Salt Lake City

Youth & Family Services


Free Community Programs

The Sorenson Community Campus staff and programming partners provide free, diverse programming in the Glendale neighborhood.

Current programs are listed below.

Computer Center

    Open Access Hours:
    Monday – Thursday: 9 am – 9 pm
    Friday: 9 am – 8 pm
    Saturday: 9 am – 5 pm

NAMI Utah – National Association of Mental Health

    Mondays 6:00 – 8:30 pm Next session starting summer 2023!
    For Adult Family Members of Loved Ones with a Mental Health Condition Family-to-Family is a free 8-week course for family members, friends and significant others of adults living with mental health conditions. This evidence-based course offers critical information and strategies for taking care of the person you love, but you’ll also discover that you’re not alone.

Mundi Project – Piano and voice music lessons

  • Mundi Project registration
      Saturdays 10:30, 11:30, 1:30, 2:20 (45 minutes classes)
      Mundi Project actively breaks down socioeconomic and generational barriers by providing quality music experiences for all!
      Harmony Hubs provides free music education to low-income populations in a safe environment where youth and families can explore music through a variety of expert-led piano and music education activities.
    • Current session: January – April 2023. Registration open now!
    • Youth (8-12) voice & piano combo class
    • Teens (13-17) voice & piano combo class
    • Adults (18+) voice & piano combo class

  • Grupo Folklorico Nonantzin

  • Grupo Folklorico Nonantzin Facebook
      Tuesdays 5:30 – 6:30 pm Ages 6-12 *Children must be accompanied by an adult*
      Tuesdays 6:30 – 7:30 pm Ages 13 and up
      GRUPO FOLKLORICO NONANTZIN cuenta con bellas coreografías de la región Norte de Mexico estos bailes son ejecutados con movimientos y zapateados fuertes y con varios giros. Cómo la polka, shotis y el calabaceado. Para interpretar los bailes, la mujer usa un tocado con trenza base y un moño. Luce una blusa de color liso adornada con pasa liston en el cuello, pechera, espalda y mangas. Viste falda larga con olan inferior, adornada con listón y pasalistón.

  • Prostate Cancer Support Group

      1st Wednesday of the month 6:30 – 8 pm
      Men helping men during the diagnosis & treatment of prostate cancer. Preventative recommendations, information regarding treatment options, side effects, and open time for frank discussions. Each meeting will have a presentation from a medical or mental health professional.
      For more information call David at 801-560-2542or or email

    University of Utah Center for Community Nutrition – Journey to Health

      Tuesdays 6 – 7 pm
      Next course begins February 21, 2023
      Join other community members to learn about eating healthy on a budget with this 6- month program. Participants will receive food; and food gift cards.
      Call or Text 385.226.5131 for more information

    UHEALTH – Wellness Bus

      Tuesdays 3-7 pm
      The Wellness Bus creates healthier communities by offering the following services to Utahns who don’t have access to quality health care:
      Chronic disease screening, nutrition education, health & wellness, counseling, and referrals to social services.
      The Wellness Bus aims to reduce the burden of diabetes and other chronic diseases in medically underserved areas by providing important preventive health services at no cost to patients.

    Volunteer Income Tax Assistance

      Volunteer Income Tax Assistance – through April 15, 2023
    • Mondays 1-4 pm
    • Tuesdays & Wednesdays 5:30 – 8 pm
    • Fridays & Saturdays 9 am – 12 pm
      Tax Help Utah provides free tax return preparation in Salt Lake County in partnership with the IRS. Services are free, secure, and prepared by IRS-certified volunteers

    Wasatch Community Gardens – Youth Garden Club

      Youth Ages 4-12
      Youth Garden Club is an enrichment program available to qualifying partnering social service agencies that work with youth. Classes aim to empower youth to make healthy choices for themselves, their communities, and the environment through hands-on experience in growing and preparing healthy, local, organic food, youth experience the connection between the environment, food systems, and their own health. Participating youth are often able to take garden produce home to share with their families.