Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Rent Assistance In Arizona

Baby Steps Developmental Services Inc.
3516 Horizon Drive
Lake Havasu City, AZ - 86404
CASE MANAGEMENT OF MULTI-HANDICAPPED CHILDREN. ASSISTANCE IN APPLYING FOR SERVICES, ARRANGING TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS. AID TO FAMILIES FOR RENT, UTILITIES, FOOD AND NECESSARY EXPENSES
Community Services Program of Wickenburg
PO Box 782
Wickenburg, AZ - 85358
Wickenburg Community Services Corporation is a non-profit organization providing assistance and emergency help to local community and surrounding area organizations and to individuals and families in need.
Coalition For Comparison And Justice
P O Box 1882
Prescott, AZ - 86302
The Coalition for Compassion and Justice is a community organization committed to addressing immediate needs, empowering people toward self-sufficiency and advocating for systemic changes that improve the health and well-being of people in Yavapai County.
Concerned Citizens For Community Health
7700 E Roosevelt St
Scottsdale, AZ - 85257
(480) 312-2464
TO PROVIDE BASIC EMERGENCY NEEDS, SUCH AS RENT AND UTILITY ASSISTANCE, JOB PREPARATION, SOCIAL SERVICES, PRESCRIPTIONS, TRANSPORTATION, EDUCATION AND RECREATION, FOR THE COMMUNITY
Valley Christian Centers
1326 W Hadley
Phoenix, AZ – 85007
(602) 258-5163
Fulfilling the needs of our community through a comprehensive based empowerment service model.
Tempe Community Action Agency Inc.
2150 E Orange St
Tempe, AZ – 85281
(480) 350-5882
Our mission is to empower our community members to address basic needs to live with dignity, self-reliance, and optimum health.

Crisis Services-rent and/or utility assistance, food pantry, gas vouchers, vouchers for medical appointments and prescriptions, telephone assistance, weatherization
The Arizona Kidney Foundation
4203 E. Indian School Rd
Phoenix, AZ – 85018
(602) 840-1644

Diocesan Council For The Society Of St. Vincent De Paul Diocese Phoenix

PO Box 13600
Phoenix, AZ – 85002
(602) 263-8856
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is an international organization committed to serving the needs of the poor and to providing an opportunity for those more fortunate to serve others. Founded in France in 1833, the Society has been assisting Arizona families since 1953. Members of the Society seek to help others through person-to-person involvement without regard to race, religion, age national origin or gender.
Homeless Helpers Inc.
3837 E. Wier Avenue
Phoenix, AZ - 85040
The mission of Helping Hands Housing Services is to provide permanent affordable quality housing to very low-income individuals and families in Phoenix. Additionally, Helping Hands provides support services and programs that are intended to improve the quality of life for our residents and their children.
Volunteers In Direct Aid Incorporated
PO Box 40476
Phoenix, AZ - 85067
Buckeye Cap

201 E. Centre
Buckeye, AZ – 85326
623-386-2588
The Arizona Department of Housing handles their Eviction Prevention and Emergency Homeless Housing (EPEH) Program out of this office. Services include: rental eviction prevention, mortgage foreclosure help, rental security and Utility help deposits, Utility assistance.
Central Phoenix Family Services
1250 S. 7th Ave
Phoenix, AZ – 85007
602-534-1250
The Arizona Department of Housing handles their Eviction Prevention and Emergency Homeless Housing (EPEH) Program out of this office. Services include: rental eviction prevention, mortgage foreclosure help, rental security and Utility help deposits, Utility assistance.
El Mirage Cap
14010 N. El Mirage Road
El Mirage, AZ – 85335
623-937-0500
The Arizona Department of Housing handles their Eviction Prevention and Emergency Homeless Housing (EPEH) Program out of this office. Services include: rental eviction prevention, mortgage foreclosure help, rental security and Utility help deposits, Utility assistance.
Gila Bend Cap
202 N. Euclid Street
Gila Bend, AZ – 85337
602-252-3186
The Arizona Department of Housing handles their Eviction Prevention and Emergency Homeless Housing (EPEH) Program out of this office. Services include: rental eviction prevention, mortgage foreclosure help, rental security and Utility help deposits, Utility assistance.
Glendale Cap
5850 W. Glendale Ave.
Glendale, AZ - 85301
623-930-2854
The Arizona Department of Housing handles their Eviction Prevention and Emergency Homeless Housing (EPEH) Program out of this office. Services include: rental eviction prevention, mortgage foreclosure help, rental security and Utility help deposits, Utility assistance.
John F. Long Family Services
3454 N. 51st Ave
Phoenix, AZ – 85031
602-262-6510

