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June 7, 2016
City Leaders to Hold Workshops for Public Input on Homeless Shelter Sites
Deseret News reports on the workshops city leaders will be holding between June 13th and June 20th for public input on the sites for new homeless shelters. View More >
June 6, 2016
Summer Educational Programming for Homeless Children Receives Funding
Deseret News reports on funding received by the Road Home’s Midvale Center children, allowing them to attend summer educational programs. View More >
June 1, 2016
Downtown Magazine Features The Road Home’s Leaders
In this issue of Downtown Magazine, Celeste Eggert, The Road Home’s Development Director is featured in the article “Helping Hands” on page 38 and Matt Minkevitch, The Road Home’s Executive Director is featured in the article “25 People” on page 59. View More >
May 11, 2016
Utah Releases Numbers on Homelessness
Utah released data from the Homeless Management System. View More >
May 4, 2016
Travel Rally Day Event Provides Hygiene Kits for The Road Home
Deseret News reports on the Travel Rally Day Event, which provided hygiene kits to The Road Home. View More >
April 30, 2016
Comcast Cares Day Volunteers Provide Service for Community
The Salt Lake Tribune reports on Comcast Cares Day, where volunteers provided service at several locations, including The Road Home. View More >
April 26, 2016
Image Studios Provides Haircuts for Homeless Women
Good4Utah reports on Image Studios providing haircuts to women at The Road Home. View More >
April 23, 2016
Team Works on Finding Housing for Chronically Homeless
Deseret News reports on how a team of outreach workers, caseworkers, housing specialists and other individuals work together to find housing for chronically homeless individuals. View More >
April 18, 2016
Homeless Services Site Evaluation Committee Meets to Discuss Homeless Recourses
Desert News reports on the second phase of the Homeless Services Site Evaluation Commission. View More >
March 28, 2016
Funding to Allow for Committees to Search for Solutions to Homelessness in Utah
Desert News reports on how funding approved by state legislature can have an impact on homelessness in Utah. View More >
March 25, 2016
Governor Herbert Signs Two Bills to Assist Utah’s Needy
Governor Gary Herbert signed two bills into effect that will assist Utah’s needy population. One of the bills expands Medicaid coverage and the other allocates funding for homeless services. Please click the links below to read articles on the bills. View More >
March 11, 2016
Collaboration Necessary in Fight Against Homelessness
Peter Corroon speaks about how the community must work together in order to combat homelessness. View More >
March 11, 2016
Funding Will Allow Progress to Be Made in Assisting Those Experiencing Homelessness
Fox 13 reports on how funding approved by state legislature will impact those experiencing homelessness. View More >
March 10, 2016
Housing First and the Involvement of University of Utah
Stephen Speckman speaks about The Road Home’s housing programs and the involvement of University of Utah students in these programs. View More >
March 10, 2016
Utah Symphony to Hold Benefit for The Road Home
The Salt Lake Tribune speaks about a benefit being held by the Utah Symphony to benefit The Road Home. View More >
March 10, 2016
Legislation to Assist Those Experiencing Homelessness Passes
Marjorie Cortez speaks about legislation that reforms the statewide efforts to assist those experiencing homelessness. View More >
March 9, 2016
Housing and Homeless Reform Initiative Passes
Marjorie Cortez speaks about legislation that aims at assisting those experiencing homelessness passing both houses on the Utah Legislature. View More >
March 5, 2016
Collective Impact Approach to Focus on Preventing Homelessness
Jason Mathis speaks about the importance of an approach to prevent families and individuals from becoming homeless. View More >
March 5, 2016
Medicaid Expansion Necessary to Help Utah’s Homeless
Laura Michalski and Scott Williams of The Fourth Street Clinic speak about how HB437 could have a positive impact on Utahans experiencing homelessness. View More >
February 29, 2016
Owner of the Utah Jazz Calls on Lawmakers to Support Imitative to Combat Homelessness
Deseret News reports on Gail Miller, the owner of the Utah Jazz, speaking to lawmakers about an initiative to help those experiencing homelessness. View More >
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