Pathways Domestic Violence Shelter & Survivor Advocacy Center

Located in Tooele, UT, South Valley Services has now merged with Pathways: Domestic Violence Shelter & Survivor Advocacy Center.

Pathways offers emergency shelter for individuals and families who are fleeing from domestic violence and 24-hour crisis response for survivors of sexual assault/rape and sex trafficking. They provide a home-like atmosphere with trained professionals who staff our facility 24/7. Services and resources are provided to assist our guests in healing and gaining independence.

Advocacy and shelter services are confidential and free of charge.

Survivor Advocacy Center 

Located at 7 South Main St., Suite 305, Tooele UT, open Monday-Thursday from 8a.m.-5p.m. and Friday by appointment. Services offered are geared towards safety planning, connecting survivors with community resources, and providing ongoing support. Critical services include referrals to mental health resources, employment assistance, and legal advocacy support to guide survivors through criminal and civil legal matters. While not attorneys, our advocates offer crucial support and accompaniment.

Services Offered

24 Hours Crisis Line

Our trained advocates are available to answer calls 24-hours per day to provide information and resources, safety planning, support, or to connect survivors to advocacy services. We access phone interpretation support for those who do not speak English.

Emergency Shelter 

Pathways offers safe, confidential, short-term housing for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault at our 12-bed emergency shelter. 

Our shelter is for individuals and families experiencing abuse who are at high risk of danger from their abuser and who need to escape into a safe confidential setting. The shelter offers trauma informed comprehensive advocacy and support focused on safety planning, stable housing, and acquiring the necessary resources so that individuals and families can live free of domestic violence. Our advocates and case managers provide confidential life skills and support groups in-house and provide services to help to identify, plan, and facilitate access to resources that meet the needs of survivors and their families.

Community Advocacy

Community advocates are here to help you plan for your safety, connect you with community resources, and continue offering our support through safety planning, referrals to mental health, employment searching and other needs. Services are available to all survivors of domestic violence or sexual assault.

Legal advocates provide information and support regarding criminal and/or civil legal matters. While they are not attorneys and cannot represent you in court, they can help navigate the legal system and provide support and accompaniment through processes such as protection orders, divorce proceedings and parenting plans. Referrals to free legal clinics and referrals to other free or low-cost attorneys are also available.

Community Support Groups

Support Groups are offered to the community to break down barriers of isolation and to provide a caring atmosphere and forum to discuss the impacts of domestic violence and sexual assault on individuals, families, and the community. Every Tuesday fro, 6-7 p.m. at our Survivor Advocacy Center.  For more information, please call our support line at 435-843-1677


Contact Information:

Office:  435.843.1677 

Survivor Adovacy Center:  435.231.1005

Crisis Line:  435.231.3557 

In-Kind Donations Drop-off Location:

Survivor Advocacy Center

7 South Main Streeet, Suite 305

Tooele, UT 84074