Housing Assistance

Arizona Department of Housing


Provides information on apartment rentals, emergency repair, housing rehabilitation, eviction/foreclosure assistance, fair housing laws, homeownership assistance, section 8 housing.

Unemployment, underemployment, reinstatement mortgage payment assistance. 

Shelters and Services

Healthcare for the Homeless


220 South 12th Ave,

Phoenix, AZ 85007

Human Service Campus


Offers emergency, traditional, and permanent housing. Has health, substance abuse, mental health, and case management services. 

Job Services

Arizona OIC


39 East Jackson Street

Phoenix, AZ 85004

Employment and education assistance program for adults and youth. 


Association of AZ Food Banks



Food bank locator and directory 

Medical Care

Wesley Center


1300 South 10th Street 

Phoenix, AZ 85034 

Mon, Wed, Fri 8:00AM to 5:00PM

Tue, Thu 8:00AM to 9:00PM

Mental Health Services

Indian Health Services 


40 North Central Ave, Ste 600

Phoenix, AZ 85004

*Health care for registered Native Americans*

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 8:00AM to 4:30PM

Additional Resources

About 2-1-1 Arizona

Arizona’s 211 information line provides Arizona residents with referral services and information on homeland security, local disasters, health and dental, mental health/support groups, veterans/military services, public health, and more. 

About Find Help Phoenix

FindHelpPhoenix is divided into multiple categories of services. Users can look for medical services, legal help, and affordable housing, and many other services. The approximate 1,500 resources are free and almost free, checked for accuracy, and the information for each service is just what you need: location, a description of the service, cost, and a phone number/website link to make contact. Please email any non-profit resources that aren’t included in the site, as well as changes to information to:

About Healthify

Over sixty percent of our health is determined by social needs like access to food, jobs, childcare, and housing. Right now, the way healthcare organizations address these problems is broken. Failure is costly. We believe there is more to health than healthcare and we’re fundamentally rethinking how healthcare organizations and communities work together to help people thrive.  We came from a background of working with vulnerable populations in Baltimore and are focused on building next generation technology to move the needle on healthcare outcomes and cost for these populations. Our products are used by the top health plans and health systems in the country to make sure their patients are connected to the social service resources they need.

About Aunt Bertha

Aunt Bertha makes it easy for organizations helping people with social needs to find and make referrals to appropriate programs and services for food, shelter, health care, work, financial assistance and more. See our features, the types of organizations we help and learn why Aunt Bertha is used by hundreds of thousands of Americans.