Community Resources Directory


Moab Regional Hospital

435-719-3500Visit Website

Provides a full range of healthcare services, including behavioral health, adult and child psychiatry, emergency care, family medicine, general surgery, hospice, imaging and radiology, infusion, inpatient care, skilled nursing, laboratory, obstetrics, orthopedics, nutrition education, cardio and respiratory therapy, wound care, and more.

Visiting specialists provide a variety of additional services, including podiatry, dermatology, plastic surgery, neurology, gynecology, pain management, oncology, and urology.

As part of their dedication to providing quality, cost-effective healthcare, in 2019 the hospital gave nearly $3.6 million in financial aid to nearly 4,000 patients to help cover healthcare costs and wrote off an additional $2 million in uncompensated care.

Proporciona una gama completa de servicios de salud, incluyendo salud conductual, psiquiatría para adultos y niños, atención de emergencia, medicina familiar, cirugía general, hospicio, imagen y radiología, infusión, atención hospitalaria, enfermería especializada, laboratorio, obstetricia, ortopedia, educación nutricional, terapia cardiovascular y respiratoria, cuidado de heridas y más.

Los especialistas visitantes ofrecen una variedad de servicios adicionales, incluyendo podología, dermatología, cirugía plástica, neurología, ginecología, manejo del dolor, oncología y urología.

Como parte de su dedicación a proporcionar atención médica de calidad y rentable, en 2019 el hospital dio casi $3.6 millones en ayuda financiera a casi 4,000 pacientes para ayudar a cubrir los costos de atención médica y anotó $2 millones adicionales en atención no compensada.

Grand County Hospice

435-719-3772Visit Website

Provides end-of-life care to residents of Grand County and surrounding areas.

Canyonlands Care Center

435-719-4400Visit Website

Provides healthcare and other services to seniors in a long-term care facility.

Community Nursing Services

800-486-2186Visit Website

Provides home healthcare, including end-of-life care, to residents of Moab, Castle Valley, and La Sal.

Rocky Mountain Care

800-574-7666Visit Website

Provides home healthcare, including end-of-life care, to residents of Grand County, San Juan County, and Navajo Nation.

Utah Navajo Health Systems

435-678-0710Visit Website

Provides medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare 
to residents of the Navajo Nation and San Juan County, regardless of citizenship status, nationality, or ability 
to pay.

Utah Health Decisions Insurance Services

435-260-2147Visit Website

Helps individuals navigate the health insurance marketplace, including Affordable Care Act (ACA), Medicare, and Medigap plans.

Utah’s Premium Partnership for Health Insurance

888-222-2542Visit Website

Provides assistance with health insurance premiums to families and individuals.

Southeastern Utah Health Department

435-259-5602Visit Website

Provides basic healthcare services, including children’s health, women’s health, immunizations, and family planning. Manages the “Baby Your Baby” program and provides health education programs, including information on car seat and vehicle safety, tobacco prevention, diabetes education, and more.

Moab Free Health Clinic

435-259-1113Visit Website

Provides basic healthcare for uninsured and underinsured individuals.

Moab VA Telehealth Clinic

435-719-4144Visit Website

Provides medical and quality-of-life needs to Veterans, including treatment for traumatic brain injuries, post-traumatic stress, suicide prevention, and more.

Professional Case Management

970-623-7500Visit Website

Provides home healthcare for nuclear weapons and uranium workers who have contracted chronic illnesses related to their work.

Critical Nurse Staffing

877-259-9001Visit Website

Serves former energy sector employees who experience a life-changing injury or ongoing health issues due to their employment.

Mental Health

Moab Regional Hospital Mental Health Services

435-719-5531Visit Website

Almost everyone can benefit from mental health counseling at some point in their lives. Sometimes, just asking for help allows people to feel more hopeful and less alone, even after one session! No matter how big or small a problem feels, don’t hesitate to call, 435-719-5531.

Moab Regional Hospital maintains a comprehensive list of private therapists in the region and can provide individuals with appropriate references.

