Help Me Grow | United Way of Utah County

Privacy Policy

Help Me Grow Utah (HMGU) provides you and your family with information and resources to help you and each of your children. HMGU provides no direct services, meaning we only answer questions, provide information, and connect you to useful resources. To best serve you, HMGU collects some personal and service information. Download the Privacy Policy Forms below:

Grievance Policy

If you believe you have been discriminated against or if you disagree with the action, person, service or decision of Help Me Grow Utah, you have the right to express this grievance and request action. Help Me Grow will respond in relation to your request, typically offering to coordinate correspondence with program administration or terminate services/contact.

Help Me Grow Utah Data Collection

A Brief History

Our roots are founded in research. In 2010, the United Way of Utah County noticed Help Me Grow’s model, felt confident in its potential for good, and decided to kickstart a chapter in Utah. (Plus, it was a great fit for the information and referral system, “211,” operated by the United Way of Utah County) Since 2010, we’ve used data to promote optimal development during pregnancy, help with early childhood development, and ease parental burdens.

Our impact: How we’re making a difference

The most critical period of child development is from birth to age five. Because Help Me Grow Utah wants to provide parents with the best, research-verified interventions during these crucial developmental periods, we employ strategic data collection methods. We specifically collect outcome-oriented data, like scores on parental satisfaction surveys and the number of screenings completed, to ensure that our services are truly enhancing the lives of families across Utah.

Our cycle of perpetual learning helps us find areas to improve and provides families with the highest quality services possible. Take a look at our yearly performance measures below and see what we’ve accomplished recently!

Take a look at what we’ve accomplished: