Some of the services we provide include:
Mental Health Support
Tenant Landlord Mediation
Tenant Landlord Education
Financial Literacy & Asset Management
VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance)
Adult High School Diploma and GED Scholarships
On-Site Weber School District (WSD) Adult Education Classes
On-Site WSD ESL Classes
Community Support provides direct services, case management, and community referrals to low-income individuals and families in Weber County. Services are designed to assist clients in addressing and overcoming challenges towards self-sufficiency. Housing Assistance is now available, see below for more details.
Save on Your Internet Bill
With the FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program, you can save on your bill and may be able to get high-speed internet for free.
Follow this link to see if you may qualify, or contact us if you have questions or need help completing your application.
Free Tax Preparation
If your household income is $56,000 or less you qualify to have your taxes prepared for free at a VITA site.
OWCAP-Main (3159 Grant Ave) will be open for in-person tax preparation at the following times from February 6th-April 18th, 2023:
Mondays from 5 pm-8 pm
Tuesdays from 5 pm-8 pm
Saturdays from 10 am-2 pm.
OWCAP-5 Points (142 N. Harrisville Rd.) will be open for in-person tax preparation at the following times from February 6th-April 18th, 2023:
Thursdays from 5 pm-8 pm
File Online Now for FREE
If your household income is $65,000 or less, you qualify to file online for free.
For a comprehensive overview of this program visit: taxhelput.org Helpline Toll-free: 1-855-My-Tx-Help or 1-855-698-9435 Hours of Operation Monday – Saturday 7:00 AM-8:00 PM (MST) Email Support: [email protected].
Volunteer Tax Preparer
- As an IRS-certified Volunteer Tax Preparer at a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) site here in Utah, you will use professional software to prepare basic tax returns for people who have low to moderate incomes in the community. Using an intake and interview process will help you ensure that each tax filer receives all the tax credits they are eligible to receive. During the tax season, you will generally volunteer 3 hours per week and will help numerous households. Free training is provided with both classroom and online self-study opportunities.
Greeter and Intake Specialist
- As a Greeter and Intake Specialist volunteer at a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) site here in Utah, your role will help tax filers feel welcome and ensure that they are well prepared for their tax appointment. You will greet clients and assist them with completing a short survey and an in-take form. In this role, it is important to have good people and customer service skills. You may also work with the Site Coordinator to ensure the site runs smoothly and the tax filer has a positive experience. During the tax season, you will generally volunteer 3 hours per week. Free training is provided and does not require tax law knowledge or software training.
If you have any questions about this upcoming tax season, please fill out the form.
Mental Health Support
OWCAP provides mental health services assistance, for households who are uninsured or under-insured. These services are provided by community partners including Family Counseling Service of Northern Utah, and Midtown Community Health Clinic. Services are paid for by OWCAP for qualified applicants.
For questions regarding your application, or for other information please call
The Utah Rent Relief portal is closed as of February 5, 2023.
If you have questions about a Rent Relief application you submitted before the portal closed, please call 801-399-9281 Option 2 or email [email protected] to speak with a Housing Outreach Worker.
The Utah Homeowners Assistance Fund (UHAF) program is a federally funded housing assistance program for homeowners in Utah. The program can provide aid for housing-related costs such as mortgage and property charges, taxes, insurance premiums, condominium fees, planned unit development fees, HOA fees, and other assessments that may be required by local or state law.
Funds may be used to bring accounts fully current, with no remaining delinquent amounts, and to repay amounts advanced by the lender or servicer on the borrower’s behalf for property charges.
If you have questions or would like assistance with your mortgage assistance application, please email [email protected] or call 801-399-9281 Option 2.
Tenant Landlord Mediation:
OWCAP provides Tenant-Landlord Mediation, the voluntary process where the tenant and landlord involve a neutral party, the mediator, to help support both parties to come to a mutually beneficial resolution to their housing dispute. This may occur before court is involved, during court, or after court is involved. If you would like more information about these services, please email us at [email protected] or call 801-399-9281 option 2.
