You may be eligible for Housing Case Management if the following applies to your household:
• You are experiencing a temporary financial crisis, due to circumstances that are out of your control and able to be documented.
• You must be a current resident of Salt Lake or Tooele Counties (if you are experiencing homelessness, you still need to currently be in these counties).
• You must have a current lease in place, or be able to sign a lease. Payments are only made on behalf of tenants listed on a lease, and payments are only made directly to owners or property managers.
• Priority given to: Families with children, single parent households, seniors, individuals with disabilities, Veterans, victims of domestic violence, formerly homeless families, and families with children who attend the following South Salt Lake schools: Granite Park Jr. High, Lincoln Elem., Moss Elem., Roosevelt Elem., Woodrow Wilson Elem., or the South Salt Lake Head Starts.
• Financial assistance may cover: Deposits, rent, or mobile home lot fees. Please be aware that we’re unable to assist with: Arrears (back) rent, arrears (back) deposit, rental fees, rent for subsidized units, mortgages, utilities, or payments to roommate situations or family members.
To see if you are eligible for Housing Case Management assistance, please call 801.359.2444 to receive an assessment. Walk-in assessments can be given at 764 South 200 West, Salt Lake City. Both over-the-phone and walk-in assessments can occur: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.
If you are found ineligible for UCA’s Housing Case Management services, you will be referred to other community resources that may be able to assist you.
Browse these local listings to search for available, affordable rental apartments or homes:
• Affordable Housing Online
• Utah Affordable Housing
• Low Income Apartment Search
For questions about Housing Case Management, please call 801.359.2444, or visit our location at 764 South 200 West, Salt Lake City: Monday-Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.
You have the right to apply for UCA program services without the fear of being denied based on the following protected statuses: race, color, religion, national origin, gender identity, and/or disability. If you feel you have been denied services based on your right to fair treatment you may appeal the decision and request a fair hearing by submitting the form below.
The mission of the Utah Community Action Case Management & Housing program is to facilitate housing stability by empowering those in poverty to find their path to self-sufficiency. This process includes assessing need, providing timely interventions and resources, empowering families and individuals with transferable skills and knowledge, and reducing intergenerational poverty. To accomplish these outcomes, the Case Management & Housing program has established the following goals: