Shelter and Weather Relief
At SVdP we have a long-term transitional housing for adults with disabilities, veterans and seniors experiencing homelessness. We have an adult emergency shelter for individuals living near Washington St. in Downtown Phoenix who are interested in getting back into permanent housing. We also have temporary summer heat relief shelters around the Valley.
Transitional housing for older adults
Call the phone number listed to begin the pre-screening process. Then you will have to come in for a second, face-to-face interview with a case manager to ensure that you would be a good fit for the program. There is no cost if you don't have any income otherwise the cost is 30% of income for residents. Veterans should work through the VA to enter the program. While in the program, a dedicated case manager will work with you to make sure you have all your paperwork in order and help you find an affordable place to live.
50+, veteran, adult with disability
Contact for intake
Locations for transitional housing for older adults
Adult Emergency Shelter
Entry to the shelter is by referral only. There are no walk-up services. There are 260 beds available. Once a resident enters the program the bed/space is theirs until they are able to find more permanent housing. Our community offers wrap-around case management and holistic services onsite to help individuals experiencing homelessness resolve their barriers to finding housing and is open with security 24/7.
By referral from community partners
Locations for emergency adult shelter
We give out cold water and access to air conditioning during the day at our dining rooms from June 1 to September 30 every year. Check specific location for times.
Looking for additional heat relief locations around the Valley, view the MAG 2023 Heat Relief Network Map.
Open to anyone. Walk-ins welcome.
Locations for Heat Relief
Need additional support?
Contact our partner agency 2-1-1 Arizona for more services.