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Disclaimer: The information provided on this website has been compiled for your convenience. The Learning Disabilities Association of Utah (LDAU) does not represent or endorse any particular point of view, program, organization, business or professional. It is up to the parent or individual to decide which program or professional that would best suit your’s or your child’s needs. LDAU makes no warranties about the accuracy, helpfulness or completeness of any information contained below:




Jennifer R. Cardinal, PHD; Bountiful, Salt Lake, Layton UT; (801) 683-1062; Website:

Dr. Cardinal is a licensed psychologist who provides psychological and neuropsychological assessments to clarify clinical presentation and interventions for children, adolescents, and adults with a variety of brain-based disorders such as ADHD, autism, Fetal Alcohol Disorder, learning disabilities (including dyslexia), depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder,  bipolar disorder, memory problems and traumatic brain injury.  She is happy to be part of a multidisciplinary team that is prepared to offer extensive help from assessment to intervention ( mental healthy therapy, parent education, reading tutoring, applied behavioral analysis and speech therapy). Dr. Cardinal provides services through NBCG clinics in Bountiful, Salt Lake City and Layton.


Edward A. Martinelli, Jr., PH.D; TestEd, LLC; Phone: 801-228-8311; Website:

Dr. Martinelli is currently the Director at BYU accessibility center. He has also worked in the disability offices for Brigham Young University and Utah Valley University. He graduated in 2005 with his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Auburn University and has been licensed in the state of Utah since 2007. He has presented on disability issues in college settings at state, national, and international conferences. Emotional concerns, ADD/ADHD, and other issues can be ruled out or included in the evaluation. Specialties include post-secondary accommodations, as well as reports for ACT and other high stakes testing situations (GRE, LSAT,GMAT, etc.).

Lisa M. Lindeke Daniels, PHD; Cottonwood Assessment Clinic; Phone: 435-538-9899;  Website:

Cottonwood Assessment Clinic provides neuropsychological evaluations to children and young adults.  In addition to diagnosis of learning disorders (including dyslexia), Dr. Lisa Daniels, Ph.D. has expertise in evaluation of psychological concerns, AD/HD, intellectual disabilities, neurodevelopmental disorders (including Autism), genetic disorders, and the impact of traumatic brain injury and other medical conditions.  Testing can be used to establish a diagnosis and to guide strategies and interventions, such as learning strategies, school accommodations, or recommendations for specific academic programs and curricula.  


Mindy Russell-Stamp, PHD; Bountiful, UT; Phone: (801) 683-1062; Website:

Mindy Russell-Stamp is a licensed psychologist (Ph.D. in School Psychology Minor: Autism).  She offers a full array of assessment services focused on children, teens and adults for psychological and neuropsychological  concerns including mood issues, Autism, Developmental Delays, ADHD, Learning Disabilities (including dyslexia), and Conduct Disorders.  Dr. Stamp sees patients in Bountiful at NBCG.


Dina Hargrave,M.S. Ed.S., LCMHC Layton, UT Phone: (801) 683-1062; Website:

Dina Hargrave began her mental health career 12 years ago as an education consultant. Dina graduated from Utah State University with her Master's of Psychology and then earned her Education Specialist degree. Dina works with children, teens and young adults (and their families) ages 3-25, specializing in assessment with a clinical psychologist ( mood issues, learning disabilities, Autism, ADHD and conduct problems) and research based therapies.  Dina sees patients in Layton, Utah (NBCG).


Wasatch Pediatric Neuropsychology with Dr. Julien Smith, Dr. Lara Leishman, and Dr. Erin Krauskopf; Address: 231 East 400 South, Ste 335, Salt Lake City, UT 8411; Phone: (801) 363-1189


provides pediatric (infants, toddlers and school age) and adolescent (teenagers to young adults) neuropsychological consultation and assessment services, with offices in Salt Lake City and Centerville. The goal of a neuropsychological evaluation is to obtain detailed information regarding a child’s cognitive abilities, behavioral, psychological, and social functioning.  Results may confirm or clarify a diagnosis, detect changes in functioning over time, identify strengths and weakness to guide rehabilitation or educational and vocational services, offer intervention or compensatory strategies, and/or suggest referrals to other specialists. We provide services to children and adolescents with known or suspected neurological injury or compromise and/or neurodevelopmental disorders such as Traumatic brain injury, Neurological conditions or injury, Genetic and/or metabolic disorders, Hematology/oncology disorders, Chronic medical conditions, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Delays, Sensory disorders (hearing, vision, sensory integration), Learning disabilities and problems, Language disorders, Visual Spatial and motor deficits, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Tic disorders and Complex psychiatric disorders.  



