Building Our Community


Intermountain Health Care (IHC)
Classes, information, one-on-one lactation
consultations ($35 fee) and other services.
Women’s Services or A Mother’s Touch: 801-714-3324

Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
In person one-on-one breastfeeding help,
breastfeeding classes to pregnant mothers, free hand breast pumps, free use of electric or pedal breast pumps and other aids to those who qualify (low-income).
Breastfeeding Warmline: 801-851-7312

Pregnancy Risk Line, MothertoBaby
Answers to questions about medicines, drugs, chemicals, and other environmental exposures that can potentially harm an embryo, fetus, or infant.
1-800-822-BABY (2229)                                           

La Leche League
Help over the phone and a monthly series of four
meetings for women interested in learning more about the art of breastfeeding.
801-264-5683 (English & Spanish) or

U.S. Department of Health
The National Breastfeeding Helpline from the Office on Women’s Health has trained breastfeeding peer
counselors to provide support by phone.





Child Development

Help Me Grow

Ask questions about child development, get help finding child development resources, ASQ Developmental Screening questionnaire

801-691-5322 or Dial 2-1-1

Kids on the Move
Supports the development of young children and their families in our community.


Mountain Family Health Center
High quality primary health care for everyone in our community regardless of income. 

Community Health Connect

Crisis Information
Center for Women and Children in Crisis

Division of Child and Family Services (Report Child Abuse)
801-374-7257 (daytime)
801-376-8261 (After hours)

Family Support & Treatment Center Crisis Respite Nursery