Below is a list of our program areas, and contact information to get connected with services. If you are looking for services we don't provide please call 2-1-1 for assistance.
Q1. How do I get help with food boxes, furniture or clothing?
We provide food boxes and thrift store gift cards through our community food pantries, which are based out of Catholic churches. Each one responds to needs within its neighborhood. Use this map to find the food pantry that serves your neighborhood. Since all of the pantries are run by volunteers, each location has unique operating hours. Simply type in your address in the search bar and the Google Map will show you the pantry service boundaries, hours and phone number. If we do not have a food pantry in your neighborhood, please call 2-1-1 for assistance.
For additional resources, visit the Arizona Food Bank Network website for a list of food banks in your area. Many school districts are opening facilities for breakfast and lunch. Please visit your specific school district's websites for more information.
Q2. How do I get help with rent and utility bills?
Call our rent and utility assistance line at 602-850-6948. Due to the overwhelming bill assistance need in our community right now, the phone line fills up fast. Please leave a message and keep trying the line as all calls and voicemails are returned in the order in which they are received.
You can also call 2-1-1 to be connected to assistance centers nearest your neighborhood. Or click here for a list of other agencies providing rent and utility assistance.
If your rental emergency is due to the pandemic, the City of Phoenix is still taking appointments Mon-Fri at 602-534-2433. Note that you MUST be able to provide documentation of a pandemic-related crisis. Click here for more information on eligibility.
Q3. How do I get a meal at a dining room?
Here is a list of our dining room locations and hours. We will be maintaining regular hours with in-person dining at all locations and to-go options at select locations. Dream Center educational activities are available Monday - Friday from 4-6pm in our Family Dining Room.
Q4. How do I get a dental appointment?
Please visit the dental clinic page for more information on appointments for adults and children.
Q5. How do I get a medical appointment?
Existing patients and new patients may call us at (602) 261-6825 to schedule an appointment. Messages will be returned within 48 hours. There is limited, free COVID testing available through Paradigm Labs.
SVdP's Virginia G. Piper Medical Clinic does serve as an official COVID-19 vaccination site for Maricopa County. Vaccines are open to the public (anyone 18 or older) by appointment only. Both first dose and/or second dose Moderna COVID vaccines are available. There are no walk-in vaccinations. Contact the clinic at 602-261-6825 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your appointement.
An “On Call No Waste” list is also available. Filling out the form does not guarantee a vaccine at a specific time, but rather puts people on an on-call list for when there are extra vaccines available. Any person on the “On Call No Waste” list may receive a last-minute call for a same-day vaccine at SVdP’s Virginia G. Piper Medical Clinic (420 W. Watkins Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85003) during clinic hours Mon-Fri 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. "ON CALL NO WASTE" INTEREST FORM: https://forms.gle/fdKEPDxcmC8Jcwis8
Q6. How do I become a resident at Ozanam Manor?
Ozanam Manor is our transitional housing for people who are over 50 years or have disabilities. You can read more frequently asked questions and answers regarding Ozanam Manor here . If you have other questions, please call (602) 850-6900 to talk to a staff member.
Q7. What type of services are available at the Resource Center?
Our Resource Center is located at 320 W. Watkins Rd. in Phoenix. We are providing respite and heat relief Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily showers, clothing and other services are available before 3 p.m. Sack lunches and hot meals are provided daily upon request.