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Community Partnerships

The Road Home believes in building a strong community to help people overcome homelessness. We are proud to have a variety of community partners as we help people step out of homelessness and back into our community.

Corporate Partnerships

A variety of local and national companies help The Road Home provide life saving shelter and services. These partnerships have a lasting impact on our community. Find out more.

Fourth Street Clinic

Fourth Street Clinic works to end homelessness by providing comprehensive healthcare and support services to homeless Utahans. Many of the people staying at The Road Home are able to access healthcare services through Fourth Street Clinic. Find out more.

The Utah Food Bank

The Utah Food Bank assists us in providing for the nutritional needs of the families and individuals staying with us. Donations of non-perishable food items to the Utah Food Bank help The Road Home and other agencies in Utah ensure that no one goes hungry. Find out more.

Volunteers of America, Utah

The Road Home collaborates with Volunteers of America, Utah (VOAUT) on key projects. VOAUT is the community leader in programs for people with substance addictions. We rely on them for detoxification programs, outreach and substance abuse treatment. Our programs for chronically homeless men and women are enriched by the partnership we have with VOAUT. We have helped VOAUT in their efforts to serve homeless youth and they help us with street outreach. We know our agencies are more nimble when we rely on the expertise of the other. Find out more.

Housing Authorities

The Road Home is proud to partner with our three local housing authorities. We work extensively with Housing Connect, the Housing Authority of Salt Lake City and West Valley City Housing Authority. Many of our subsidy programs are products of these partnership efforts. The Salt Lake community is unique in that our housing authorities are very active in developing programs specifically for people who are homeless and chronically homeless. Specifically, many subsidy voucher programs, Tenant Based Rental Assistance and Permanent Supportive Housing including Palmer Court would not exist without support from our housing authorities.