Community Resources

Homeless Services

Ogden Rescue Mission.............801-621-4360
St. Anne’s Center......................801-621-5036
Your Community Connection ...801-394-9456
Youth Futures............................801-528-1214

Food Assistance

Catholic Community Services of Northern Utah....801-394-5944
Food Stamps,
Utah Department of Workforce Services (DWS)...1-866-435-7414
LDS Church Storehouse/Transient Bishop...........801-399-3721
Meals on Wheels, Senior Services.......................801-625-3770
Morgan Senior Center ..........................................801-845-4040
Mobile Food Pantry, Utah Food Bank ..................2-1-1
Ogden Rescue Mission (Congregate Meal)..........801-621-4360
Ogden-Weber Community Action Partnerships
(OWCAP)..............................................................801-399-9281
Salvation Army (Pantry and Congregate Meal)....801-621-3580
Share Inc. (Home-delivered Groceries)................801-399-5046
St. Anne’s Center (Congregate Meal)...................801-621-5036
WIC (Women, Infants & Children).........................801-399-7200

Housing/Utilities

Habitat for Humanity, Weber-Davis County............801-475-9821
HEAT (Ogden) .......................................................801-394-9774 x 6
Housing Authority, Ogden City ..............................801-627-5851
Housing Authority, Weber County...........................801-399-8691
Kier Management Corp ..........................................801-621-3390
Ogden-Weber Community Action Partnerships
(OWCAP)................................................................801-399-9281
Tri-County Weatherization.......................................801-468-0187
UTAP (Utah Telephone Assistance Program).........1-800-948-7540
Utah Department of Workforce Services (DWS).....1-866-435-7414
Your Community Connection (YCC) of Ogden
Crisis Line...............................................................801-392-7273


Weber human services 801-625-3700

  • Mental Health therapy 
    • Adults and Youth
  • Substance Abuse treatment
    • Adults and Youth
  • Prevention classes
    • Mental Health First Aid: (Youth and Adult)
      • Just as CPR helps you assist an individual having a heart attack, Mental Health First Aid helps you assist someone experiencing a mental health or substance use-related crisis. In the Mental Health First Aid course, you learn risk factors and warning signs for mental health and addiction concerns, strategies for how to help someone in both crisis and non-crisis situations, and where to turn for help. Mental Health First Aid teaches about recovery and resiliency – the belief that individuals experiencing these challenges can and do get better, and use their strengths to stay well.
      • 801-625-3700 - Daytime Number and 1-800-273-8255 - 24 Hour Crisis
  • Parents Empowered
    • A FREE evidenced based community mobilization effort that provides parents and guardians with information about the harmful effects of alcohol on the developing teen brain, along with proven skills for preventing underage alcohol use. We provide events throughout the year as well as speaking engagements and/or presentations on Parents Empowered as requested. 
    • http://www.parentsempowered.org/
  • Guiding Good Choices
    • A FREE evidenced based five week program to learn about strengthening family bonds, setting clear standards in your family, increasing children’s involvement in their family, communication skills, and how to help children make good choices. This program is for parents of children ages 9-14. 
  • Emotion Coaching: The Heart of Parenting
    • An evidenced based five week program to teach your children how to handle their emotions effectively and problem solve. This program builds emotional intelligence and creates positive, long lasting effects for children. Easy to learn, and used by parents, educators and care-givers, it supports kids through life’s ups and downs in a way that builds confidence and helps them grow socially, emotionally and intellectually. Researchers have found that even more than IQ, your emotional awareness and ability to handle feelings will determine your success and happiness in all walks of life. Acclaimed researchers and therapists Drs. John and Julie Gottman created this proven program to show you how to be there for your child when it really counts
    • For more information or to register for a class contact Samantha Tilton—samanthat@weberhs.org
  • Love and Logic 
    • An evidenced based six week program provides parents and caregivers with practical strategies for preventing and reducing behavior problems, increasing motivation, and building assets that contribute to life-long responsibility and resilience in children and youth. Caregivers learn how to preserve and enhance the child’s self-concept, teach children how to own and solve the problems they create, share the control and decision-making, combine consequences with high levels of empathy and warmth, and build the adult-child relationship.
  • Amor y Logica
    • Un programa de seis semanas basado en evidencia proporciona a los padres y cuidadores estrategias prácticas para prevenir y reducir los problemas de comportamiento, aumentar la motivación y crear activos que contribuyan a la responsabilidad y la capacidad de recuperación de por vida en niños y jóvenes. Los cuidadores aprenden cómo preservar y mejorar el autoconcepto del niño, enseñar a los niños cómo poseer y resolver los problemas que crean, compartir el control y la toma de decisiones, combinar las consecuencias con altos niveles de empatía y calidez, y construir la relación adulto-niño
  • Parent & Teen Alternative Program
    • Free six session program for adolescents and their parents. This is an indicated prevention class for those who have begun experimenting with substances. We teach communication skills, conflict resolution skills, stress management skills, drug and alcohol information, and decision making.

