Help The Road Home provide lifesaving shelter and services with your donation.
Thank you for your support!
For security purposes, donations of $10 or less must be made by phone at 801-819-7294.
If you would like to make a donation via PayPal, please donate here.
Your donation will directly provide shelter, housing, and supportive services to the people we serve.
Please reach out to [email protected] with any additional questions.
Become a Housing Champion Today!
The Road Home is so much more than emergency shelter. We provide assistance and support from the moment an individual or family seeks shelter to the moment they find stability in a home of their own.
When you join our Housing Champions monthly giving program, you become part of a special group of donors. You provide critical funding that will help the most vulnerable among us find permanent and stable housing.
Please reach out to [email protected] with any additional questions
The mission of The Road Home is to help people step out of homelessness and back into our community.
The Road Home is a private nonprofit social services agency that assists individuals and families experiencing homelessness in Salt Lake County and along the Wasatch Front.
- Equal Treatment: We are committed to providing equal treatment to all who come to us in need.
- Compassion: We will nurture our love for humanity within each of our relationships and interactions.
- Respect: Respect will be the cornerstone of our conduct.
- Dignity: We value the innate human dignity of every person.
We envision people moving seamlessly from the cold streets into warm housing; from despair and alienation toward hope and inclusion. We envision a community that recognizes the inherent dignity of those who live in poverty and homelessness. The Road Home will work with all of our partners to realize this vision.
I work with chronically homeless individuals to find and maintain housing. I know that as part of The Road Home I am helping to make our community a better and more inclusive place for everyone.
My favorite part of my job is seeing the positive impact that volunteers and donors can have in our community. I love seeing the way that people light up when they receive something that they need or when they see that someone genuinely cares about them.
I assist our clients with whatever needs I can, including food boxes, transportation, assistance with paperwork and much more. I work at The Road Home to help make life easier on our society's most vulnerable population.
I work with families that have recently moved out of shelter and into housing. Supporting families in their journey of stabilization and success in housing is an experience I feel lucky and humbled to be a part of.
I hope I can help people see through the stereotypes of people experiencing homelessness and realize that the people we serve are just people who are in need of a little help.
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Road Home relies on a diverse staff to provide excellent care and service to the hundreds of people we help each day.
Employment opportunities with The Road Home vary based on availability and season. We are an equal opportunity employer with a diverse, multicultural staff. To apply for any of the positions below please email your resume or employment application to [email protected] and include the job title in the subject line.