The County is committed to providing sustainable solutions to the issue of homelessness in the region. Maricopa County works with community partners, the State, and local funders to create a coordinated regional response to homelessness. Maricopa County utilizes its federal and general funds to partner with nonprofit agencies to quickly resolve an individual or family’s experience of homelessness by providing low-barrier shelter, rental assistance, bridge housing, service navigation, seasonal heat relief shelters, engagement programs for property owners & managers, and diversion assistance.
Homelessness Service Providers
If you or someone you know is at risk of or experiencing homelessness, please use the information below to access homeless services throughout Maricopa County.
Domestic Violence Survivors
A New Leaf
24-Hour Crisis Hotline
480-890-3039 or 1-844-SAFEDVS
Family Housing Hub
3307 E. Van Buren St., Phoenix, AZ
Single Adults & Youth Without Children
Brian Garcia Welcome Center
Human Services Campus
206 S. 12th Ave., Phoenix, AZ
Single Women Without Children
Halle Women's Center
3333 E. Van Buren St., Phoenix, AZ
VA Community Resource & Referral Center
1500 E. Thomas Rd., Phoenix, AZ
National Homeless Call Center
For additional support and resources call 2-1-1 or visit 211Arizona.org.
Hand in Hand
Maricopa County, in collaboration with Community Bridges Inc., is offering outreach services to people experiencing homelessness in unincorporated and targeted communities of Maricopa County. The program is called Hand in Hand Street Outreach.
Members of the public concerned about the well-being of people experiencing homelessness in unincorporated areas of Maricopa County may initiate a request for service by emailing as many details as possible about the location and number of people to MaricopaCountyReferral@cbridges.com.
Threshold – Landlord Engagement
As part of a comprehensive suite of investments to address affordable housing needs and support people experiencing homelessness, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has approved a $5 million program funded by federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) dollars that expands rental options for people exiting homelessness. Known as ‘Threshold,’ the program features a centralized network of property owners and managers who have committed to providing safe and affordable rental options to help people transition from homelessness to housing. The initiative is the result of a public-private collaboration between Maricopa County’s Human Services Department and HOM, Inc., an Arizona-based organization dedicated to offering housing opportunities for people facing homelessness and housing instability.