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Phoenix, Arizona

Youth Shelters

HomeBase Shelter

HomeBase offers dorm-style housing for 25 youth including meals, access to computers, laundry room, small gym and TV room.  Case managers are located on-site and help youth improve their job and/or educational status and learn how to be responsible for their health and living environment while meeting financial responsibilities. HomeBase is integrated with Native American Connections Behavioral Health Services.

931 E. Devonshire Phoenix, Arizona 85014

(602) 263-7773 


Open Hands Emergency Shelter

This ten-bed residential emergency shelter in Phoenix provides a safe, home-like setting for youth experiencing homelessness, family conflict or abuse. Open Hands offers individual and family counseling with family reunification as the goal. Youth who aren’t able to safely return home may stay for a longer term and receive life skills and workforce training.

3333 E Van Buren St, Phoenix, AZ 85008

(602) 275-7852


UMOM Young Adult Program 

This program offers transitional housing to youth who have no viable family support. Typically coming from foster care or the community-at-large, these young people are provided with case management, counseling, group support and, most importantly, housing. These programs are available at two central Phoenix locations.

3333 E Van Buren St, Phoenix, AZ 85008

(602) 275-7852


Our Family Services 

We are proud of our Reunion House shelter—a crisis shelters for abused, homeless, and runaway teens (ages 12 – 17); it’s the only shelter of its kind in all of Southern Arizona. It also has programs for young adults ages 18-24 years old.

2590 N. Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ 85712 

(520) 320-5122


One N Ten 

POND (Promise of a New Day) housing program provides youth ages 18-24 years old in single occupancy apartments for up to two years. It provides them with onsite case management, mental health, and employment coaching.

1101 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004

(602) 400-2601



CASS Single Adult Shelter

230 S 12th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007

(602) 229-5155


Justa Center

Justa Center is a day center, open every day at 7 a.m. for seniors, age 55 and older, who, like you, want a trusted partner, support, and access to resources while you work on returning to stable housing. Services focus on resource development, housing development, nursing and medical support services, services coordination and on site resources.

1001 W Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85007

(602) 254-6524


Ozanam Manor

Ozanam Manor offers a safe, nurturing, and supportive environment, with caring individual case managers, mentors and classes. Guests receive the help they need to end their homelessness by pursuing opportunities available to them. Group activities help residents rebuild community living skills and enhance their abilities to live happy and healthy lives in the mainstream society.

320 W. Watkins Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85003

(602) 850-6900


Men Shelters

Phoenix Rescue Mission 

All shelter guests (Men only) must enter the property through the security entrance on Cocopah. Intake Hours: Monday-Sunday, 6:30 a.m-6:30 p.m. You must come in person to reserve your bed. (Since shelter beds are limited, early morning sign-ups are recommended.)

1801 S. 35th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85009

(602) 233-3000 


The Respite Shelter for Homeless Men 

We provide shelter and supportive services to homeless men after they have been discharged from a health care facility and need a place to heal.

7000 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85020

(602) 870-4353


East Valley Men’s Center

The East Valley Men's Center (EVMC) is an emergency shelter for up to 76 homeless men who make the commitment to become self-sufficient and move back into the community.  There are 18 transitional housing beds. Services include food, shelter, basic needs, case management, community resources navigation, work assistance, life skills classes and financial coaching.

2345 N Country Club Dr, Mesa, AZ 85201

(480) 610-6722


Primavera Foundation: Men’s Shelter

Primavera provides a variety of options from emergency shelter stays to long-term affordable housing. You are eligible for a seven-night stay with an extension up to 60 days if you qualify. At the Men’s Shelter you have access to laundry, meals, showers, hygiene supplies, clothing, resources, respite, and case management. You are eligible to stay if you are an unaccompanied male 18 years or older, stay clean and sober while on premises, do not have a level 2 or 3 sex offense conviction, and are willing to participate in case management.

