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Resources for Victims of Trolley Square Tragedy

Resources for Victims of Trolley Square Tragedy

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(KSL News) The Salt Lake City Mayor's Office encourages all those affected by last night's tragic events at Trolley Square to seek support from the area's numerous social service providers. The Salt Lake Valley is home to a wide range of organizations that together provide comprehensive support for the emotional well-being of our community.

A list of these agencies is given below.

211 Info Bank
Comprehensive services resource
Dial "211"

The Children's Center
Mental health care for young children and their families
(801) 582-5534

Salt Lake City Police Department Victim Advocate Program
Law enforcement support for victims of crime in Salt Lake City
(801) 580-7969

The Sharing Place
Counseling for children, teens, and families experiencing the death of a loved one
(801) 466-6730

Utah Office of Crime Victim Reparations
Support for victims of violent crime
(801) 238-2360

Valley Mental Health
Fosters emotional well-being for residents in Salt Lake, Toole, and Summit Counties
(801) 261-1442 (24-hour hotline)

Network of Care
Umbrella organization for Utah social services providers

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