Tenant Landlord Education:
OWCAP currently hosts a monthly Housing Workshop one Wednesday a month. Partner organizations typically present regarding a relevant housing topic. The workshop is available online or in-person and will also be recorded and made available after the event. If you are interested in attending the workshop, have an idea for a workshop, or would like to present at a workshop, please contact us at [email protected] or call 801-399-9281 option 2.
Looking for work? We can help!
- Referrals to hiring companies
- Resume building
- Interview skills
- Individualized Case Management
- Supplies required for work
OWCAP offers these adult education programs in partnership with Weber School District:
- ESL Classes
- High School Completion
Circles USA Mission: To inspire and equip families and communities to resolve poverty and thrive.
Circles is a free resource for families who would like to improve their lives by increasing their social capital, improving job skills, and connecting to members of the community. Through open conversation about the unwritten rules of the middle class, participants claim a stake in the community and become advocates for themselves and other families in need by attending weekly classes.
Through training and weekly meetings, participants (called Circle Leaders) build friendships with volunteers (called Circles Allies). Over time, these relationships help families climb out of poverty and achieve financial stability.
Circles isn’t about quick fixes or handouts. Circles equips families and individuals with the relationships, confidence, skills, and knowledge required to be self-reliant. Circles is a long-term program that assists families and individuals in reaching financial stability.
What can I expect from Circles Weber County?
- Weekly meetings for the whole family (dinner and childcare provided)
- Long-term goal setting
- Establishing your own support network
- Creating an individualized plan just for you
- Gaining access to community resources
- Sharing talents and skills with the community
Alternative Food Pantries
Catholic Community Services Food Bank
Pantry hours are Tuesday to Friday 9 am to 12 pm. Food card applications can be filled out on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9 am to 11 am. Documents required: Picture ID for all adults in the household, birth certificates for all children, proof of address (ie. utility bill), and proof of income for all adults in the household.
Mustard Seeds Faith
The pantry serves anyone who comes through, including families between Salt Lake City and Idaho Falls. The pantry opens on Mondays at 3 pm and is open until the food is gone. Will occasionally open on additional days when they receive donations. For more information call 385-405-0053. The pantry is only open when they receive donations, typically enough for every Friday, and will do extra days when they have extra things. Posted on Facebook when they have extra days.
Weber Cares Pantry
(currently serving 30 students per month)
Online ordering only for fall 2020. Orders are available Monday – Friday and pantry hours will vary. You may receive up to 2 bags of food & resources each week. Only non-perishable food items will be available for the fall 2020 semester. 1. Place your order online – (All WSU personnel with a valid WSU I.D may use the pantry)
- Weber Cares will contact you to schedule a pickup time and day.
- Pick up your order at Ogden Campus Sheperd Union, room 402. 4. If you are in need of same-day emergency food, please contact: [email protected] Questions? Please contact [email protected] or call 801-626-7737
3848 Harrison Blvd., Ogden, UT 84408
Tri-City Food Pantry
(currently passing out 1,000,000 lbs of food per month – between 2,000 and 4,000 households per month)
2067 North Washington Blvd, Ogden, UT, 84401, Utah (801) 505-1400
Hours 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM, 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM Documents required ID just for the head of household and proof of addresses (Utility or bank statement). Everyone is welcome to receive food every 15 days.
|Name||Required Documents||Days Open||Frequency|
|Salvation Army||None||X||X||X||Monthly/ Every 3 months|
|Hope Resurrected||None||X||2X per month|
|Catholic Community Services||ID, birth cert, proof of address, proof of income, application||X||X||X||X||Monthly|
|Mustard Seeds Faith||None||X||X||No limit|
|Griffin Memorial Church of God||ID||X||No limit|
|LDS Bishop’s Storehouse||Food order from the bishop (unless homeless)||X||X||X||Monthly|
|Weber Cares||Weber State students only||X||X||X||X||X||2x per week|
|Open Hands Ministry||ID, proof of address||X||No limit|
|Tri-City Food Pantry||ID, proof of address||X||X||X||X||No limit|