Salt Lake City

Housing Stability Division

801-535-7712 |

Resources for Rental Assistance and Eviction Prevention

Utah Rent Relief, which provided emergency rental assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic, closed to new applicants February 5, 2023. Salt Lake City has partnered with the community-based organizations on this page to assist eligible households facing housing instability or eviction. Additional resources may be available to qualified households by calling 211 or visiting Utah 211.

Landlord-Tenant Mediation

Legal Assistance and Representation

People’s Legal Aid • 855-752-8824

Utah Legal Services • 801-328-8891

Disability Law Center (for cases regarding fair housing or discrimination) 800-662-9080

Rental Assistance

NameContact InformationWebsitePopulations Served
Asian Association of Utah801-467-6060 aau@aau-slc.org, 2nd migrants, asylees, special immigrant visas, parolees, and victims of trafficking
First Step House801-359-8862 and low-income individuals, including Veterans, diagnosed with substance use disorders
South Valley Services801-255-1095 (24-hour hotline), men, and their children who have been impacted by domestic and sexual violence
The Road Home801-359-4142 and families experiencing homelessness
Utah Community Action801-359-2444 info@utahca.org individuals and families
Valley Behavioral Health801-263-7100 (call) 385-474-8887 (text) seeking mental health resources and treatment
Volunteers of America801-363-9414 experiencing homelessness
YWCA Utah801-537-8604 (general inquires) (general inquires) 801-537-8600 (24-hour crisis line) (crisis line) households

Renter Resource Fair

Salt Lake City hosts Renter Resource Fairs throughout the year, typically once each season. The fair is an opportunity for renters to learn about their rights, meet other Salt Lake City renters, and connect with service providers. Service providers table at the event to share resources or provide on site services. Services range from legal assistance for eviction prevention to tenant landlord mediation to resolve disputes. The fair will include a brief presentation on one or more topics related to renting or tenant rights. Check the table below for details regarding the upcoming Renter Resource Fair.

DateTimeLocationPresentation Topic
August 25:30 pm to 7:30 pmBlack Box Theater
Sorenson Unity Center
1383 S 900 W
Salt Lake City, UT 84104
Tips for Tenants Starting a New Lease
October 45:30 pm to 7:30 pmMarmalade Library
Multi-Purpose Room
280 W 500 N
Salt Lake City, UT 84013

Participating Organizations

If your organization is interested in tabling at a future Renter Resource Fair contact Erik Fronberg, Housing and Consumer Protection Analyst, at or 801-535-7291.