Resources for People Experiencing Homelessness

 

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No Place to Stay? Complete a Coordinated Entry Housing Assessment

Coordinated Entry is the system used to assist persons experiencing homelessness. 

Coordinated Entry is administered by Tucson Pima Collaboration to End Homelessness (TPCH).

It all starts with a single assessment to determine what services an individual or family may be eligible for.

To learn more and to get started, visit the TPCH website Coordinated Entry page.

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Resources (Arizona 211)

 

 

 

 

Arizona 211 is a website that lists services for individuals experiencing homelessness, including access to:

  • Temporary shelter
  • Food
  • Applying for Medicaid and SNAP
  • Heat relief
  • Employment opportunities
  • Transportation
  • And More

To access Arizona 211 Pima County resources, click here.

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Street Outreach Teams

If you need support, give an outreach team a call.

Street outreach teams work to help people sleeping outside stay safe and healthy. They can provide food items, hygiene supplies, information, and resources. They can also help you connect to shelter and housing resources.

City of Tucson

  • Cold water
  • Hygiene supplies
  • Food bag or snack pack
  • Help with housing
Must be in Tucson or neighboring communities
Tuesday - Friday; 6am – 4:30pm

 

La Frontera RAPP

  • Cold water
  • Hygiene supplies
  • Food bag or snack pack
  • Help with housing

For adults with serious mental illness and/or substance use

 

Our Family Services

  • Cold water
  • Hygiene supplies
  • Food bag or snack pack
  • Help with housing

For youth age 12-24

 

El Rio Community Health Center

  • Cold water
  • Hygiene supplies
  • Food bag or snack pack
  • Health screening and medical services
For children and adults in need of non-emergency medical assistance

 

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