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​The following list of community resources is by no means complete. Please check back for updates and let us know if you have a resource to be added. Additionally, if you are able, please consider donating to our UUCO Caring Fund, which is used to assist congregants in need of food and financial assistance. 
COVID-19 Assistance
  • High-risk individuals can call 877.424.4640 for assistance with tasks such as grocery and medicine delivery, appointment transportation and more
  • Assistance for various aspects of life may be available through various organizations; the Department of Workforce services has compiled a list of known options, including:
    • SNAP benefits as related to COVID-19
    • rental assistance programs
    • energy/utility assistance  through the HEAT program
    • medical assistance through Medicaid and COVID-19 testing coverage for the uninsured 
    • online workshops for job seekers
Food Scarcity has a comprehensive list of food pantries in Utah. They list seven food assistance organizations in Ogden. Six of them are listed here:
  • Ogden Weber Community Action Partnership (OWCAP)offers emergency food assistance; required documentation details are listed on 
  • LDS Bishop's Storehouse and Cannery in Ogden provides a food pantry. Details available by calling 801.399.3721
  • Hope Resurrected Church provides a food pantry. Contact the pantry directly at 801.814.7905 for hours and current information
  • Griffin Memorial Church of God organizes Martha's Food Pantry in Ogden on Fridays at 10am and serves families between Salt Lake and Idaho Falls. Contact the church through their website or by calling 801.399.2171
  • CLUBB Jesus serves Weber County living within 12th and 36th Streets and between Harrison and Wall Avenues. For information on pantry hours, please call 801.695.3890.
  • Catholic Community Services of Norther Utah's pantry is open Tuesday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (Fridays are reserved for persons with disabilities)
Mental Health Assistance
Can we see in each other a common humanity, a shared dignity, and recognize how our different experiences have shaped us?
 Barack Obama, 44th U.S. President
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