Wasatch Pediatric Neuropsychology also has a psychologist, Dr. Heidi Mucha, whose targeted population includes children and adolescents with concerns in learning and attention. Such patients might not require a comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation to assess for and diagnose LD or ADHD. Therefore, a more targeted evaluation is available for Specific Learning Disorders in Reading, Written Expression, and Mathematics as well as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Anxiety or Depressive Disorders. 

Jenise Jensen, Ph.D., 623 E 2100 S, Ste 103, SLC, UT  84106 Phone: (801) 355-0195; Website:

CDNC provides neuropsychological consultation and assessment services to children and adolescents with known or suspected neurodevelopmental disorders and neurological injury/compromise. Common disorders seen include learning disabilities, including dyslexia; gifted and twice exceptional; Autism Spectrum Disorder; ADHD; developmental delays (language disorders, developmental motor disorders, etc.); sensory disorders; seizure disorders/epilepsy; Traumatic Brain Injury; tic disorders; genetic and/or metabolic disorders; and anxiety and depression disorders. The purpose of a neuropsychological evaluation is to obtain detailed information regarding a person’s cognitive abilities, behavioral, psychological, and social functioning. Results may confirm or clarify a diagnosis, detect changes in functioning over time, identify strengths and weakness to guide rehabilitation or educational and vocational services, offer intervention or compensatory strategies, and/or suggest referrals to other specialists.

BYU Comprehensive Clinic; Phone: 801-422-7759; Website:

The Clinical Psychology program also provides Psychological, Developmental, and Neuropsychological Assessments for $50 – 100. Typical assessment referral questions include: Intelligence Assessment, Learning Disability, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism or other pervasive developmental disorders, assessment of functioning following brain trauma, and most other psychological or emotional disorders.


Child Development Clinic; Utah Department of Health; Phone: 801-584-8510; Toll Free: 800-829-8200 Website:

The Child Development Clinic provides consultation, assessment and case management services for children from infancy to their 7th birthday (birth to 18 for Developmental Pediatrics) with special health care needs such as: Medical and Physical Challenges, Speech and Language Delays, Developmental Delays, Autism/Pervasive Developmental Disorders, and Associated Emotional/Behavioral Difficulties. Services include a team assessment for children with challenging behavior and/or development that is delayed, unusual, or difficult to diagnose. Clinic provides assessments, psychology, speech and language, social services, nutrition, hearing, physical and occupational therapies. Services are provided and billed based on a sliding fee scale. Consultations offered may include developmental pediatrics, psychology, speech and language, social work and audiology.


Educational Assessment and Student Support Clinic; Phone: 801-581-6068; Website:

The Educational Assessment and Student Support Clinic at the University of Utah serves children, adolescents, and adults in the Intermountain area. The Clinic works with schools and other agencies to provide neuropsychological, psychological, and psychoeducational assessment; educational consultation; and academic or behavioral intervention by trained graduate students and University faculty.


The Clinic offers specialized assessment in specific areas, such as neuropsychological assessment of individuals with learning disabilities, head trauma, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and autism. Psychological assessment of mood and behavior disorders is also offered. Interventions available include individual therapy with children and adolescents; parent training; group and individual social skills training; and academic planning and consultation with the schools regarding a student’s educational plan.

Utah Neuropsychological Services; James Knorr, Ph.D.; 7069 South Highland Drive, Suite 5; Salt Lake City, UT, 84121;; Phone: 801-441-0786; Website:

Utah Neuropsychological Services provides psychological and neuropsychological evaluations to assist in case management and treatment planning to improve functioning. Therapeutic interventions, using a range of evidence-based modalities are offered as ongoing treatment. Consultation services are also provided to promote communication and generalization of positive behaviors.

