The Indian Walk-In Center is a non-profit title V Urban Indian Center serving the approximately 19,000 American Indians and Alaska Natives in the Utah, Salt Lake, Tooele, Davis and Weber counties of Northwestern Utah.
The center provides the following services:
- Health referral services
- Health and disease prevention education
- Substance abuse prevention education
- Youth services
- Cultural and identity enrichment
- Behavioral health services
- Substance abuse and mental health counseling
The center also provides food pantry services for all American Indians and Alaska Natives and for non-natives living in specific zip codes.
Opened in 1974, the center is also the venue for many different native cultural events and community gatherings throughout the year.