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Food, Clothing, Shelter

Find a food bank…Arizona’s largest collection of food banks, pantries, and soup kitchens.

State-wide

Phone: (602) 528-3434

Website: https://azfoodbanks.org/

Independent Living for Foster Youth…

Two independent living housing complexes for youth ages 16 to 21 in the foster care system. Youth must be referred to this program through a case manager

Safe Place…

An emergency shelter for runaway, homeless and in-crisis youth ages 12-17.  Provides outreach, education and prevention to youth, their families and the community

Arizona

Phone: (480) 834-9424

Website: https://childcrisisaz.org/

Empowers youth and young mothers who have experienced foster care or homelessness in Arizona to reach their fullest potential through a wide range of services.

East Valley

Work Phone: (480) 225-6664

Website: https://eaglepathway.wixsite.com/mysite

Emergency shelter and basic services to any person experiencing a crisis in homelessness.

Flagstaff

Phone: (928) 225-2533

Website: http://flagshelter.org

Provides basic needs, housing, case management, educational assistance and more to homeless youth ages 13 – 21 enrolled in high school.

Maricopa and Coconino Counties

Phone: (623) 374-3747

Website: https://hycaz.org/

Shelter for youth birth-17. Services are available to runaway and homeless youth, and families in need of temporary relief when in crisis to allow space for problem solving.

Flagstaff

Phone: (877) 634-2723

Website: http://northlandfamily.org/youth-shelter/

Serves the LGBTQ community (11yrs – 24 yrs) by providing social and service programs.

Phoenix

Website: http://onenten.org/

Services to provide food and clothing to the homeless.

East Valley, Phoenix

Phone: (480) 464-2370

Website: https://pazdecristo.org/

Provides food and meals for individuals and families.

State-wide

Phone: (602) 2423663

Website: https://www.firstfoodbank.org/

Food available to provide short-term assistance to families-in-need.

East Valley

Phone: (480) 983-2995

Website: https://superstitionfoodbank.org/

Provides food and meals for individuals and families.

Mesa

Phone: (480) 926-4894

Website: https://unitedfoodbank.org/