Utah Center for Evidence Based Treatment (UCEBT); Laura Rowley, Ph.D.; Website:, Phone: 801-419-0139, Email:, 170 South 1000 East, Suite 201, Salt Lake City, Utah 84102

Dr. Rowley is the Assessment & Testing Program Director at the Utah Center for Evidence Based Treatment (UCEBT). Under the supervision of Dr. Rowley, UCEBT provides diagnoses and intervention recommendations can be used by a school-based team to determine eligibility for special education services or a 504 plan. Your assessment clinician at UCEBT can coordinate with school officials to develop education plans based on results of testing. UCEBT also works with adults and is happy to provide clients with evaluations prior to and during the client’s college or university years. 



ADHD Coaching; Debra Payne, PHD, Professional Certified Coach; Ogden UT; Phone: (801) 391-5967; email:

Debra Payne, PhD is an ICF Certified Coach. She has trained in ADHD Coaching with world-renowned experts, specifically in coaching teens and college students with ADHD. Debra has a background as a college advisor. As a first-generation college student, Debra has a passion for higher education and the many opportunities it can bring. She loves supporting clients to recognize their strengths, to build upon them, and to see how those strengths apply to different areas of their lives as they become increasingly confident and independent.


Dyslexia Center of Utah; Phone: 801-756-1933; Website:; 


Our mission is to help children who struggle with reading, writing and spelling succeed in academics and life challenges. We are committed to providing mult-sensory instruction of the highest quality, increasing the literacy skills of our students in a positive, fun, safe and unique learning environment. Academic needs CAN be met. Students CAN be successful. Students CAN receive the tools they need for being successful.


DCU is a not-for-profit organization. We offer group and private tutoring. Tutoring scholarships are available based on family financial qualifications.


Literacy Action Center; Phone: 801-265-9081; Website: 

The Literacy Action Center, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization since February 1985, transforms English-speaking adults, who enter our program with limited reading, writing, or math skills, into skilled, passionate, habitual, critical readers, writers, and mathematicians! We specialize in English-speaking adults whose reading, writing, or math skills are below a fifth grade level and live in Salt Lake County or Davis County in Utah, USA.


Our instruction is delivered in two ways: small group instruction by paid professionals and a core of volunteers with expertise and passions in specific areas and one-on-one tutoring by trained volunteers. Why both? These adults need the advantages that come with both delivery methods; each method provides program elements that the other method cannot provide.


PACE: Salt Lake, Murray, Orem, and Grantsville Utah; Contact: Jennie Gibson; Phone: 435-884-0563 or 801-913-3487; Website:

Call 801-913-3487 or email to schedule a Free screening/evaluation to see if PACE is right for you. We provide the Processing and Cognitive Enhancement (PACE) program and the Master the Code program. These research based training programs improve reading, math, spelling, and more by training cognitive skills which are the core skills your brain uses to think, read, learn, remember, reason and pay attention.  We can work with you to set up a program to improve weak skills and help you or your child succeed.  

Over 700 professionals in more than 350 schools, clinics, hospitals, and training locations have participated in the development, testing, and clinical use of the PACE program to date. PACE has rapidly become the leading cognitive training program in the USA. The purpose of the intense PACE program is to produce significant changes quickly so that the student sees the changes and stays motivated to learn. Hard work using these very specific procedures takes advantage of neuroplasticity to change brains.  We are former educators licensed by LearningRX to provide PACE in Utah. The program is available for both adults and children. See our website for more information.


Rite Care of Utah Salt Lake City: Phone: 801-486-0579; Ogden: Phone: 801-627-8878; Website:

Rite Care of Utah(The Scottish Rite Children’s Learning Centers) assist families of children with language and learning disabilities without charge. They are dedicated to helping children become more successful in their home and school settings by empowering them to reach their full educational and social potential. Children and parents who qualify for one of our programs are paired with a therapist for a weekly 30 minute session. Parents attend tutoring sessions with their child and receive practical suggestions for use at home. In addition to the weekly session, parents are expected to work with their child at least 30 minutes every day. RiteCare of Utah has been helping children for almost twenty years.


U of U Reading Clinic; Murray, Utah; Phone: 801-265-3951; Website:

The U of U Reading Clinic offers Reading Assessment and Intervention, Professional Development, Mobile Reading Clinics, and Consultation Services. Helping students become successful readers. Resource for parents, teachers, and struggling readers-especially those students in grades one through three. Children who qualify for services are placed on a waiting list and enrolled on a “first come, first served basis” when space is available.

