Help for Survivors

Canyon Creek Services provides free, confidential and comprehensive services to individuals who have been impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault. We serve all survivors regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation or any other identity. Our team of advocates provide services including crisis intervention, case management, information and referral, court and medical advocacy, mental health referrals, housing support, emergency financial assistance, safety planning and more. CCS also provides emergency shelter services and assists survivors in obtaining safe, stable housing. If you or someone you know has been impacted by domestic violence and/or sexual assault, we are here for you. Help is available via the 24 hour hotline 435-233-5732 (call or text).

Financial Assistance to Increase Healthcare Access for Domestic Violence Survivors

Canyon Creek Services currently receives funding through the Utah Department of Health and Human Services to lower barriers to healthcare access for survivors of domestic violence. This funding source can be used to pay for medical costs, bills, equipment, copays, and medications related to accessing healthcare or improving health. Survivors do not have to be working with Canyon Creek Services in order to apply. We also welcome referrals from healthcare providers. To apply for assistance, please complete the form below, and a member of our survivor services team will reach out to you. 

Examples of costs we have assisted survivors with include:

Copay for a primary care visit

Refills of insulin

Purchase of glasses

Imaging and radiology costs

Medical equipment purchases like walkers, canes, etc.