Utah 211 is maintained by the United Way of Salt Lake City. This resource offers links to many community help agencies such as domestic violence services, crisis and suicide prevention help, and homeless shelters. This website includes a Weber Morgan county phone directory of community resources.
The University of Utah Center on Aging provides this form for an individual to specifiy what actions should be taken for their health if they are no longer able to make decisions for themselves because of illness or incapacity.
This free, online tool is designed to help people and families in Utah find a safe and affordable place to live. The site, which has information on over 8,000 apartments, is a service of the Utah State Division of Housing and Community Development.
The Utah Artists Project provides biographical information, images of artwork, archive materials and lists of ephemera for two hundred of Utah’s most prominent visual artists. Provided by the J. Willard Marriot Library at the University of Utah, this site is searchable by artist name and by artist medium.
This resource allows simultaneous searches for names on the tombstones in dozens of Utah cemeteries -- including several in Weber County (Ben Lomond Cemetery, Huntsville Cemetery, Ogden City Cemetery, and others). Information from the tombstones usually includes dates of birth and death, grave location, and known relatives. Most of these cemetery databases are updated on an irregular basis. Their accuracy depends upon the meticulousness of the volunteer who compiled and submitted the data.
A listing of all Utah colleges and universities, as well as links to Utah financial aid resources. (State of Utah)
Use this search form to find volunteer opportunities in and around Weber County. (State of Utah)
Many Utah Court forms are listed on the Court's web page, which is also searchable.
The Utah State Archives has a Utah Death Certificate Index that provides online access to the digitized images of most death certificates issued in the state between 1904 and 1966. More recent death certificates are classified as private records and are not available to the general public. The State Archives website has further information on how to access Utah death records.
This state agency site provides information on family dental and safety clinics, as well as immunization, health insurance coverage and resources for children with special needs. Users may also order birth and death certificates online.