Address:7672Phoenix, AZ 85021Map & Directions
Services: Provides housing for people with HIV who are homeless or are indigent.
Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm
Eligibility: People with HIV who are homeless or are indigent
Documents To Bring: Call
Address:3333 E Van Buren StPhoenix, AZ 85008Map & Directions
Services: Provides emergency housing and support for homeless families with children. Services include children's services, provision of basic living needs, case management, and employment resources.
Eligibility: Homeless families with children
Documents To Bring: Referral from CAP office
Address:204 S 12th AvePhoenix, AZ 85007Map & Directions
Services: Provides emergency shelter and case management services for single adult men and women age 18 and over.
Eligibility: Single adults age 18 and over who are able to care for their activities of daily living
Documents To Bring: Call or visit the Human Services Campus early in the day
Address:2702 E Washington StPhoenix, AZ 85034Map & Directions
Services: Assists families and individuals experiencing chronic homelessness or a housing crisis. Assists in obtaining State IDs, driver licenses, birth certificates. Case management for clients seeking DES, AHCCCS, Social Security or Veteran's benefits with transportation to appointments on a limited basis. Provides financial assistance with motel stays to qualified individuals or families. Provides limited food and/or water, hygiene products to homeless individuals encountered on outreach. Offers referrals to community resources, shelter, housing, food, clothing, medical, employment.
Eligibility: Homeless individuals and families in Maricopa County
Documents To Bring: Call or visit office
Address:1801 S 35th AvePhoenix, AZ 85009Map & Directions
Services: Provides emergency shelter for men who are homeless.
Eligibility: Men who are homeless, have identification, and who do not have a sex offense conviction
Documents To Bring: Call, referrals, or visit shelter
Address:9844 N 7th PlPhoenix, AZ 85020Map & Directions
Services: Provides a faith-based working men's shelter and transitional housing for men. Includes room and board for 2 year program.
Hours: Mon-Fri 1pm-5pm except holidays for intake; Mon-Fri 9am-5pm administration
Eligibility: Homeless men looking for employment and those already employed
Address:2770 E Van Buren StPhoenix, AZ 85008Map & Directions
Services: Low demand shelter for single adult males. Services include Community Voice Mail. Test.
Hours: Daily 5pm-7am
Eligibility: Single adult males
Documents To Bring: Visit shelter
Address:1236 S 12th AvePhoenix, AZ 85007Map & Directions
Hours: Daily 6am-10pm
Eligibility: Men age 18 and older who are homeless
Address:2146 Apache BlvdTempe, AZ 85281Map & Directions
Services: Provides emergency shelter for men and women. Offers nighttime lodging, evening meals, case management, employment assistance, benefits enrollment, and housing navigation services. Offers Shower Power mobile shower program.
Hours: Daily 8am-1pm intake
Eligibility: Sober adults who are homeless
Documents To Bring: Visit office for shelter services; call for mobile shower unit times and locations
Address:40 Technology Pkwy NWNorcross, GA 30092Map & Directions
Services: The mission of The IMPACT! Group to transform lives and strengthen communities by providing quality housing solutions. Their agency offers a spectrum of housing services designed to assist families from every background. The IMPACT! Group tackles a wide range of housing problems through three departments that work together to transform lives and strengthen communities.
The IMPACT! Resource Center assists homeless families achieve their self-sufficiency goals through an intensive and comprehensive with supportive transitional housing program.
IMPACT! Real Estate oversees neighborhood revitalization initiatives--purchasing and rehabilitating dilapidated properties in declining neighborhoods--and works to preserve and construct local affordable housing units.
The IMPACT! HomeOwnership Center provides homebuyer and homeowner education, comprehensive housing counseling, foreclosure prevention counseling, and financial services such as mortgages and down payment assistance to first-time homebuyers and homeowners.
These direct services are in addition to policy related activities undertaken by the organization. The IMPACT! Group works in partnership with for-profit and non-profit enterprises.
In 2006, The IMPACT! Group provided direct housing services to 3,375 households. The IMPACT! HomeOwnership Center served nearly 1,900 households and created approximately $2 million in home equity and an estimated $4.7 million in increased income for the community. The IMPACT! Resource Center served almost 900 families--providing emergency shelter for 1,651 people and helping around 245 people avoid homelessness to save the community approximately $250,000 in social service costs.
IMPACT! Real Estate housed more than 2,180 people and generated an estimated $4 million in increased property values and tax base, reduced police and fire monitoring costs, and increased neighborhood stability.
In an average year, for every dollar expended by The IMPACT! Group, over $17 dollars of value are returned to the community through their work.Program:Transitional Housing ProgramBudget: NaNCategory: HousingPopulation Served: Homeless
Program Description: The IMPACT! Transitional Housing Program provides subsidizedhousing and intensive case management to homeless families in Gwinnett County, Georgia. Families in the program work with an IMPACT! Group case manager to develop a unique self-sufficiency plan that addressesthe causes of that family’s homelessness. While each plan differs based on a family’s background and needs, common plan goals include increasing family income, reducing household debt, and increasing the use of smart financial practices such as budgeting and saving. To help each family advance towards its goals, the program also offers supportive services including basic home furnishing, medical screenings, and some child care assistance. The program can assist up to 22 families with dependent children at any one time and is open to families living in Gwinnett County. The majority of families assisted are headed by single mothers, and all heads of households must be employed while in the program.While this program receives partial funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the program relies on community donations and grants to implement its complete array of services.