THE ROAD HOME
You know what makes a Merry Christmas? Coming together as neighbors to take care of our neighbors in need of shelter, support, and a new beginning! Tune into FM100.3 Tuesday, December 21st, and feel the spirit of giving during our annual “Road Home Holiday Mediathon!” – (this year it will be virtual)! During the Mediathon, bring blankets, gloves, baby supplies, children’s clothes, and more to the Midvale center, give to theroadhome.org, and most importantly call and donate whatever you can and have your donation matched! Let’s make it a Merry Christmas for all- during the Road Home Holiday Mediathon, December 21st with FM100.3!
The Road Home provides emergency shelter and a variety of programs that help individuals and families step out of homelessness & back into our community. Join us on December 21st, 2021 for the annual Holiday Mediathon to help people overcome homelessness! Presented by Bonneville Media Salt Lake Broadcast Group.
The Road Home Holiday Mediathon location:
The Road Home-Midvale Center
529 West 7300 South (9th Avenue), Midvale, UtahOnline donation link to theroadhome.org
Urgent Donation Needs:
Help us provide for the basic needs of individuals and families staying at our shelter by donating bedding, clothing, and other needed items.
– Pillows (new)
– Coats & Jackets (all sizes)
– Jeans & Warm clothing (all sizes)
– Boots & Shoes (all sizes)
– Socks (all sizes)
– Underwear (new, all sizes)
– Blankets (twin, full, & queen)
– Diapers (sizes 5-6, and pull-ups)
– Baby Bottles & Formula
About the Road Home:
The mission of The Road Home is to help people step out of homelessness and back into our community.
Who We Are
The Road Home is a private non-profit social services agency that assists individuals and families experiencing homelessness in Salt Lake County and along the Wasatch Front. The Road Home provides multiple services to help people overcome homelessness.
– Emergency Shelter – The Road Home provides emergency shelter for single men, single women, and families experiencing homelessness. Currently, The Road Home runs the Salt Lake Community Shelter which serves all three populations, and the Midvale Center serving families.
– Emergency Services – Our Client Engagement Team offers assistance to low-income and homeless individuals on a walk-in basis with obtaining documents, training, and supplies needed to transition back into the workforce, remain employed, qualify for housing, and more.
– Case Management – The Road Home’s Case Management team works tirelessly to help each individual who turns to us for assistance in identifying and overcoming the barriers causing them to become homeless. Case managers are also vital in connecting clients to community resources that help the individual leave shelter and live successfully in our community.
– Housing – The Road Home believes that housing is the solution to ending homelessness. We provide an array of housing programs including Rapid Rehousing for families and veterans, and Permanent Supportive Housing. Each housing program is designed to help with the housing and case management support needed to successfully overcome homelessness.