General Resources

  • Utah State Division of Aging and Adult Services – Area Agency on Aging (AAA) (877-424-4640 toll-free)
    • Aging Services contracts with 12 Area Agencies on Aging (AAA) in Utah to provide free services to residents 60 years and older. Services provided: congregate and home delivered meals, evidence-based health promotion, nutrition, education, in-home assistance, outreach, legal services, transportation, long-term care ombudsman, adult protective services.
  • ADA.GOV 
    • The ADA home page will have information regarding latest laws, disability news and regulations. They will also have resources for all things disabled.
  • Utah State Office of Rehabilitation
    •  Phone: (801) 535-3881
    •  Toll-Free: (866) 454-8397 
    • TTY: (801) 887-09500 
    • Website: jobs.utah.gov/usor 
    • Director: Sarah Brenna

Health Resources

  • RxConnect Utah (866-221-0265 toll-free)
    • This program, administered by the Utah Department of Health, helps low-income elders and disabled residents pay for their prescription medications. This may include help with paying drug plan premiums and/or other drug costs.
  • Medline Plus
    • MedlinePlus is an online health information resource for patients and their families and friends, in both English and Spanish. It is a service of the National Library of Medicine (NLM), the world’s largest medical library, which is part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)/Utah (801-323-9900 | 877-230-6264 toll-free)
    • NAMI Utah offers free support groups and education for those impacted by mental health conditions throughout Utah and their family members or loved ones. Its popular programs, in English and Spanish, educate and support participants, and offer hope and healing.

Home- and Community-Based Resources


Transportation Resources

Specific Audience Resources

  • Utah Alzheimer’s Association (801-265-1944 | 800-272-3900)
    • The Alzheimer’s Association provides resources and support to anyone affected by any form of dementia, including consultations, referrals, support groups, training and education. It also provides a 24/7 helpline, online resources and advocacy.
  • U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs – VA Caregiver Support (855-260-3274 toll-free)
    • The program provides supports and services for families caring for veterans. It also connects caregivers with local caregiver support programs for veterans.
  • SAGE Utah (801-539-8800)
    • SAGE Utah focuses on meeting the needs and improving the quality of life for LGBTQ adults as they age. This national organization embraces the LGBTQ community via outreach, support programs, activities, events, education and information sharing. SAGE Utah also offers activities and events and the chance to socialize with others.

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