Salt Lake City

Housing Stability Division

801-535-7228 |

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

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