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Below are 13 shelters for homeless in Maricopa, AZ County.

Arizona Behavioral Health Corporation - Nova Safe Haven (for The Mentally Ill)
Phoenix, AZ - 85004
(602) 712-9200

Mission-Providing quality, affordable supportive housing for persons with behavioral health needs in Maricopa county.

Fresh Start Women's Foundation - Jewell Mcfarland Lewis Fresh Start Women's Resource Center (for Women & Children)
Phoenix, AZ - 85006
(602) 252-8494

Mission: Fresh Start Women's Foundation empowers women to transform their lives through engagement and education.

U.s. Vets - Phoenix (for Veterans)
Phoenix, AZ - 85040
(602) 305-8585

U.S.VETS-Phoenix began providing services to veterans in October of 2001. It is one of two locations in Arizona and serves 175-200 veterans each day. U.S.VETS-Phoenix also provides supportive and case management services to about 30 veterans in the long term supportive housing provided by Cloudbreak.

Arizona Behavioral Health Corporation - House Of Refuge East
Phoenix, AZ - 85004
(602) 712-9200

ABC contracts with House of Refugee East (HRE) to provide transitional housing to homeless families. For more information on this program,

Save The Family Foundation Of Arizona
Mesa, AZ - 85201
(480) 898-0228

Mission-Family homelessness is damaging to everyone it touches. Save the Family empowers families to conquer homelessness and achieve life-long independence.

Andre House
Phoenix, AZ - 85007
(602) 255-0580

Mission-André House is a ministry to the homeless and poor populations of the Phoenix area. Located in the heart of the Capital Mall District, we make our services available to hundreds of people in need every day. André House was founded by two Holy Cross Priests in 1984, combining elements of the Catholic Worker movement with the charism of the Congregation of Holy Cross We dedicate ourselves to serving Jesus through others, as we are challenged in the Gospel, “I was hungry, and you gave me food. I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink. I was a stranger, and you welcomed me. I was naked, and you gave me clothing. I was sick, and you took care of me. I was in prison, and you visited me.”

Homebase Youth Services - Nicholas Transitional Living Center (for Young Adults 18 To 21)
Phoenix, AZ - 85014
(602) 254-7777

A program designed specifically to help homeless young adults prepare for healthy independent living. Services include housing, employment training and assistance, financial literacy courses, educational training and assistance and referrals for legal assistance, medical and mental health services, substance abuse services, social services and assistance with social/developmental challenges. The goal of this program is to provide youth with the necessary support for them to be ready for a better future.In addition, NAC provides the opportunity to access a wide variety of affordable housing when these young people are ready to be on their own.

U.s. Vets - Phoenix (for Veterans)
Phoenix, AZ - 85040
(602) 305-8585

U.S.VETS-Phoenix began providing services to veterans in October of 2001. It is one of two locations in Arizona and serves 175-200 veterans each day. U.S.VETS-Phoenix also provides supportive and case management services to about 30 veterans in the long term supportive housing provided by Cloudbreak.

Arizona Behavioral Health Corp. - Permanent Supportive Housing 82 (for The Mentally Ill & Dual Diagnosis)
Phoenix, AZ - 85004
(602) 712-9200

ABC and Southwest Behavioral Health Services also provide a permanent housing program for persons diagnosed with a serious mental illness who are enrolled in the RBHA.

Arizona Behavioral Health Corporation - Casa De Paz
Phoenix, AZ - 85004
(602) 712-9200

Arizona Behavioral Health Corporation - Phoenix Shanti Group (disabled With Hiv/aids)
Phoenix, AZ - 85021
(602) 712-9200

ABC also contracts with Phoenix SHANTI Group to provide permanent housing to persons specifically diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.

Arizona Behavioral Health Corporation - Brookside Permanent Housing (for The Mentally Ill)
Mesa, AZ - 85210
(602) 712-9200

Arizona Behavioral Health Corporation - Ahi-steele Commons
Phoenix, AZ - 85007
(602) 712-9200

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