Community and Students
Who Can Participate in Adult Education Programs?
Residents of the state of Utah (individuals 18 or older and out-of-school youth ages 16 or older) who are legal residents of the United States, making Utah their permanent home.
Non-residents (individuals 18 or older and out-of-school youth ages 16 or older) may participate in adult education programs but must pay full fees and tuition to participate equal to the nearest college or university.
Refugee Education Services
State of Utah Refugee Office
This website provides useful information for refugees, service providers, public and private partners, and the community at large. It provides information to different organizations that are set up to help refugees. There is also information on where and how to access such necessities as housing, employment, financial assistance, school and English education, as well as a host of other areas.
Family Facilitators and Other Mental Health Services
Family Facilitators and Mental Health Brochure
Family Resource Facilitators Map
Eligibility Quick Reference Sheet
Financial Assistance, Food Stamps, Child Care and Medical Assistance
Youth Suicide Prevention
Resources to assist programs, students, and community in addressing issues surrounding suicide.