Four Corners Community Behavioral Health

435-259-6131Visit Website

Provides mental health and substance use disorder treatment services to the residents of Carbon, Emery, and Grand Counties.

School-Based Therapists for Students and Families (HMK, GCMS, GCHS)

435-719-4824Visit Website

Provides integrated mental health treatment for children and adolescents, to help students overcome behavioral, emotional, or social problems that interfere with success at school and at home.

Interact Clubhouse


Offers individual counseling, group therapy, tobacco cessation programs, and more.

SAFEUT Crisis Chat & Tip Line

833-372-3388Visit Website

Provides support, 24/7, to individuals experiencing emotional crises, bullying, relationship problems, mental health, or suicide-related issues.

Suicide Hotline

800-273-8255Visit Website

Provides free and confidential support, 24/7, for individuals in distress, as well as prevention and crisis resources for friends and family. Everyone can help prevent suicide.

Addiction & Recovery

Moab Regional Hospital Addiction Treatment Services

435-719-5585Visit Website

Provides outpatient services for drug and alcohol detox, office-based opioid treatment (OBOT), recovery resource engagement, dual diagnosis services, and treatment of all substance use disorders.

Utah Support Advocates for Recovery Awareness (USARA)

435-210-0952Visit Website

Provides support for individuals and their families 
for long-term recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs.

SMART Recovery

866-951-5357Visit Website

Provides an addiction recovery support group that is 
self-empowering based on the latest scientific research.

Alcoholics Anonymous – Triangle House

435-625-1342Visit Website

Provides free programming to support individuals struggling with addiction to alcohol through daily meetings and discussions with supportive peers.

Narcotics Anonymous

877-479-6262Visit Website

Provides free programming to support individuals struggling with addiction to narcotics through daily meetings and discussions with supportive peers.

Disability & Workforce

Workforce Services Vocational Rehabilitation Division


Provides individuals with disabilities (cognitive, emotional, learning, physical, and certain diseases) with help finding a job, getting additional education/training, scheduling medical or mental health appointments, counseling, guidance, and more.

Active Re-Entry


Provides individuals with disabilities the assistance they need to maintain a self-sufficient life in their own communities and home, which may include lending of Durable Medical Equipment (i.e. ramps, wheelchairs, etc.).

Community & Family

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP/Food Stamps)

800-331-4341Visit Website

Provides nutrition benefits to eligible low-income individuals and families via an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card that can be used like a debit card to purchase eligible food.

Grand County Food Bank


Distributes food, free-of-charge, to individuals and families facing hunger.

Housing Authority of Southeastern Utah

435-259-5891Visit Website

Develops, manages, and promotes safe, high-quality, and energy efficient housing opportunities for low and moderate-income individuals and families.

Seekhaven Family Crisis & Resource Center

435-259-2229Visit Website

Provides support and essential services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, including client advocacy, emergency shelter, transition assistance, and more. Everyone has the right to feel safe, secure, and supported. If someone is in danger, please seek help. Speaking up can make a difference.

Victim Advocate Program


Provides services to victims of violent crime, including domestic violence, assault and sexual assault, child abuse and sexual abuse, elderly abuse, stalking and harassment, families of homicide victims, robbery, arson, human trafficking, and more.

Utah Legal Services

800-662-4245Visit Website

Provides free legal help in non-criminal cases to 
low-income individuals.

Moab Solutions

435-401-4685Visit Website

Protects and restores natural areas in the community and helps the homeless help themselves. Provides rent, utilities, food, medicine, transportation, lodging, and more, to individuals and families in crisis.

Moab Valley Multicultural Center

435-259-5444Visit Website

Provides crisis resources, advocacy services, Spanish-English interpretation/translation, youth programs, targeted life-skills support, and cultural enrichment to the community.


435-259-2553Visit Website

Minimizes waste by annually processing over 350 tons of donations and keeps much of it out of the landfill through sales, donations, and recycling. WabiSabi shares their profits with community organizations and provides material vouchers to individuals and families who are in immediate need. Vouchers are available through Seekhaven, Fire Department, and other organizations.

