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Homeless Court Program Providers
Homeless Transitional Program Providers:
  • National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence
    602.748.6688
    Weldon House
    Outpatient Treatment Program
    www.ncadd-phx.org

  • OIC Arizona
    602.254.5081
    Sullivan's Place; SET/GFIF Program
    General Adult Education
    www.azoic.org

  • Phoenix Dream Center
    602.346.8730
    The Rescue Project (TRP)
    Sofia's House (SH)
    Church on the Street (COTS)
    Dream Center Living (DCL)
    Dream Center Living Youth (DCLY)
    www.phxdreamcenter.org

  • Phoenix Rescue Mission 602.346.3388
    Changing Lives Center 602.688.6226
    www.phoenixrescuemission.org

  • Phoenix Shanti Group
    602.279.0008
    www.shantiaz.org

  • Salvation Army
    602.267.4130
    Hope For a Home
    (Elim House Domestic Violence Shelter and Kaiser Family Emergency Shelter)
    www.usw.salvationarmy.org

  • Save the Family
    480.898.0228
    www.savethefamily.org

  • Sojourner Center
    602.258.0331
    Residential Program
    Community Based Transitional Program
    www.sojournercenter.org

  • Tempe Community Action Agency
    480.350.5890
    www.tempeaction.org

  • Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development
    START Program 602-271-9904
    Tempe Youth Resource Center 480-966-2036
    Phoenix Youth Resource Center 602-462-5611
    www.tumbleweed.org/

  • UMOM
    602.275.7852
    Emergency
    Transitional
    Domestic Violence Housing First for Families
    www.umom.org

  • US Vets
    602.677.5902
    Veteran's In Progress (VIP) www.usvetsinc.org

About Providers
  • Please contact us for information if your agency is interested in becoming a qualified provider for MCRHC.
  • To become a provider for MCRHC, your Agency and Program must be able to:
    • Provide at least one of the four services as an organized program:
      • Transitional Housing
      • Crisis / Shelter Care
      • Permanent Supportive Housing
      • Domestic Violence Housing
      • Or provide assistance in locating and establishing housing.
    • Oversee applicant's medical, emotional, and/or physical conditions and treatment services that fosters his/her ascent out of homelessness.
    • Monitor and track applicant's progress, to document Community Restitution hours.
    • Communicate effectively with the Court.
    • Confirm applicant has been homeless.
    • Provide a detailed Letter of Advocacy.
    • Attend Court with applicant and speak of his/her achievements (or provide a substitute).
    • Communicate with MCRHC Coordinator regarding applicant's participation.
    • Submit applications for applicants who are compliant with your program(s) Referral Guidelines, and finished (or almost finished) with specified timeframes of program(s).
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