SHELTERS - COMMUNITY RESOURCES
**Dial 2-1-1 from any phone in Arizona or www.cir.org/211arizona**
CONTACS Shelter Hotline: 1-800-799-7739 or 602-263-8900 (24 hour hotline)
Housing and Shelter: www.ShelterListings.org
Homeless Shelters, Supportive Housing, Housing for Low Income, Halfway Housing, Transitional Housing, Day Shelters, Low Cost Housing
Community Info & Referral Service- 602-534-4732 or 602-263-8856
24-hr emergency referral service; www.cir.org/211arizona
UMOM – 602-275-7852 Ext. 230
UMOM is the largest homeless shelter for families in Arizona. UMOM New Day Centers programs include: New Day Shelters, Next Step Housing, Domestic Violence Shelter, Watkins Basic Needs Shelter
Family Promise of Greater Phoenix-480-659-5227
7221 East Belleview Street, Phoenix, AZ 85257
Accepts only families with children, and are dedicated to keeping the family together. We have zero tolerance for substance abuse or violence, and accept into our program only parents able to work in the U.S. (Emergency Shelter/Transitional)
Save the Family – 480-898-0228
450 West 4th Place, Mesa, AZ 85201
Operating over 180 units of housing Valleywide, we provide transitional housing for homeless families and housing to keep working poor families stable through market adjusted rents.
Salvation Army Family Service Center- 602-267-4130
2707 E. Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ
Emergency Shelter for Families
Homeward Bound 602-263-7654
2302 W. Colter, Phoenix, AZ 85015
Transitional housing serving families with children
Family Promise 480-659-5227
(Pls call DB Stop at 480-890-3039 for background check – felons NOT allowed to keep families safe.)
7221 East Belleview Street, Scottsdale
Emergency shelter for families
Phoenix Rescue Mission– 602-346-3387 **Must come in person
1801 S. 35th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85009.
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.)
ID Required: Any government/state issued identification containing photo and name is required to stay at the shelter.
The Respite Shelter for Homeless Men- 602-870-4353
7000 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85020
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.
House of Refuge Sunnyslope– 602-678-0223 **Long term transitional housing 4+ months and up
9835 N 7th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85020
They have two houses…One for working men only ($90 per wk-includes 3 meals a day)…and the second for working women with children $75.00 week -apartments).
Mary Ellen’s Place 602-841-7663
224 East Hatcher, Phoenix AZ 85020
Shelter for Female Veterans
1120 W. Watkins, Phoenix, AZ 85007
It is the last resort for single women and families when there are no other shelters with openings. They provide breakfast and dinner, a place to shower and clothes if needed.
Sun Dance Lodge- 602-870-0376
1825 W. Northern Ave, Phoenix, AZ
For women dealing with sex trafficking and/or prostitution only, year long housing.
YMCA Downtown Housing 602-257-5138; www.valleyymca.org
350 N. 1st Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85003
Nightly, Weekly and Monthly rates available
United States Mission Transitional Housing -602-283-4635
1821 E. Avalon, Phoenix, AZ 85016
Offers a work based transitional housing program. Will provide food, clothes, and shelter to homeless individuals who are willing to fund-raise money for themselves and the facility. 0-50% of the earnings will go to the house and the individual.
Lamplighter- 602-254-5282**Long term transitional housing
1945 W Van Buren St, Phoenix, AZ 85009
Shelter for ALL
Central AZ Shelter Services- 602-256-6945
1209 W Madison St, Phoenix, AZ 85007
Shelter for ALL
Global Life Charities 602-256-9403
1542 E. McKinley St, Phoenix, AZ 85006
Self funded Non-profit agency, our services range from Shelter and Clothing assistance, Full service Dining Room open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, we provide job services, and much more.
Nova Safe Haven 602-528-0758
210 S.12th Av., Phoenix, AZ 85007
Shelter for the Adult Mentally Challenged
Andre House 602-255-0580
1002 W Polk, Phoenix, AZ 85007
Transitional housing serving single adults
Dana’s Center 480-461-1033
731 W Dana, Mesa, AZ 85210
Transitional housing serving men and women
715 W. Mariposa, Phoenix AZ 85013
Emergency shelter/transitional living for girls ages 10-17
Sojourner's Center: Crisis 602-244-0089, Resources 602-253-9180
Shelter and support services to individuals affected by domestic violence.
Maggie’s Place for pregnant girls 602-262-5555
Transitional Living Communities
24 S McDonald, Mesa, AZ 85210
480-461-3136 (Men’s Facility)
480-833-0143 (Women’s Facility)
480-833-0143 (Corporate number)
Transitional housing serving men and women
Magellan Crisis Hotline - 1-800-564-5465
Connections AZ 602-416-7600
903 N.2nd Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004
For mental health issues
FOOD BOX/HOT MEAL
Gospel Mission 602- 233-0300
1801 S. 35th Avenue, Phoenix
St. Vincent de Paul 602-340-5981
1075 W. Jackson, Phoenix
Andre House 602- 255-0580 or 602- 252-9023
2313 S. 11th Avenue, Phoenix
St. Vincent de Paul, Sunnyslope 602-344-0139
9227 N. 10th Avenue, Phoenix
Food Stamps 800-352-8401
Area Agency on Aging, 24-Hours A Day SENIOR Helpline 602-265-4357
The Senior HELP LINE staff can assist in answering your questions about transportation, housing options, legal help, home delivered meals, home care, nursing care, long-term care and other services.
WellCare Foundation 602-263-7619
55 E Lexington Ave, Phoenix
Provides free healthcare to single working mothers and their children who do not have health insurance or government assistance.
Fresh Start Women’s Foundation 602-252-8494; www.wehelpwomen.com
Resource center for women in transition
Arizona Women’s Education and Employment 602.223.4333; www.awee.org
Workforce development organization, offering a diverse range of evidence-based training and support services throughout Maricopa and Yavapai counties.
McKinney-Vento Coordinator- in every school district…will assist parents of homeless children
YMCA 602-404-9622; www.valleyymca.org
Arizona Department of Veterans' Services 602.255.3373 www.azdvs.gov
3839 North 3rd Street, Suite 209, Phoenix