The Road Home is a private non-profit social service agency with 501(c)3 status. We are committed to helping people step out of homelessness and back into our community.
The Road Home
FY15 Annual Report
Our Sincere Appreciation to each of you for making what we do possible!
We have built upon our success in 2015, and set some ambitious goals for Fiscal Year 2016. With your support, we will continue to see progress and move forward in our mission to help people overcome homelessness.
From our FY15 Board President
Dear Friends of The Road Home,
I express my gratitude for each of you who have demonstrated the courage to follow through on your decision to help those who we serve as they progress from Help to Hope to Home. . .
Matt Willes - FY15 Board Pesident
I would like to take this opportunity to provide you a brief update regarding a few of our agency's key accomplishments over the past year. We have made some measurable progress. . .
Matt Minkevitch - Executive Director
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Reaching Out to the Street
In 2014, The Road Home was awarded funding (contributed by cities in Salt Lake County through the Council of Governments) for the creation of a Street Engagement Team (SET). . .
Rebuilding our Community Winter Shelter in Midvale
Over the past 16 years, our Community Winter Shelter in Midvale has provided critical shelter for people we serve during the coldest winter months. . .
Renovating Wendell Apartments
On May 22, 2013, The Road Home purchased the Wendell Apartments. Wendell was built in 1924 and has served as a housing unit since. . .
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