People Helping People
Sliding Scale health care for low income/uninsured; except Medicaid and other insurance
Primary Care Network (PCN)
PCN is a primary preventive health coverage plan for uninsured adults.
550 N. University Ave. #215 Provo; 801-852-6654
Provides one on one tutoring and support activities for adults interested in improving reading/writing skills. Must be over 16. Provides services to parents who wish to improve their literacy skills so they can help their children with their reading studies at home. Materials provided at low cost for teaching reading. $10 per year and $20 book cost refundable at the end of the year.
Utah College of Dental Hygiene
1176 South 1480 West, Orem, UT
$10.00 dental cleaning and preventive care only
Utah County Health Resources
Health resources from A-Z in Utah County
Utah County Resources
Utah Department of Health
Links to a variety of health services.
Career assessments and scholarship search.
Utah Premium Partnership (UPP)
Assistance with employer based insurance premiums and COBRA premiums for those who qualify.
Vocational Rehabilitation Office
Provo District: 150 East Center Street #3300 Provo, Utah 801-374-7724
Central Utah District: 910 E. 100 N #215 Payson, Utah 801-465-8384
Assessment, evaluations, and possible retraining for disabled individuals towards job ready skills.
Volunteer Care Clinic
589 South State Street, Provo, UT
The Volunteer Care Clinic offers basic health care services, including pediatric care and general medical care. Utah County residents who are uninsured and living below federal poverty standards are eligible for services at the Volunteer Care Clinic.
Clinic Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Wasatch Mental Health
750 North Freedom Blvd., Provo, UT
American Fork (801)763-0461
Spanish Fork (801)794-6700
Resource list for disability services.