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Ace Disposal (Garbage/Recycling)
Phone: 801-363 9995
 
Best Buy Teen Tech Center
2531 S 400 E
South Salt Lake City, UT 84115
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Serving youth ages 13 - 18, located within the Columbus Center. At the Teen Tech Center, we call the teens "members" because it's a space that we want them to take ownership in. The space is filled with state-of-the-art technology that members can use as tools to complete passion projects, such as making music, creating multimedia art, designing 3D objects, and much more. This is a safe space for teens to be themselves through collaboration and creativity.
Central Park Community Center/PAL Boxing
Coordinator: Patrick Holman-Hart
2797 S 200 E
South Salt Lake City, UT 84115
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Phone: 801-386-4949

Serving K-12 grade youth, located at Central Park Community Center. We believe that youth thrive when given opportunities to step outside their comfort zones. Whether we're doing art, STEM, recreation, or working on our academic skills, youth in our programs are met with encouragement from caring staff and volunteers. We're also home to the Pete Suazo PAL Boxing Gym, where students from 8-18 can participate in boxing coaching and exercises.
Columbus Community Center
2531 S 400 E
South Salt Lake City, UT 84115
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Link: Columbus Senior Center
The city’s most recognizable building was designed by C.S. McDonald in the Spanish Colonial Revival style. The Columbus Community Center plays host to some of South Salt Lake’s most important activities, clubs and events. The building was an elementary school for over 60 years, before becoming the heart of South Salt Lake. It includes an auditorium, gym, meeting rooms, dance room, and an outdoor courtyard, all of which are available for rent.
Community Opportunity Center (The Co-Op)
2531 S 400 E
South Salt Lake, UT 84115
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Phone: 801-512-3983

The Community Opportunity Center ("The Co-Op") offers digital access, job and career support, and financial empowerment coaching. This is the newest addition to the center, taking the space of the former Columbus Branch County Library. A new county library has opened at 3300 South 500 East.
Cottonwood High School
Coordinator: Katherine Mercado
5715 S 1300 E
Murray, UT 84121
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Phone: 385-630-9748

Serving 9th - 12th grade youth who attend Cottonwood High School in Murray. This program is the only one that offers transportation - there is a bus to take youth home to South Salt Lake after the program. Clubs and Activities include Art Club, Robotics, Colts in the Kitchen (Cooking Club), Team Sports, Chess Club, MESA, Video Game Club, ACT Prep, and much more!
Family Liaisons
Coordinator: Ana Garcia
Phone: 801-573-1155

Family Liaisons are frontline staff who work with families from diverse backgrounds and have a close understanding of the community they serve. This trusting relationship enables them to serve as a liaison between social services and the community to facilitate access to resources and improve the quality and cultural competence of service delivery. They also build individual and community capacity by increasing knowledge and self-sufficiency through a range of activities such as outreach, community education, and advocacy.
First Professional Services, Inc.
Phone: 801-255-0400
 
Granite Park Junior High
Coordinator: Allison Evans
3031 S 200 E
South Salt Lake City, UT 84115
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Phone: 801-440-4499

Serving 6th - 8th grade youth who attend Granite Park Junior High. This program was founded in 2009. Since then, GPJH students have been able to attend robust clubs and activities, engage in tutoring and other homework help with their school day teachers close by.
Historic Scott School Community Center
Coordinator: Maisy Hayes
3280 S 540 E
South Salt Lake City, UT 84106
Phone: 801-803-3632

Serving K - 6th grade youth, located at the Historic Scott School Arts & Community Center. HSS is a place where youth can come and be themselves! Our youth are given the opportunity to explore their talents, meet new people, and reach new academic heights in a unique and accepting atmosphere. We think outside the box when it comes to enrichment, and offer opportunities like healthy cooking, gardening, peer mentoring, found art club, and much more!
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