200 E. Benson Highway, Tucson, AZ 85713

(520) 623-4300


Women (and children)

Maggie’s Place 

Maggie’s Place provides life-changing programs and services for pregnant and parenting women and their children by offering a warm and welcoming community, a safe place to live and learn, and on-going services to help them become self-sufficient. Within their programs, they offer child development and enrichment which includes positive parenting classes and one on one consultation, family coaching, infant and child safety classes, infant brain development classes, and screening for the children. The family success center helps clients reach stability and independence through assessment of needs, immediate stabilization in a clean and safe environment, creating a specific individual success plan, support in enrolling in public assistance, evidence-based parenting classes, life skills, and transition plans. Improving family relations are designed to help the mothers build stability in life and prepare them for independent living. There are multiple homes: this small-scale, scattered-site housing model resembles real life. Our participants live in residential neighborhoods and access services both at home and at our Family Success Center. Maggie’s Place provides the structure, guidance and encouragement that the young mothers need to be successful as parents and successful, secure adults. Residents can stay until their child is nine months of age, and in certain cases, longer.

4001 N 30th St, Phoenix, AZ 85016

(602) 262-5555

Halle Women’s Center

Halle Center is the first Arizona shelter designed specifically for women. Three women share a room with a private bathroom. Nutritious meals are served three times a day. Daytime hours are available for work with case managers to gain skills, find jobs, solve problems and identify a path to permanent housing.

3333 E Van Buren St, Phoenix, AZ 85008

(602) 275-7852


The Changing Lives Center for Women & Children

As the only faith-based recovery program in the region offering long-term, comprehensive services to women and children, the Changing Lives Center helps to transform people from the inside out. The facility can house and provide for approximately 200 women and children. The 12- to-18-month program provides a stable, nurturing environment where women work through addiction and abuse issues. They receive life skills education and counseling, and ultimately become self-sufficient through career assessment and job placement.

338 N 15th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007

(602) 688-6211


Prescott Area Shelter Services

Our Shelter provides the following services year-round: food, shelter, clothing, resources, and case management.

336 N. Rush Street Prescott, Arizona 86301

(928) 778-5933


Sun Dance Lodge

For women dealing with sex trafficking and/or prostitution only, year-round housing. 

1825 W. Northern Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85021

(602) 870-0376



Catholic Charities Community Services Emergency Shelter

If you and your family are homeless, our emergency housing provides you with shelter, support services and case management for up to 120 days as we help you work toward independence and permanent housing.

2101 N 4th St. Flagstaff, AZ 86004

(928) 774-9125 


Family Promise of Greater Phoenix 

Family Promise’s mission is to provide emergency shelter and social services to help families move toward independent housing and self-sufficiency. We accept only families with children and we are dedicated to keeping the family together. In our Emergency Shelter, we focus on resolving the family’s immediate crisis and provide food, safe shelter, clothing, and help them find daycare, schools, employment and social services.  Within 60 days the family has generally stabilized and a parent is employed.  We continue to give encouragement and case management while they transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency.

7221 E. Belleview St. Scottsdale, AZ 85257

(480) 659-5227


La Mesita Family Homeless Shelter 

La Mesita Family Homeless Shelter is a 16-unit family shelter that provides services to help homeless families with minor aged children. It is a warm, safe, secure temporary home for families in crisis. Services include temporary emergency shelter, case management, behavioral health services for children, childcare through head start, access point for workforce, and provision of basic living needs.


Vista Colina 

Vista Colina is an apartment complex with 12 one bedroom and 18 two-bedroom units and is currently leased to Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS) for the operation of an Emergency Family Shelter. CASS provides homeless families with children under 18 years of age with shelter for up to 90 days.

10421 N. 33rd Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85051   

(602) 228-7832


UMOM New Day Centers

UMOM New Day Centers campus, each family lives in a private room. Case managers guide families as they create an individual housing plan – essentially, their own strategy to confront and overcome the challenges that led to homelessness. Provides a computer lab, vocational training and licensed, onsite childcare – aid clients in obtaining a job. A licensed wellness clinic helps kids and young adults stay healthy and in school.

3333 E Van Buren St, Phoenix, AZ 85008

(602) 275-7852


Homeward Bound AZ

Offers over 70 furnished clean, and safe two-bedroom apartments. Case managers to help families with budgeting, life skills, and setting goals. Support services include GED tutoring, job help, free classes on self-esteem, parent, and more. Emergency pantries offer food, clothing, and household items.

