Resources

Table of Contents

  1. Inclusive Community Programs
  2. Refugee and Immigration Resources
  3. Civil Rights Organizations
  4. Ethnic Groups & Organizations
  5. Religious Services & Organizations
  6. Legal Services
  7. Brigham Young University Student Clubs & Organizations
  8. University of Utah Student Clubs & Organizations
  9. Utah State University Student Clubs & Organizations
  10. Weber State University Student Clubs & Organizations
  11. International Markets
  12. Restaurants
  13. LGBTQIA+ Resources

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1. Inclusive Community Programs

Inclusion Center for Community and Justice

As a human relations organization dedicated to overcoming hatred, bias and exclusionary practices, we build inclusive communities through experiential learning, intentional dialogue, fostering relationships, and the cultivation of tomorrow's leaders.  We strive to support our community through engagement, respect, concern, empathy and understanding.

Services & Programs:

  • Retreats and workshops for both adults and youth
  • Community and interfaith gatherings

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2. Refugee and Immigration Resources

Refugee and Immigration Center: Asian Association of Utah

The mission of the Refugee & Immigration center is to improve the quality of life for refugees and immigrants in Utah

  • Main Phone: (801) 467-6060
  • Email: aau@aau-slc.org
  • Address: 155 South 300 West, Suite 101, Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
  • Business Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30a.m.–5:30p.m.
  • Website Address: http://aau-slc.org/

Services & Programs:

  • Community Wellness

The Community Wellness program offers outpatient mental health, substance use, and domestic violence services such as

  • qualified clinical support using evidence-based methods,
  • language interpreting services,
  • individual and group psychotherapy,
  • individualized case management, and
  • medication management.
  • ESL & Life Skills

The ESL & Life Skills classes are of free or low cost, consist of small class sizes, and offer open enrollment. Three levels of courses are offered, ranging from preliterate to high intermediate, and other life-skills instruction, such as civics and financial literacy, are integrated into class material.

  • Interpreting and Translation
    • Interpreting & Translation Program Coordinator: Tung Tran
    • Phone: (801) 990-9498
    • Email: tung.tran@aau-slc.org

The Interpreting and Translation services consist of

  • in-person or over the phone service and
  • interpreting available in Spanish, Arabic, Somali, Swahili, Nepali, and dozens of other languages.
  • Social Services
    • Director of Youth and Family Services: Peter Frost
    • Phone (801) 412-0578
    • Email: peterf@aau-slc.org

Social Services consist of 

  • Case Management
    • Eight case managers who speak fourteen languages/dialects and have refugee backgrounds.
    • Linguistically and culturally appropriate services.
    • Empowering and teaching clients to access resources and navigate systems by themselves.
  • Community Collaboration
    • Connect clients with RIC-AAU services.
    • Connect clients to community resources.
    • Build cross-collaborative partnerships with other refugee service agencies.
  • Walk-In Services
    • Provide crisis and immediate case-management and assistance.
    • Provide one-time in-kind donation support.
  • Housing
    • Rapid re-housing rental assistance.
    • Home assessment and training program.
    • Refugee supportive housing liason.
  • Health
    • On-site Affordable Care Act navigator
    • BYU and Westminster Nursing internship program
    • Refugee health needs coordinator

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3. Civil Rights Organizations

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP): Salt Lake City Branch

The branch is busy throughout the years with legislative issues, scholarships, veterans, discrimination, housing, employment, youth and college issues.

Utah Black Roundtable

The Utah Black Roundtable is the result of this effort, and perfectly encapsulates the theme of the 2018 Juneteenth celebrations: reclaim, restore, rebuild.

Black Lives Matter Utah
Radically Just Utah

To positively and proactively ensure racial equity in Utah through policy, accountability, and education.

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4. Ethnic Groups & Organizations

Salt Lake County Mayor’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion

The Mayor's Office of Diversity & Inclusions offers various group resources and items like safety tips in multiple languages, such as Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Tagalog, Vietnamese, Burmese, Hmong, Khmer, and Lao.

