Salt Lake City

Housing and Neighborhood Development

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Housing Resources

Affordable Housing Resources

The following low-income household services are available to those in the Salt Lake City area. Also included are some housing services provided by Salt Lake County.



Resources for Homeowners / Home Ownership

Services for Salt Lake City

Housing Development Corporation • 1099 South West Temple, SLC 84101

Undertakes affordable housing development and management for properties located in downtown Salt Lake City and surrounding areas.

NeighborWorks-Salt Lake + Murray • 801-539-1590 • 622 West 500 North, SLC 84116 

Homebuyer development through financial coaching, budgeting, and debt management. Loans available for home purchase and home repair.

Salt Lake City Housing and Neighborhood Development (HAND) • 801-535-7712 • 451 South State Street, Room 445, SLC 84111.

Housing programs for home repair and home buyers. Also, handyman services provided to seniors 62+ for small household repairs. 

Services for Greater Salt Lake & State

AAA Fair Credit Foundation • 801-351-4195 • 230 West 200 South, SLC 84101 

Provides various housing programs, including foreclosure prevention and homebuyer education courses.

Assist Inc. • 801-355-7085 • 218 East 500 South, SLC 84111 

Provides emergency home repairs and accessibility design assistance to low-income households or persons with disabilities.

Community Development Corporation of Utah • 801-994-7222 • 501 East 1700 South, SLC 84105 

Provides homeowner education, down payment assistance, real estate representation and financing.

Habitat for Humanity • 801-263-0136 • 1276 South 500 West, SLC 84101

Provides new home construction and critical home repairs.

Utah Community Action Weatherization • 801-214-3215 • 850 W 1700 S. Suite 1, SLC 84104 •

Helps low-income individuals and families reduce energy costs and increase comfort and safety in their homes.

Utah Housing Corporation  • 801-902-8200 • 2479 South Lake Park Boulevard, WVC 84120

Provides loan assistance and mortgage help to qualifying individuals and families.

Resources for Renters

Alliance House  801-486-5012 • 1724 South Main Street, SLC 84115.

Provides transitional housing opportunities for adults with severe mental illness. Residents are given the tools to build self-confidence and self-esteem, reintegrate into their community, and lead independent and productive lives. 

Artspace  801-364-1019• 230 South 500 West, Suite 235, SLC 84101.

Develops and manages affordable, mixed-use projects that act as a catalyst for revitalizing neighborhoods and spurring further positive development. 

Cowboy Partners  801-424-4400 • 6440 South Wasatch Blvd., Suite 100, SLC 84121.

Develops and manages affordable, mixed-income, and mixed-use projects to foster innovative, imaginative, and inviting residential communities and mixed-use neighborhoods.

Disability Law Center  801-363-1347 • 205 North 400 West, SLC 84103.

Services people from all protected classes (race, color, ethnicity, sex/gender, religion, disability and familial status) not just people with disabilities.

Catholic Community Services • 801-977-9119 • 754 East 300 South, SCL 84102

Rental assistance and referrals to low-income housing provided as available.

Family Support Center-Salt Lake County • 801-955-9110 • 1760 West 4805 South, SLC 84129

Crisis housing services available to single parents and their children. Housing, parent education, financial budgeting education and GED completion assistance offered.

Family Promise-SLC • 801-961-8622 

Help for homeless individuals to find temporary shelter with faith-based organizations.

First Step House  • 801-359-8862 • 411 North Grant Street, SCL 84116 

Residential, outpatient, aftercare, and housing programs for adult males diagnosed with a substance use disorder or dually diagnosed with substance use disorder and mental health disorder.

First Step House Veterans  • 801-359-8862 • 440 South 500 East, SCL 84102

Housing for veterans with a wide range of clinical care levels. Assistance with housing authority and senior housing paperwork, and enrollment navigation.

International Rescue Committee  801-328-1091 • 221 South 400 West, SLC 84110.

Provides help to people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their future.

HOMEINN  801-965-8628 • 428 West 300 South, SLC 84101.

Offers Furnished clean single occupancy rooms.

Housing Authority Salt Lake City • 801-487-2161 • 1776 S. West Temple

Housing Retention Program for Section 8 permanent housing recipients, rental assistance, and services to prevent eviction. 

Housing Authority Salt Lake County • 801-284-4410 • 3595 South Main Street, SLC 84115

Rental assistance, Section 8 housing vouchers, list of properties designated for low-income households.

Odyssey House of Utah • 801-322-3222 • 344 East 100 South, Suite 3o1, SLC 84111

Provides services for men and women ages 18 and up, with a moderate to severe drug or alcohol addiction problem, The Sober Living program consists of an apartment community of individuals and families recovering from addiction.

Palmer Court • 801-505-7777 • 999 South Main Street, SLC 84111

Palmer Court is The Road Home’s permanent supportive housing development for men, women, and families. Residents at Palmer Court work closely with a team of case managers and volunteers to fully transition back into housing and the community.

Safe Haven • 801-537-7537 • 550 West 700 South, SLC 84102

Provides transitional housing for homeless individuals with mental health issues. 

Salt Lake Community Action & Head Start • 801-359-2444 • 764 South 200 West, SLC 84101

Provides rental and deposit assistance as available. 

