Affordable Housing
Cccs South West, A Division of Mmi [(800) 308-2227]
1215 Gail Gardner Way, Suite B, Prescott, AZ 86305
HUD Approved Housing Counselling Agency. Assists with the following: Financial Management; Budget Counselling; Mortgage Delinquency; Default Resolution Counselling; Non-Delinquency Post Purchase; Workshops for Home-owners; Pre-purchase Counselling; Pre-purchase Home-buyer Education Workshops; Rental Housing Counselling

Village Tower [(605) 362-3168] 1075 Ruth St, Prescott, AZ 86301 A senior low income apartment subsidized by HUD (Housing & Urban Development). This means that Section 8 may be accepted and/or there are apartments that are income based (30% of adjusted gross income). Casa De Pinos [(928) 445-1470]
117 Cory Ave, Prescott, AZ 86303
A senior low income apartment subsidized by HUD.

Catholic Social Services [(928) 778-2531] 434 W. Gurley, Prescott, AZ 86031 The Arizona Department of Housing handles their Eviction Prevention & Emergency Homeless Housing (EPEH) Program out of this office. Services include: rental eviction prevention, mortgage foreclosure help, rental security and Utility help deposits, Utility assistance, Financial Education, Food Pantry, Community Closet, Medical Loan Closet, North Star Youth Development, Unplanned Pregnancy Counselling, Adoption, Foster Care, Therapeutic Foster Care, Veteran Services, Immigration Services.

CCJ’s Second Chance Housing [(928) 237-3811] 505 W Gurley Street Prescott, AZ 86301 CCJ acts as a compassionate landlord willing to overlook past issues and rent out housing at affordable rates.


Homeless Shelters
Many have very long waiting lists, also shelters go out of business, call before going to confirm location is still active.

Yavapai Territorial Gospel Rescue Mission, Prescott, AZ 86301 928-443-8779 http://www.yavapaimission.org Serves women & their children who need short term housing.

Prescott Area Women’s Shelter
336 N. Rush Street Prescott, AZ 86301
928-778-5933 http://www.prescottshelter.org
For women & their children. Office Hours: M-F 8am-12pm. Has 2 programs: The Prescott Area Women’s Shelter; & The Family Shelter which serves families of any make-up. Provides Emergency Shelter services; food (hot meal at night, breakfast, & snacks); dormitory-style shelter w/personal lockers; community room w/access to net/phone; showers; clothing. Case Management: Info on social service agencies, affordable housing options, signing up for gov subsidies, computer classes, substance abuse program information.

Women In Need Of Shelter
631 Division Street Prescott, AZ 86301
(520) 771-8542 Transitional housing for women.

Judian Society: Women Helping Women
If you are a woman in crisis and need help, do not hesitate in contacting the Judian Society, to help you get through whatever challenges you face. They are available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, all year round to make sure that you have someone to help you when you need it.  Call (928) 778-2725 If you are asked to leave a message, please do so, they will call back quickly. Intakes are by Appointment on Mondays  It’s Possible Bakery 410 W. Gurley St. Prescott, AZ 86301 Mon-Sat, 8am-3pm

Project Aware Inc Men’s Shelter
217 W. Leroux Prescott, AZ 86301
928-778-7744 http://www.projectawareinc.com
Temp shelter for men. Intake is 6pm (365 nights/year). Requirements: fill out check-in form, show photoID, over 18yo, be sober, take nightly shower & do nightly chore. Permitted to stay 7-15 nights every 30 day’s. Transition Beds: A number of transition beds available for men who are working. They charge $5 a night and require that you save 60% of your income for future housing needs. Day Resource Center: Open M-F 9am-12Noon. Relax, have coffee, watch TV. Showers M-F 9am-11am. Clothes Bank. They have a telephone & take messages, their address can be used to receive mail.

Catholic Social Service of Yavapai
116 N. Summit Prescott, AZ 96301
928-778-2531 http://www.catholiccharitiesaz.org
Provides transitional housing for those in need from 6 months to 2 years. Fees may apply for this Housing resource. Can apply for sliding scale fee payment or other options.

Catholic Charities Community Services Emergency Shelter
434 W Gurley St Prescott, AZ 86301
(928) 778-2531 Short-term housing for homeless individuals and families for up to 30 days. WYGC Transitional Housing
624 Dameron Street Prescott, AZ 86301
(520) 445-5211 Transitional housing from 6months-2year stays. Also offers Rental assistance. Fees may apply for this Transitional Housing resource.

U.S.VETS 1113 E. Gurley St Prescott, AZ 86313
(928) 583-7200 http://www.usvetsinc.org/prescott
Temp housing (65 beds) for vets. Permanent housing (7 units) for disabled vets. Other services include Veterans’ Career Center, Employment programs, Supportive services, and Food service.

Transitional Living Program, Prescott, AZ 86303
520-403-2186 M-F 8am-5pm. Housing assistance & case management to help find employment, health services, establish identification & other services for young Men & Women, ages 18-21.

Quixote’s Garage, 217 N. McCormick Street, #5 Prescott, AZ 86301 928-771-2637
A drop-In day shelter, for anyone who needs a place to be out of the cold, heat, etc, or just a safe, calm place to relax during the day. Open every day (Except Wednesday) 8:30am-2:30pm. They have a telephone & take messages, their address can be used to receive mail, they have several couches, free coffee/tea & sometimes food-goodies.

Safe Legal Sleep [(928) 237-3811] 1034 Fair Street, Prescott, AZ 86301 Every night at the CCJ Thrift Store parking lot, each person receives a letter stating they have the owner’s permission to set up tents and camp there. Kind folks often bring donations of cookies, water, raincoats, and more.


Home Repair
CCJ Home Repair (928) 445-8382 Applications for repairs are accepted from qualifying home owners. After passing an interview and screening, applications are prioritised by need and by available resources. The repair work is then performed by volunteers, to the extent possible, or by professionals, as necessary.