Connecting community needs and resources to serve the residents of Chandler

Homeless ID Project is the only organization in Arizona with its sole mission to help men, women, and children experiencing homelessness to rebuild their lives by obtaining their identification.

AZ Relay services

Domestic Violence

Single Individuals

Homeless and at-risk families 

If you are a single individual seeking shelter, please call 602-759-5356.

Chandler Resources

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Other Resources

Call the Domestic Violence Centralized Screening line at 480-890-3039.

A New Leaf
East Valley Men's Center

2345 N. Country Club Dr., Mesa
EVMC offers single homeless men shelter, food, and clothing: life skills training, work assistance, case management, counseling, legal services, GED preparation, substance abuse resources {on-site AA/NA), and referrals.

​Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest
10201 S. 51st St., #180, Bldg. A, Phoenix
Provides programs and services throughout the state of Arizona to the homeless, the jobless, the poor, the disabled, and those in need of counseling​.

CASS Emergency Shelters
1214 W. Madison St., Phoenix (12th & Jefferson streets)

CASS provides emergency shelter for homeless families, men and women; case management, employment search, and medical services.

Jacob's Journey House
2051 East Apache Blvd., Tempe AZ 85281
Providing emergency housing (including pets),
clothing, counseling, job search assistance, and education access.

(Interfaith Homeless Emergency Lodging Program)   

I-HELP is a program based upon faith organizations opening their facilities one night a week/or month to provide a safe place to sleep for homeless individuals or those temporarily without shelter.

Thanks to the AZCEND for running the I-HELP program, currently running seven days a week in Chandler

Homeless Assistance Resources

Community Bridges
* Homeless 24-Hour Access to Care Line  |  1-877-931-9142
* Substance Abuse/Detox  |  480-831-7566
1811 S. Alma School Road, Suite 160, Mesa
Provides substance use related crisis services to homeless and working poor, including medical detoxification and outpatient continuing care.

Com Trans
Crisis Transportation 602-222-9444
Transportation provided to people in crisis situations to a safe destination to receive appropriate assistance {shelters, medical appointments, etc.).​

Safelink Wireless -Lifeline Services
1-800-SAFELINK 1-800-723-3546
Qualifying customers receive free cellular service and a free Safelink Wireless cell phone with no bills or contracts.

Compass Christian Church
For information on weekly showers call 480-963-3997.

Homeless and at-risk families seeking shelter please contact the Family Housing Hub at 602-595-8700

The Arizona Relay Services provides free 24-hour telephone access for people who are deaf, deaf-blind, hard of hearing, or have difficulty speaking. Dial 7-1-1 to connect with Arizona Relay Service. 

Veterans Services

National Call Center for Homeless
Veterans 1-800-424-3838 or 1-877-4AIDVET
Veteran's Crisis Line   |   1-800-273-8255
Veterans Administration  |   1-800-827 -1000

Veterans Transporation |  Call Resurrection Street Ministry, Inc. thrift store at 480-649-1288 to schedule a ride.

NATN Support Education Empowerment & Direction (SEEDs)
The SEEDs program provides a safe, sober living environment with on-the-job training provided through the Cup O'Karma Cafe program.


La Mesita Family Shelter
2245 W. Ella St., Mesa
La Mesita provides food, shelter, clothing, financial literacy counseling, parenting, education, job training, employment resources, behavioral health referrals and on-site substance abuse support groups, including AA.

Labor's Community Services
Transitional Housing

3117 N. 16th St# 100, Phoenix
This program provides safe, affordable housing and comprehensive case management to assist families in attaining self-sufficiency.

Save the Family, Homeless
Intervention & FACES Program

450 W. 4th Place, Mesa
Intervention program provides transitional housing in scattered sites, case management, classes, and education. FACES provides parenting skills, financial literacy, career development, and legal advocacy.

UMOM • New Day Centers
3333 E. Van Buren St. Phoenix
UMOM provides families with emergency shelter, case management, employment services, counseling, child care, and education related to parenting, household and financial management.

Chandler CARE Center
777 E. Galveston, Chandler
The CARE Center provides children with free acute-care medical treatment, well-child check-ups, prescriptions, TB skin tests, medical tests & imaging, immunization clinics, and a food bank. Dental services include screenings, cleanings & fluoride varnish treatment.

345 S. California St. Chandler
The Center serves as the CAP office providing food,eviction prevention, utility assistance, case management, and I-HELP. Food Bank Hours: Mon. 12-3 p.m., Tues-Thurs. 9 a.m. -12 p.m., Fri. 9 a.m.

Chandler Public Library Adult Literacy & Job Center
22 S. Delaware St., Chandler
The Adult Literacy program provides language tutoring, conversation groups, and one-on-one assistance in the Leaming Lab. The Job Center provides job search assistance and resources.

The Clothes Cabin - One Small Step
1100 N. Alma School Road, Suite 9, Chandler
Clothing, bedding and work boots provided to people in need, and laundry service for homeless. Storage lockers and mail boxes are also available to homeless clients (only).  Open Tuesday & Wednesday from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.  and Thursday from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. 

Matthew's Crossing Food Bank
1368 N. Arizona Ave., Unit 112, Chandler
The Food Bank provides one food box per month, available Monday thru Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Photo ID is required.

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul
230 W. Galveston at St. Mary's Catholic Church
St. Vincent de Paul provides food bags and utility assistance. Hours are Monday/Wednesday/Friday 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

The Salvation Army
85 E. Saragosa St., Chandler
This Salvation Army provides families and individuals with basic needs including food boxes, utility and rental assistance, school supplies, referrals, and other supportive services.