Neighborhood House is a 127-year-old nonprofit in Salt Lake City that provides daycare for children 15 months to 12 years old, and supervised activities for adults 18 and older that need constant care during the day.
They provide a wide range of programs including youth summer activities, preschool, adult day care, and support services – all offered on a sliding fee scale to meet families where they are. Each year, they provide more than 55,000 days of care and serve more than 100,000 nutritious meals to more than 500 children and adults.
Since 1894, Neighborhood House has been committed to helping hard-working, low-income families maintain stable employment and achieve self-sufficiency by providing access to quality, affordable care for their loved ones. Their vision is for everyone to get access to the resources and opportunities they need to create successful, happy, and healthy families. To donate or learn more, visit NHUtah.org.
SelectHealth recognizes the family support provided by Neighborhood House as another example of how Utah Gives Back.
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