THE FACE OF HOMELESSNESS IN UTAH

Why Homelessness Matters

Homelessness exposes individuals and families to traumatic events which often aggravates their current circumstances. Homelessness challenges the ability to access needed resources and regain self-sufficiency. Children are particularly vulnerable to the adverse effects of homelessness. Homelessness often interrupts schooling and the development of positive peer and mentoring relationships. Homeless children frequently experience dangerous or unhealthy environments and may be more likely to experience homelessness as an adult. Communities also feel the impact of homelessness.

About Switchpoint

Beyond food and shelter: Switchpoint Community Resource Center is a stepping stone to independence for homeless individuals.

A train naturally follows the path of a railroad track, but one simple device is used to redirect them when needed. This mechanism is crucial for efficiently getting trains to their intended destinations, a feat nearly impossible otherwise. The name of this device is a switch point.

Take a Tour of Switchpoint

Come and learn more about our services and facility by taking a 45 minute tour!  Free and open to the public every 2nd and 4th Friday at Noon.  Or call or email Sonjia at 435-628-9310 ext. 201 or  sonjia.naron@switchpointcrc.org to schedule a day and time convenient for you and/or your group.