Website: https://slco.org/diversity/

Groups:

  • Somali Community Services of Utah
  • Southern Sudanese Community in Utah
  • The Ethiopian Community Association of Utah
    • Contact Person: Michael Mamo
    • Phone: (801) 313-0095
    • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ethiocommunityutah/
    • Developing programs for youth and adults
    • Facilitate access to services
    • Advocacy, education, mentoring, and preserving of cultural heritage
  • Chinese Society of Utah
  • India Cultural Center of Utah
    • Address: 1142 West, South Jordan Parkway, South Jordan
    • Contact Person: Indra Neelameggham
    • Phone: (801) 254-9177
    • Email: info@iccofutah.org
    • Cultural organization promoting cultural events of India heritage
    • Website: https://www.iccofutah.org/
  • Islamic Society of Greater Salt Lake
  • Karen Community of Utah
  • Salt Lake American Muslim
    • Contact Person: Ghulam H. Hasnain
    • Phone: (801) 671-6709
    • Nonprofit cultural, social services, and interfaith outreach organization
  • SLCC Japanese Club
    • Contact Person: Chris Wilcox
    • Phone: (801) 792-2392
    • Website: https://slccjpc.wordpress.com/
    • Student-run organization committed to promoting the education of the Japanese culture and language
  • Taiwanese Association of the Greater Salt Lake
    • Contact Person: Jack Chen
    • Phone: (801) 867-2168
    • To preserve Taiwanese American heritage
    • Website: http://www.tagsl.org/
  • Utah Japanese American Citizens League
    • Secure and maintain the civil rights of Japanese Americans and all others who are victimized by injustice and prejudice
    • Website: http://jacl-utah.org/
  • Vietnamese Community of Utah
    • Contact Person: Susie Ahrens
    • Phone: (801) 598-7178
  • Vietnamese Volunteer Youth
    • Contact Person: Cuong Nguyen
    • Phone: (801) 792-2008
    • Cultural educational programing
  • Young Asian American Professionals (YAAP)
    • For college students and recent graduates
    • Promotes networking and professional development
    • Organizes activities and service in the community
    • Website: www.ocautah.org
  • Catholic Community Services
    • Contact Person: Kathryn Brussard
    • Phone: (801) 428-1230
    • Website: www.ccsutah.org/
    • Serves all in need, regardless of faith, race, disability, or any other factor
  • MOSAIC Inter-Faith Ministries of Utah
    • Contact Person: Dr. Leslie Whited
    • Phone: (801) 588-0139
    • Refugee, first generation, economic immigrant
    • Website: www.LSSU.org
  • Pacific Island Knowledge 2 Action Resources
    • Contact Person: Susi Fletch-Malohifo’ou
    • Phone: (801) 793-4639
    • Website: www.pik2ar.org
    • Preserve Pacific Island Cultures, Empowerment Living Services, and domestic violence advocates.
  • Salt Lake Interfaith Roundtable
  • English Skills Learning Center
    • Contact Person: Jessica Hercules
      • Phone: (801) 328-5608
    • Offers free English and citizenship test preparation classes
    • Website: www.eslcenter.org/
  • Utah Romanian Association
    • Contact Person: Fulvia Anca Constantin
      • Phone: (801) 860-7194
    • Nonprofit organization whose mission is to preserve the Romanian culture
  • Agrupacion Cultural Vientos del Sur
    • Contact person: Irma Ramos
      • Phone: (801) 824-1281
    • Promote, teach, and strengthen the art, music, dances, and culture of South America
  • American Venezuelan Association of Utah
    • Contact Person: Carlos Moreno
      • Phone: (801) 548-6073
    • Nonprofit organization providing charitable services and resources that support the Venezuelan community
  • Centro Civico Mexicano
    • Contact Person: Lucy Valerio
      • Phone: (801) 392-2037
    • Nonprofit organization that supports diversity, education, and progress in the workplace
  • Comunidades Unidas
    • Contact Person: Luiz Garza
      • Phone: (801) 487-4143
    • Nonprofit organization that serves Utah immigrant and refugee communities
    • Website: www.cuutah.rog/
  • Entre Latinos
    • Contact Person: Rogelio Franco
      • Phone: (801) 604-2321
