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Who We Serve

We believe that access to a place to call home should be a basic human right. But for many, clean, safe and affordable housing isn’t easily attainable. Men and women from all backgrounds are hindered by a lack of stable housing. Some are homeless and struggling on the streets. Many are families with insufficient incomes to fully meet their needs. Others are elderly and living on a fixed income, while still others are veterans or immigrants who work hard but can’t seem to gain the traction needed to make lasting change in their lives.

We’re Here for Those Who Need Us Most

Housing Connect develops and manages housing properties tailored to meet specific needs of lower-income individuals, including: seniors, recent immigrants, veterans, people with disabilities or chronic illnesses, and those who just need a chance to get back on their feet.

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Resident Stories

Adam
Adam's Story

“Housing Connect gave me and my family a chance. They not only found us a place to live, but they helped us get back on track.”

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Jorub
Jorub's Story

“Housing Connect gave me the stability I needed to make life better for my son and me.”

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Meta
Meta's Story

“After my Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis, my financial situation changed and it was hard to find a stable living situation for my family and me.”

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Jessica
Jessica's Story

“Housing Connect provided me with the stability I needed to make a better life for my kids and me. After graduating from the self-sufficiency program, I got my finances in order and now I own my own home and I am building a career.”

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Pauline
Pauline's Story

“What really intrigued me was the idea of senior living being around people my own age and connecting with them.”

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Interesting Facts About Housing in Utah

3,925 Households have access to affordable housing because of Housing Connect per month
1,207 Units of affordable housing Housing Connect owns & operates in Salt Lake County
$2,150,000 in rental subsidies Housing Connect pays each month to landlords in the community