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Veteran Homelessness Resources

National Resources

National Homeless Shelter Directory

The Homeless Shelter Directory provides Homeless Shelters and Homeless Service Organizations. This includes all resources necessary to help the needy.

National Emergency Food Programs Directory

National Rent Assistance Resource Directory

National Affordable Housing Network

Free/Low-Cost Resources Listing

National Free Dental Care Directory

National Free/Affordable Rehab Center Directory

United States Interagency Council on Homelessness

National Aliiance to End Homelessness

National Coalition for Homeless Veterans

Homes for Homeless vets

National Coalition for the Homeless

Invisible People Blog

Disabled Veterans National Foundation

Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Exchange

Operation Homefront Transitional Housing Program

Pets of the Homeless

Soldiers" Angels Homeless Veteran Support

Mo's Heroes Veteran Housing Assistance

Supportive Housing and Shelters

List of housing resources we have uncovered: Homeless Shelters, Supportive Housing, Housing for Low Income, Halfway Housing, Transitional Housing, Day Shelters, Low Cost Housing

Veterans Support Organization (VSO)

Getting veterans off the streets and into the workforce is the VSO Mission. VSO has a philosophy of empowerment and believes in working with veterans to provide them a steady job and faithful support; and to allow other Americans to support those who’ve served our country by raising donations with VSO.

Oklahoma program helps Veterans exit homelessness with options for housing, food stability.

A Guide for the Homeless and Those in Need: How to Stop Living Out of Your Car

From Construction Sites to Constructed Housing: Resources for Homeless Veterans

Supporting Our Heroes: Help For Veterans' Legal Concerns

Veterans Home-Buying Guide

FHA Loan Guide


VA Mortgage Loan Document Checklist

Veterans 211

Grants for Native Americans

Western Shamrock Resources

San Diego Homebuyer

Military Guide to Moving & Storage

Financial Assistance for Homeless Vets

Homebuying Guide for Veterans

Community and Support for Veterans

Homeless Medical Resources

Homeless Veterans: How to Seek Help

Apartment Assistance for Veterans

How Does Veteran Housing Assistance Work with Apartments |

Veteran Housing Benefits Guide 

Veteran Financial Security Guide

Moving Resources

Phoenix & Arizona Resources

Phoenix Homeless Shelter Directories


Maricopa County Homeless Shelters & Services

Glendale Homeless Shelter Directory

Paradise Valley Homeless Shelter Directory

Sun City Homeless Shelter Directory

Tolleson Homeless Shelter Directory

Arizona Emergency Food Programs Directory (by City)

Arizona Free Dental Care Directory (by City)

Arizona Free/Affordable Rehab Center Directory

Arizona Listing of Emergency Shelters

Arizona Listing of Low-Income Subsidized Housing

Arizona Housing Locator Tool

Homeward Bound

Provides transitional housing and social service facility for families with children fleeing domestic violence and/or homelessness. Homeward Bound is NOT an Emergency Shelter. If you need emergency assistance call CONTACS - Community Network for Accessing Shelter at 602.263.8900


Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS)

Since 1984, CASS has been in Arizona empowering homeless individuals and families to become self-sufficient and end their homelessness.

  • Address: 230 S. 12th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85007

  • Phone: 602-256-6945   TTY: 800-367-8939

  • Website:

Phoenix Rescue Mission

The Phoenix Rescue Mission provides Christ-centered, life-transforming solutions to persons facing hunger and homelessness. 

Family Promise of Greater Phoenix

Family Promise’s mission is to provide emergency shelter and social services to help families move toward independent housing and self sufficiency. We accept only families with children, and are dedicated to keeping the family [and pets] together. Zero tolerance for substance or domestic abuse.

  • Address: 7721 E. Belleview St., Scottsdale, AZ 85257

  • Phone: 480-659-5227     Fax: 480-659-5304

  • Website:

A New Leaf

A New Leaf is a critical resource in the Valley, providing homeless shelters, affordable housing, basic needs and comprehensive services that support vulnerable families in Arizona. A New Leaf provides housing and supportive services through the following programs:

  • La Mesita Family Emergency Shelter and La Mesita Affordable Apartments

  • East Valley Men’s Center

  • East Valley Women’s Shelter / DV STOP

  • Faith House Women’s Crisis Shelter

  • Autumn House Domestic Violence Shelter

  • Rapid Rehousing

  • Desert Leaf Apartments

  • El Rancho Apartments

  • Erie and Hayden Apartments

Ozanam Manor (Society of St. Vincent De Paul)

We provide a bridge to permanent housing for homeless men and women age 50 and above; along with physically or mentally disabled adults age 18 and above.

Address: 1730 E. Monroe, Phoenix, AZ 85034

AZ Department of Economic Security Housing Services

This state agency provides services for homeless and those at-risk of becoming homeless. These services include:

  • Emergency Shelter

  • Rapid Rehousing

  • Homeless Prevention/Rental Assistance

Respite Shelter Care Centers

In September 1988, the Respite Shelter for Homeless Men took this city’s first steps in addressing the need for post-hospital recuperation for the homeless. The Respite Shelter receives referrals from social workers at every hospital in the greater Phoenix area, and from a few other medical sources. 

Lodestar Day Resource Center

The Lodestar Day Resource Center is an innovative program designed to serve the individuals experiencing homelessness of Maricopa County and to assist our homeless population to self-sufficiency.


Homeless ID Project

Homeless ID Project is the only organization in Arizona with a singular focus on helping men, women and children experiencing homelessness to rebuild their lives by obtaining identification. We are committed to reducing barriers to access employment, housing and social services.


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