2302 West Colter Street Phoenix, AZ 85015

(602) 263-7654


Save The Family

Offers various programs including homeless families intervention project, rapid re-housing, transitional housing, shelter, affordable rental movement, supportive services for veteran families, and youth programs.

125 E. University Dr. Mesa, AZ 85201
(480) 898-0228


Primavera Foundation- Family Pathways

Family Pathways is an emergency shelter program for families of any configuration with minor children who are currently experiencing homelessness.
702 S. 6th Ave.Tucson, AZ  85701

(520) 623-5111


Domestic Violence 

Family Renewal Center 

Our mission is to break the cycle of abuse by healing the abused, the abuser, and those affected by abuse; providing stable, long term housing and education for women and children in the West Valley, and rehabilitating the abuser.

4727 E. Bell Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85032

(602) 493-2016


Autumn House Domestic Violence Shelter 

Valley residents are able to receive emergency shelter and basic needs through county-wide services. Staff members refer callers to the appropriate intervention with safety as the number one priority.


Sojourner Center

Sojourner Center is comprised of two campuses: a crisis shelters and a transitional apartment complex. Sojourner Center staff provides a continuum of care services to thousands of women and children fleeing domestic violence from all over the country. Our services range from supporting the basic needs of a family to providing residential and childcare programs.

2055 W. Northern Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85021

(602) 244-0997



Offers emergency shelter, transitional housing, offender treatment, counseling, mobile victim advocacy, and community education.


Community Alliance Against Family Abuse

Provides a crisis line 24/7. CAAFA provides a safe, secure and confidential place to stay for those affected by domestic and sexual abuse a well as sexual trafficking victims while they recover from emotional, physical and financial abuse. CAAFA provides weekly support groups and empowerment sessions.

879 N Plaza Dr. Apache Junction, Arizona 85120

(480) 982-0205


Chicanos Por La Causa (De Colores)

De Colores programs offers crisis programs (provide immediate safety and security for families), housing and advocacy interventions, youth programs (prevention education, support and positive interactions), and community-based programs (counseling and case management).

6850 W Indian School Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85033

(623) 247-0464



Primarvera Foundation: Project Action for Veterans

Primavera's Project Action for Veterans program provides housing support services and temporary financial assistance to veterans and their families that are facing eviction or homelessness. Services provided include VA benefits, job training assistance, healthcare services, daily living services, personal financial planning services, income support services, fiduciary and representative payee services, legal services, and childcare services.

3504 S. 6th Ave., Tucson, AZ  85701

(520) 308-3093


Catholic Charities: Mana House 

Formerly known as Madison Street Veterans Association, the MANA (Marines, Army, Navy, Airforce) House is a peer-support organization of homeless and formerly homeless veterans. We help support veterans rebuilding their lives by providing support from our staff and partners.

2422 W. Holly St. Phoenix, AZ 85009

(602) 254-6785


U.S Vets 

Provides housing, employment, and counseling services to our nation’s veterans, the men and women from all branches of the armed forces who have served their country.

917 E. Gurley St. Prescott, AZ 86301

(928) 583-7204



Food Pantries 

Hope for Hunger Food Bank

Every day, Hope for Hunger Food Bank provides emergency food and more for roughly 130 families in Glendale and parts of Phoenix and Peoria.

5605 N. 55th Ave. Glendale, AZ 85301

(602) 773-4344


Andre House 

We have a large main dining room that accommodates ~150 guests and a smaller dining room for families and people with special needs. We start each meal from scratch. Fresh vegetables picked up from the food bank, fresh bread donated from a bakery, and 40 pounds of frozen ground beef serves as the base for most meals. Each day we serve a fresh lettuce salad and many days we have a fresh fruit salad as well. We serve six days a week (Saturday through Thursday 5:30 – 6:30 pm) to all who are hungry.

213 S 11th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85007

(602) 255-0580


St. Mary’s Food Bank 

We offer an array of programs designed to help those in need receive food and other types of assistance.

