Many organizations offer services and assistance to residents in Orem. We highlight a few popular and time-sensitive resources below. More extensive lists of names, services, and other information for organizations and programs are provided in the lists below.
Residents Affected by COVID-19
As a city, we want to make sure you have the information and resources you need to help you weather the pandemic.
See the sections of resources on this page and click below to view COVID-19 resource flyers in both English and Spanish.
Please reach out if you have questions.
Kena Jo Mathews
Community Services Manager
email@example.com | 801-229-7073
Physical and Mental Health
For those experiencing food insecurity, the state has several resources.
- Call 211 to be directed to resources in your zip code including food, shelter, transportation, and legal help.
- Utah Food Bank provides info on the closest food pantry in your neighborhood.
- Utahns Against Hunger provides a map of food pantries, as well as info on applying for SNAP and WIC benefits.
- School district websites also list local food resources.
Utah County Farmers Markets SNAP and EBT
Information on how to use SNAP at Farmers Markets in Utah County can be found at the links below.
Utah County COVID Help Line
M-F, 10-3 PM
Utah County Health Department Community Health Workers
Orem City Police Department Mental Health Response Team
The Red Cross is offering a Virtual Family Assistance Center for frontline workers, those who have lost love ones to COVID-19, and anyone experiencing mental health issues. Visit their website for more information.
Housing, Financial, and Employment
The Refuge Utah (for victims of reported/unreported crimes)
Self-Help Resources from the Utah State Courts: What Renters Need to Know View on YouTube
Utah Legal Services: What Renters Need to Know if They Receive an Eviction Notice View on YouTube
9602 South 300 West, Sandy, UT 84070
The Orem Public Library has a limited number of T-Mobile WiFi hotspots available for checkout to Orem residents from low-income households. Ask about hotspot availability and apply at the Circulation Desk.
Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development
The Governor’s Office offers financial assistance for internet and technology for eligible low-income households. Find more information on their emergency broadband benefit website.