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Outreach Centers

OUTREACH CENTERS AND OTHER HOTLINES

CRISIS INTERVENTION/ SUICIDE

Boys Town Suicide and Crisis Line: 800-448-3000 or 800-448-1833 (TDD)

Provides short-term crisis intervention and counseling and referrals to local community resources. Counsels on parent-child conflicts, marital and family issues, suicide, pregnancy, runaway youth, physical and sexual abuse, and other issues. Operates 24 hours, seven days a week.

Covenant House Hotline: 800-999-9999

Crisis line for youth, teens, and families. Gives callers locally based referrals throughout the United States. Provides help for youth and parents regarding drugs, abuse, homelessness, runaway children, and message relays. Operates 24 hours, seven days a week.

EATING DISORDERS

National Association of Anorexia Nervosa & Associated Disorders (ANAD): 847-831-3438 (long distance)

National Mental Health Association: 800-969-6642 9AM-5PM Mon-Fri information on mental health topics and referrals, access to an info specialist

ELDER ABUSE

Elder Abuse Hotline: 800-252-8966

Alzheimer's Association Hotline: 800-621-0379 8:30AM-4:00PM, Mon-Fri information and referral services, free brochures

HIV/AIDS/SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES

The CDC (Center for Disease Control) National Prevention Information Network: 1-800-458-5231 9AM-6PM Mon-Fri includes info on new medicines, treatment trials, HIV & AIDS, with info specialists avail. to answer questions; also at www.CDCNAC.org (CDC National Aids Clearinghouse)

National AIDS Hotline: 800-342-AIDS (2437)

Information and referrals to local hotlines, testing centers, and counseling. Open 24 hours, seven days a week.

AIDS Hotline in Spanish: 800-344-SIDA (7432) Open 8 a.m. to 2 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, seven days a week.

AIDS Hotline for the Hearing Impaired: 800-243-7889 (TDD) Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, Monday through Friday

National Sexually Transmitted Disease Hotline: 800-227-8922 Information and referrals to free and low-cost public clinics. Operators can answer general questions on prevention, symptoms, transmission and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases. Open 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, Monday through Friday.

Sexually Transmitted Disease & AIDS/HIV Information Hotline: 800-332-2437, TTY - 800-332-3889 (Ohio)

PARENT HOTLINE

1-800-840-6537: Parent Hotline is a website dedicated to helping families who are in a crisis situation. It lists behaviors for parents to be aware of such as drug use and a questionnaire on if a child is in need of intervention. Very resourceful site.

POISON CONTROL

Poison Control Any Kind of Substance: 800-662-9886

Poison Control: 800-222-1222

YOUTH

National Youth Crisis Hotline: 800-442-HOPE (4673) Provides counseling and referrals to local drug treatment centers, shelters, and counseling services. Responds to youth dealing with pregnancy, molestation, suicide, and child abuse. Operates 24 hours, seven days a week.

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES FOR PUBLIC ACCESS OF :

■800-345-KIDS: Provides information concerning children available for adoption and other children's programs

■800-342-3009: Access to general information regarding Department programs and HEAP Hotline

■800-732-5207: Day Care Complaint Line

■800-342-3720: Child Abuse Hotline

PTSD FOR VETERANS AND THE PUBLIC

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OTHER OUTREACH CENTERS

Phoenix Dream Center 3210 NW Grand Ave Phoenix, AZ 85017 602-346-8700 info@phxdreamcenter.org

wellnesscenter@phxdreamcenter.org, admin@phxdreamcenter.org Short term missions: Skye 602-346-8780 bdsteele@phxdreamcenter.org

DREAM CENTER L.A. 2301 Bellevue Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90026 ph: 213-273-7000

New York Dream Center PROMISE THEATER 316 E 91st St (between 1st & 2nd Ave) (closest subway is 4,5,6 to 86th St.) If you want to get involved in helping with our Monday services, or weekly outreaches, please email us at nydc@dreamcenter.org

