Hours: Monday – Friday,  8:30 AM- 5:00 PM
Address: 120 West 1300 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84115

Phone: (801) 486-4877

Legal Information & Resource Night

Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake

Ever wondered about your rights as a tenant, or how expungement works? Learn from local legal aid providers about: housing, expungement, name/gender changes and your legal rights with the chance to speak to them one on one. Peoples Legal Aid: Nonprofit law firm providing legal services and education for tenants facing eviction and debt collection ... Read more

Reaching Out to Our Relatives

Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake

Reaching Out to Our Relatives  Join us to create a ribbon tote bag and discuss how community, culture, and identity impact our mental health. Registration required - Click here RSVP open until Nov 10. or until filled.  Must be a registered client of UICSL.

Native Youth Support Group

Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake

Event for Native Youth 10-17 Escape Room: Team activity that will use problem solving, communication and strategizing skills Limited spots available Registration Required and can be completed here. Participants will meet at UICSL and shuttled to the location Light snacks provided Questions: Kayla Frank, kfrank@uicsl.org or (385) 267-1719 Must be a registered client of UICSL

Job Readiness Workshop

Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake

Need employment? Career change? Join us for a resume & interview workshop for job readiness. Presented by Heather Molyneaux Must be a registered client of the Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake.   

Outreach Mobile

Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake

Provides FREE service, phones and tablets for individuals who utilize government support including Medicaid, EBT, SSI, WIC, Veterans Benefits. Application assistance & submission completed onsite and may receive phone same day. Must be a registered client of UICSL. 

All Recovery Speaker Meeting

Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake

Speaker Meeting with Carlos Rivera Carlos is the CEO/Founder of Generation Red Road, and Chief Cultural Officer at American Indian Health Services. He has been active in the recovery community for over 18 years and will share his story of recovery, strength and hope. Carlos combines Native American culture and values with behavioral health best ... Read more

Reaching Out to Our Relatives

Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake

Join us to create a Parfleche/Rawhide Pouch with Shelby Chapoose (Executive Director, Indigenous Health & Wellness Connections) while discussing how art, community, culture, and identity support our mental health. RSVP Here _____________________________ First Some, First Serve RSVP Required

Star Gaze Storytelling

Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake

Native Youth (Ages 10-24) & Family Support Group Discover Navajo, Ute and Arapaho Culture through tales told by the sky   *Registration Required Register here *RSVP Closes Jan 19th or until filled Must be a registered client of live within the same household of a registered client of UICSL.

Free Screening: Demon Mineral

Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake

This Saturday, FREE screening of the eye-opening documentary "Demon Mineral." Dive into "a group of indigenous scientists, elders, and activists as they work to protect a vital living space on contaminated land." Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kKVSp3XaLQ Film imdb: https://m.imdb.com/title/tt27589769/plotsummary/... Panel discussion to follow.

Clothing Swap

Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake

FREE new and gently used in all different sizes that include: clothes shoes coats First come, first serve *Donations accepted: January 31st during regular business hours Must be a registered client of UICSL

Reaching Out To Our Relatives

Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake

Class full, Registration CLOSED. 2/8/24   Community Support Group Ages 18+ 25 Spaces Available First Come, First Serve Registration Required Join us to create a Parfleche/Rawhide Pouch with Shelby Chapoose Questions or RSVP: Ashanti Moritz: amoritz@uicsl.org or (385) 867-7684  

All Recovery Speaker Meeting with Derwin McCabe

Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake

Derwin is a Navajo Nation tribal member from Leupp, Arizona who has lived in Salt Lake City, Utah for the last 13 years. As a member of the recovery community, he has dedicated 9 years of his life to his healing journey. He has been an employee of the Native American Trading Post for 9 ... Read more