How to Get Help Local Crime Victim Advocate's and Police Officers from various local law enforcement agencies determine eligible cases, so we do not have an open application process at this time. Please contact your local Crime Victim Advocate to discuss whether or not assistance may be available.
The Domestic Violence Information Line is committed to linking individuals with domestic violence issues to information and/or resources within their community. The Link Line operates 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
The domestic violence Link Line is dedicated to linking individuals with counseling, shelters, safe houses, support groups, police, mental, health services, human service agencies, legal services, victims assistance programs, and more.
Call the statewide domestic violence Link Line at:
For general resources such as food, clothing, low cost medical options, day care, etc. The 211 Information and Referral Line is an excellent resource.
For assistance with finding employment, applying for unemployment, food stamps, WIC, public assistance, etc. please go to your local Department of Workforce Services office:
VINE –Victim Information and Notification Everyday
Get the status of an abuser who is custody (you may also set up contact for immediate updates for any change of status):
Salt Lake County Jail:
UT State Court Information:
For Family and Friends of domestic violence victims:
UT Crime Victim Reparations (If approved, it can take about 2 months until CVR issues a payment): http://www.crimevictim.utah.gov/
(801) 238-2360 or 1(800)621-7444