The Arizona Coalition to End Homelessness is a membership-based advocacy organization, which does not provide any direct service, such as shelter, housing, or rental/utility assistance. However, all of our Member Agencies are working to end homelessness through housing stability or expand affordable housing opportunities for all. Please contact our Member Agencies or SEE BELOW for more information about accessing local emergency shelter and housing assistance, as well as where to access more information regarding local rental or utility assistance agencies.Emergency Shelter in MARICOPA COUNTY
In order to better utilize community resources and create equal opportunity access to a wide array of services, anyone experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County (Continuum of Care managed by Maricopa Association of Governments) can access a wide range of service providers and supportive services by calling or visiting the following locations:
ADULTS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS
206 S. 12th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85007 • (602) 229-5155
OR CONTACT: Community Bridges PATH Team at 877-931-9142 (24/7)
VETERANS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS
VISIT OR CALL: VA Community Resource & Referral Center
1500 E. Thomas Road, Suite #106, Phoenix, AZ 85014 • (602) 248-6040
OR CONTACT: Homeless Veterans Resource at (877) 4AID-VET (24/7)
FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS
FOR ACCESS TO UMOM, WATKINS, CASS-VISTA COLINA, & SALVATION ARMY FAMILY EMERGENCY SHELTERS,
CALL the Family Housing Hub (FHH) at (602) 595-8700 for a pre-screen and next steps
FHH is located at UMOM New Day Centers • 3307 E. Van Buren, #108, Phoenix, AZ 85008
YOUTH EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS
VISIT OR CALL: Tumbleweed (a service of UMOM) 24-hour crisis hotline: (602) 841-5799 • (866) SAFE703
Now located at UMOM New Day Centers at 3307 E. Van Buren Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008
VISIT OR CALL: one•n•ten (LGBTQ): 3660 N. 3rd Street, Phoenix, AZ • Open M-F from 4-8PM • (602) 279-0894
CALL: HomeBase Youth Services (Native American Connections): Call (602) 263-7773 to check availability (24/7)
In order to better utilize community resources and create equal opportunity access to a wide array of services, anyone experiencing homelessness in Tucson/Pima County (Continuum of Care managed by Tucson Pima Collaboration to End Homelessness) can get more information regarding access to a wide range of service providers and supportive services:
NEED A BED TONIGHT? Visit for most recent updates on available shelter beds: http://mycommunitypt.com/pima/
HOMELESS OR ABOUT TO BE? Download or view the latest Coordinated Entry Access Points document (near the top of the page) to start your search for housing help at a location or with a listed mobile specialist.
For the most comprehensive information regarding emergency shelters and assistance for the remaining thirteen counties in Arizona, which make up the Balance of State Continuum of Care (collaborative program of Arizona Department of Housing), please call or visit the service providers listed in Apache County, Cochise County, Coconino County, Graham County, Greenlee County, Gila County, La Paz County, Mohave County, Navajo County, Pinal County, Santa Cruz County, Yavapai County, and Yuma County:
In need of rental assistance in Arizona?
SUMMER HEAT RELIEF!
As we know, Arizona summers can be deadly, with over 2,000 Arizonans going to the ER annually since 2011 due to heat-related illnesses. On average, Phoenix and Yuma experience over 100 days of triple-digit heat per year. Please be mindful of the many heat dangers posed to those without homes, as we know that over one-third of heat-related deaths in this desert climate are incurred by those experiencing homelessness.
Donate water or find hydration/refuge stations in your area:
Do you have a heat relief resource in your area to add to this list? Please let us know at COALITION@AZCEH.ORG.
PRINTABLE INFO & RESOURCE PAMPHLETS
Are you a concerned citizen or local business owner wondering where to refer and what more you can do? Download these PRINTABLE information & resource pamphlets for each of Arizona's THREE Continua of Care, which highlights WHO is experiencing homelessness, WHERE these individuals and families can be referred, HOW to assist beyond monetary support, and more:
Because every Arizonan deserves a safe place to call home.