Coronavirus 

Relief Resources

The directory below is intended to help individuals, families and leaders find resources related to addressing the impact of COVID-19 offered by government or community organizations. Listing of a resource is not an endorsement. Individuals should validate and verify suitability of each resource before using or recommending. This directory is not intended to be an exhaustive list nor to promote or recommend any particular organization.

Visit the main Resource Directory for additional resources to address other needs.

Community resource UPDATES FOR COVID-19

The United Way is tracking the latest information related to many community organizations and their response to COVID-19.  For information you may call their resource hotline at (888) 826-9790, visit their site to search for resources, or access additional communication options (text, chat and email).

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EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE

Resources and Programs To Help With Impact of COVID-19

If you have lost your job in due to the Coronavirus, below are some practical resources.

Job Search Websites

A recent informal interview of numerous employers suggests the most commonly used job search sites in the area for posting jobs are:

Indeed.com
Ziprecruiter.com
Glassdoor.com
KSL.com/jobs
LinkedIn.com/jobs
LDSJobs.org
Utah Department of Workforce Services

Work From Home Opportunities

Executive Job Search Websites

Some websites cater more specifically to executive job search inside and outside the state.

LinkedIn.com/jobs/executive-jobs
TheLadders.com
ExecuNet.com

Large Employers In The Area

Many large employers list jobs opportunities on their own websites. Some may not be listed on general job search sites.

State of Utah
Brigham Young University
Utah Valley University
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

List of major employers by size

Assistance From An Employment Resource Center and Experts

Online Job Search Skills Workshop

Join A Workshop

Four key elements of a job search include writing résumés, finding job leads, networking, and preparing for interviews. You can get training on each of these topics by joining one of the workshops. Most sessions last one hour, and all are run by an employment professional.

• Job search ideas
• Resume development and editing
• Interview skills practice
• Career consultation
• Job search assistance
• Career counseling
• Networking ideas


Virtual Ask An Expert

Ask An Expert

In the Ask an Expert sessions, you can participate in an open forum facilitated by one of our employment professionals. You can come with a question about your own job search, or just listen and get an idea of what other job seekers are experiencing.

• Job search ideas
• Resume development and editing
• Interview skills practice
• Career consultation
• Job search assistance
• Career counseling
• Networking ideas

Virtual Accelerated Job Search Group

Join A Group

The Accelerated Job Search (AJS) program offers daily check-ins to receive support from other job seekers. It also offers opportunities to learn from employment experts, sharpen job search skills, and share job leads. Meetings are 60–90 minutes long.

• Learn how jumpstart your search with 15-10-2
• Learn and practice new job search skills
• Network with other individuals in the group
• Meet daily to make goals and report on progress

Visit site for latest times for Orientation Meetings and Group Meetings.

Your Local Resources

Your Neighborhood Network

More than 70% of jobs are found through networking.  Networking is simply making contact with other people who are employers or who can connect you with employers because of a relationship.

Consider these simple networking contacts:

  • Extended family
  • Neighbors and friends
  • Current or prior co-workers
  • Congregation members
  • Social media post

BUSINESS ASSISTANCE

Resources and Programs To Help With Impact of COVID-19

If your business has been impacted due to the Coronavirus, below are some practical resources you may want to consider.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

The impact of the virus goes well beyond getting sick.

Below are some practical resources you may want to consider to address additional needs.

Emotional Health & Domestic Violence

Crisis and Other Help Lines: If someone may be thinking about suicide, call one of these crisis help lines. For those experiencing other mental health challenges, other help lines are available. You can also first consult with Family Services professionals regarding how to best use these and other resources.

Intermountain Emotional Health Hotline - Call the FREE Emotional Health Relief Hotline, open 7 days a week, from 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Utah County Crisis Hotline: (801) 691-5433

Wasatch Mental Health 24-Hour Crisis Line: (801)373-7393

Domestic Violence

Utah County Crisis Hotline: (801) 691-5433

Center for Women and Children 24-Hour hotline (801) 356-2511 or  (888) 421-1100Center for Women and Children in Crisis Assistance for women and children who are the victims of domestic violence. Temporary shelter is available.

Provo Police Victim Services Emergency: dial 911 or (801) 852-6375

VOLUNTEER

Ready to get involved and use your talents to serve?

Below are some volunteer opportunities you may want to consider.

Making Face Masks

#ProjectProtect - Make Face Masks and Help Save Lives - partnership between Intermountain Healthcare, University of Utah Health and Latter-day Saint Charities. With your help, we can make sure our frontline health workers have medical-grade face masks to protect them from COVID-19. ProjectProtect will provide all of the materials and instructions—we just need you.

UServeUtah - Healthcare organizations throughout the state are in desperate need of personal protective equipment (PPE) to ensure healthcare workers are protected as they respond to COVID-19. You can help by sewing cloth masks!


    Find Ways To Volunteer

    Visit JustServe.og and find active service projects near you.  Use the keywords "coronavirus" or "covid" to find specific projects focused on coronavirus relief efforts.

    JustServer is always a great place to find opportunities to serve your community.

      SlopesServes.com

      Silicon Slopes in coordination with state and federal organizations has organized ways to serve the community.

      Get Tested

      Volunteer

      Give Supplies

      Donate