Are you looking for information or resources?
Do you want support navigating schools, health care, or other systems?
Do you have an idea for a project you want to do in the community?
Are you looking for something, and don't quite know what it is?
At UNP you will find people who are welcoming and who who speak your language. We will connect you with the people, opportunities, and resources that will help you and your family thrive.
Whatever questions you have, we can help answer them at our Welcome Center, housed at the UNP Hartland Partnership Center, 1578 W 1700 S. You can call us at the number below. If we are not available, please leave a message and we will call you back as soon as possible. You can also call to schedule an in-person meetings during our hours below.
Address: 1578 W 1700 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84104
Phone: (801) 213-8550
FREE of charge
- Monday 12-6
- Wednesday 12-6
- Friday 12-3
- Available for appointments or drop-in
Resources & Opportunities
Click on the links below to find resources for housing, employment, education, health, technology, etc. If you would like help accessing these resources, call our Welcome Center at (801) 213-8550.
How We Work
UNP brings together University and west side people and resources in reciprocal learning, action, and benefit — a community coming together.
The University and west side neighborhoods share a vision of a community woven together through partnerships based on mutual empowerment, discovery and learning rooted in diverse life experiences. By addressing systemic barriers to educational success, these collaborative partnerships foster increased access to higher education for community members, a University enriched by its involvement in the community, and an enhanced quality of life for all involved.
- UNP is committed to mutual respect, empowerment and learning rooted in diverse life experiences.
- Understanding and knowledge are furthered by the open, active and mutual sharing of information and resources.
- Multiple kinds of knowledge and life experiences are central to address social, community and University issues.
- Knowledge is power and must be available to everyone.
- It is the right of all people to have access to the greatest range of opportunities; it is the choice of each individual how to utilize these opportunities.