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Help The Road Home provide life-saving 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.

Monthly Giving

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

COVID-19 updates and resources

Below you will find our most recent statement about COVID-19 and how we are helping the people we serve. If you or someone you know is struggling to stay housed, please click here.
We have also included below the Salt Lake County and Salt Lake County Health Department press releases and press conference links, news articles, and a tool kit of information from the CDC and SAMHSA for people experiencing homelessness. Please check back frequently for updated information.

The Road Home and the individuals and families we serve need you now more than ever. Please consider making a gift by clicking here. We are also in need of in-kind donations, please see our Amazon Wishlist and our COVID-19 Needs list.

Statements from TRH

Press Releases and Updates from Salt Lake County and Salt Lake County Health Department

COVID-19 Men’s Resource Center – April 17, 2020

Major Testing on April 14, 2020

Hotel for Vulnerable Populations

Outreach Team

May 11, 2020 Statement

In the News

Deseret News – 4 coronavirus cases confirmed among Utah’s homeless

Salt Lake Tribune - Salt Lake County sees its first coronavirus case in a homeless resource center

KSL - 2 Salt Lake County homeless resource centers to test, screen people daily for COVID-19

CDC Tool Kit for People Experiencing Homelessness


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