Reading Lab & Dyslexia Center; Lori Bassett, Director; Email:;

Phone: 435-229-2853

We are a private, specialized reading tutoring center. Our students use hands-on OG tutoring to learn the English language in an explicit style. We start with phonics structure, build the Greek and Latin bases, and then students learn the sentence and paragraph structures as well. They do all of these while using multi-sensory tools to make lasting connections. The students are shown and talked through strategies for helping themselves through school in personal and individual styles for a lifetime of learning. They are given self-esteem building and motivating lessons throughout all their educational lessons. 

Literacy Utah; Jenna Haynie SLPA, CALP Trainee Affiliate; Website:; Email:

Our mission is to provide all students with the opportunity to experience success! Many children fail to make reading gains year after year because they arent’ receiving the systematic, multi-sensory, and structured approach they need. Understanding dyslexia is the key to improving a child’s outcomes. We are committed to providing educated and trained therapists who deliver effective, research based reading therapy that may not be available in school or with a general tutor. 

Literacy Utah offers group and private reading therapy both in-person and online. We offer a sliding scale for services based on financial needs.


Disability Law Center, Address: 205 North 400 West, Salt Lake City, UT 84103; Phone: (801) 363-1347; Toll-free: (800) 662-9080 Website:

The Disability Law Center is a private, non-profit organization designated by the Governor to protect the human and civil rights of people with disabilities (including learning disabilities) in Utah through legal advocacy. Their services are statewide and free of charge.

Their efforts to improve educational opportunities for students with disabilities include:


  • Special education eligibility and evaluations for students.


  • Individualized Education Program (IEP) development and implementation.


  • Educating disabled students with students who are non-disabled to the maximum extent, where appropriate.


  • Assisting students with disabilities in receiving the assistive technology and training required for their success in school.


  • Ensuring that students are not disciplined, restrained or secluded because of a disability.


  • Assisting students in receiving the transition services needed to prepare for life after school.


  • Raising awareness among parents, advocates and policy makers so they have all the information they need to ensure the successful education of students with disabilities.


  • Advocating for students when rights under IDEA are violated.

Erin Preston, Esq. Of Counsel, Lear & Lear Education Law Section Address: 808 E. South Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah 84114; Phone: (801) 883-8002; cell: (801) 631-9520 

Erin Preston has spent the last 10 years of her career focusing on students in the public education system.  In that time, she has spent 4 years serving as a K-12 school administrator and now as an education attorney.   A significant amount of her time and efforts have been focused on ensuring school meet the educational needs of students with disabilities.  That focus has included advising schools and districts on special education law, and in some instances representing students in need of services not being provided by their schools.   She focuses on ensuring all students receive a free and appropriate education best suited to serving their unique needs.  This includes helping inform and support parents, students and educators on the legal requirements and practical considerations in ensuring each student's needs are met.



CHADD of Utah; Email:; website:

“CHADD” stands for Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder. CHADD is a non-profit national, state and local organization dedicated to educating, supporting and advocating for those affected in some way by AD/HD. CHADD of Utah is the name of the local chapter.

Chadd of Utah offers Parent to Parent training opportunities, monthly support group meetings and annual conferences for teachers, parents, adults or anyone interested in learning more about AD/HD.


Utah Parent Center; Phone: (801) 272-1051 or Toll Free in Utah: 1-800-468-1160; Website:

The mission of the Utah Parent Center (UPC) is to help parents help their children, youth and young adults with disabilities to live included, productive lives as members of the community. We accomplish our mission by providing accurate information, empathetic peer support, valuable training and effective advocacy based on the concept of parents helping parents.


Utah State Office of Rehabilitation and Utah Parent Center are implementing a series of statewide activities designed to provide information, training, outreach, and referral services for transition-aged youth and young adults (ages 15-26) with disabilities and their parents.



Allies with Families; Phone: (801) 433-2595 or (877) 477-0764; Website:

Allies with Families, the Utah Chapter of the Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health offers practical support and resources for parents and their children and youth who face serious emotional, behavioral, and mental health challenges. As a family controlled non-profit organization, Allies prides itself in its positive relations with Utah’s child servicing agencies, and participates and/or chairs many state-level committees that can affect policy changes statewide. Allies receives referrals from state and local child servicing agencies, to mediate when issues cannot be resolved. Allies staff provides training and consultation to various state agencies on parent/professional collaboration, child case management, systems of care, and wraparound.