About EMPOWERING WOMEN AND MEN THAT WANT TO END THE CYCLE OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. Mission To aid and assist individuals affected by domestic violence. The centers will focus on empowering victims and accusers that are ready to end the cycle of abuse in their lives. Our trained professionals will educate and instruct each Overcomer as they progress in the program. Agnes' Centers for Domestic Solutions 2750 W MCDOWELL ROAD Phoenix, Arizona 85009 Phone (602) 442-6616 Email grace@agnescenters.com Website http://www.agnescenters.com

 

Arizona Counseling & Treatment Services, L.L.C. GSA 4 (520) 709-8638 jteague@actsaz.com http://www.actsyuma.com/ Success is just around the corner Arizona Counseling & Treatment Services is proud to serve the communities of La Paz, Yuma, Pinal, Greenlee, Graham, and Cochise counties in Arizona. https://www.addictioncenter.com: 1-800-586-9670 424 E Central Blvd. | #636 | Orlando, FL 32801 / Jodi Teague-Sheridan BHT Outreach Specialist

DRUG DANGERS: http://www.drugdangers.com/drugs-devices/

ARIZONA RESOURCES

RENT/MORTGAGE/UTILITIES ASSISTANCE

City of Phoenix Housing: 830 E. Jefferson (602) 534- 2142

Community Housing: 609 N. 9th St. (602) 253-6905

Lutheran Social Ministry: (602) 271-0828

Valley Christian: 1326 W. Hadley St. (602) 258-5163

 

HOUSING RESOURCES 

St. Vincent DePaul: 602 261-6878

Salvation Army Shelters 602 267-4130NOVA 602 528-0758

Maricopa County Homeless Hotline 602 263-8900

Home Base: 602 254-7777

Homeward Bound: 602 263-7654

Homeless Hotline: 602 256-2219

Family Services: 602 267-4122

Domestic Violence Emergency Shelter: 602 263-8900 or 1-800-799-7739

(Emergency Hours: 602 266-6956)

"Craigslist.com" and search for apts. or shared rooms that will rent to an ex-felon, you may have some success

Paz de Cristo Community Center: 480 464-2370.  Provides assistance to low-income and homeless people in the East Valley/Mesa-Tempe area

 

PHOENIX SINGLE WOMEN’S SHELTERS

Andre House: 1002 W. Polk (602) 252-9023

CASS: 1209 W. Madison (602) 256-6945

Church on the Street: 24th St./Filmore (602) 275-2920

Gift of Mary: 1414 S. 17th Avenue (602) 254-8424

Maggie's Place:  (602) 257-4648

Phoenix Rescue Mission: 1801 S. 35th Avenue (602) 233-2647

U.M.O.M.: 3320 E. Van Buren St. (602) 275-4533

 

PHOENIX SINGLE MEN’S SHELTERS

12th Avenue Retreat: 1236 S. 12th Avenue (602) 272-3662

Andre House: 1002 W. Polk (602) 252-9023

CASS: 1209 W. Madison (602) 256-6945

Church on the Street: 4006 W. Van Buren (602) 447-0259

East Valley Men's Center: (480) 610-6722

House of Refuge: 6909 E. Ursula (480) 988-9242

Phoenix Rescue Mission: 1801 S. 35th Avenue (602) 233-3000

Respite Shelter: 7000 N. Central (602) 870-4353

Streets of Joy: 1202 E. Devonshire (602) 275-4533

US Mission: 1821 E. Avalon Drive (602) 264-7882

 

