We’re compiling and providing all the resources we know of to help our families through this difficult time. We’ll be updating this page as we learn more information, so continually check for more info!
Utah Coronavirus Information Hotline 1-800-456-7707: This hotline will give you reliable information on coronavirus resources, where you can get tested if you believe you are ill, and what to do if someone you know may have coronavirus.
Bill Payment Information and Resources
Mountain Power has suspended nonpayment disconnections for all customers. This
means that your electricity won’t be shut off if you’re unable to pay. They are
offering payment plans so that you can pay what you can, when you can. Go to
their website here
to find out more.
is offering their
Internet Essentials service to Salt Lake City School District families, and it
includes two months of free Internet service, if you apply by April 30, 2020.
Find out more here.
Assistance Programs: This link here
provides a list of resources for rental assistance.
Boxes For Families
the COVID-19 pandemic, the Salt Lake Education Foundation and Salt Lake City
School District are working with community partners to provide emergency “grab
and go” food boxes to families. Starting March 19, 2020, families will be
able to pick up food boxes from the district’s three community learning centers
on the following dates from 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. –
- Thursday, March 19,
- Friday, March 20,
- Monday, March 23,
- Wednesday, March 25,
- Friday, March 27,
The addresses for the
Community Learning Centers are:
- Rose Park CLC: 1105 W. 1000 N., Salt Lake City, Utah 84116
- Liberty CLC: 1078 S. 300 E., Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
- Glendale CLC: 1388 S. 1340 W. Navajo Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84104
A reminder that this
will be conducted entirely outdoors.” Link here.
- Meals for Students (SLC School District): “Grab and go” breakfast will be served in the mornings at several SLC district schools. Times and locations can be found here.
- Schmidt’s Pastry Cottage will be giving two free loaves of bread to anyone who comes into the store – “one for you, one for a friend.” They will do this until they run out of bread for the day but will continue each day as the pandemic situation continues. Check out more info here.
- Este Pizza in Sugarhouse will be offering a free slice of cheese or pepperoni pizza to kids for lunch each day until schools reopen. They announced this on their Instagram page.
- UberEats is waiving delivery fees for the rest of March.
- This website shows all restaurants that are still open and providing curbside service, delivery or take out.
- Here, you can find a complete list of Utah’s food banks and pantries.
- This webpage
is continually updated by SLC.gov. It has lists of resources, what to do if you
believe you are sick, and it dispels many of the myths circulating about
211: This hotline is available 24/7, is free and
confidential. You can call, text, or begin an online chat to get connected to
the following resources: housing, food and meals, mental health services,
medical and legal assistance, utility and tax assistance, substance abuse
disorder assistance, and transportation. You can also call to hear about
volunteer opportunities. Visit 211utah.org or call/text 211 or 888-826-9790 at
65+ Services: Here
is a list of services available to the older population. Services include Meals
on Wheels, transportation services, and more.
Health: The pandemic can cause negative feelings and anxiety. This
webpage from the CDC gives more information about the effects
of the pandemic on our mental health. Remember that we are always a resource
for you and your families! 😊
Unable to find the childcare you need with us right now? Go to careaboutchildcare.utah.gov for more info