Homelessness in Utah is a complex, challenging societal issue – one that requires a long-term holistic approach and a statewide commitment to address. Read Gail Miller’s editorial on the Salt Lake Tribune here.
At least 20 percent of Utah’s homeless are women and children who are victims of domestic violence, Christopher Smart of the Salt Lake Tribune reports. Read the article here.
In an article written in the Salt Lake Tribune on January 19, 2016, a recent poll found that "most Utahns favor spending $25 million to expand housing and services for the homeless." Conversations and brainstorming sessions are a top priority in understanding how to better meet the needs of our homeless. To read the full article, [...]
The start of the New Year marks a time when people feel uplifted and excited about "starting again." At Fourth Street Clinic, we embrace positive change and starting anew. Every day for the month of January, we shared one of our favorite "resolutions" or ideas for positive change. DAY #31: YOU BE YOU! ♥ Embrace, accept, [...]