Coordinating Agencies for Housing and Services in Pima County

Especially for individuals experiencing homelessness.

Arizona 211 - Pima County

Find resources and services for housing and shelter, food and clothing, domestic violence, veterans services, employment, mental health and substance abuse.

Arizona Department of Economic Security

The Department of Economic Security (DES) Family Assistance Administration provides language assistance free of charge to those with limited English proficiency when assistance is needed for Nutrition AssistanceCash Assistance and some Medical Assistance programs. Please contact your DES office or call 1-855-432-7587 for program assistance provided in your preferred language.

Old Pueblo Community Services
4501 E. 5th Street
Phone: 520-546-0122

OPCS housing is provided at ten Communities located in central Tucson. Housing is assigned based on the program which best meets the client’s needs. Old Pueblo adheres to Housing First principals across all levels of housing offered. Housing First means ending homelessness by providing long-term homeless individuals with dignified housing, without barriers such as pets or partners or active addictions, so they are no longer living on the streets or in shelters.

Our Family Services
2590 N. Alvernon Way
Phone: 520-323-1708

Our Family’s mission is to eliminate homelessness and strengthen our community. Seeks to provide housing and services for families and youth.

Center of Opportunity
4550 S. Palo Verde Rd.
Phone: 520-740-1501

The Center of Opportunity is a collaborative campus that serves the homeless with dignity where nonprofits, government agencies, and churches provide essentials, counseling and needed service for people on a journey of restoration. The Center of Opportunity is a holistic one-stop center that provides most services a homeless person needs to be restored and thrive in a compassionate environment.

Salvation Army
1002 N. Main Avenue
Phone: 520-795-9671
Contact information

Hospitality House Shelter, Adult Rehabilitation, and Tucson Social Services, which include transitional housing, case management, emergency utility and rent assistance.

Pio Decimo Center
848 S. 7th Avenue
Phone: 520-622-2801

Pio Decimo Center helps individuals and families make lasting, positive change in their lives. For our youngest community members, we provide childcare and early childhood education. At our Youth Center, teens find recreational activities, skill-building classes, and mentors. For families, we offer practical solutions to complex problems. Our programs help to reduce poverty, prevent homelessness, and encourage home ownership. And for seniors, we provide safe and affordable housing in active, caring communities.

CODAC | Comprehensive Health Care, Centered on You
Phone: 520-327-4505
Contact information

CODAC provides primary care and a full continuum of professional behavioral health care (for substance abuse, depression, etc.) to adults and youth.

La Frontera Arizona RAPP 
1082 E Ajo Way #100
Phone: 520-882-8422, Mon - Fri 8am - 4pm
La Frontera Arizona RAPP can help with recovery from drugs and alcohol. Specialists are available 24/7 to help. La Frontera Center provides outpatient and residential mental health and substance abuse treatment services to children, youth, and adults in Pima County, Arizona.

Primavera Foundation
811 S. 6th Avenue
Phone: 520-623-5111, M, W, Th, F 9am - 12:30pm 

Homeless intervention and prevention drop-in center. Your pathway out of poverty starts here. Your first stepping-stone is connecting to emergency services at the Primavera Foundation. You may begin to regain your dignity through staff and volunteer compassion, mail and voice messages, essential toiletries, and showers.

Tucson Pima Collaboration to End Homelessness
c/o City of Tucson HCD
310 N. Commerce Park Loop
Santa Rita Building, 1st Floor
Phone: 520-837-5331

Tucson Pima Collaboration to End Homelessness (TPCH) is a coalition of community and faith-based organizations, government entities, businesses, and individuals committed to the mission of ending homelessness and addressing the issues related to homelessness in our community.

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