Maricopa County Human Dept.
234 N. Central Avenue, 3rd Floor
Phoenix, AZ - 85003
(602)506-5911
The Arizona Department of Housing handles their Eviction Prevention and Emergency Homeless Housing (EPEH) Program out of this office. Services include: rental eviction prevention, mortgage foreclosure help, rental security and Utility help deposits, Utility assistance.
Peoria Cap
8335 W. Jefferson
Peoria, AZ - 85345
623-979-3911
The Arizona Department of Housing handles their Eviction Prevention and Emergency Homeless Housing (EPEH) Program out of this office. Services include: rental eviction prevention, mortgage foreclosure help, rental security and Utility help deposits, Utility assistance.
Salvation Army Phoenix Central, Az
3308 N. 28th St.
Phoenix, AZ - 85016
(602)553-0988
The Emergency Assistance Program provides stabilization for individuals and families in Phoenix facing temporary crisis. For people who lose their jobs, lose their means of transportation, or are waiting for government assistance, the choice between medicine, food or air conditioning can become a reality. The Salvation Army seeks to alleviate the financial struggles of those who have experienced a crisis within the last 30 days by paying one month of rent or utilities. Assistance is given on a first-come, first-served basis.
Salvation Army Phoenix Citadel, Az
628 N. 3rd Ave
Phoenix, AZ - 85003
(602)252-4478
The Emergency Assistance Program provides stabilization for individuals and families in Phoenix facing temporary crisis. For people who lose their jobs, lose their means of transportation, or are waiting for government assistance, the choice between medicine, food or air conditioning can become a reality. The Salvation Army seeks to alleviate the financial struggles of those who have experienced a crisis within the last 30 days by paying one month of rent or utilities. Assistance is given on a first-come, first-served basis.
Salvation Army Phoenix Korean, Az
7238 N. 61st Ave
Glendale, AZ - 85301
(623)934-5950
The Emergency Assistance Program provides stabilization for individuals and families in Phoenix facing temporary crisis. For people who lose their jobs, lose their means of transportation, or are waiting for government assistance, the choice between medicine, food or air conditioning can become a reality. The Salvation Army seeks to alleviate the financial struggles of those who have experienced a crisis within the last 30 days by paying one month of rent or utilities. Assistance is given on a first-come, first-served basis.
Salvation Army Phoenix Maryvale, Az
4318 W. Clarendon
Phoenix, AZ - 85031
(602)233-9272
The Emergency Assistance Program provides stabilization for individuals and families in Phoenix facing temporary crisis. For people who lose their jobs, lose their means of transportation, or are waiting for government assistance, the choice between medicine, food or air conditioning can become a reality. The Salvation Army seeks to alleviate the financial struggles of those who have experienced a crisis within the last 30 days by paying one month of rent or utilities. Assistance is given on a first-come, first-served basis.
Salvation Army Phoenix South Mountain, Az
1351 E. Broadway Rd.
Phoenix, AZ - 85040
(602) 276-7396
The Emergency Assistance Program provides stabilization for individuals and families in Phoenix facing temporary crisis. For people who lose their jobs, lose their means of transportation, or are waiting for government assistance, the choice between medicine, food or air conditioning can become a reality. The Salvation Army seeks to alleviate the financial struggles of those who have experienced a crisis within the last 30 days by paying one month of rent or utilities. Assistance is given on a first-come, first-served basis.
St. Vincent De Paul
P.O. Box 13600
Phoenix, AZ - 85002
602-254-3338
The Arizona Department of Housing handles their Eviction Prevention and Emergency Homeless Housing (EPEH) Program out of this office. Services include: rental eviction prevention, mortgage foreclosure help, rental security and Utility help deposits, Utility assistance.
Sunnyslope Family Services
914 W. Hatcher Rd.
Phoenix, AZ - 85021
602-495-5229
The Arizona Department of Housing handles their Eviction Prevention and Emergency Homeless Housing (EPEH) Program out of this office. Services include: rental eviction prevention, mortgage foreclosure help, rental security and Utility help deposits, Utility assistance.
Tempe Cap
2150 E. Orange
Tempe, AZ - 85281
480-350-5880
The Arizona Department of Housing handles their Eviction Prevention and Emergency Homeless Housing (EPEH) Program out of this office. Services include: rental eviction prevention, mortgage foreclosure help, rental security and Utility help deposits, Utility assistance.
Tolleson Cap
9555 W. Van Buren St.
Tolleson, AZ - 85353
623-936-2760
The Arizona Department of Housing handles their Eviction Prevention and Emergency Homeless Housing (EPEH) Program out of this office. Services include: rental eviction prevention, mortgage foreclosure help, rental security and Utility help deposits, Utility assistance.