Family Resource Facilitators, Division of Substance Abuse & Mental Health; Phone: (801) 538-3939;

Family Resource Facilitators (FRFs) Work with families and youth who have complex needs to build a plan that incorporates both formal supports (e.g. mental health/substance abuse treatment, educational assistance, juvenile court engagement, etc.) and informal supports (family members, community groups, clergy, etc.) that will help the child and his/her family exit the mental health system to live full and productive lives. There are 59 certified FRFs statewide (including all 35 Mental Health Early Intervention funded FRFs). Family Resource Facilitation and Wraparound is accessible in 24 of the 29 Utah Counties. For a list of family resource facilitators in your area click here.


NAMI-UTAH (The Utah Chapter of the National Alliance On Mental Illness); Phone: (801) 323-9900; Toll-free: (877) 230-6264; Website:

NAMI -Utah is a nonprofit, grassroots, self-help, support and advocacy organization of consumers, families, and friends of people with severe mental illnesses, such as schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic and other severe anxiety disorders, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and other severe and persistent mental illnesses that affect the brain. NAMI- Utah’s mission is to ensure the dignity and improve the lives of those who live with mental illness and their families through support, education, and advocacy.


Primary Children’s Behavioral Health; Address: (Main Campus) 81 N. Mario Capecchi Dr., Phone: 801-662-3600, Salt Lake City; Wasatch Canyons Behavioral Health Campus 5770 S. 1500 West, Salt Lake City, Utah Phone: 801-313-7711; Website:

Primary Children’s offers acute inpatient psychiatric care for children in emotional crisis, longer-term residential treatment for children with severe emotional, behavioral and/or substance abuse problems, eating disorders, day treatment/partial hospitalization, and outpatient services for medication management, psychological or neuropsychological testing, and individual group therapy.


In addition to psychological and psychiatric services, Primary Children’s offers Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Nutrition Services, Sleep Medicine and other medical services listed For a complete list click here.


University Neuropsychiatric Center; Address: 650 Komas Drive, Suite 208, Salt Lake City, UT 84108; Phone: 801-585-1212; Website:

University of Utah’s NeuroPsychiatric Center (UNI) also offers various forms of treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorders, Mental Illness, and Eating Disorders. Services include individual and family out patient therapy, parent education/consultation, classroom observations and support, behavior management, social skills, anxiety management, and sibling support/education, and day and inpatient treatment for children and adolescents.



Child Development Clinic; Utah Department of Health; Phone: 801-584-8510; Toll Free: 800-829-8200 Website:

The Child Development Clinic provides consultation, assessment and case management services for children from infancy to their 7th birthday (birth to 18 for Developmental Pediatrics) with special health care needs such as: Medical and Physical Challenges, Speech and Language Delays, Developmental Delays, Autism/Pervasive Developmental Disorders, and Associated Emotional/Behavioral Difficulties. Services include a team assessment for children with challenging behavior and/or development that is delayed, unusual, or difficult to diagnose. Clinic provides assessments, psychology, speech and language, social services, nutrition, hearing, physical and occupational therapies. Services are provided and billed based on a sliding fee scale. Consultations offered may include developmental pediatrics, psychology, speech and language, social work and audiology.  


Easter Seals Goodwill -Utah; Address: 720 South 200 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84111; Phone: 801-536-7016; Offices also in Saint George, Cedar City, Price, Provo, and Ogden. Website: 

Easter Seals-Goodwill provides a variety of high quality services for children, adults and seniors living with disabilities and disadvantaging conditions. They provide free information and referral services, Occupational Therapy, Sensory Integration Therapy, social skills training, handwriting classes, intervention services, sib-shops, educational programs and durable equipment loans, They also include families as active members of any program, and offer the support families and caregivers need.


Primary Children’s Outpatient Rehabilitation Department; Offices in Salt Lake City (Phone: ) Taylorsville (Phone: 801-840-4360), Saratoga Springs (Phone: ) Sandy (Phone: 801-575-3081), Ogden (Phone: 801-387-2080), and Bountiful (Phone: 801-292-8665); Logan (Phone: ) and St. George (Phone: ) Website:

The PCMC Outpatient Rehab Department offers speech-language, occupational, and physical therapy services at their outreach therapy sites. They offer comprehensive evaluation services and address each child’s individual priorities in may areas including : communication, self care, social skills, sensory integration, eating, play skills, and more!


