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The following organizations offer various resources and services to people in need. Their respective website can be reached by clicking the logo or the heading. 

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975 N. 1725 W. #101

St. George, UT 84770

Phone: (435) 628-3648

Fax: (435) 986-0960

Email: sghousing@infowest.com 

St. George Housing Authority


St. George Housing Authority (SGHA) is to assist low-income families with safe, decent and affordable housing opportunities as they strive to achieve self-sufficiency and improve the quality of their lives.

SGHA offers public housing, Section 8 programs, emergency rental assistance, and low income rental resources. 

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948 N 1300 W

St George, UT  84770

Phone: (435) 628-9310

Fax: (435) 319-4365

Email: info@switchpointcrc.org



Switchpoint is a 24/7 homeless shelter seeking to empower those in need by addressing the underlying cause of poverty; providing a comprehensive plan, and supporting their journey to self-sufficiency.

Switchpoint offers emergency shelter, emergency food pantry, residential treatment, community soup kitchens, drop in services, social detox, connections to affordable housing, and more


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1070 W 1600 S, Bldg B

St. George, UT 84770

Phone: (435) 674-5757

Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.


Five County Community Action


Five County Association of Government’s Community Action Partnership (CAP) stabilizes and empowers low-income households in moving towards self-sufficiency.

They offer services such as programs such as VITA, deposit assistance, gas voucher, food pantry, rapid re-housing, rental assistance, and water/sewer assistance. Please check their website for details and specific requirements of each program. 

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Mailing address: 1240 E. 100 S. Suite 221,

St. George, UT 84790

Office Phone: (435) 628-1204

Help Line: (435) 628-0458

Business Office hours: Mon – Thurs 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Fri 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Dove Center


The DOVE Center works to empower those impacted by domestic abuse and sexual violence. They provide a safe shelter and trauma-informed services to facilitate healing and recovery, as well as engaging and educating youth to understand safe, healthy relationships to break cycles of violence in families and the community. 

The DOVE center offers a 24/7 helpline, safety planning, advocacy support, rape and sexual assault victim advocacy, counseling and support groups, case management, child and youth programs, residential services, lethality assessment programs, and more.

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1664 S Dixie Dr Unit L-104

St. George, UT 84770

Phone: (435) 652-9643

Email: online.heat@fivecounty.utah.gov

Five County H.E.A.T Program


The Home Energy Assistance Target program, known as H.E.A.T., is a federally-funded energy assistance program. The goal of the program is to assist eligible individuals and families meet the higher costs of energy during the winter and summer.  The program typically runs from November 1 through September 30.

The program may provide one-time assistance to low-income residents per program year. Target groups for the program include families with children age five (5) and younger, the elderly, and residents with a disability.