Community Connections


You are not alone. Through our support network, you can meet your neighbors, serve your community, and access essentials. Love your later life by staying active in the world around you.


Ombudsman advocate in behalf of those living in long-term care facilities (i.e. nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and intermediate care facilities for intellectually disabled). Our Ombudsmen provide education and community resources, help resolved problems in a facilities, all while being an objective advocate for the resident. 

To reach our Ombudsman, call 801-229-3809.

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Support groups are the best place for caregivers to connect with others in similar situations who actually know what you’re going through. Our support groups are held monthly and open to anyone looking for the camaraderie of the caregiving community.

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Our volunteers provide countless hours of services to benefit our senior neighbors. Opportunities range from one hour a week to 20 hours a month, or somewhere in between. 

Last year, Mountainland volunteers donated 79,225 hours in our community. If you are looking to create immediate impact in our community through meaningful services, click here today and sign up to become a life advocate.

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Alternative transportation provides the freedom of mobility. Whether you use public services or receive help through one of our in-home programs, you have options to help you get from point A to point B. 

Utah Valley Rides     In-home programs




Our trained counselor helps Veterans identify which benefits and programs they are eligible for. 

Veterans Assistance benefits include:

For help with your Veterans Benefits call today to make an appointment: 801-229-3811. 



Find companionship through one of our volunteers who calls you each week. We pair you with a carefully selected community volunteer, and together you decide how long or how often you speak each week.

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