Programs and Services addressing the needs of LGBTQ youth at three levels:
Prevention:
At the community level, There are now many resources that offer ally and advocate training to groups who work with and support youth, and hold events to educate the public.
Intervention:
At the intervention level, drop-in centers offer a variety of services to not only meet the basic needs of youth, but to also increase their self-efficacy, and provide them with knowledge and skills needed to become self-sufficient, healthy LGBTQ and allied adults.
Crisis response:
Crisis response for underserved youth in Utah who are homeless, suicidal, or have been victimized, have lacked until now because of legal barriers, and lack of resources. These barriers are being addressed now in ways they have not previously.

Resource Centers

UTAH PRIDE CENTER
255 East 400 South, Suite 200
801-539-8800
www.utahpridecenter.org

EQUALITY UTAH
175 West 200 South, Suite 3001
801-355-3479
www.equalityutah.org

OGDEN PRIDE
801-917-4588
ogdenpride.org

Resources

801-539-8800

therapy@utahpridecenter.org

1380 S Main
Salt Lake City UT 84115

Hours:

Mon – Fri 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

National Crisis Line

800-273-TALK
(800-273-8255)

LGBTQ Help Center National Hotline

1-888-843-4564
Mon – Fri 4 p.m.
Sat Noon – 5 p.m. (ET)

ACLU

801-521-9862

Youth Shelters Volunteers of America (Salt Lake County)

801-364-0744

Runaway Nationwide Hotline

800-RUNAWAY
(800-786-2929)

Legal Aid Society

801-328-8849

Crime Victims Reparations

801-238-2360

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