We Also Help Find Homes for the Chronically Homeless and People with A Mental Illness
Valley Behavioral Health is a nonprofit network of clinics providing treatment for behavioral conditions, addictions, psychiatric conditions, autism and other chronic health conditions. Valley treats chronic lifelong conditions as well as temporary conditions triggered by traumatic life events. Our programs are tailored to people of all ages and every social, cultural and economic situation.
Davis Behavioral Health is a private non-profit corporation providing behavioral health services to residents of Davis County. Unlike other behavioral health providers, Davis Behavioral Health serves people who cannot afford to pay and who otherwise may not receive help.
Housing Options Managed by Valley Behavioral Health
Safe Have I & II
Safe Haven I & II are LIHTC (Low Income Housing Tax Credit) properties that provide permanent supportive housing and case management for the chronically homeless. For more information about placement please contact Valley Behavioral Health.
Valley Villa, Valley Crossroads, Oquirrh Ridge East and West
These properties are subsidized housing for individuals with severe and persistent mental illnesses. Case management and placement for these properties are handled through Valley Behavioral Health.
Valley Horizons, Valley Woods
Valley Horizons and Valley Woods are LIHTC (Low Income Housing Tax Credit) properties for individuals with severe and persistent mental illnesses. Case management and placement for these properties are handled through Valley Behavioral Health.
Housing Options Managed by Davis Behavioral Health
Davis Residential North & South
These properties are group homes for individuals with a chronic mental illness, i.e., a person who has a severe and persistent mental or emotional impairment that seriously limits his or her ability to live independently, and whose impairment could be improved by more suitable housing conditions. Placement for these properties is done through the Division of Services for People with Disabilities (DSPD).
Housing Options Managed by Danville Services
Sweet Charity I and Sweet Charity II
These are group homes for the support of individuals with a Developmental Disability or Acquired Brain Injury. These residential programs are monitored by State of Utah’s Department of Human Services.
Additional Partners and Community Resources
American Association of Retired People is a well-regarded foundation that helps people aged 50 and over make changes and choices for the issues they are now facing. AARP provides services such as direct assistance, legal advocacy and help in creating a support system.
Aging Services – Salt Lake County
The Salt Lake County Aging Service promotes independence for seniors through access to resources and engagement. This government agency provides a system of services that promote the well being of adults, as well as supporting seniors who want or need help to live independently.
Calvary Baptist Church
Calvary Baptist Church has a long history in Utah dating back to the 1890’s. The church dedicated Calvary Tower, a low-income senior housing apartment building managed by Danville Development, on July 30, 1989.
Danville Services Corp. is a sister company that provides a full range of services for people with disabilities. Danville Services offer clients supervised apartments, supported living arrangements, supported employment and day training services.
Danville Support Services
Danville Support Services is a sister company that provides in-home care to help senior citizens maintain an independent lifestyle. Danville Supports customizes a care plan for each individual and offers around the clock services to their clients.
Disability.gov is a federal resource that provides information about disability benefits, health care and housing programs. You can also locate organizations in your community that can help find independent living, access to transportation or employment.
Episcopal Diocese of Utah
Episcopal Diocese of Utah is a collection of 25 congregations throughout Utah and parts of Arizona established in 1867 by the Episcopal Church. The Diocese participates in community youth programs, food banks as well as contributing to hospitals schools and other social outreach programs. Danville Development is proud to manage properties that are owned by the Episcopal Diocese of Utah.
National Affordable Housing Management Association
Founded in 1990, NAHMA is one of the biggest advocates in the nation for low-income housing. The organization also provides continuing education and certification programs for Certified Professional Occupancy (CPO), National Affordable Housing Professional Certification (NAHMA), Fair Housing Compliance (FHC), and Specialist in Housing Credit Management (SHCM).
Neighborhood Non-Profit Housing Corporation
Neighborhood Non-Profit Housing is an organization that strives to provide quality affordable housing. By teaching the skill sets to help households become self-sufficient their hope is also to strengthen and enhance the communities around these housing programs.
Northwest Community Action Programs of Wyoming
NOWCAP is a nonprofit organization that was founded in 1965 to provide services and meet the needs of families and children. For NOWCAP, Danville Development manages a low-income senior property in Green River, WY called Mansface Terrace.
Ogden-Weber Community Action Partnership
OWCAP is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping the youth of North Ogden. They inspire children living in poverty to learn self-sufficiency through innovative services and combined efforts with its sponsors and partnerships.
Rocky Affordable Housing Management Association
Rocky AHMA is a nonprofit association that was founded in 1982 and has been serving the needs of the housing industry ever since. Members of AHMA manage over 60,000 units of HUD, RHS and tax credit financed affordable housing in Colorado, Utah, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming.
University of Utah Gerontology Center
The U’s Gerontology Center is a certification program that specializes in family caregiving, quality of life in nursing homes, end of life, suicide survivorship, prison hospice, inter-generational relationships, autism spectrum disorders in adulthood and aging, and grief and bereavement. The program is open to all students who want to be part of the next generation of leaders who are interested in the expanding field of aging.
Utah Department of Human Services
Utah’s DHS is a state agency which promotes quality of life for Utah’s citizens who need foster care, disability services, mental health and substance abuse services, juvenile justice, or adoption and domestic violence help.
Utah Division of Aging and Adult Services
Utah’s Division of Aging and Adult Services has provided home and community-based services to senior citizens for over 35 years. The state agency’s main goal is to ensure services are provided statewide to help senior citizens live independently.