FrontLine Services, Inc. provides support and services to individuals with
disabilities in Utah. The agency serves individuals with a range of
disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, physical disabilities,
To be eligible for services from FrontLine, an individual must have a
qualifying disability that meets specific criteria outlined by DSPD. The
criteria include a diagnosis of a permanent disability that significantly
impairs the individual's ability to function independently in daily life
FrontLine provides services to individuals who exhibit behaviors that are
challenging and require specialized support and intervention. These
behaviors may include aggression, self-injurious behavior, and disruptive
behavior that interferes with daily routines.
FrontLine serves individuals of all ages, including children, adolescents,
and adults. The agency provides services to individuals living in group
homes, living in professional parent or host homes, supported living
arrangements, attending Day Program and other community-based settings, as
well as services to children in DCFS custody.
The population served by FrontLine Services includes individuals with a wide
range of disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, physical
disabilities, developmental disabilities, and autism spectrum disorders. The
agency also provides services to individuals with traumatic brain injury,
cerebral palsy, spina bifida, and other conditions that significantly impair
their ability to function independently.
Overall, FrontLine Services is committed to providing high-quality,
person-centered services to individuals with disabilities in Utah. The
agency works closely with individuals, their families, their support
coordinator and other support team members to develop individualized plans
that meet their unique needs and goals.