Resources

This section of the site will provide resources and information to assist visitors in important areas. 

Resources include:

  • Associated sites

  • Links to articles and downloads

  • Documents and templates

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We're committed to improving crisis services and advancing suicide prevention by empowering individuals, advancing professional best practices, and building awareness.

Resources for specific groups are available on the site:

Save the Family (East Valley)

Support Services for Veteran Families is a program to assist low-income veteran families. http://www.savethefamily.org/

480-898-0228

450 W. 4th Place

Mesa, AZ  85201

Mesa Community Action Network

MesaCAN is a 501(c)3 that may be able to assist with utility and rent payments.

http://www.mesacan.org/

480-833-9200

635 E. Broadway Rd.

Mesa, AZ 85204

Tempe Community Action Network

TCAN is Tempe’s “Community Action Program,” assisting residents with services to alleviate poverty, hunger and homelessness.

http://tempeaction.org/

480-350-5890

2150 E. Orange St.

Tempe, AZ 85282

Vista del Camino

Vista del Camino provides a variety of services to Scottsdale residents to prevent homelessness, meet the basic needs of individuals and families in crisis, relieve economic and emotional stress and assist individuals to maintain self-sufficiency.

http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/departments/Community_Services/Human_Services/vista-del-camino

480-312-0058

7700 E. Roosevelt St.

Scottsdale, AZ 85287

Goodwill of Central & Northern Arizona

Founded in 1947, today, Goodwill of Central and Northern Arizona operates more than 80+ stores and donation centers, and no-cost Goodwill career centers across the state. Annually, they fight unemployment by providing thousands of Arizonans with job preparation resources to connect local job seekers with hiring companies.

https://www.goodwillaz.org/

602.535.4000

2626 W. Beryl Avenue

Phoenix, AZ 85021

A New Leaf

A 46-year community nonprofit organization, providing a broad spectrum of support services to help individuals and families in crisis. Last year we served 24,275 residents across the Valley.  

  • Vulnerable families receive emergency help and life-changing programs for a new start – transforming their lives to become thriving members of the community. Their successes include employment, healthier lifestyles, high school diplomas / GEDs, college degrees, life skills and proud self-sufficiency.

  • A New Leaf is a recognized leader in crisis and family services with 25 program sites Valley wide – from foster care to children's behavioral health services to financial literacy. 

http://www.turnanewleaf.org/

480.969.4024

868 E. University Dr.

Mesa, AZ 85203

United Food Bank

The Food Bank mission is to stabilize the lives of hungry, low-income people within Eastern Maricopa, Gila and Pinal, and Southern Navajo and Apache Counties of Arizona by actively acquiring, storing and distributing large quantities of wholesome and nutritious foods to our network of community and strategic partners, combined with advocacy and educational initiatives that enhance lives.  https://unitedfoodbank.org/

(480) 926-4897

245 South Nina Drive

Mesa, AZ  85210

St. Mary's Food Bank

St. Mary’s Food Bank is truly a community-based organization. Individual donors, corporate donors, and private grants help feed hungry individuals and families in our area. Serving two-thirds of Arizona’s 15 counties, we are committed to volunteerism, building community relationships and improving the quality of life for Arizonans in need.

http://www.firstfoodbank.org/

(602) 242-FOOD (3663)

2831 N. 31st Avenue

Phoenix, AZ 85009

St. Vincent de Paul

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is an international non-profit organization dedicated to serving the poor and providing others with the opportunity to serve. Read more about mission and plan in the valley here.

https://www.stvincentdepaul.net/

602.266.HOPE (4673)

420 W. Watkins Road

Phoenix, AZ 85003

Association of Arizona Food Banks

Because healthy people and communities prosper and flourish, they promote public awareness, build coalitions and partnerships, engage in advocacy to influence public policy, and support food banks to achieve a hunger-free Arizona.

This site provides a searchable listing of agencies

http://www.azfoodbanks.org/

(602) 528-3434   (800) 445-1914

Paz de Cristo Community Center

We average over 7000 visits each month to Paz de Cristo  (about 2400 unique guests). While many of our guests make multiple visits to Paz, we average about 600 individuals each month that arrive at Paz for the first time ever. The majority of these visits are for food. Food has been a critical part of our mission since our inception in 1988. Our evening meal service and our food box distribution provides more than  50,000 meals every month to the homeless, the unemployed, the working poor and senior citizens. 

http://pazdecristo.org/

480.464.2370     Fax: 480.464.2379

424 W. Broadway Rd.

Mesa, AZ 85210