The Shelter Care Program includes the Boys, Girls Group Homes, and Christmas Box HouseShelter Care is for children in the Utah Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) care, ages 0-18, who are at-risk of or who have experienced abuse, neglect or dependency.
This program is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It provides temporary placement to provide safety, nurturing, and support. Youth stay until they can return home or a permanent foster home or kinship placement can be found. Shelter Care provides a place that encourages emotional and physical development and well-being. There is no cost to the family or child for these services.
Note: Only DCFS or a sworn police officer can admit a child into Shelter Care.Contact - Corylyn Ybarra, Shelter Care Program Manager - 385-468-4445