Tempe Community Action Agency (TCAA)
TCAA serves Tempe residents, helping seniors, adults, and families meet basic needs – they operate a food pantry, three senior centers, aging programs, Home-Delivered Meal program, emergency rent/mortgage and utility assistance, the Tempe Interfaith Homeless Emergency Lodging Program (I-HELP), pre- and post-natal services, two community gardens, the Family Economic Advancement Initiative, and other projects and programs.
2146 East Apache Boulevard
Tempe, AZ 85281
Hot Line: 480-389-1375
Find services here: http://tempeaction.org/services/ - note that some senior services also serve Scottsdale residents
The Food Pantry is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to noon and on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Parking available or ride the Valley Metro Light Rail Line to either the Smith-Martin/Apache Blvd Stop #10026 or the Price-101 Fwy/Apache Blvd Stop #10027

ASU Homeless Legal Assistance Project
Law students and attorneys assist the homeless in five facilities in the Phoenix area: CASS, UMOM, La Mesita, Victory Place, and EVMC.

Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS)
Shelter and support services. 
230 S. 12th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85007 | 602-256-6945; TTY: 800-367-8939

Directory of Safe Havens for Animals Program 
Look for the Arizona listings on the home page. Those fleeing domestic violence may bring pets to these shelters. The Humane Society of the U.S. has verified the accuracy of all the Safe Haven listings

Phoenix Homeless Shelters and Services
Shelters and services in Phoenix and surrounding area.

Catholic Charities Mana House – Veterans Helping Veterans
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/MANAHouseAZ/
The MANA (Marines, Army, Navy, Airforce) House is a peer-support organization of homeless and formerly homeless veterans that help support veterans rebuilding their lives by providing support from our staff and partners.
795 East Willetta Street
Phoenix, AZ 85006

AZ Department of Housing – Homeless Assistance
Homeless shelters and services around the state.

Family Promise of Greater Phoenix
7221 E. Belleview St., Scottsdale, AZ 85257 | Main: (480) 659-5227
Family Promise rescues primarily first time homeless families from the streets and provides emergency shelter and basic needs in a sixty-day program designed to assist their return to self-sufficiency.  Our shelter includes a sanctuary for the family pet, the first such program in Arizona. Family Promise created a pet sanctuary complete with kitty condos a dog area and dog run.  This program can hold eight cats and eight dogs at one time.  The program also has areas available for reptiles.  The program is for families who are coming into the Family Promise program and have a pet as part of their family.
Pet FAQs: http://familypromiseaz.org/programs/transitional-shelter-2/

Tucson Homeless Shelters and Services
Shelters and services in Tucson and surrounding area.

Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development - Tempe Youth Resource Center
101 East 6th Street, Tempe, AZ 85281 | (602) 271-9904
The Emergency Housing Program is Arizona's only emergency overnight shelter for young adults ages 18-25 and their pets. This program helps stop the immediate risk of violence, sexual exploitation, malnutrition and mental health dangers young people on the street often face. Also, a home where minors and runaways age 12-17 find temporary safety and support during periods of crisis.

Health Care for the Homeless – Phoenix
Circle the City Downtown Family Health Center will be providing medical care to homeless individuals and families.
At the Human Services Campus: 220 S. 12th Ave., Phoenix., AZ
Second location: Parsons Family Health Center, 3522 N. Third Avenue, Phoenix, AZ
Contact Circle the City at (602) 776-7676 for more information or to schedule an appointment.  

Lost Our Home Pet Rescue
2323 South Hardy Drive, Tempe, Arizona 85282 | 602-445-7387
The only organization in the Valley focused on both pets and people in crisis, dedicated to rescuing pets abandoned or at risk of homelessness, provides pet care when people find themselves in challenging life situations.

Homeless Health Care Clinics in Tucson
Find all the Homeless Health Care Resources in Tucson, AZ that provide comprehensive primary care and preventive care, including health, oral, and mental health/substance abuse services to persons of all ages.

Sister Jose’s Women’s Center
1050 South Park Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85719 | 520-909-3905
Sisters Helping Sisters Day Program - drop-in center that provides three meals a day, showers and laundry, clothing and shoes, and personal hygiene products for homeless women in a pet-friendly center.

Community Legal Services
Legal help for low-income individuals and communities in Central Arizona and Maricopa County: family law, public benefits, employment issues, consumer protection, housing problems, and farm worker assistance.
Locations: Phoenix, East Valley, Mohave County, San Luis, Yavapai County, Yuma County
Phoenix Ofc: 305 South Second Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85003 | 602-258-3434Find other locations here: https://clsaz.org/locations.html

McKinney Vento Act: Education for Homeless Students
Guarantees homeless children and youth an education equal to what they would receive if they were not homeless.
Frank Migali, MBA: AZ Dept. of Education Homeless Education Director
homeless@azed.gov OR frank.migali@azed.gov
1535 W. Jefferson, Bin#14, Phoenix, AZ 85007 | 602-542-4963; Toll-free: 855-711-3231