322 East 300 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Business Line 801-537-8604
YWCA 24 Hour Crisis Line 801-537-8600 or 1-855-992-2752
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YWCA Utah’s campus is located in downtown Salt Lake City.
The historic Peter M. and Paula Green Johnson building was designed by renowned architect Julia Morgan in 1919. It houses the YWCA’s business operations and membership and advocacy efforts.
The Lolie Eccles Early Education Center is the home of our nationally-accredited child care center, and the Kathleen Robison Huntsman Apartments feature 36 two- and three-bedroom apartments for women and their children.
In October 2010, we opened the doors of two new residences, the Kathleen Robison Huntsman Residence and the McCarthey Residence, that offer crisis and extended shelter, transitional housing and services, and increased the number of available shelter beds to 181—one-third of Utah’s total domestic violence shelter bed capacity.
In June 2012, the new Center for Families was completed. It now houses the expanded Salt Lake Area Family Justice Center, and welcoming, well-equipped meeting areas for YWCA programs and community partners.
2016 brought green technology to the YWCA with a donation of a solar system from Auric Solar. The new rooftop solar panel system on the Kathleen Robison Huntsman Residence offsets a third of the building’s electricity needs.
In 2017, high-speed internet access courtesy of Google Fiber’s Community Connection program was installed on the YWCA campus and helps empower women and children.