The Student Resource Center is a safe space for all students to access and utilize a variety of campus and community resources to foster your success through acceptance, respect, and empowerment. The center offers students financial, mental health, and physical resources.

 

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The Student Resource Center is open during standard school hours:

  • Mon-Thu: 7:30am - 9:00pm
  • Fri: 7:30am - 3:30pm

 

HEALTH AND SAFETY

BLOMQUIST HALE, STUDENT ASSISTANCE

Offers students up to three free face-to-face counseling sessions

    • Referrals for long-term issues
    • 24-hour hotline for mental health emergencies
    • 1.800.926.9619 | blomquisthale.com

DAVIS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

Provides behavioral health services for adults, adolescents, children

  • Accepts self-referrals and physician referrals
  • dbhutah.org

MIDTOWN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER

Provides affordable, needs-based healthcare to patients with or without insurance

  • Seven clinics along the Wasatch Front
  • Medical, dental, and mental health support services provided
  • midtownchc.org

SAFE HARBOR

Provides services for victims of domestic violence, including their children

  • Temporary housing available
  • Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • safeharborhope.org | 801.444.9161

SAFE UT APP

Offers real-time crisis intervention with a licensed clinician

TrulaCampus

Free, evidence-based program designed to help students with their well-being and personal development

  • Reduce Stress
  • Manage Time Better
  • Gain Confidence
  • Receive Guidance
  • TrulaCampus.org

TITLE IX STUDENT ADVOCATE

Assists students who have experienced sexual harassment

Report incidents of sexual violence to the Director of Student Services

CAREER & FINANCIAL

CAREER PLACEMENT SERVICES

Information about job fairs, workshops, and job openings

DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE SERVICES

Assists with training, employment opportunities, food stamps, finances, childcare, and unemployment benefits

LDS EMPLOYMENT RESOURCE SERVICES

Provides job information, job training and job seeking skills

  • Available to both LDS and non-LDS community members
  • ldsjobs.org

SCHOLARSHIPS AND FINANCIAL AID

  • Financial Aid programs include FAFSA applications for Pell grants, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG), state grants, and Federal Work-Study
  • Davis Tech Scholarships include needs-based, merit-based, emergency, and our Ambassador program
  • davistech.edu/financial-aid

UTAH STATE OFFICE OF REHABILITATION

Assists individuals with disabilities to find employment

  • Services include community integration, accessibility assistant, activities of daily living, and federal disability benefits aligibility determination
  • jobs.utah.gov/usor

COMMUNITY

BOUNTIFUL FOOD PANTRY

Provides Pantry Packs, which include one day of food plus vouchers for a weeKly box of groceries

  • Eligible students my receive a coupon for a hot meal on campus
  • Pantry Smiles, a service through Bountiful Food Pantry, offers free dental services from volunteer licensed dentists for those in need
  • 801.593.2300

CHILDCARE OPTIONS

  • CHILDCARE: lists childcare providers, facilities, and other resources
  • HEAD START: Free child care for children 0-5 for qualifying students. High demand means early registration is required to earn a spot
    • 801.402.0650

FAMILY CONNECTION CENTER

Helps families overcome abuse and poverty and become self-reliant

  • Services include emergency/respose child care, food assistance, homelessness prevention, parent education
  • 801.773.0712

UTAH 211

Gives information to community members for available services in their specific area

  • Calls to 211 are always free and confidential
  • Visit 211ut.org or text your zip code to 898-211

UTAH TRANSIT AUTHORITY

Used for UTA buses, Express Bus, FrontRunner, Trax, S-Line

EMERGENCY CONTACTS

Call 911 for any life or death emergency

KAYSVILLE POLICE

801-546-1131

SAFE HARBOR

801-444-9161 (24 Hours)

SAFE UT

Call 211 (24 Hours)

BLOMQUIST HALE

1-800-926-9619 (24 Hours)

NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION

1-800-273-8255 (24 Hours)

VETERANS CRISIS

1-800-273-8255 - Press 1 (24 Hours)

Text 838255 (24 Hours)

Caleb Robb:

Caleb Robb is a social work intern from Weber State University. He grew up in Ogden, Utah and enjoys art, poetry, music, and traveling. He is passionate about community activism and policy and loves learning and trying to make the world a better place. He is excited to get the chance to connect Davis Tech students to the resources they need and help them be successful.

 

Angela Longshaw:

My name is Angela, and I am an intern from Weber State pursuing a degree in social work. After graduation, I plan to further my education by attending grad school. I grew up in Ogden, Utah and I love to go biking. I am excited to be able to learn a lot working in the student resource center and get to know all that Davis Tech has to offer.

Julie Ray:

My name is Julie Ray, and I am in the process of finishing my senior year at Weber State University. My background includes education in social work and psychology, training in behaviorism, and various community service opportunities. I have always had a lifelong passion for serving others and am ecstatic that Davis Tech is now a part of that journey!

Victor Cruz:

Victor Cruz is a Dominican-American who is rooted in his traditional Afro-Taino culture. Victor prides himself in being bilingual in Spanish and English and being bicultural. A proud graduate of Cambridge Rindge & Latin School in Boston, Victor then attended the Brigham Young University-Idaho, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Marriage & Family Studies. He is currently working towards his Master of Social Work at Arizona State University as a first-generation graduate student. Victor is passionate about social work. For the past few years, he has spent his time in the field of prevention and development while working with families, teen parents, youth, and children from the community. Most recently, Victor has worked for Davis Tech College as a Recruiting and Admissions Advisor, providing career and pre-enrollment guidance regarding all programs and services at Davis Tech College while advocating for potential students. Victor recently accepted the Basic Needs Advisor/Case Manager position at Davis Tech. He provides resources and support services for students who are struggling personally, academically, or socially, working to ensure their continued success at Davis Tech.