Iron County Care and Share is a local, private non-profit dedicated to providing compassionate assistance and resources to individuals and families in need, offering them opportunities to increase their stability and self-sufficiency.
Our target populations are homeless men, women and children; residents of Iron county; and the chronically homeless in Beaver, Garfield, and Kane counties. This population includes the elderly, minorities, the disabled, veterans, developmentally disabled, physically and mentally ill, those with dual diagnoses, and homeless people living in places unfit for human habitation. Iron County Care and Share provides a pathway to stability for individuals in crisis who have few affordable and supportive options available.
We serve Beaver, Garfield, Iron and Kane Counties, a total of 18, 226 square miles in rural southwest Utah.
- Iron County = 3,301 square miles
- Garfield County = 5,208 square miles
- Beaver County = 2,592 square miles
- Kane County = 7, 125 square miles
The mission of Iron County Care and Share is to provide compassionate assistance and resources to individuals and families in need, creating opportunities for increased stability and self-sufficiency.
Iron County Care and Share respects individuals’ values and dignity through a unified organization that accepts diversity and encourages a community of trust.
In so doing, ICCS:
- Nurtures creativity and communication among clients, staff, Board and community members, to
- Evaluate, adjust and adapt services and programs to effectively and efficiently meet goals and objectives.