Travis L. Williams Family Services
4732 S. Central
Phoenix, AZ - 85040
602-534-4732
The Arizona Department of Housing handles their Eviction Prevention and Emergency Homeless Housing (EPEH) Program out of this office. Services include: rental eviction prevention, mortgage foreclosure help, rental security and Utility help deposits, Utility assistance.
Vista Del Camino Cap
7700 E. Roosevelt
Scottsdale, AZ - 85257
480-312-2323
The Arizona Department of Housing handles their Eviction Prevention and Emergency Homeless Housing (EPEH) Program out of this office. Services include: rental eviction prevention, mortgage foreclosure help, rental security and Utility help deposits, Utility assistance.
Wickenburg Cap
255 N. Washington
Wickenburg, AZ - 85390
602-258-0819
The Arizona Department of Housing handles their Eviction Prevention and Emergency Homeless Housing (EPEH) Program out of this office. Services include: rental eviction prevention, mortgage foreclosure help, rental security and Utility help deposits, Utility assistance.
Human Services Department - PHOENIX
200 W. Washington Street, 18th Floor
Phoenix, AZ - 85003
(602) 2626668
Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program
On February 17, 2009, President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, which ludes $1.5 billion for a Homelessness Prevention Fund. Funding for this program, called the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRP), is being distributed based on the formula used for the Emergency Shelter Grants (ESG) program.
Grantees may provide rental assistance or services to eligible program participants who are residing or would like to reside outside their jurisdiction. They may also fund ubgrantees that serve persons outside of the jurisdiction, subgrantees that are located outside of the jurisdiction, and subgrantees that serve multiple jurisdictions. A grantee may establish more stringent requirements, such as requiring that HPRP funds be spent within the jurisdiction or establishing a residency requirement,but HUD is not setting these requirements.
Counties served: Pima County
Human Services Department – MARICOPA COUNTY
235 N. Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ - 85004
(602) 5064983
Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program
On February 17, 2009, President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009,which ludes $1.5 billion for a Homelessness Prevention Fund. Funding for this program, called the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRP), is being distributed based on the formula used for the Emergency Shelter Grants (ESG) program.
Grantees may provide rental assistance or services to eligible program participants who are residing or would like to reside outside their jurisdiction. They may also fund ubgrantees that serve persons outside of the jurisdiction, subgrantees that are located outside of the jurisdiction, and subgrantees that serve multiple jurisdictions. A grantee may establish more stringent requirements, such as requiring that HPRP funds be spent within the jurisdiction or establishing a residency requirement,but HUD is not setting these requirements.
Counties served: Maricopa County
Community Revitalization Division, Community Partnerships Department - GLENDALE
6829 North 58th Drive
Glendale, AZ - 85301
(623) 9303670
Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program
On February 17, 2009, President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009,which ludes $1.5 billion for a Homelessness Prevention Fund. Funding for this program, called the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRP), is being distributed based on the formula used for the Emergency Shelter Grants (ESG) program.
Grantees may provide rental assistance or services to eligible program participants who are residing or would like to reside outside their jurisdiction. They may also fund ubgrantees that serve persons outside of the jurisdiction, subgrantees that are located outside of the jurisdiction, and subgrantees that serve multiple jurisdictions. A grantee may establish more stringent requirements, such as requiring that HPRP funds be spent within the jurisdiction or establishing a residency requirement,but HUD is not setting these requirements.
Counties served:Maricopa County
Arizona Department Of Housing – AZ STATE PROGRAM
1110 W. Washington, Suite 310
Phoenix, AZ - 85007
(602) 771-1024
Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program
On February 17, 2009, President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009,which ludes $1.5 billion for a Homelessness Prevention Fund. Funding for this program, called the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRP), is being distributed based on the formula used for the Emergency Shelter Grants (ESG) program.
Grantees may provide rental assistance or services to eligible program participants who are residing or would like to reside outside their jurisdiction. They may also fund ubgrantees that serve persons outside of the jurisdiction, subgrantees that are located outside of the jurisdiction, and subgrantees that serve multiple jurisdictions. A grantee may establish more stringent requirements, such as requiring that HPRP funds be spent within the jurisdiction or establishing a residency requirement,but HUD is not setting these requirements.
Counties served: Maricopa County

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