    • Integrating the Latino Community with the main culture of Utah through education, medical services, technology, immigration & legal, business, finances, and events.
    • Website: www.entrelatinos.com
  • Fiesta De Pueblo Hispanic Festival, Inc.
    • Contact Person: Santos Arroyo
      • Phone: (801) 564-5936
    • Nonprofit that provides cross-cultural family event
  • Hispanic Community Connection
    • Contact Person: Pablo A. Quintana
      • Phone: (801) 364-3070
    • Education programs for the community
  • La Casa del Pueblo
    • Contact Person: Gabriela Cetrola, LCSW
      • Phone: (801) 573-5006
    • Nonprofit for Latinos and by Latinos
    • Provides parenting groups, advocacy, crime prevention, and other social services
    • Mental health therapy in Spanish and English
  • Una Mano Amiga
  • Immigrant Legal Services
    • Contact Person: Kate Barber
      • Phone: (801) 888-9186
    • Immigrant legal services with low bono and pro bono legal services to immigrants throughout Utah’s communities
    • Website: www.immigrantlegalservices.rog/
  • Utah Minority Bar Association
    • Contact Person: J. Simon Cantarero
      • Phone: (801) 799-5800
    • Promote diversity and inclusiveness in the legal community
  • Cheer Salt Lake
    • Contact Person: Valina Eckley
    • Adult, all-volunteer Pride Cheerleading team
    • Raises money for local non-profits through cheerleading
    • Website: cheersaltlake.org
  • Indian Training Education Center
    • Contact Person: MarJean Elder
      • Phone: (801) 973-6484
    • Program providing financial assistance to Native American/Alaska Native/Hawaiian Natives living in Utah attending school
    • Website: indiantrainingcenter.com/
  • Indian Walk-In Center
    • Contact Person: Ella Dayzie
      • Phone: (801) 486-4877
    • Provide wellness and social life-way services
    • American Indians and Alaska Natives
  • Rising American Indian Nations (RAIN)
    • Contact Person: Shauna Engen
      • Phone: (801) 651-0539
    • Empowering American Indians to become leader and contribute to humanity
    • Website: rainutah.org/
  • Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake
    • Contact Person: Shawn Jimerson
      • Phone: (801) 486-4877
    • Medical, mental, spiritual and cultural home for American Indians and Alaska Natives
    • Website: uicsl.org/
  • Kīpuka Hawaiian Cultural Center
    • Contact Person: Kathleen Madsen
      • Phone: (801) 562-5642
    • Resource center for Hawaiian cultural arts, crafts, music and dance
  • Hui Hawaii O Utah Hawaiian Civic Club
    • Contact Person: Tina Cabiles-Carden
      • Phone: (801) 913-8980
    • Dedicated to the empowerment of Native Hawaiians
  • National Tongan American Society
    • Contact Person: Fahina Tavake-Pasi
      • Phone: (801) 467-8712
    • Advocate & Empower all Tongan Americans and other Pacific Islanders through programs and referrals that promote health, youth development, education, and cultural preservation
    • Website: ntasutah.org/
  • Samoan Cultural Celebration of Utah
    • Contact Person: Tapusoa Dorothy Fiso-Faasou
      • Phone: (801) 949-0760
    • Various Samoan Community based organizations to address the education, economical, and social needs on every level of state/federal entities
  • International Rescue Committee in Salt Lake City
  • Liberian United in Utah
    • Contact Person: Johnny Wulah
      • Phone: (801) 637-0743
    • Working with the refugee communities
  • Somali Bantu Community and Interpretation Services of Utah
    • Contact Person: Ali Mohamed
      • Phone: (801) 688-6207
    • Dedicated to helping Somali Bantus and providing services that help the less fortunate Somali Bantu Community
  • Somali Bantu Community of Utah
    • Contact Person: Omar Abdi
      • Phone: (801) 466-1376
    • Website: sbau.rog/
  • United Congolese Community in Utah
    • Contact Person: Jupuy Kukembila
      • Phone: (801) 970-0869
    • Provides orientation to the Congolese community every two months
  • Armenian Hyrenik Youth Organization
    • Contact Person: Zaven Sargsian
      • Phone: (801) 755-9043
    • Promote awareness and appreciation for the Republic of Armenia and Armenian cultural, historical, and contemporary issues

