Other Resources

Safe Food Donation and General Consumption Guidelines (Utah Food Bank)

Department of Work Force Services

DWS provides accessible employment related and support services responsive to the needs of employers, job seekers, and the community.
176 E. 200 N.
Cedar City, UT 84720
Phone: 435-865-6530

Canyon Creek Services

The organization provides shelter for battered and homeless women and children. This is an undisclosed location in Cedar City due to the safety concerns for the women and children.
P.O. Box 2081
Cedar City, UT 84720
Phone: 435-867-9411
Fax: 435-867-9412
Crisis hotline: 435-865-7443

Cedar City Housing Authority

Cedar City Housing Authority provides housing assistance to low income residents through the management of the areas Housing Choice Voucher Program – Section 8. This program is income based and the eligibility guidelines are set by HUD. There may be waiting lists for these vouchers.
364 South 100 East
Cedar City, UT 84720

Tuck Sleep Foundation is a non-profit community devoted to improving sleep hygiene, health and wellness through the creation and dissemination of comprehensive, unbiased, free web-based resources. Tuck has been featured on NPR, Lifehacker, Radiolab and is referenced by many colleges/universities and sleep organizations across the web.


SafeHome.orgTeaching safety at home or outdoors, is an important part of educating our children. This piece is developed to provide parents with starter ideas to teach young kids essential safety rules to help them protect themselves in different situations growing up.

Mattress Adviser: Child Bed Poverty Affects Thousands in the US – Every night thousands of children lie their heads on the floor to sleep because they don’t have a bed. Did you know that 1 in 5 children live in poverty in the US, and many of these families cannot afford beds? Children often have to share a small bed with their parents or siblings, sleep in a sleeping bag, or simply sleep on the floor.


In 2015, 1 in 15 veterans had a substance use disorder, and they are more likely than civilians to have substance abuse problems with alcohol, tobacco, and prescription drugs. According to a study by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), around 3.7% of service members before the Vietnam war reported substance abuse, but recently, 12.7% of members who have served since 2001 reported drug abuse, more than tripling the pre-Vietnam rate.