Social services (housing, meals, clothing)

Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona

The food bank is based in Pima County and also serves Cochise, Graham, Greenlee and Santa Cruz counties. The Community Food Bank provides services to eligible applicants without regard to race, color, creed, religion, handicap, age, national origin, sexual orientation, political beliefs or gender.

Telephone: (520) 622-0525

Address: 3003 S Country Club Rd, Tucson, AZ 85713

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Central Arizona Shelter Services

Shelter and support services: Emergency family shelter, child development center, you programs, and support for single men and women.

Telephone: 602-256-6945; TTY: 800-367-8939

Address: 230 S. 12th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85007

Phoenix Homeless Shelters and Services

Shelters and services in Phoenix and surrounding area.

Shelter Directory

AZ Department of Housing – Homeless Assistance

Homeless shelters and services around the state.

Medical/healthcare services

Health Care for the Homeless – Phoenix

Circle the City Downtown Family Health Center will be providing medical care to homeless individuals and families.

Telephone: (602) 776-7676 Address: At the Human Services Campus: 220 S. 12th Ave., Phoenix., AZ

Second location: Parsons Family Health Center, 3522 N. Third Avenue, Phoenix, AZ

Phoenix for Allies Community Health

Providing socially conscious care that integrates the best practices of holistic traditions and modern bio­medicine: from acupuncture to dietary education, wellness checks to prescriptions, public advocacy to effective caseworking.The PACH Clinic primarily treats chronic diseases, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, thyroid dysfunction and high cholesterol. The clinic also provides treatment for minor infections and minor wound care and well person care.

Telephone: (623) 455-6470

Address: 2902 W Clarendon Ave, Phoenix, AZ, 85017

Legal aid


The ACLU protects your freedom through a nationwide network of staffed offices in every state, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. To request legal assistance or get involved, find your local ACLU affiliate below.

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Community Legal Services

Legal help for low-income individuals and communities in Central Arizona and Maricopa County: family law, public benefits, employment issues, consumer protection, housing problems, and farm worker assistance.

Telephone: 602-258-3434

Locations: Phoenix, East Valley, Mohave County, San Luis, Yavapai County, Yuma County

Phoenix Ofc: 305 South Second Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85003
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Arizona Immigrant and Refugee Services

Provide immigration services including: Relative petitions, citizenship, permanent residency, replacement of lost or stolen documents, special protected status deferred enforced departure, family reunification.

Walk-in hours: Wednesday and Friday 11am-2pm-call to make an appointment outside of walk-in hours.

Telephone: +16029441821

Address: 10240 N. 31st Avenue. Suite 112 Phoenix AZ

The Florence Project

Provides free legal and social services to detained men, women, and children under threat of deportation.

Florence: (520) 868-0191

Phoenix: (602) 795-5448

Tucson: (520) 203-7912

Support for women

Sister Jose’s Women’s Center

Sisters Helping Sisters Day Program - drop-in center that provides three meals a day, showers and laundry, clothing and shoes, and personal hygiene products for homeless women in a pet-friendly center.

Telephone: 520-909-3905

Address: 1050 South Park Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85719

Organizations for children/unaccompanied minors

Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development - Tempe Youth Resource Center

Teenage children are welcome, emergency and transitional shelter, provides counseling and help with addiction.

Telephone: (602) 271-9904

Address: 101 East 6th Street, Tempe, AZ 85281

The Florence Project

Provides free legal and social services to detained men, women, and children under threat of deportation.

Florence: (520) 868-0191

Phoenix: (602) 795-5448

Tucson: (520) 203-7912