The Christmas Box Houses


Number of youth served in 2014:

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The Christmas Box Houses, also known as "emergency children's shelters," were built in three Utah cities: Salt Lake City, Ogden and Moab. The Christmas Box Houses offer shelter and food, as well as on-site therapy, medical and dental evaluations, and recreational activities.

Each of the three houses serve the communities in unique ways, a reflection of the carefully cultivated partnerships in each region the houses serve. The Salt Lake Christmas Box House serves children in Salt Lake and Utah Counties through a partnership with the Salt Lake County Division of Youth Services. In Ogden, our emergency children's shelter operates through a partnership with the Division of Child and Family Services. The Moab Christmas Box House also serves the local community as a Family Support Center.

Would you like to help children coming to our emergency shelters? See our Wishlists:

Our Wishlist Items can reach children, teens and young adults across the state. Learn more about how our Christmas Box Resource Rooms are serving youth in your area.