The Diversity Foundation
The Diversity Foundation began assisting the ex-FLDS people (men, women, and single-parent families) in 2002 after the FLDS church closed its public schools, leaving the youth in its community without an opportunity for formal education. In fact, many of the young men and women that come to the Diversity Foundation have never even set foot inside a school. Our efforts consist of providing the opportunity for a quality education, beginning many times with assistance in helping to obtain a GED, and then helping them to obtain a higher education or vocational training. Additionally, we assist in helping ex-FLDS people to obtain medical and dental health support, psychological counseling, life skills instruction, and social services.
Many of these young people have excelled scholastically. They continue to receive high marks of achievement in high school and college. They are enthusiastic about their education and have pursued college degrees in engineering, medicine, accounting, business, law, psychology, and others.
Thanks to outside support, the Diversity Foundation can assist these young people in becoming self-sufficient, independent, contributing adults in their communities. to society.
505 West 10200 South
South Jordan, Utah 84095
Shannon Price, LCSW
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