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MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
 
Medicaid
 -Medicaid is a federally funded program that provides health benefits to low income individuals and families.
 
Disability-Based Medicaid
 -A person may qualify for Medicaid, when determined by Social Security or the State Medicaid office to be disabled.
 
Primary Care Network (PCN)
 -PCN is a Medicaid program for adults aged 19 to 64 who do not qualify for coverage under any other Medicaid program.
 
IHC Charity Care & Financial Assistance
 
888-949-4VMH [4864]  
Crisis Line 801-587-3000
 
4th Street Clinic
404 S. 400 W., Salt Lake City, UT 84101
801-364-0058
 
Maliheh Clinic
415 E 3900 S  Salt Lake City, UT 84107 
801-266-3700
 
University of Utah Pharmacy & Financial Asistance
 
Brain Injury Association of Utah
5280 Commerce Dr. Suite E-190, Murray, UT 84107
Phone: 801-716-4993
 
MONETARY, FOOD, HOUSING AND CLOTHING ASSISTANCE
 
Unemployment Insurance (UI)
 -Unemployment through no fault of their own; Able to work full time; and available for, and actively seeking, full-time work.
 
Food Stamps
 -Food Stamps are issued through the Utah Horizon card, which acts as a “debit card” to buy groceries.
 
Child Care Assistance
 -If you are working, but fall within certain income guidelines, or receive FEP, DWS can help you pay part of your child care.
 
The Family Employment Program (FEP)
 
General Assistance Program (GA)
 -Limited financial assistance for adults who are unemployable.
 
Emergency Assistance Homelessness Prevention Program (EA Funds)
 -Emergency Assistance is available to families with at least one dependent child when the family is homeless or in immediate danger of becoming homeless.  This is a time limited program.
 
Community Action Partnership (CAP)
-A variety of assistance programs
 
Women, Infants and Children’s Supplemental Food Program (WIC)
 -WIC is intended to prevent complications of pregnancy and to promote optimal growth and development of young children.  The federal government, through its WIC program, supplements the diets of pregnant women and children up to age 5.
1-877-WIC-KIDS
 
Catholic Community Services
St. Vincent de Paul Center
437 West 200 South in Salt Lake City
Provides food to the hungry as well as shelter and other assistance programs.
(801) 363-7710
 
Crossroads Urban Center
 -Thrift store vouchers
347 South 400 East Salt Lake City, UT 84111
801-364-7765
 
Church at Liberty Park Food Pantry
-Limited hours, no identification or proof of need required.
662 East 1300 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84105
801-973-0088
T 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm; W 4 pm - 5:30 pm; Th 11 am - 1:30 pm
 
United Way Resource Line
Dial 211 or
 
Utah Health and Human Services
 
TAX ASSISTANCE
 
Low Income Taxpayers-
The University of Utah
Low Income Taxpayer Clinic
801-236-8052
 
Taxpayer Advocate
 -Tax liens, etc., part of the IRS
 

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