Translated Resources List

211 Information and Referral has developed community resource lists that identify agencies where individuals can go to get assistance obtaining food, clothing, housing, health care and many other human services.

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Community Resources

We at HAP take pride in our communities and we are here to help. View our list of community resources that may be of service to your clients.

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Data & Results

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, approximately 335,000 Utahns are uninsured. Approximately 110,000 uninsured individuals live in Salt Lake County (12% of the total Salt Lake County population).

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Case Management

Case management is fundamental to changing the way the uninsured understand and access the health care system. The Health Access Project links each patient with a case manager stationed at a Hospital Emergency Room or other location in the community.

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Under the umbrella of Community Health Centers, Inc., Health Access Project has been selected to assist individuals and families enroll into the insurance marketplace via the Affordable Care Act. Our trained Certified Application Counselors (CAC) are ready to help you and your family understand your new options for affordable health care coverage today. For an appointment, please call 801-955-2388 or 801-412-3980. All Certified Application Counselors are federally approved and trained by the Department of Health and Human Services. Enrollment assistance services are free of charge. For more information about the Affordable Care Act, please click the button below. More About the Affordable Care Act
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