PHOENIX AREA FAMILY SHELTERS

The Bridge: 2001 W. Northern Avenue (602) 589-5556

Gift of Mary: 1414 S. 17th Avenue (602) 254-8424

Homeward Bound: 29 W. Thomas (602) 263-7654

Interfaith: (602) 294-0222

Labor's Community: 5818 N. 7th St. (602) 263-5741

La Mesita: 2254 W. Main Street (Mesa) (480) 834-8723

Salvation Army: 2707 E. Van Buren (602) 267-4130

Save the Family: 450 W. 4th Pl #202 (Mesa) (480) 898-0228

U.M.O.M.: 3320 E. Van Buren (602) 275-4533

Vista Colina: 1050 W. Mountain View (602) 944-0960

YWCA: 755 E. Wiletta (602) 268-0990

Youth and Children's Shelters Crisis Nursery: (602) 273-7364

East Valley Child Crisis Center: (480) 969-2308

Home Base: 931 E. Devonshire Avenue (602) 254-7777

Tumbleweed: 4829 N. 37th Avenue (602) 841-5799

Promise- 480-659-5227 

Save the family- 480-898-0227

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTERS

Autumn House: (480) 835-5555

Chrysallis: (602) 244-4999

De Colores: (602) 269-1515

Faith House: (623) 939-6798

My Sister's Place: (480) 821-1024

New Life: (623) 932-4404

Salvation Army/Elm House: (602) 267-4111

Sojourner Center: (602) 244-0089

La Posada: 7045 S. Montezuma (602) 243-9711

Ozanam Manor: 1730 E. Monroe (602) 495-3050

Phoenix Shanti: 7000 N. Central Avenue (602) 279-0008

 

HALFWAY HOUSES (not operated by the State Dept. of Corrections)

Abels House (multiple) 623-261-2243

Alice's Wonderland: 24 S. Udall (Mesa) (480) 962-8471

Calvary Rehab: 720 E. Montebello (602) 279-1468

Casa de Amigas: 1648 W. Colter (602) 265-9987

Corazon: 3639 W. Lincoln St. (602) 233-9747

Crossroads for Men: 1845 E. Ocotillo (602) 279-2585

Dana Center: 731 W. Dana Avenue (480) 461-1033

Destiny Sober Living: 5306 N. 17th Ave. (602) 249-6675

Guest House: 8910 W. Monroe St. (602) 934-0298

Hope House: 316 N. 11th Way (602) 254-5434

Living Faith: 7514 W. Mitchell (602) 772-7767

NOVA/Maverick: 7022 N 48th Avenue (602) 931-5810

Pelms House: 11773 N. 91st Ave (602) 979-6571

Progress Valley: 4430 N. 23rd Avenue (602) 274-5424

Reborn: 2546 W. Orangewood (602) 433-2382

Sand Dollar: 5049 W. Campbell (623) 247-7877

The Solution: 4210 N. Longview (602) 277-7527

SOS Fellowship: 650 N. 6th Ave. (602) 252-4205

Steps House: 7155 N. 66th Dr/Ste 102 (623) 939-1566

Teen Challenge: 1515 W. Grand Ave. (602) 271-4084

Teen Outreach: 5809 S. 5th St. (602) 323-0226

 

CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY HALFWAY HOUSES

Another Chance: 1201 W. Madison (602) 256-6933

Ebony House: 6222 S. 13th St. (602) 276-4288

LARC: 2770 E. Van Buren (602) 273-9999

Phoenix Indian Center: 2601 N. 3rd St. (602) 263-1017

Phoenix Rescue Mission: 1801 S. 35th Ave. (602) 233-3000

Project Heart: 1112 E. Washington (602) 256-2688

 

FOOD OR FOOD BOXES

Andre House:  602 257-4390

Ministry to the Incarcerated & their Families:  602 261-6836St.

Vincent DePaul:  602 254-3338

Interfaith: 743 W. Buchanan St. (602) 254-7450

Lutheran Social Ministries: (602) 271-0828

Salvation Army/Mesa: (480) 834-7777

 

MEALS

Andre House: P.M.: 213 S. 11th Avenue (602) 255-0580

Chris Becker: P.M. 9227 N. 10th Avenue (602) 944-0139

Church on the Street: 902 E. McKinley (602) 254-8302

Paz P.M.: 424 W. Broadway/Mesa (480) 464-2370

Phoenix Rescue Mission: 1801 S. 35th Avenue (602) 233-0300

St. Vincent de Paul (lunch): 119 S. 9th Avenue (602) 495-3065

St. Vincent de Paul (lunch): 67 W. Broadway/Mesa (480) 649-0081

WORK- Command Center: 602-252-3442 Area of 51st avenue and Mcdowell. Must pass Urinalysis and have 2 forms of ID.

