MAG Services during COVID-19

In accordance with CDC and State of Utah recommendations, we are taking extra precautions to slow the spread of the disease as we closely monitoring the situation on COVID-19.

Update to Our Services

Aging & Family Services

In-home services Case management and nursing evaluations may be conducted utilizing a combination of in-person and virtual contact, depending on individual program policies. Please contact your assigned case manager for additional information.
OmbudsmanAdvocacy will continue virtually or in person for those living in long-term residential and nursing care facilities. 
Meals on Wheels/
Senior Centers
Meals on Wheels will continue delivery service with contact-less delivery.
Utah, Wasatch & Summit county senior centers are continuing to provide in-person congregate lunches. Please contact your senior center for additional information.
Classes/presentationsEducation classes will have both virtual and in-person opportunities throughout the year, while observing social distancing where possible.

Home Programs

Weatherization Weatherization services are continuing with additional safety precautions for staff when working with clients.
HEATHEAT will resume in-person applications by appointment. Appointments can be scheduled by calling 801-229-3855.

If it becomes necessary to temporarily stop delivery of services, we will notify you directly. We will keep you informed with additional steps we are taking.


COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Call your local health department or search vaccines.gov to schedule your appointment to get vaccinated. 

Utah County Health Department
Hotline: 801-851-4357
Make an appointment online

Wasatch County Health Department
Hotline: 435-657-3276
Learn more


Summit County Health Department
Hotline: 435-333-0050
Sign-Up Form

Transportation assistance to get a vaccine:

If you are homebound, have limited mobility, or need transportation to get your COVID-19 vaccine, we can help. Contact 801-229-3852 or cthompson@mountainland.org.


Additional Resources

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