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Phoenix Area Services for the Homeless

Every large city has challenges with respect to providing for an assisting the homeless people and families in the community. Phoenix is no different.  Here are some resources that can help.

City of Phoenix Services for Homeless People
Includes mental health and disability resources.

Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona
A nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the healing effects of the arts to abused, neglected and homeless children.

Central Arizona Shelter Services (C.A.S.S.)
Their mission is to reduce homelessness in the Valley of the Sun by helping homeless people attain their highest level of self-sufficiency.

A 24-hour bilingual hotline providing up-to-the-minute shelter bed availability for victims of domestic violence and homelessness.

HomeBase Youth Services
Outreach and transitional living to homeless and runaway youth, with a safe environment to learn essential life skills that will lead to healthy, independent living. The ultimate goal is to end homelessness among youth.

Save the Family
A comprehensive program that includes transitional housing, case management and personal growth services for homeless families with children.

St. Mary's Food Bank
The world's first food bank was founded in 1967 as a non-denominational, non-sectarian, non-profit organization with a mission to provide free food for the hungry.

United Food Bank
Access to nutritious food for those who are without.  Located in Mesa.

United Methodist Outreach Ministries
Daycare, emergency shelter, housing and food bank for the homeless.

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