When the COVID-19 pandemic shut down businesses and restaurants, it also caused the closure of many non-profit agencies partnered with the United Way of Utah County.
For Scott Allen, 52, who is very social, the closure of United Way partner Recreation and Habilitation, or RAH, was hard.
When Scott was very young he had seizures that caused intellectual disabilities. Rather than institutionalizing him as was the trend in those days, his family cared for him at home. RAH has been his social outlet.
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