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Increasing knowledge about community resources among service providers in Davis County through networking

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Connect the Dots Networking Forum

About Us

The Davis Links Resource Forum meets monthly from 8:30 to 10:00 am on the last Tuesday. A new topic/training is covered each month. Topic-based forums include a main presenter who gives a brief overview followed by several community partners who provide resources. 2024 forums will place increased emphasis on training/skill building.


2024 Forum Topics/Trainings (Subject to Change)



 Forum Topic/Training
Registration Link

Link to Recording 



No Forum


February 27

Dignity Index Training

Davis County Admin Building


Presentation Not Recorded, Materials Are Available on Google Drive


No Forum


April 30

Working with People with Disabilities





May 28


Safe Messaging




June 25

Caregiver Support




No Forum


August 27

Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences (HOPE) Training

Davis County Admin Building, 61 South Main Street, Farmington, Utah 84025, Room 131

Registration Opens August 1


September 24

Connect the Dots Networking Event

Davis County Admin Building, 61 South Main Street, Farmington, Utah 84025, Room 131

Registration Opens September 3


October 29

Helping the Underinsured/Uninsured


No Registration Necessary 

November 26

Access to Resources and Services

Davis County Admin Building, 61 South Main Street, Farmington, Utah 84025, Room 131

Registration Opens November 1



No Forum


Past Forums

Google Drive Folder

Future Forums

August 2024 Davis Links Forum Flyer: Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences Training

August Davis Links Resource Forum: HOPE Training

Learn about Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences, including ways to value and actively bolster positive childhood experiences (PCEs).

Trainer, Certified: Debbie Comstock, LCSW

  • Date: Tuesday, August 27, 2024
  • Time: 8:30 to 10:00 a.m.
  • Location: Davis County Administration Building, 61 South Main Street, Farmington, Room 131
  • Registration Opens August 1

Community Announcements

Promise Clearfield Community Schools Back to School Event

Back to School Event for Parents in Clearfield Area

Promise Clearfield Community Schools Back to School Event

Start at your school from 5 to 6 PM for information and to earn tickets to redeem for food and fun, then head to the North Davis Junior High Field for food, fun, and resources!

13 August 2024, 5 to 7:30 PM 
Free Entry

Schools Included:
Clearfield High School, North Davis Junior High, Holt Elementary, South Clearfield Elementary, Wasatch Elementary, Antelope Elementary 

Bounce houses
Face painting
Over 30 community partners!

Holt and Wasatch Families: Park behind the church at 935 South State, Clearfield

Overflow parking for all at Clearfield High

Davis Education Foundation 

Promise Clearfield Community Schools - Regreso a la escuela

Back to School Event for Families in Clearfield Area - Espanol

Promise Clearfield Community Schools regreso a la escuela

Comience en su escuela de 5 a 6 PM para obtener información y ganar boletos para canjear por comida y diversión, luego diríjase al campo de North Davis Junior High para comida, diversión, y recursos!

13 August 2024, 5 a 7:30 PM
Entrada libre

Escuelas incluidas:

Clearfield High School, North Davis Junior, Holt Elementary, South Clearfield Elementary, Wasatch Elementary, Antelope Elementary

Actividades incluidas:

Brinca brincas
Pintura de cara
Cortes de cabello
Más de 30 socios comunitarios

Familias de Holt y Wasatch Elementary - se puede estacionar detrás de la iglesia en 935 South State, Clearfield

Más aparcamiento en Clearfield High

Davis Education Foundation 

Critical Home Repair Program (Page 1)

Home Repair Resource Page 1

Struggling with major home repairs?

Habitat for Humanity wants to help! Our Critical Home Repair Program "CHiRP" can keep your home safe and healthy.

Eligible repairs:

Furnace, A/C
Water Heater

"I couldn't afford to repair my home on a single income. The Habitat team took care of everything, and now my house is safe." -Kim

How does it work?

We do a thorough home assessment, identify critical issues, and manage the construction process, performing high-quality work in a timely manner.

How much is it?

There is no up-front cost and homeowners may be eligible for a grant of up to $5,000. Our low-interest financing makes repairs affordable.

Who is eligible?

Homeowners in Salt Lake, Davis, and Tooele Counties who meet income requirements. We help you through the eligibility and application process.

Call Laura Ceron, Intake Manager, at 801-263-0136 extension 207 or visit https://habitatsaltlake.org/homeowner-services/critical-home-repairs to learn more about CHiRP!

Critical Home Repair Program (Page 2)

Home Repair Program Page 2

Sample Critical Home Repair Projects

Ensure Safe Access

Decrease Trip and Fall Hazards
Replace Worn Carpet and Uneven Flooring
Install Hard Flooring
Add Railings and Grab Bars

Improve Activities of Daily Living
Install Comfort-Height Toilets, Grab Bars, and Hard Flooring
Ensure Food Preparation Area is Safe and Easy to Use

About Salt Lake Valley Habitat for Humanity

Since 1986, Salt Lake Valley Habitat for Humanity has made safe and decent shelter a matter of conscience and action through our three pillars of service: a Nonprofit Home Building Program which has helped more than 110 low-income families become first-time homeowners, a Nonprofit Critical Home Repair Program which has ensured that over 600 people live in safe and healthy homes, and the Salt Lake ReStore building materials thrift store, which provides low-cost home improvement and household supplies to thousands of people and diverts over 600 tons of material from area landfills annually. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International. 

Salt Lake Valley Habitat for Humanity

Veterans and First Responders Support Group 

Veterans and First Responders Support Group Flyer

Veterans and First Responders Support Group
No cost or co-pay, no registration required
Mondays, 6 to 7:30 PM in the Forest Room at Davis Behavioral Health, 934 South Main Street, Kaysville, UT 84041. 

Any amount or rank of military service is welcome.

Services include: 

1. Individual therapy 
2. Group therapy
3. Medication management
4. A case management team
5. Substance and mental health services
6. a 24/7 crisis line
7. Certified peer supports

For more information, call 801-773-7060 or visit www.dbhutah.org

SHARP SurveySHARP Survey Description

What is the SHARP Survey?

The Student Health and Risk Prevention (SHARP) survey is conducted by the Utah Department of Health & Human Services every other year. It’s given to Utah students in 6th through 12th grades. It’s anonymous and asks questions about physical, social and mental health; substance use; social connections; basic demographics; risky or harmful behaviors—and what protects kids from these things.

SHARP is confidential.

We understand that students need to feel safe. That’s why the SHARP survey is confidential and anonymous. Nothing your child reports can be linked to them or your family. Results are reported at a local level and available online. Your family’s privacy is a priority.

SHARP is voluntary.

Your child’s participation in the survey is completely voluntary and requires your permission. Your child may stop the survey at any time or skip questions if they choose. They will not be penalized for not participating. The survey takes about 30 to 45 minutes and is given during one class period. The questions your child gets depend on the grade they are in. Sixth graders do not get the same survey as older students. The more students who participate, the clearer the picture is. With more accurate information, you’re able to better protect your family’s health.

SHARP is important.

The SHARP survey has provided insight into things affecting our kids for more than 20 years. It helps parents know what to talk about with their kids. It also helps schools, teachers, parents, public health, and community leaders work together to help Utah students. Your participation helps us spot growing concerns, like increases in mental health needs or vaping, and craft effective solutions.

Learn more at

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