We have received an unprecedented number of applications and are seeking to process them all.
Due to the high volume of applications, we are temporarily on hold for new applications until we can process through all of the ones we have received.
In the meantime, here are some resources that are available right now.
You can sign up for food today through our “Grab and Go” Food Pantry system. Please register for a pick-up time at either of our Park City or Heber pantries. Registration options are offered in both English and Spanish.
CCPC continuará operando los bancos de comida de Park City y Heber durante horas de trabajo, mientras continue la actual crisis. Los interesados en recibir comida -una vez- deben registrarse por adelantado.
Mental Health Counseling
We are open to taking anyone who needs help. Any new client can receive two free client sessions between now and May 1st. After that, we do have a scholarship fund, which essentially works as a sliding scale.
Please contact Heather Ledbetter, our Counseling Center Administrator, who is available to take calls, answer questions and assist in scheduling.
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
435-649-2260 ext. 1
If you find yourself in a crisis, please call 833-995-1295 or go to the Park City Hospital, the Heber Valley Hospital or the Access Center at the LDS Hospital in Salt Lake.
Any residents who are struggling with the stress related to this pandemic and need to talk to someone can call the Salvation Army Hope line at 844-458-4673.
Department of Workforce Services
Sarah with Utah Health Policy Project (UHPP)
CHIP, Medicaid, Obamacare
801-433-2299 ext. 225
Holy Cross Ministries
People’s Health Clinic in Park City
Serves Summit and Wasatch County residents with free medical care for the uninsured.
Call for appointments: 435-333-1850
5 Minute Clinic in Heber: 435-6540-1377
Crisis Line Summit County
833-996-1295 or dial 911
Please check back soon when we re-open our application process. We update our website regularly. We are sorry for the inconvenience.