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5. Religious Services/Organizations

Anglican

  • John’s Anglican Church
    • Address: 140 S 300 W, Salt Lake City
  • Currently worshipping at the Hyatt House

Assemblies of God

  • Mountain View Christian Assembly
  • Freedom Worship Center
    • Address: 3620 S 2400 W., West Valley City
      • Currently worshiping at the Megaplex Theater (theatre 15)
    • Phone: (801) 683-7311
    • Service Times: Sundays, 10:30am
    • Website: https://www.fwcslc.org/

Baptist

Catholic

Christian Reformed

  • First Christian Reformed Church
    • Address: 805 E. 900 South, Salt Lake City

Christian Science

Congregational

Episcopal

Evangelical Free Church of America

Greek Orthodox

Jewish

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Lutheran

Methodist

Nondenominational

Presbyterian

Unitarian Universalist

  • First Unitarian Church of Salt Lake City
  • South Valley Unitarian Universalist Society

United Church of Christ

Muslim

Hindu

Buddhism

Sikhism

  • Sikh Temple of Utah
    • Address: 4897 S. Redwood Road, Taylorsville
    • Phone: (385) 236-4524
    • Hours: Daily 8a.m.–8p.m. (services on Sunday’s only)
    • Email: sikhtempleutah@gmail.com

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6. Legal Services

  •   BYU Community Legal Clinic
    • The Community Legal Clinic provides free legal services to those in need. Second and third year law students under the direction of Professor Carl Hernandez represent clients in matters including immigration, contracts, housing, and other matters. Citizenship and other community classes are also taught at the clinic. 
      • Phone: (801) 297-7049
      • Email: communitylegalclinic@law.byu.edu
      • Address: Desert Industries, 2nd Floor, 1415 N. State St., Provo, UT 84604
      • Hours of Operation: Thursdays from 5p.m.–7p.m. (closed holidays)
  •   Timpanogos Legal Center
    • Free legal center
    • On the first Tuesday of each month
    • Email: timplegal@gmail.com
    • Website: www.timplegal.com
    • Hours of Operation: Tuesdays from 5p.m.–8p.m.
    • Address: Health & Justice Building, 1st Floor, 151 S. University Ave., Provo, UT 84601

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7. Brigham Young University Student Clubs/Organizations

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8. University of Utah Student Clubs & Organizations

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9. Utah State University Student Clubs & Organizations (https://weber.edu/co/lists-of-clubs.html)

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10. Weber State University Student Clubs/Organization

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11. International Markets

  •   El Mate
    • Address: 1095 N Main St #2, Layton
    • Phone: (801) 444-3316
    • Hours: Monday–Saturday, 9a.m.–7p.m.
  •   La Pequenita International Market
  •   La Pequenita International Market
    • Address: 2740 State St, Salt Lake City
    • Phone: (801) 484-2980
    • Hours: Monday–Saturday, 9a.m.–8:30p.m., Sunday 9a.m.–3p.m.
  •   Georges International Grocery
    • Address: S 2715 State St, South Salt Lake
    • Phone: (801) 486-8706
    • Hours: Monday–Saturday 10a.m.–7p.m., Sunday 10a.m.–3p.m.
  •   Global Supermarket
    • Address: 1160 S Main St, Salt Lake City
    • Phone: (801) 359-0990
    • Hours: Monday–Saturday 11a.m.–7p.m.
  •   Lily International Market
    • Address: 648 E State St Suite C, American Fork
    • Phone: (801) 642-2108
    • Hours: Monday–Saturday, 9a.m.–7p.m.
  •   Black Cherry Mediterranean Market
  •   Chinatown Supermarket
  •   Asian Market Orem
  •   Specialty Market (Middle Eastern Groceries)
  •   Vinh Long Oriental Food Market
  •   El Potrero Market
  •   Southeast Market
    • Address: 422 E 900 S., Salt Lake City
    • Phone: (801) 363-5474
    • Hours: Monday–Saturday, 10a.m.–7p.m., Sunday 12p.m.–6p.m.
    • Email: sales@southeastmarket.com
    • Website: https://www.southeastmarket.com/
  •   Monie African/ Caribbean Food Market
    • Address: 269 E. 3300 S., Salt Lake City
    • Phone: (801) 467-8154
    • Hours: Monday–Saturday, 9a.m.–9p.m., Sunday 12p.m.–6p.m.
  •   African Discount Market
  •   Pacific Food
    • Address: 3550 S. 4800 W., West Valley City
    • Phone: (801) 987-8523
    • Hours: Monday–Saturday, 10a.m.–8p.m.
  •   Bengal Food Market
    • Address: 2615 Bengal Blvd., Salt Lake City
    • Phone: (801) 942-1215
    • Hours: Daily, 6a.m.–11p.m.
  •   Seoul Market
    • Address: 153 E. 4370th S Ste 10, Salt Lake City
    • Hours: Monday–Saturday, 9a.m.–7p.m.
  •   Halal Meat Market
  •   The Hawaiian Hut
  •   Arbat (Store/Market)
    • Address: 3232 S 400 E Ste 200, Salt Lake City
    • Phone: (801) 467-5511
    • Hours: Monday–Saturday, 10a.m.–8p.m., Sunday 11:30a.m.–6p.m.
    • Website: https://www.arbatllc.com/
  •   Little Polynesia Market and Food
  •   Kim Heang Market
  •   Shaku Maku Market
  •   Japan Sage Market
  •   Rancho Markets
    • Address: 140 900 W., Salt Lake City
      • Phone: (801) 355-2100
      • Hours: Daily, 7a.m.–9p.m.
    • Address: 2470 S. Redwood Rd., West Valley City
      • Phone: (801) 972-8800
      • Hours: Daily, 7a.m.–9p.m.
    • Address: 898 E 3300 S., Salt Lake City
      • Phone: (801) 990-8400
      • Hours: Daily, 7a.m.–9p.m.
  •   Tay-Do Supermarket
    • Address: 3825 S. Redwood Rd., West Valley City
    • Phone: (801) 972-4700
    • Hours: 9a.m.–7p.m.
  •   Luybochka (Russian Store)

