End School Zone sign. Jeff Sheen at Open House. Al Romeo Young adults present at AUCD.Employee parking sign.


BLT Project Staff

Project Director - Judith Holt, PhD
Project Co-Director - Sue Olsen, MEd
Project Coordinator - Alfred N. Romeo, RN, PhD; Telephone: 801-584-8535
Project Training Specialist - Jeff Sheen, MSW

Mailing Address

Alfred N. Romeo, PhD
Utah Department of Health
PO Box 144610
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4610

Voice Telephone: 801-584-8535
Fax: 801-584-8488

Get Involved and Help Others

If you are a Utah youth or young adult and have helpful hints, stories, poems, artwork, videos, or other materials that you think would help your friends and neighbors as they transition from childhood to adulthood, please send them to the BLT Project Staff. Please download, fill out, and email back a Media Consent Form (in Word) so we have your permission to use your materials on our web site. Our staff and Advisory Committee will review your submissions for posting on this web site. Thanks!

Last updated: December 3, 2012.

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