Ogden Weber Community Action Partnership 801-399-9281

  • Housing Assistance
    • Provides assistance with rental and related costs for households who are financially impacted by covid-19. 
      • Rent, back rent, utility payments, late fees
      • Eligibility varies greatly depending on the situation. Due to the high volume of applicants, it may take 5 to 7 days for your application to be processed.
      • 801-399-9281 x 998
  • Employment Assistance
    • Referrals to hiring companies, resume building, interview skills, individualized case management, supplies required for work, etc
  • Emergency food assistance
  • Financial literacy and asset management
  • Volunteer income tax assistance
  • Adult high school diploma and ged scholarships
  • On-site weber school district adult education classes
  • On-site wsd esl classes
  • Food Pantry 
    • Hours: Monday 2 pm-6 pm, Friday 9 am-1 pm
  • Eligible families can get 1 week of food once every 3 months

WIC 801-525-5010

22 South State Street, Clearfield
Provides milk, formula and other foods for pregnant women and kids under 5


Immunization Clinic 801-525-5020

22 South State Street, Clearfield
Provides immunizations for all ages


Cottages of Hope 801-393-4011

  • Free Tax Preparation 
    • If you make less than $54,000, and you don’t have a complicated return, you may qualify for FREE tax preparation by Cottages of Hope
  • Financial Coaching 
    • Cottages of Hope is pleased to announce that we are now offering one on one financial coaching sessions by appointment. Individuals looking for help with identifying financial goals, creating a working budget and tracking system, understanding and improving credit scores, and developing savings plans should call (801) 393-4011 to establish an appointment.
  • State Identification Help:
    • Via appointment only
    • Assistance with obtaining an ID after jail/prison release 
  • Employment Coaching
    • Via appointment only
    • Resume help
    • Interview Help

Workforce Services 801-626-0300

  • Services
    • Job search and job preparation assistance 
    • On-site recruiting and hiring events
    • Career exploration and coaching
    • Adult and youth employment and training programs
    • Eligibility services for SNAP (food), child care, financial and medical assistance: Apply online.

Weber Basin Job Corps Center 801-479-9806

  • Requirements
    • The applicant needs job skills training, education, counseling, or related assistance to help get you started on a career pathway.
    • The applicant is between 16 -24 years of age. The maximum age limit may be waived if the applicant is a person with a documented disability. For minors, a parent or guardian must sign a consent form.
    • Applicants must meet one or more of these conditions: receives public assistance, earns poverty-level income, is homeless, is a foster child, or qualifies for free or reduced-price lunch. Your admissions representative will help you determine your eligibility.
    • The applicant is a U.S. citizen, is a legal U.S. resident, or is a resident of a U.S. territory and/or is authorized to work in the United States.
    • The student has made suitable arrangements for the care of any dependent children for the proposed period of enrollment.
    • The student does not exhibit behavioral problems that could keep you or others from experiencing Job Corps' full benefits.
    • The student does not use drugs illegally.
    • Because Job Corps is a voluntary program, students choose to enroll in the program and may exit at any time.

Two Rivers Adult Education 801-476-3630 

  • GED Preparation Classes 
    • For those who did not finish high school and want a degree that is equivalent

ALA-TEEN 801-390-5622 

4347 S. 1900 W. Roy 
Support group for kids and teens with addicted parents


Weber County Main Library 801-337-2632

Services: Computer Related Technology Classes, Public Access Computer/Tools

  • Computer Related Technology Classes
    • Special Notes/Funding: E-team Sessions
    • Description: One-on-one technology instruction on basic computer and internet use, email, eMEDIA and eBOOKS, Microsoft Word, writing resumes, and device workshops.
    • Required Documents: None
    • Eligibility: Weber County residents
    • Fees: No cost
    • Languages: "Weber Works" computer class offered in Spanish
  • Public Access Computer/Tools
    • Eligibility: No restrictions
    • Fees: Computers and lab are free and available for community group, and public use.
  • English as a Second Language
    •  Description: Opportunities for non-English-speaking and limited-English-speaking adults to learn English listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Citizenship, conversation, and computer classes in Spanish also offered.
    • Required Documents: None
    • Eligibility: No restrictions
    • Fees: No cost
    • Languages: Spanish
  • Other Community Resources
    • A MASK FOR EVERY UTAHN:The state will provide one mask to each resident who needs one.
    • WORKFORCE SERVICES: Temporary services are available for individuals and families, including food, financial, medical and child care assistance.
    • Temporary income is available for qualified workers who are unemployed through no fault of their own and are looking for full-time work or in approved training.
    • LOCAL FOOD PANTRIES: List of local food pantries with times food is given out.
    • LANTERN HOUSE: COVID-19 Update- Emergency Shelter services are available and our kitchen is offering grab and go meals to limit large gatherings.
    • YCC HOPE: Domestic violence support
    • MIDTOWN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER: Midtown Community Health Center takes pride in serving everyone; we make quality healthcare accessible. 
      • We provide a full spectrum of affordable healthcare to community members with and without medical insurance, and from different cultures and backgrounds. We provide translation services in all languages.
      • We accept the following forms of payment: Medicaid, Medicare, CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program), PCN (Primary Care Network), most private medical insurances (please confirm when you set an appointment). 
      • Patients without medical insurance are welcome and will be charged at the time of service on a discounted sliding fee scale based on income and family size.

Weber State University Community Education Center 801-626-7911

Computer Related Technology Classes

  • WSU offers six self-paced courses designed to help clients learn to use e-mail, browse the internet and protect your personal files and photos or to learn the basics of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Clients have unlimited access to video-based instruction, work-based projects and assessments, and may start and finish each course at their own pace within a six-month window.
  • Required Documents: None
  • Eligibility: 18 or older
  • Fees: $59-$99
  • Languages: Spanish