Youth Garden Project

435-259-2326Visit Website

Offers school-based and other educational programs that connect people with their food, including Spring Break and Summer Day Camps, and Community Weed-and-Feeds. All programs are offered at low-cost or no-cost.

Grand County Public Library

435-259-1111Visit Website

Offers resources to connect people to information and ideas that inspire, empower, and enrich. Services include free computers and internet access, children’s story hours, after-school programing, and snacks for kids.

Grand Center

435-259-6623Visit Website

Provides a place for people, 60 years and older, to socialize, have lunch, and enjoy a variety of activities.

Grand Area Mentoring

435-259-1516Visit Website

Provides adult mentoring to students to encourage success and bolster self-confidence through enjoyable and enriching activities, such as board games, basketball, computers, crafts, reading, talking about life, and more.

BEACON Afterschool Program

435-259-2767Visit Website

Provides high-quality, convenient, and affordable after-school programming for children in grades K-8.

Grand County Family Support Center

435-259-1658Visit Website

Provides a nursery and care center, 24/7, for families in crisis, in order to prevent child abuse and neglect.

Children with Special Health Care Needs Integrated Services Program

801-273-2988Visit Website

Provides assistance for children who have special healthcare needs with coordinated care planning, education, and additional resources, including developmental and educational programs, financial support programs, social services, medical treatment, 
and more.

Kids on the Move

801-221-9930Visit Website

Provides evidence-based treatment for children 2 years and older with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) or similar developmental delays.

South East Early Intervention Program

435-259-1114Visit Website

Provides home-based developmental programming for infants and toddlers who have, or are at risk for, developmental delays.

Faith-Based Coalition


Provides services, hope, and resources, including food, school supplies, education, and more, to the community.

Arches New Hope Pregnancy Center

435-259-5433Visit Website

Provides pregnancy testing, education, counseling, 
and more.

Planned Parenthood

800-230-7586Visit Website

Provides affordable healthcare services, including pregnancy testing, abortion, birth control, sexually transmitted infection (STI) treatments, and emergency contraceptives. Also provides education and counseling on a range of topics, including sex and relationships, sexual orientation and gender, and more.

Baby Your Baby

435-259-5602Visit Website

Provides temporary medical coverage (Medicaid) for qualifying pregnant women to cover pregnancy-related services.

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)

435-259-5602Visit Website

Provides supplemental nutrition for pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers, postpartum women, and infants and children up to age five. Benefits include healthy food, nutrition education, breastfeeding information, and referrals to other programs.

Moab Pride

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Provides accessible LGBTQIA programming by creating awareness, dialogue, safe spaces, Rainbow Clubs in public schools, and visibility through art, workshops, and celebrations that are inclusive for all ages, while creating queer visibility in the community.

Full Circle Intertribal Center

435-243-7222Visit Website

Provides support, leadership, and education to the community, while promoting wellness through Native American traditions and cultures.


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Overcome negative thoughts, stress, and life’s challenges! Happify provides evidence-based solutions for better mental health.

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Meditation for a happier, healthier you. Learn to meditate from the world’s top mindfulness experts.

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Meditation has been shown to help people stress less, focus more, and sleep better. Headspace is meditation made simple, teaching life-changing mindfulness skills in just a few minutes a day.

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Scientific tools to cultivate well-being.

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Eliminate stress, get more sleep, or find your calm, with short mindfulness activities tuned to your emotions.

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Guided meditations and talks led by the world’s top meditation and mindfulness experts, neuroscientists, psychologists, and teachers. Learn to calm the mind, reduce anxiety, manage stress, sleep deeply, and improve happiness through meditation.

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Created by game designers and backed by science. Playing SuperBetter helps build personal resilience, which is the ability to stay strong, motivated, and optimistic, even in the face of challenging situations.

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Uses evidence-bases content and the power of personal accountability to boost addiction treatment and recovery and bring out the best in every individual.