Basic NEeds

Find the basic necessities of life like food, personal care items, clothing or get help with utilities, transportation or furniture.

FOOD AND BASIC NECESSITIES

Community Action Services and Food Bank

Help persons in need by meeting their basic critical needs (such as food, clothing, housing, transportation assistance, furniture and utilities, while providing long-term solutions to rebuild self-sufficiency.

North Utah County
815 S. Freedom Blvd., Provo, UT
(801) 373-8200

Wasatch County "Food Bank"
34 W 200 S, Heber City, UT
(435) 543-2182
Hours: M 2:00 pm - 6 pm, T 9:00 am - 4 pm, TH 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

communityactionprovo.org

 

Food and Care Coalition

Provide food and a wide range of other services including hygiene, shower facilities, laundry services, mail delivery, internet access, haircuts, transitional housing, education, dental and more.

299 E 900 S, Provo, UT
(801) 373-1825

foodandcare.org

Tabitha's Way

Provide food and supplies to those in need.
infonorth@tabithasway.org

North Pantry - 920 E State Rd., Suite C, American Fork, UT
(801)692-1881

South Pantry - 140 N Main St., Spanish Fork, UT
(801) 709-8573

tabithasway.com

Bishop's Storehouse - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

The storehouse holds goods and food for those in need, especially in critical conditions. Speak to your local ecclesiastical leader about services provided.

940 W Center St., Lindon, UT
(801) 785-0997

providentliving.churchofjesuschrist.org/bishops-storehouse

Utah Department of Workforce Services - Food Stamps (SNAP Program)

Help provide access to temporary assistance including food stamps, unemployment assistance, financial assistance and more.

North Utah County
557 W State St., Lehi, UT
(866) 435-7414

Wasatch County
69 N 600 W #C, Heber City, UT
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
(435) 654-6520 or (801) 526-0950

jobs.utah.gov/customereducation/services/foodstamps

WIC (Women, Infants & Children)

WIC is a nutrition program that helps families learn about healthy eating through nutrition education, counseling, nutritious foods, and help accessing health care. These services are provided to low-income women, infants, and children through the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program, popularly known as WIC and Child Nutrition Programs (CNP).

North Utah County
599 S 500 E, American Fork, UT
(801) 851-7320

Wasatch County
55 S 500 E Heber City, UT
(435) 657-3253

wic.utah.gov

UVU Student Food Pantry

In partnership with Community Action Services and Food Bank, this on-campus food pantry is available to students, faculty, and staff struggling with food insecurity. The UVU Food Pantry offers canned goods and boxed items along with basic hygiene items, and some baby products such as formula, diapers, etc. These items are available only when our partner Community Action Services and Food Bank has them in stock. The UVU Food Pantry provides bags for students to use during their visit, though students are encouraged to bring reusable bags.

In addition, meal vouchers for campus restaurants are also available for use up to three times per semester.

SC 105
(801) 863-8786

Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 

uvu.edu/studentcare/food.html

Meals On Wheels - Mountainland Association of Governments

Meals on Wheels helps seniors maintain their independence by delivering hot, nutritious lunches to homebound seniors in our community.

Utah County
586 E 800 N, Orem, UT
(801) 229-3802

Wasatch County
(435) 654-4902

mountainland.org/mow-eligibility

clothing

Deseret Industries

With locations across Utah, the DI sells secondhand clothing at very affordable prices. Shopping at the DI can help stretch every dollar to the maximum. Proceeds are used for work, education and training programs and support of other non-profit with clothing for those in need.  For additional assistance with clothing contact your local ecclesiastical leader for more information.  Contact your local DI for work opportunities.

Locations across Utah.  Find the location near you by going to:
deseretindustries.org

Ecclesiastical leaders click here.

 

Savers

Secondhand clothing retailer takes donations and works with non-profits to provide low cost clothing for those in need.  Store locations provide a source for low-cost clothing.

81 N State St
Orem, UT 84057
(801) 225-9445

savers.com

Community Action Services and Food Bank

Help stabilize persons in need by meeting their basic critical needs (such as food, clothing, housing, transportation assistance, furniture and utilities, while providing them with the long-term solutions needed to rebuild their financial and social self sufficiency, enabling them to break out of poverty.

