You and your family can find a safe, beautiful home in a strong community at an affordable price with Housing for Hope. With housing communities throughout the Valley of the Sun, please find the one that fits you and your lifestyle!
Utility and rental assistance is provided to those who schedule an appointment – please contact 602-345-0167 on the first Thursday of each month between 9am-11am. Food and hygiene boxes are also available throughout the week.
Rehoboth serves the local community of Canyon Corridor and people within Maricopa County. Canyon Corridor consists of a diverse economic and cultural demographic. With over 4,000 international residents, including 52 languages, we truly are the Cultural District of Phoenix. Assisting low-income families obtain affordable housing.
When possible, we co-fund with other agencies and target our one-time family assistance to those who have the potential to regain self-sufficiency in a relatively short amount of time. Rent and utility bill assistance are assessed by volunteers who work out of our community food pantries, which are based out of Catholic churches.
APS Utility Assistance: APS has partnered with us to provide crisis bill assistance to APS customers in need. Please call our Utility Assistance Line at (602) 850-6948.
We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Since we established our roots in 1975, Trellis (formerly Neighborhood Housing Services of Phoenix) has made stable homes possible. We provide home ownership counseling, financial access and neighborhood development. Regardless of income, education or background, we help individuals and families across Arizona. As a NeighborWorks America member and a Freddie Mac Borrower Help Center, we are connected to a strong network spanning all 50 states.
1405 E. McDowell Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85006
UMOM is in the business of placing a home within reach. Wherever possible, we employ the ‘Housing First’ approach, moving people into housing as quickly as possible. Once in housing, we address the issues that led to homelessness. The housing first approach has a proven track record and is often among the best ways to end homelessness.
3333 E. Van Buren St.
Phoenix, Arizona 85008
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