The Judicial Branch of Arizona, Maricopa County
Homeless Court Program Providers
Homeless Transitional Program Providers:
Central Arizona Shelter Services
Human Services Campus, Success Center
Labor's Community Service Agency
Lodestar Day Resource Center
Native American Connections
OIC - Arizona
Salvation Army ARC
Salvation Army - Kaiser Center
Save the Family
TCAA - IHelp
Tumbleweed Transitional/Independent Living Program
VA Health Care - Transitional
VA Health Care - CASSVETS
About Providers or how to become a Provider
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:
Oversee applicant’s medical, emotional, and/or physical conditions and treatment services that fosters their ascent out of homelessness.
Monitor and track progress.
Applicant must be active and compliant with program for the dictated timeframes of the program.
Serve as an advocate for applicant.
Communicate effectively with Court and Public Defender.
Verify applicant’s homelessness.
Write and provide a letter of advocacy on applicant’s behalf to MCRHC signed by qualified staff.
Submit all accomplishments of applicant to MCRHC (including community restitution hours).
Attend Court with applicants and speak of their achievements.
Follow MCRHC process for applications.
Remain in communication with MCRHC Coordinator regarding applicant’s participation and acceptable charges.
Provide assistance in at least one of the four services as an organized program:
Crisis / Shelter Care
Permanent Supportive Housing
Domestic Violence Housing
Homeless Court Home
Traditional vs. Homeless Court
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