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Placing value on people.

We prioritize providing Assisted Living Housing to adults experiencing homelessness, thus ending their homelessness and serving as a platform from which they can pursue personal goals and improve their quality of life. This approach is guided by the belief that people need basic necessities like food and a place to live before attending to anything less critical, such as getting a job, budgeting properly, or attending to substance use issues.

A client choice is valuable in housing selection and supportive service participation, and that exercising that choice is likely to make a client more successful in remaining housed and improving their life.

“If poverty is a disease that infects the entire community in the form of unemployment and violence, failing schools and broken homes, then we can’t just treat those symptoms in isolation. We have to heal that entire community.”

– President Barack Obama

There are over 36,000 homeless people in Arizona — that’s one in every 184 Arizonans

More than 25,800 people in Maricopa County have no place to call home

Statewide, nearly 50 percent of the homeless population is considered unsheltered — people living on the streets