Bear River Activity and Skill Center
6800 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84322
Adults with developmental disabilities need to participate in meaningful activities that are developmentally and age appropriate and goal directed. The Bear River Activity and Skill Center (BRASC) is a program designed to support adults with disabilities by training and maintaining the skills necessary for their greatest independence. BRASC also focuses on providing consumers with activities that encourage their inclusion in their community.
Copper Hills Youth Center
5899 West Rivendell Drive, West Jordan, UT 84088
801-561-3377 or toll-free 800-776-7116
Website: view website copperhillsyouthcenter.com
Copper Hills Youth Center is a treatment center for teenagers 12 – 17 years of age. Programs and services offered include day treatment.
CTA Community Supports
4444 South 700 East, Suite 203, Murray, UT 84107
Website: view website ctautah.org
CTA is dedicated to providing quality supports for people with autism and their families. Autism Support Alternatives Program (ASAP) is a program that is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of each family member. The program is for families with a child living at home who has disabilities and is based on the needs and preferences of each person. ASAP provides support to children with autism on a daily basis after the child is out of school and on Saturdays in a home setting. ASAP also provides support during the summer and on holidays when the child is out of school.
Tri Connections, Inc.
1921 North 1120 West, Provo, UT 84604
Website: view website triconnections.com
Tri Connections’ Day Services program provides a unique and enjoyable experience for those who desire a developmental yet “non-employment” option during the day. Individuals in Day services receive a custom support plan based on preferences and quality-of-life-issues.
Work Activity Center
683 West Center Street, Midvale, UT 84047
Website: view website workactivitycenter.org
The Work Activity Center is part of a growing network of agencies, businesses, and individuals. They help people with disabilities become more active and independent members of the community. Their highly skilled staff includes specialists in occupational therapy, recreation, behavior management, and physical therapy. Their day programs focus on employment supports, life skills, and community outreach.
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