2831 N. 31st Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85009

(602) 242-FOOD


HonorHealth Desert Mission 

Offers several free and reduced cost food programs, nutrition education, and resource and referral services. Whether using Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program/food stamp benefits to buy food or receiving a free federal emergency food box, countless clients rely on the food bank.

9229 N. Fourth St., Phoenix, AZ 85020

(602) 870-6062


Clinics HIV Medical 

Wellcare Foundation 

Provides free healthcare to single working mothers and their children who do not have health insurance or government assistance.

55 E Lexington Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85012

(602) 263-7619


Lodestar Day Center

The collaboration of all the social services under one roof allows Lodestar Day Resource Center to uniquely help individuals experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County. In depth assessments are performed for clients to determine their individual needs. Physical and mental health issues can be addressed there. Clients have access to legal assistance, probation resources and Homeless Court. Partner resources assist with obtaining lost I. D’s and postal services. Comprehensive resources are available to clients for both housing and employment.

1125 W Jackson St. Phoenix, AZ 85007

(602) 393-9930


Native American Connections 

General mental health services for adults may include individual, group or family therapy, outreach and engagement, case management, medication monitoring, behavior management and life skills. Services children and families through assessment, evaluations, counseling, case management, outpatient substance use, and family therapy.

4520 N Central Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85012

(602) 424-2060


Chicanos Por La Causa: Friendship

CPLC Friendship’s community-based Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for SMI adults provides intensive services following, or to prevent, a psychiatric hospitalization. We offer coordinated care with other community providers for long-term integrated psychiatric and substance abuse treatment as well as crisis prevention and medication management. Our services include both 1:1 and Group Counseling and serve both SMI Title 19 and non-19 populations. We provide transportation and two full meals per day catered by STAR. CPLC Friendship, CMHC is the only certified Medicare IOP program in Arizona and accepts most insurance plans.

1107 E Tonto St. Phoenix, AZ 85034

(602) 241-6656


Horizon Health & Wellness

Horizon Health and Wellness has offered a full range of mental health services for all ages and stages of life. In addition to behavioral health, we also provide primary care and preventative health services. They offer children’s services, crisis services, domestic violence services, family medicine, primary care, groups, habilitation services, inpatient behavioral health, lab services, observation unit, outpatient behavioral health, pharmacy, psychiatric services, residential, substance abuse, supported employment, supportive housing, and transportation

625 North Plaza Drive Apache Junction, Arizona 85120 

(480) 983-0065


Substance Abuse 

Transforming Lives Center

Transformations is a 12-to-18-month, Christ-centered program featuring Bible study, counseling, addiction recovery education, relapse prevention, life-skills development, vocational training, on-site work therapy, discipleship, group meetings, church attendance, and support group meetings. Based out of our Community Solutions Center, this is where the men in the transformation program find hope and a new identity in Christ. The program consists of three phases, plus an aftercare option.

1801 S. 35th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85009

(602) 346-3384


Patina Wellness Center

Patina Wellness Center provides substance use and co-occurring treatment services focusing on the integration of mind, body, and spirit. NAC’s clinical services are holistic, strengths based, and culturally responsive. Native American traditional healing practices anchor evidence-based practices to foster an empowering and supportive environment; creating a pathway to hope, wellness, and an improved quality of life.

337 E. Virginia Avenue, Phoenix AZ 85004

(602) 226-4500


Chicanos Por La Causa: Corazon

CPLC Corazón features a range of substance abuse services, including group, individual, family, and couples’ therapy, in addition to nightly community 12-step support groups. Our 65-bed, ADA accessible residential facility provides all meals, an on-site laundry facility free of charge, a basketball court, and a garden. We offer holistic health techniques including yoga, tai chi, chi gong, and sweat lodge.

3639 W Lincoln St. Phoenix, AZ 85009

(602) 233-9747


Sunlight of the Spirit 

Our primary goal is to help women focus on recovery as a way of life. Sunlight of the Spirit's 6-month commitment provides the time to develop the necessary skills to build a rich and full life. Abstinence is just the beginning. Healthy and continuous sobriety requires many significant changes.

2610 W Mclellan Blvd, Phoenix AZ 85017

(602) 864-5032

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