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Tempe Human Services HOPE
Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

Provides support to people experiencing homelessness in Tempe. Services include outreach and engagement, and connection to resources for mental health, substance abuse, and immediate hygiene needs. Also provides coordinated entry access for housing assessments and to screen for additional services.

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Eligibility: No restrictions
Accessibility: Phone resource for information
Languages: English
Intake Procedure: *CLOSED TO IN-PERSON VISITORS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE* Call or visit office for appointment


Tempe Housing Services Home Repair and Rehabilitation
Mon-Thu 7am-11:30am, 12:30pm-4pm
Mon-Thu 7am-11:30am, 12:30pm-4pm

Offers grants and loans for Tempe homeowners with low incomes to repair and rehabilitate their homes including making accessibility modifications.

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Eligibility: Residents of Tempe with low income
Accessibility: Phone resource for information
Languages: English, Spanish
Intake Procedure: Call


Habitat for Humanity ReStore - Tempe
Mon-Sat 9am-6pm
Mon-Sat 9am-6pm

Sells donated building materials and household goods to the general public.

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Eligibility: No restrictions
Accessibility: Phone resource for information
Languages: English, Spanish
Intake Procedure: Visit store


UMOM Youth Resource Center and Street Outreach Engagement Team
Mon-Fri noon-3:30pm
Mon-Fri noon-3:30pm

Provides supportive services for young adults ages 18-24 experiencing homelessness. Services include food, water, showers, hygiene and personal care items, and clothing. Also offers case management, housing navigation, and coordinated entry into housing programs.

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Eligibility: Young adults ages 18-24 experiencing homelessness
Accessibility: Phone resource for information
Languages: English, Spanish
Intake Procedure: Call or email


Urban Outreach, a program of the Tempe First United Methodist
Mon, Fri 6am-10am
Mon, Fri 6am-10am

Provides showers, clothing, and a hot meal for people experiencing homelessness.

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Eligibility: People experiencing homelessness
Accessibility: Phone resource for information
Languages: English
Intake Procedure: *TO GO MEALS AVAILALBLE MON, FRI 6AM-9AM. ALL OTHER SERVICES CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.* Call or visit church


The Salvation Army Tempe Corps
Mon-Fri 9am-noon, 1pm-4pm; Mon 9am-11am utility assistance screening for people in Tempe and Guadalupe who have past due bills and do not receive Section 8 benefits; Fri 9am-11am utility assistance screening for people in Scottsdale who have past due bills and do not receive Section 8 benefits
Mon-Fri 9am-noon, 1pm-4pm; Mon 9am-11am utility assistance screening for people in Tempe and Guadalupe who have past due bills and do not receive Section 8 benefits; Fri 9am-11am utility assistance screening for people in Scottsdale who have past due bills and do not receive Section 8 benefits

Provides emergency assistance for families in need including food boxes and other emergency needs. Provides information about and referrals to other community resources.

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Eligibility: Individuals and families in need including those who are homeless. For utility assistance, people must live in specific service areas, have past due bills, and must not currently receive Section 8 benefits.
Accessibility: Phone resource for information
Languages: English, Spanish
Intake Procedure: *MON-FRI 8AM-9AM COFFEE FOR PEOPLE EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS. MON-FRI 9AM-NOON SACK LUNCHES FOR PEOPLE EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS. MON-FRI 1PM-3PM DRIVE THRU FOOD BOXES AND UTILITY ASSISTANCE. SAT NOON-1PM, SUN 6:30PM-7PM DRIVE THRU MEALS FOR PEOPLE EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS.* Call for an appointment. Must bring proof of address and income, and photo ID.


I-HELP Shelter Program - Tempe
Daily 9am-3pm intake
Daily 9am-3pm intake

Provides emergency shelter for men and women. Services include overnight lodging, evening meals, case management, employment assistance, benefits enrollment, and housing navigation services. Also provides Shower Power mobile shower program.

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Eligibility: Sober adults who are homeless
Accessibility: Phone resource for information
Languages: English, Spanish
Intake Procedure: Call


Oasis Drop-In Center
Mon-Fri 9am-3pm
Mon-Fri 9am-3pm

Provides a drop-in day shelter for people experiencing homelessness. Services include computer and phone stations, mail access, emergency food bags, water and heat relief, financial coaching, laundry facilities, employment assistance, workshops, identification documents, and intake for I-HELP shelter. Also offers enrollment assistance for AHCCCS, SNAP, and veteran's benefits.

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Eligibility: Sober adults who are homeless
Accessibility: Phone resource for information
Languages: English, Spanish
Intake Procedure: Call


Guadalupe Community Action Program
Mon-Fri 8am-5pm; 1st, 3rd Mon 8am-5pm Utility Assistance Line
Mon-Fri 8am-5pm; 1st, 3rd Mon 8am-5pm Utility Assistance Line

Provides information to Guadalupe residents about available social services. Provides case management and emergency food boxes for Guadalupe residents with low incomes.

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Eligibility: Guadalupe residents who meet income eligibility requirements
Accessibility: Phone resource for information
Languages: English, Spanish
Intake Procedure: Call


Newtown Community Development Corporation
Mon-Thu 8am-5pm; Fri 8am-4pm
Mon-Thu 8am-5pm; Fri 8am-4pm

Provides first time homebuyer workshops, assistance, online education, and Individual Development Accounts (IDA). Offers affordable homeownership opportunities in Chandler and Tempe.

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Eligibility: No restrictions
Accessibility: Phone resource for information
Languages: English, Spanish
Intake Procedure: Call or visit website