Phoenix Workforce Connection: 602 534-5904 or 602 534-6916 Provides job readiness training and some other support services.

TRANSPORTATION

Dial-A-Ride: 602 253-4000

Safe Ride: 1-800-797-7433

Tickets to Jobs: 602 534-1250

Work Links:  602 506-3995

Valley Metro Bus Service:  602 253-5000

 

HEALTH

AHCCCS Indigent Medical:  602 275-3230 or 1-800-654-8713

AIDS Center: 1-800-342-2437

Lions Club Eye Care: 602 267-7573

Family Services: 480 545-9626

Kids Care: 1-877-764-5437

Maricopa County Health Dept. :   602 506-6900

Mental Health Association:  480 994-4407

Tattoo Removal:  602 262-7370 (6862)

X-TATOO (Removal): (602) 534-3121

Urgent Care:  602 222-0444

Poison Control:  1-800-362-0101

 

RESOURCES

Arizona Women's Education and Employment, Inc. (602) 223-4333

Adult Children of Alcoholics: 602 241-6760

Value Options: 602 914-5800

Adult Protective Services 1-877-767-2385

Al-Anon: 602 249-1257

Alcoholics Anonymous: 602 264-1341

Child Protective Services: 602 530-1800

Cocaine Anonymous: 602 279-3838

DES Family Assistance: 602 495-1308

Friendly House: 602 257-1870

Help Hotline: 602 273-0786

Narcotics Anonymous: 602 784-4004

Parents Anonymous: 602 248-0428

Community Legal Services: 602 258-3434

Restoration of Civil Rights -Maricopa County convictions: 602 506-0547

Sex Offender Registration: 602 256-1070

Obtain Copies of Maricopa County Court Papers: 602 506-1155

Lawyer Referral: 602 257-4434

Fair Housing: 480 644-3660

St. Vincent de Paul Ministry to the Incarcerated: (602) 261-6836

At Risk Teenagers-Project Challenge: (480) 988-4100, ext 228

Family Services Agency/Community Reintegration for Ex-Offenders: (602) 252-0918

Adult Children of Alcoholics: 602 241-6760

Value Options: 602 914-5800

Adult Protective Services:  1-877-767-2385

Al-Anon: 602 249-1257

Alcoholics Anonymous: 602 264-1341

Child Protective Services: 602 530-1800

Cocaine Anonymous: 602 279-3838

DES Family Assistance: 602 495-1308

Friendly House: 602 257-1870

Help Hotline: 602 273-0786

Narcotics Anonymous: 602 784-4004

Parents Anonymous: 602 248-0428

Our Common Welfare: 135 N. Country Club, Mesa, Az. 85201 (480) 733-2688

Women's Resource Center/Fresh Start Mentoring Services:  Call 602 262-8494.

Women Living Free: Call 623 206-2823 

ICM FOOD AND CLOTHING BANK - PHOENIX AZ

Call (602) 254-7450, info@icmaz.org, http://www.icmaz.org/

About- ICM has been serving the Valley's less fortunate since 1983 with food, clothing, toiletries, diapers, baby formula and more! ICM also provides case management and a free monthly medical clinic in collaboration with Cathedral Health Services.
Company Overview-501 (c) 3 NonProfit Food & Clothing Bank
General Information- Open 9:00-11:00am Monday-Saturday to serve the less fortunate with everyday necessities at no cost. Once a month we hold a free medical clinic to provide basic medical services at no cost.
Products- Food, Clothing, Toiletries, Diapers, Baby Formula, household items, bedding, children's clothing & school uiniforms.

 

Cahra (Pinal County) call for transitional living assistance 520-466-1112,
You mom-- is in Phoenix 602-275-7852
Family promise, Tempe 480-654-5227
Housing hub 602-595-8700 in Phoenix they help people get placement or transitional housing
DV hotline in Phoenix 480-890-3039

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