Programs We Support
Northern Utah Autism Program
The Northern Utah Autism Program (NUAP) is a pre-school program for children in Weber, Morgan, and Davis Counties who are diagnosed with Autism or Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD). The program is divided into two classrooms of twelve children each with one teacher, two aides, and two part-time assistants. Programming focuses on attending behaviors and compliance, language and cognition, self-help and social skills, and parent contact.
Weber Human Services Foundation provides financial resources for educational materials as well as age and ability-appropriate developmental toys for the children in the program. In addition, funds help purchase classroom supplies and technology-enhanced learning devices. Specialized playground equipment is also a funding priority.
Sub for Santa
Weber Human Services Foundation sponsors a Sub for Santa program annually in November and December. The Foundation collects needed items including gifts, clothing, shoes, coats, and gift cards for children and families in Weber and Morgan Counties. Families in need of help are identified by WHS social workers and case workers.
Weber Human Services Foundation supports the Youth Services Programs at Weber Human Services. The goal of these services is to help area youth have healthy mental and social development. The Youth Services Program provides appropriate preventative, diagnostic, and treatment programs.
Substance Abuse Treatment
Weber Human Services Foundation supports the Substance Abuse Programs at Weber Human Services. The goal is to provide substance abuse help, support, and treatment to all parties involved, including the innocent children and adults affected by substance abuse. The programs and services offered are critical for helping individuals recover from substance abuse, protecting children and innocent adults, and assisting individuals in becoming contributing members of the community.
Weber Human Services Foundation supports the Aging programs at Weber Human Services, as well as other community needs for seniors. The purpose of these programs is to promote health and wellness and provide an advocate and support system for community members as they age.
The Foundation also supports community senior centers providing donations such as fitness equipment. Seniors in our communities have access to the equipment that can help them build and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Mental Health Treatment
Weber Human Services Foundation provides assistance in the form of Mental Health Scholarships to individuals who cannot afford treatment, but are in need. The Mental Health programs at Weber Human Services provide support to individuals with mental health challenges by helping them to deal with issues, develop skills, and manage their lives in a positive, meaningful way.
The programs help individuals to function and thrive in the community. Programs include outpatient and residential programs for men, women, and women with custody of minor children.
The Tranquility House is a residential treatment facility for women in need of substance abuse treatment. Women at Tranquility House can keep custody of their children and have them live in the home with them during their rehabilitation time.
The facility houses several women at a time, with full-time professional counselors and a support team to help the women overcome their addictions. The Foundation assists financially with needed items for the clients and their children.
Youth School-Based Prevention Education
Weber Human Services Foundation provides funding to support educational presentations to students in local schools. These classes are taught by professionals to help youth understand the importance of their thoughts, behaviors and actions. Prevention education also includes awareness events and presentations in local communities.
Contact Weber Human Services Foundation if you have any questions, if you would like to make a donation, or if you would like to talk about making a planned gift through your estate.
Weber Human Services Foundation
Foundation Director: Summer Williams
237 26th Street
Ogden, UT 84401
Tel: (801) 778-6834
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday 8:00AM – 5:00PM
Saturday - Sunday Closed