North Utah County
815 S. Freedom Blvd., Provo, UT
(801) 373-8200

Wasatch County "Food Bank"
34 W 200 S, Heber City, UT
(435) 543-2182
Hours: M 2:00 pm - 6 pm, T 9:00 am - 4 pm, TH 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

communityactionprovo.org

UVU Women's Success Center

Center for professional and career development. Provide professional clothing for women as they re-enter school and the workforce.

UVU West Campus, Health Professions - Room 116
987 S Geneva Road, Orem, UT
(801) 863-7580

uvu.edu/wsc/

CCPC Heber Center Stage

CCPC sells clothing, home decor, and art work! They are a nonprofit organization and are here to help people at their point of need. All of the proceeds from our store fund our local food pantry and many other programs.

55 E Center St, Heber City, UT
(435) 657-9493

ccofpc.org/heber-store

St. Lawrence Thrift Store

Our St. Lawrence Thrift Store offers quality gently used clothing, furniture, children's toys, accessories, jewelry and more at very affordable prices in Heber City. You can always find a unique treasure!

84 S 100 W Heber City, UT
(435) 657-0209

stmarysparkcity.com/st-lawrence-thrift-store

Utilities

Home Electric Lifeline (HEAT) Program

The HEAT Program provides year-round energy assistance and energy related crisis assistance for eligible low-income households throughout Utah.

Eligibility Requirements for HEAT Assistance:

  • The total household income is at or below 150% of the Federal Poverty Level.
  • The household is responsible for paying home energy costs.
  • The household contains at least one US citizen or qualified non-citizen.
For more information contact your local HEAT office.

jobs.utah.gov/housing/scso/seal/heat.html

Mountainland HEAT Program

The HEAT program can also be access through Mountainland, who helps families and individuals pay their power and gas bills year-round. Eligible families can receive one-time assistance per year. Crisis help is also available if you have a shut-off notice.

(801) 521-6107

mountainland.org/heat

Weatherization Assistance Program

The Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) helps low-income individuals and families reduce energy costs and increase comfort and safety in their homes. Individuals, families, the elderly and the disabled who are making no more than 200 percent of the current federal poverty income level are eligible for help. However, priority is given to the elderly and disabled, households with high-energy consumption, emergency situations and homes with preschool-age children.

Participating households average nearly 35 percent in savings, or approximately $583 per year, after the completion of weatherization improvements. To apply for weatherization assistance, individuals must submit their application to the agency that services the county in which they reside.

(801)-468-0134

jobs.utah.gov/housing/scso/wap/index.html

Transportation

Utah Transit Authority (UTA)

Utah Transit Authority provides integrated mobility solutions to service life’s connections, improve public health and enhance quality of life including buses, shuttles, and rail.

Schedules and Maps

Accessibility Services

rideuta.com

Bicycle Collective

Provides refurbished bicycles and educational programs to the community, focusing on children and lower income households.

397 E 200 N, Provo, UT
(801) 210-9032

bicyclecollective.org

FURNITURE

Deseret Industries

With locations across Utah, the DI sells secondhand furniture and other houseware at very affordable prices. Shopping at the DI can help stretch every dollar to the maximum. Proceeds from the non-profit are used for work, education and training programs and support other non-profits with clothing for those in need.  For additional assistance with furniture contact your local ecclesiastical leader for more information.  Contact your local DI for work opportunities.

Locations across Utah.  Find the location near you by going to:
deseretindustries.org

Ecclesiastical leaders click here.

 

Sleep In Heavenly Peace (SHP)

Build bunk beds for the needy, and delivers them assembled with mattresses and bedding, and installs them in the recipients home/apartment.

844-432-BEDS (2337)
Apply for a bed online
shpbeds.org

CCPC Heber Center Stage

Offers quality furniture at nonprofit prices. They also sell clothing, home decor, and art work! They are a nonprofit organization and here to help people at their point of need. All of the proceeds from our store fund our local food pantry and many other programs.

55 E Center St, Heber City, UT
(435) 657-9493

ccofpc.org/heber-store