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Justa Center

1001 West Jefferson
Phoenix, AZ - 2913

Justa Center is a day resource center for homeless adults 55+.

For senior citizens who are homeless in the Phoenix area, the answer is Justa Center, a day resource center specifically designed to help those over the age of 55 find appropriate housing, employment, and other much-needed services.


Day Center

    Monday-Saturday hours:  7am-3pm
    Sunday hours: 7am to 1pm
    A safe and welcoming place
    Resources for daily living
Identification Recovery

    Assistance to obtain AZ ID
    Ordering replacement documents
    Birth Certificates
    Divorce Decrees
    Spouse Death Certificates
Securing Safe Housing

Dedicated Housing Specialist who works with members to find the right opportunity for affordable housing. Available weekdays 7am to 2pm
Nutrition & Meals
    Coffee and a morning snack
    Lunches (Meals on Wheels) Weekdays
    Weekend (Community provided) Lunches

Attorney on-site weekly to support members who are facing legal issues that are a barrier to finding work or housing.


Members who are seeking work are supported through access to training, internet searches, and use of mailing address.

Basic Healthcare

On-site Nurse available 3 days a week

    Blood sugar and blood pressure monitoring
    Wound care, basic injury assessement
    Mobility devices; reading glassses
    OTC medicines
Benefits Assistance

Agency Specialists on-site holding office hours at least once-a-week to support members filing and receiving benefits

    Social Security
Veterans Services

Supporting Vets to get needed services from VA

    Medical Services
    VA Housing Voucher Program
    VA Retirement Benefits

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1 Comment

  1. Alan
    Oct 1, 2018Reply
    Great, helpful staff. They open at 7:00am and have coffee, and most days, pastries. They provide showers and laundry service in addition to helping with finding housing assistance, help with food stamps, getting ID, clothing, etc. A nurse comes in once a week, a foot doctor most weeks, a person with DES once a week. There are computers you may use for job search and email. They provide furniture and food boxes when you get housing. Lunch is served daily Monday through Friday and volunteers often bring lunch on weekends (not always).

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