Adult Education

ESL, CDA, and ACHIEVE! classes are available online and accepting applications. ACHIEVE! is for current clients only at this time. Sauté classes have been canceled until further notice. 

Case Management & Housing

We are still providing deposit and emergency rental assistance, landlord-tenant mediation, and case management. All walk-in or in-person appointments are suspended at this time.

Call 801-359-2444 for assistance.

UCA’s homeless services are fully operational with all homeless resource centers and Weigand Center remaining open at this time.

Call the Homeless Resource Line for more information: 801-990-9999.

Head Start Preschool

At this time, classes remain closed until further notice.  In the meantime, we are still accepting applications.  You call 801-972-2337 to apply or apply on our program page.  Please note that during this time when the class has been suspended; parents can still pick up a sack meal at various locations in the valley Monday through Friday from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm for all children ages 0-18. Starting June 1st, this program will switch to Summer Dinners.

HEAT Utility Assistance

The HEAT utility assistance program is still accepting phone calls, online appointments, and application drop-offs. Applications can be dropped off at our Creekside, Kearns, and Tooele locations.


All food services are still open and have changed to a curbside pickup model.

1. Our Redwood and Copperview Food and Resource Centers are open during normal business hours with emergency food boxes available for curbside pickup. These boxes provide 3-5 days of emergency food supplies. Please bring an ID for all household members.

2. FREE meals for all children 18 and under are available for pick-up at 8 Head Start locations. This service is now open to the community and not limited to only Head Start families. Starting June 1st, this program will switch to Summer Dinners.

3. Curbside Meals for aging adults are available for a suggested donation through partnership with Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services at Millcreek, Midvale, and Draper Senior Center Cafes.


Weatherization has suspended new applications at this time due to the nature of the program and the need to enter the client’s home. We are still accepting crisis service calls for non-working furnaces and red-tagged appliances on a case-by-case basis. For those who are quarantined, we are able to provide space heaters for pick-up. For current clients waiting for services to be finished, please call and leave of message so our staff can coordinate those services.

We assist income-eligible families with services including Adult Education, Case Management & Housing, HEAT, Head Start, Nutrition and Weatherization to help them achieve self-reliance.