Brian Garcia Welcome Center - Single Adult Shelter - Phoenix, AZ

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206 S 12th Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85007
: Phone: (602) 229-5155


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    2020-06-16 13:43:39
    Maria, the woman at the front desk, was extemely rude to me when I sought shelter. She giggled when she saw my name was in the computer from when I was homeless seven years ago through circumstances outside if my control. The staff member standing beside her groaned and smiled when she pointed to the computer and stated to him I was there before. I don't know why they both did these things, but I contacted a lawyer. I know what I was going through was a challenging enough experience before I walked in there. But those two employees were disgusting and ignorant. It's is a sad commentary on your shelter.

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Description: Single Adult Homeless Shelter.

People who are homeless often face more paramount and complex barriers beyond their homelessness. Providing a meal and a safe place to sleep is just the first step in the healing process.

The Single Adult facility shelters over 400 homeless men and women each night and over 4,100 people annually in its downtown Phoenix location on the Human Service Campus.

Personal hygiene supplies are provided including soap, shampoo, toothpaste and tooth brushes, razors and shaving cream, sunscreen, towels, blankets, sheets and clothing.

Access to shelter services for all single adults, youth 18+.

Office Hours: Mondays through Fridays 7:30am to 5pm.

We provide shelter and supportive services to empower our clients to regain stability, begin to rebuild their lives and end their homelessness. Once in the Shelter, clients meet with a Case Manager who helps the client build a unique case plan in ending their homelessness. Veterans can engage in a veteran-specific program to address their needs and connect with veterans services. Case managers guide clients in securing health and social services, obtaining income, budgeting, saving and seeking permanent housing.

Access to the Single Adult Shelter is provided through the Human Services Campus' Brian Garcia welcome center.  Visit the welcome center at 12th Avenue & Madison or call 602-759-5356 for additional information. 

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