Apache junction Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy
Welcome to our Apache junction, Arizona Homeless Shelters and Services for the needy page. Below are all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Apache junction, AZ and surrounding cities.
We also provide other homeless resources such as transitional resources for the homeless. Homeless clinic and treatment center resources are also provided on the right navigational bar.
Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.
Mesa, AZ 85205 8.95 miles from city center apache junction
(480) 654-4539 In partnership with community churches, provides shelter to single homeless women without children seven nights per week. With the help of program staff, women develop Life Plans which include goals that assist them to locate employment and safe and stable housing. See more details
Mesa, AZ 85212 10.61 miles from city center apache junction
480 - 988 - 9242 House of Refuge is NOT an emergency shelter. If you are in need of immediate shelter please call the Family Housing Hub, 602-595-8700.House of Refuge is a social service program, providing case management services, employment support and transitional housing.To participate in our p See more details
Mesa, AZ 85201 16.17 miles from city center apache junction
(480) 898-0228 As news outlets share more about the growing crisis of COVID-19 and its impact on our community, we wanted to connect as we navigate through the uncertainty together. We are taking every precaution here at our offices and in our work throughout the community to ensure that we all stay healthy and sa See more details
Mesa, AZ 85201 16.79 miles from city center apache junction
(480) 890-3039 To access Centralized Services, call 877-211-8661, for emergency placement at a shelter. To access The Family Housing Hub, call 602-595-8700. Families will discuss shelter needs and be placed on the service priority list for shelter services.< See more details
Mesa, AZ 85210 16.87 miles from city center apache junction
602-759-5356 Provides assistance with shelter for single adults. Call the number listed above.
Office Hours of this location: Mondays through Fridays 7:30am to 5pm. See more details
Mesa, AZ 85201 17.10 miles from city center apache junction
(480) 610-6722 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.
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Chandler, AZ 8522 18.74 miles from city center apache junction
(480) 963-1423 Provides emergency shelter for adults without children experiencing homelessness. Clients receive evening and morning meals, case management, and referrals to available community resources.All new guests must complete a pre-screening interview before entering I-HELP. See more details
Mesa, AZ 85201 19.18 miles from city center apache junction
(602) 595-8700 A New Leaf’s La Mesita Family Homeless Shelter is a 16-unit family shelter providing a broad array of services to help homeless families with minor-aged children become self-reliant. Families stay up to 120 days in 1 or 2 bedroom apartments with basic needs provided upon entry including food, clothi See more details
Mesa, AZ 85201 19.22 miles from city center apache junction
(602) 595-8700 La Mesita Apartments are a long-term solution for low-income families to have a safe place to call home. Consisting of 110 apartments including studios through multiple bedroom units. 50 affordable housing units serve households at or below 60% of the area median income. 58 units serve households at See more details
Scottsdal, AZ 85257 22.03 miles from city center apache junction
480-659-5227 Need Shelter?Family Promise is an interfaith network shelter for homeless families. This means that families are provided their evening meal and the lodging at congregations across the Valley. Never more than five families at a time will stay with the ho See more details