1. Information & Assistance - Questions are answered regarding the programs and services available in the Weber and Morgan County area.
2. Outreach, Advocacy & HIIP - Screening, eligibility review, advocacy and supported access to community programs. Counseling regarding the most recent health insurance information.
3. Ombudsman - Investigation by a certified ombudsman on complaints about long term care facilities.
4. Health Promotion - Wellness oriented prevention, education, screening and wellness activities.
5. Legal Services - Consultation on legal concerns such as guardianship, health care & housing.
6. Transportation - The Ride for seniors who have no other means of transportation to access appointments, senior centers or other community interests. Call 801-625-3776 to schedule.
7. Senior Centers - Community based centers where seniors can socialize and access other service programs such as congregate meals, nutrition/health screening and promotion, recreation and education.
* Golden Hours 399-5230
* Happy Hours 629-8346
* Harrisville 782-2407
* Hillside (Roy) 773-0860
* Lakeview 399-8392
* Morgan 845-4040
* Northview 782-6211
* Ogden Valley 399-8392
* Plain City 399-8392
* South Ogden 393-9539
* Union Gardens 392-7230
* Wash. Terrace 621-0161
8. Home Delivered Meals - Hot nutritious meals are delivered daily to homebound seniors, except weekends and holidays, when frozen meals are available, in advance, if needed.
9. Volunteer Services - The Volunteer Center recruits seniors and coordinates their service and support to the community through one of dozens of project sites at local organizations throughout Weber and Morgan Counties. The Senior Companion Program (SCP) helps seniors through assisted transportation, companionship & respite for caregivers. Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) recruits seniors and coordinates their services and support to the community. The Foster Grandparent Program (FGP) provides mentorship and support literacy for students kindergarten through sixth grade.
10. Telephone Reassurance & Friendly Visitor - Isolated and homebound frail elderly are contacted by personal visit or telephone call for the benefit of companionship and support.
11. Senior Employment Program - Supervised job placement, training and experience are provided, at community service oriented work sites, for low-income seniors trying to re-enter the work force.
12. Medicaid Waiver - Services covered by Medicaid but not available through other means can be provided through the Home & Community Based Services Waiver. Services include Case Management, Adult Day Care, Personal Care Aide, Homemaker Aide, Respite Care, Transportation, Personal Emergency Response Systems, Supplemental Meals. Eligible seniors are 65+ and meet the basic Nursing Facility Level of Care and special Medicaid Financial Eligibility criteria.
13. The Alternatives Program - A variety of home and community based services are available to keep functionally impaired adults from premature institutionalization. These services include Case Management, Homemaker Aide, Personal Care Aide, Chore Services, Personal Emergency Response Systems, Equipment Loan and/or Purchase, Home Delivered Meals, Liquid Supplemental Meal, Modifications to Home, Adult Day Care and Residential Living. Eligibility is based on income and assets along with the present and eminent risk of nursing home placement. (Please note that this service requires a small fee based on income/assets.)
14. Caregiver Support - The purpose of the Utah Caregiver Support Program is to provide information, assistance, support, caregiver training, respite, and counseling to caregivers of adults 60 years or older. Services include Adult Day Care, Personal Care Aide, Homemaker Aide, Companionship Service, Equipment & Assistive Devices, Education, Training, & Support Groups, Caregiver Counseling. Services are intermittent and short-term.
1. Breakfast and dinner served everyday including an additional meal offered to those who stayed the night before.
2. Men's, women's, and children's clothing.
3. Beds for men, beds for women and children.
4. Showers for men and women, shaving facilities for men.
5. Day Room, open seven days a week from 8:00am
1. Involvement in community projects that vary according to current needs. Current projects are-
a. Children's Health Connection - providing physicals, dental exams, hearing, vision and developmental screenings, and immunizations to at-risk children, including follow-up and referrals to physicians, dentists, and social workers for high priority cases
b Women's Health Connection - providing physical and dental exams for at-risk women
c The Oasis Project - Outdoor space in central Ogden that promotes citizen interaction through garden plots, teaching gardens, and gathering space.
2. Quick Response Committee - responds to immediate needs for volunteer help throughout the community.
3. Sponsors fundraisers to support League's programs including Casino Night, Holiday Shopping Event, and Cookbooks.
1 Emergency food pantry that provides food in emergency situations up to 4 times annually Food is delivered to client's home.
2 Arrangements made for delivery by phone calls.
3 No requirements, religious or otherwise even though the group is organized and run by local churches Arrangements for a food delivery can be made by calling:
Layton Hills Baptist Church.......801-544-2426
St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church.....801-544-4269
St. Peters Episcopal Church......801-825-0177
Clearfield Community Church...801-825-1115
M â F 9:30 am â 3:30 pm (Layton Hills Baptist Church)
1. Emergency food pantry.
2. Holiday food boxes.
3. Mobile Food Program - food boxes delivered once a month by volunteers to home bound elderly and disabled people.
4. Volunteer Center - maintains information on volunteer opportunities in the Davis County area Links people who want to help to agencies and programs in need of volunteer help.
5. Emergency Financial Assistance - provides once every three year financial assistance for emergencies such as eviction/foreclosures, utility shutoffs, and essential prescriptions.
6. Sub-for-Santa - Provide Christmas assistance for low-income families in Davis County. The children that are served are between the age of 0-17. The children are provided with two gifts and stocking stuffers chosen by their parents in the |Christmas Store|. In order for families to participate they must fill out an application and their gross household income must meet Federal Poverty Income Guidelines.
Food pantry: M & Th 1 - 5 p.m.; Tu & W 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.; Fri 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.; Office: M - F 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.