On Campus Resources

Resources for Success

Student Health Services (SHS) 
SHS has low cost and available service for UVU students in the areas of medical and psychiatric care, psychological services, learning disability assessment services, and suicide awareness and prevention.

Off Campus Resources

BYU Comprehensive Clinic
1190 North 900 East, Provo, UT

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Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
(877) KIDS-NOW

Department of Workforce Provo office: 1550 N. 200 W. (801) 342-2600
Lehi office: 557 W. State St (801) 753-4500
Spanish Fork office: 1185 N. Chapple Dr. (801) 794-6600
Provides workshops on interview skills, resume writing, job retention skills, and effective communication. Assists with job notification, job postings, veteran’s services, clerical testing, job training, high school completion, and supportive services. Skill building and job training focused for single mothers to empower them to become self-sufficient.

Community Health Connect
Coordinate donated dental and specialty medical services for low income, uninsured adults and children.
589 South State Street, Provo, UT
$20.00 membership fee/6 mos.

After Hours Emergency Dental Care
(866) 690-0911

Disability Law Center
205 N. 400 W., 1st Floor, Salt Lake City
1-800-662-9080 (toll free) or 801-363-1347
Free legal service to protect the rights of people with disabilities.

(801) 538-6003

Micro Business Mentors
Micro Business Mentors offers financial literacy classes that are designed to help people understand their finances and know where their money goes. Some of the topics they cover are budgeting, credit, and insurance.

Mountainlands Family Health Center
Sliding Scale health care for low income/uninsured; except Medicaid and other insurance
589 South State Street, Provo, UT
215 West 100 North, Payson, UT

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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.

Project Read
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.

United Way of Utah County

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

United Way Utah 211
Crisis hotlines

Utah Department of Health
Links to a variety of health services.

Utah Futures
Career assessments and scholarship search.

Utah Premium Partnership (UPP)
(888) 222-2542
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
Satellite Offices:
American Fork (801)763-0461
Spanish Fork (801)794-6700

Work Ability
Resource list for disability services.