of domestic violence and those without monetary means to retain an attorney for their case.
We have a two-fold mission: To recruit, train, mentor, and support attorneys in providing meaningful pro bono work while reducing obstacles to performing free legal services; and to provide free high quality legal services to those in need in a manner that improves the lives of our clients and their families.We named our organization after Mount Timpanogos with the vision that we will lift our clients like the peaks of the mountain elevate our eyes upward. Our motto is “Lifting Lives through the Law.”
Contact Us: https://www.timplegal.org/contact
The affects of COVID-19 have impacted everyone. Our organization started as a response to the global pandemic to provide food and economic relief to those needing it most. As we've grown, we've discovered the need for these services expands far beyond the pandemic. We provide 3 services to help alleviate some of the pain and suffering.
1) Free Food Box Delivery
We partner with food pantries around Utah County and Salt Lake County
2) Food Assistance to Salt Lake City Homeless community
3) Limited Financial Assistance
Request Help: https://www.utahcrisisfoodresponse.com/assistance
YCC Family Crisis Center is a non-profit organization incorporated to enhance the safety of women, children and men by providing crisis intervention and advocacy services to reduce and prevent the occurrence of family violence and sexual assault through education and community awareness.
Our programs support and enhance the quality of life for all individuals and families by providing advocacy and education to find hope on the road to self-sufficiency. We serve individuals of all ages. Our domestic violence and sexual assault victim assistance centers provide service 24/7 to victims and their children.
Please join us in our efforts to make Utah not only the best place to raise a family, but the safest. Separately we can do many good things — together we can make miracles happen!
Contact Us: Domestic Violence Crisis Line 24/7: (801) 392-7273 Or https://yccogden.org/contact/
YWCA Utah advances the well-being of women in Utah through safety, opportunity, and advocacy. Since 1906 the YWCA has designed its work to encourage women’s aspirations, protect and promote their rights, and meet their changing needs. The YWCA’s enduring belief has been that better lives for all women lead to stronger families, communities, and societies.
YWCA Utah is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
What We Do: Advancing the well-being of women in Utah through safety, opportunity, and advocacy.
YWCA Utah believes that better lives for women leads to stronger families and communities.
The YWCA is committed to advancing the well-being of women in Utah through safety – offering family violence services, opportunity – with leadership and education programs, and advocacy – as a voice for change.
Safety: Safety and freedom are at the heart of women’s empowerment. The YWCA’s comprehensive family violence services offer adults and children, safety, support, and meaningful opportunities to build violence-free lives.
Salt Lake Area Family Justice Center: Salt Lake Area Family Justice Center Confidential, free services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse, and stalking.
Family Violence Services: Comprehensive services for adults and children - safety, support, and opportunities to build violence-free lives.
Opportunity: We dream of a world where all women are able to learn, lead, and influence the world around them. We offer life-changing opportunities to women: from the availability of affordable, quality child care for working mothers; to empowering women to get involved and run for public office; to developing young women into strong leaders; to encouraging young women of color to find their voices and use them.
Lolie Eccles Early Education Center: Welcoming environment for children ages six weeks to twelve years old to learn and grow. Full-time child care, preschool, full-day kindergarten.
Real Women Run: Collaborative nonpartisan initiative to empower women to participate fully in public life and civic leadership through elected political office.
YWEmpowered: Year-long professional leadership development program for women ages 18 to 35.
Woke Words: Creative writing and reading group for young women of color ages 15-25.
Advocacy: We are a statewide voice for change on issues critical to the well-being of Utah women and girls.
Take Action: Learn about YWCA Utah policy advocacy and how you can take action to help women and girls in Utah.
Public Policy Research: YWCA Utah contributes to ongoing research. We know good data is critical for good policy.
Contact Us: YWCA 24 Hour Crisis Line: 801-537-8600 or 1-855-992-2752
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