At DHHS, we believe in ensuring all individuals and communities in Utah have access to a system of services. Our services promote fair and equitable opportunities to live safe and healthy lives.
Family services provide and promote resources and services to children and families through department agencies. Services assist with disabilities, mental and behavioral health, child support, financial stability, and more.
Adult Services is a link between the national Administration on Aging and local programs to provide home and community-based services to millions of older persons. Utah Adult Protective Services has the responsibility and authority to investigate abuse, neglect, and exploitation of vulnerable adults.
Health services protect the public’s health through preventing avoidable illness, injury, disability, and premature death; assure access to affordable, quality health care; and promote healthy lifestyles.
Administrative services support operations, from protecting individuals who report concerns, to making sure the agency is a good steward of assets, funds, and complies with regulations, policies, and rules.