The Haven • 801-533-0070 • 974 E. South Temple, SLC 84102

Offers both residential treatment and sober living programs for men and women with addiction dependencies

Turn Community Services, INC. • 801-359-8876 • 423 West 800 South, Suite A200, SLC 84101

Provides quality services for people with disabilities. Services include supporting people in residential settings that are customized to provide the exact level of services that the individual needs or desires. 

Utah Affordable Housing Database 

This is a searchable database for finding available, affordable rental housing and apartments.

Utah Antidiscrimination & Labor Division  801-530-6800 • 160 East 300 South, 3rd Floor SLC 84114.

Administers and enforces the Utah Fair Housing Act, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, national origin, familial status, disability or source of income. 

Utah Non-Profit Housing Corporation  • 801-364-6117 • 237 West 700 South Suite

Provides safe and affordable housing for low-income individuals and families.

Volunteers of America • 801-363-9419 • 435 W.  Bearcat Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah 84115 

Provides supportive path from the street to self-sufficiency so young adults experiencing homelessness do not become homeless adults.

YWCA • 801-537-8604 • 322 East 300 South, SLC 84111 

Provides transitional housing programs for single women and women with dependent children in their care. Eligibility prioritizes women who have experienced intimate partner violence within the last year, and can income qualify

Young Men’s Transition Home  • 801-433-1713 •

Residential program for young men ages 12-24 struggling with homelessness

Young Women’s aTransition Home  • 801-359-5545 •

Residential program for young women ages 16-19 struggling with homelessness

Resources for Seniors

Neighbors Helping Neighbor

University of Utah’s College of Social Work program offers preventative, rehabilitative, and support services for older adults.

Sarah Daft Home  801-582-5104 • 737 South 1300 East, SLC 84102.

Provides subsidized assisted living for very low- to moderate income senior citizens of the greater Salt Lake Area. 

Salt Lake City Housing and Neighborhood Development (HAND)  801-535-7712 • 451 South State Street, Room 445, SLC 84111.

Housing programs for home repair and home buyers. Also, handyman services provided to seniors 62+ for small household repairs. 

Resources for Development

Enterprise Community Partners 

Provides an opportunity for low – and moderate income people through affordable housing in diverse, thriving communities., down payment assistance, real estate representation and financing.

GIV Development • 801-917-4484 • 2604 Jefferson Ave, Ogden 84401 

Creates mixed-used, catalytic developments in urban corridors.

Municipal Bond Consulting, Inc • 801-486-2005 •

Provides assistance to developers with bond financial for affordable housing projects.

National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials 

Ensures low- and moderate-income citizens can acquire affordable, decent, and safe housing in a viable community. 

National Development Council • 801-557-1337 

Provide Technical assistance to developers of affordable housing. 

Salt Lake City Housing & Neighborhood Development • 801-535-7115 • 451 South State St, Room 445, SLC 84111 

Provides financial assistance to support the development and preservation of affordable and special needs housing in Salt Lake City. Eligible activities include acquisition, new construction, and rehabilitation of both multifamily rental properties and single-family homeownership.

State of Utah • 801-468-0042 • 1385 South State Street, SLC 84115

Provides financial assistance for the acquisition, construction, or rehabilitation of affordable rental housing of five or more units.

Utah Center for Neighborhood Stabilization • 801-464-2292 • 2200 Highland Drive, SLC 84106 

Administers the TOD Loan Program to provide financing for projects near major bus routes, light rail stops, and TRAX stops for the mixed-use development of affordable workforce housing and commercial space.  

Utah Community Reinvestment Corporation • 801-366-0400 • 501 East 1700 South, SLC 84105 

Provides financial products for developers and service providers. 

Utah Housing Corporation • 801-902-8200 • 2479 South Lake Park Blvd, West Jordan 84120 

Committed to partnering with developers and investors to utilize State and Federal Tax Credits and bond Financing. These resources facilitate the development of new and rehabilitated apartments to provide housing for low-income families, senior citizens, and more.

Wasatch Advantage Group • 801-961-1000 • 299 South Main Street, Suite 2400, SLC 84111

Provides a pathway to immediately deploy capital into growing marketplaces, by repositioning existing communities through affordable rents and allowing investors to receive the benefits of Low-income Housing Tax Credits.

Other Resources

Disability Law Center

Private non-profit organization designated as the protection and advocacy agency for people with disabilities in Utah.

Financial Counseling</>

Private non-profit organization dedicated to helping families with long-term financial guidance. Homebuyer education and foreclosure prevention counseling available. 

Housing Education Coalition of Utah Resources Guide

HUD Homeowner Guide Book

Labor Commission & Antidiscrimination

United Way 211

Referral program that connects people to important health, human and community service programs.

Additional Homeless Services Resources

Subsidized Unit Availability

Finding an affordable place to live can be difficult and time-consuming. To assist residents in their search we have compiled a list of affordable housing units available in Salt Lake City.

Ideally, an affordable unit should cost no more than  30% of your monthly income. These developments have units set aside that are affordable to those with low to moderate income.

Subsidized Unit Availability List

Salt Lake City Neighborhood Map

Homes in the neighborhoods shown below are eligible for our assistance programs:

Salt Lake City Neighborhood Map