University of Utah Health Care Life Skills Clinic; Salt Lake City, Utah; Phone: 801-585-6837; Website:

The Life Skills Clinic is committed to creating a supportive and collaborative experience that enhances participation in life for clients with occupational challenges, life skills needs, or physical, cognitive, and mental health impairments.

Through client-centered, strength-based interventions, such as mastering meaningful movement, low vision service, and pediatric occupational therapy, the Life Skills Clinic helps clients address goals ranging from basic self-care related activities to more complex return to work and life participation ones.

Sorenson Legacy Foundation Center for Clinical Excellence; Dakota Pond, CSW, MSW; Service Navigator; 6405 Old Main Hill Logan UT, 84322-6405

The Sorenson Legacy Foundation Center for Clinical Excellence provides comprehensive clinical services in the following areas: speech and language therapy, hearing and balance services for adults and children, individual and family therapy, child and adolescent psychiatry services, housing and financial counseling, integrated assessment services (specializing in the the diagnosing of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder), ASSERT (a preschool for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder) and behavior support services.

Children in Motion; Rhonda Roth, MOT, OTR/L; 5284 Commerce Dr. Ste C-290, Murray, UT 84107;


Pediatric Occupational Therapy Services for Children ages 0-18 years.  Specializing in Executive Functioning, Fine and Gross Motor Skills, Sensory Integration and Sensory Processing, Self-Care Skills, Feeding Therapy and much more. Parent and Family Focused Occupational Therapy Services. 


Utah Center for Persons with Disabilities, Logan, Utah; Phone: 435-797-1981; Toll-free: 1-866-284-2821 Website: 

The Center for Persons with Disabilities Clinical Services offers a strong interdisciplinary approach to assessment/evaluation and treatment services for children, youth, and adults with suspected learning or attention problems or developmental disabilities. Cost management support (sliding fee scale, reduced fee) is available. Referrals for services come from community agencies, school personnel, physicians, and private individuals.


Utah Center for Assistive Technology, Salt Lake City; Phone: 801-887-9380; Website:

UCAT not only helps individuals who are visually, and physically disabled and choose adaptive devices to meet their day to day needs. They also teach individuals, professionals, and parents of children with with learning disabilities how to access information more completely by utilizing modern technology.


UCAT offers consultations by appointment at their Salt Lake Office on various computer hardware and software applications and maintains a lending library allowing individuals to try out certain technologies for 30 days. They also frequently give workshops discussing various technologies useful to individuals, professionals, and parents of children with learning disabilities.


UCAT has individuals who work with teams of professionals in the public schools throughout Utah to help children find the most comfortable and effective ways to communicate with teachers, family, and peers. Under a contract with the Department of Education, UCAT loans augmentative devices and adaptive equipment to teachers and therapists on these teams. If your child needs assistive technology at school you may request a UCAT professional come to your school, evaluate your child, and suggest possible technology to help your child.

Utah State Office of Education, Special Education Services; Phone: 801-538-7587 Website:

The Utah State Office of Education, Special Education Services provides leadership and support for educators, parents,and students with disabilities receiving special education and related services throughout Utah public schools and communities, in an effort to improve educational outcomes.

Vocational Rehabilitation; Phone: 866-454-8397  Website:

We support individuals with disabilities in obtaining competitive, integrated employment through professional vocational counseling and guidance, and through partnerships with employers, school districts, higher education and other agencies. We also serve Utah businesses by offering training on hiring individuals with disabilities and workplace accommodations.  




Weber County Public Library, Adult Literacy Tutoring; Contact: Lydia Hunter; Phone: 801-337-2646;

The Weber County Public Library matches English-speaking adults with a community volunteer for one-
on-one tutoring to improve reading and basic literacy skills.

Project Read; Website:

Do you need help with reading and writing? Basic math? Computer skills? Employment? Click below to find out more about how Project Read can help you. We offer literacy labs and one-on-one tutoring.

Rental Help in Utah

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; Website:

HUD helps apartment owners offer reduced rents to low-income tenants. To apply, contact or visit the management office of each apartment building that interests you.

HAUC; Website:

Section 8 Applicants. Congress established the Section 8 Rental Assistance Program in 1974. Although not an entitlement, the  Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program is the federal government’s principal housing assistance program.

Homeless Services Resource Directory; Website:

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