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All of our sponsorships are currently filled! We are looking for donors to help with some of our other individual holiday items. 

If you are interested, please click the button below!


Lantern House exists to aid the poor, needy, and homeless by providing them food, shelter, and critical emergency services. We provide a hand up rather than a hand out. Our goal is to transition residents from shelter to housing; encouraging their sense of independence, self-sufficiency, and self-confidence. We are committed to carry out this mission while treating those who come to us with compassion, dignity, and respect.


We provide 24/7 services to individuals and families experiencing a housing or food crisis.


Call us: 801-621-5036

or come into our center

269 W. 33rd St. 

Ogden, Utah 84401


Pets are welcome.


Scroll down to see a comprehensive list of all the services we offer.


Visit our volunteer page to find out more about current volunteer opportunities, donation needs, and more ways you can help support our organization. 


Still can't find what you need?

Contact our Community Outreach Director, Stacey Gallegos at sgallegos@stannescenter.org


We are currently hiring! Submit your form here and someone from our organization will contact you.


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Lantern House offers shelter for men, women, and families of all sizes. 

- Check-in time for residents is between 6:00pm-9:00pm

- Nightly check-in time is 10:00pm

- Pets are welcome

Soup Kitchen

St. Anne's Soup Kitchen

Meals are available to any individual in need. Meals are served at the following times 7 days a week. Grab&Go meals are available. 


- Breakfast 7:00am-8:00am

- Lunch 12:00pm-1:00pm

-Dinner 5:30-6:30pm


Case Management & Critical Needs Support

Our case managers are standing by to help with all of your needs. We offer support in the following ways:

- Individualized plans and on-on-one support from your case manager

- Deposit & Rental Assistance

- Transportation

- On-site court hearings for clients in collaboration with the Weber County Justice Dept.

- Mental health and addiction recovery support groups

-Vocational Support (resume building, job search, application assistance)

- Document Recovery (drivers licenses, social security cards, etc.)

- Take home food boxes, hygiene kits, clothing  for school, work, and play

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Midtown Community Health Center's Hope Clinic is located on the 2nd floor of Lantern House. They offer medical, dental, pediatric, psychiatric, and pharmaceutical care to community members experiencing homelessness.

Contact them at: 801-393-2742