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12. Restaurants

  • Qaderi Sweetz N Spicez (Indian Restaurant)
  • Bawarchi- Salt Lake City (Indian Restaurant)
  • Beirut Café (Lebanese Restaurant)
    • Address: 1326 E. 5600th S., Salt Lake City
    • Phone: (801) 679-1688
    • Hours: Monday–Saturday, 10:30a.m.–8:30p.m., Sunday noon–8p.m.
    • Website: https://www.beirutcafe.com/
  • Pacific Seas Restaurant (Polynesian Restaurant)
    • Address: 1151 S. Redwood Rd., Salt Lake City
    • Phone: (801) 975-6565
    • Hours: Monday–Saturday, 11:30a.m.–7p.m.
  • Shahrazad Market and Restaurant (Middle Eastern Restaurant)
  • Indian Sweet and Spices
  • Zeitoon Middle East Market & Cafe
  • Yun’s Korean Market & Eatery
    • Address: 1868 N Hillfield Rd Ste 103, Layton
    • Phone: (801) 776-3506
    • Hours: Monday–Saturday, 10a.m.–8p.m.
  • La Tenoch Mexican Food
  • Indochine Vietnamese Bistro
  • Dim Sum House
    • Address: 1158 S State St, Salt Lake City
    • Phone: (801) 359-3838
    • Hours: Thursday–Tuesday, 10:30a.m.–9p.m., Closed Wednesday
    • Website: www.mydimsumhouse.com
  • My Thai Asian Cuisine
    • Address: 1425 S. 300 W., Salt Lake City
    • Phone: (801) 505-4999
    • Hours: Monday–Friday, 11a.m.7p.m., Saturday 12p.m.–7p.m.
  • Sawadee Thai Restaurant
    • Address: 754 E S Temple St, Salt Lake City
    • Phone: (801) 328-8424
    • Hours: Monday–Saturday, 11a.m.–9p.m.
  • Afghan Kitchen
  • Café Madrid
  • Europa Café & Deli (Russian Restaurant)
    • Address: 1321 E. 3300 S., Millcreek
    • Phone: (801) 843-1541
    • Hours: Daily, 10a.m.–7p.m.
  •   Galley Grill (Russian Restaurant)
    • Address: 1295 Miller Ave #1, Salt Lake City
    • Hours: Tuesday–Saturday, 11a.m.–8p.m.
  •   European Tastees
  •   Sabor Latino
    • Address: 3053 State St #1, South Salt Lake
    • Phone: (801) 364-0885 or (801) 487-2009
    • Hours: Monday–Saturday, 10a.m.–8p.m., Sunday 10a.m.–6p.m.
    • Website: https://www.saborlatinoutah.com/
  •   Contigo Peru- Utah
  •   Finca (Spanish Cuisine)

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13. LGBTQIA+ Resources

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