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August, 2019

Knows It's Fun to do Good!

It's Fun To Do Good and The 4th Street Clinic knows it!

The 4th Street clinic helps homeless Utahans by providing health care, dental care and offering support services. It started up as Wasatch Homeless Health care in 1980 and changed its name later in the ’90s. For over 30 years now the 4th street clinic operates with a staff of 60 and over 150 volunteers to offer medical health, dental health, and mental health services to the homeless and low income in Salt Lake. They also offer caseworkers and substance abuse programs for those who need are ready.

Give a shout out to The 4th Street Clinic or learn more about their cause HERE.




It's Fun To Do Good and The Road Home in Midvale knows it!

The Road Home operates as a low barrier shelter with housing focused services for men, women, and families. It started downtown and now has branched off and has multiple facilities specialized and separated by needs. They have emergency shelters open always to help the needs of men, women, and families in the community. They offer caseworkers that help locate low-income housing, recovery services, and jobs (if needed). Counseling is offered for those who are homeless. They work with the 4th street clinic to offer medical services. They also offer a variety of programs that are there to help families and individuals step out of homelessness and back into the community.

Give a shout out to The Road Home or learn more about their cause HERE.