Q1. How do I get help with food boxes, furniture, clothing, utility bills or rent?
A1. We provide food boxes, thrift store gift cards, utility bill and rent assistance 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 602.850.6777 for assistance.
Q2. How do I get a meal at a dining room?
A2. Anybody is welcome to visit our dining room for hot, nourishing meals. Visit our program page for a list of our dining room locations and hours. In addition to dinner, our family dining room provides tutoring, science projects, reading clubs and other enriching programs for children. A family shuttle provides transportation for several neighborhoods in central and south Phoenix.
Q3. How do I get a dental appointment?
A3. For children's dental appointments, call our dental clinic at (602) 261-6868. Visit our adult dental program page for more information on getting an appointment for adults.
Q4. How do I get a medical appointment?
A4. Call our medical clinic at (602) 261-6868.
Q5. How do I become a resident at Ozanam Manor?
A5. Ozanam Manor is our bridge shelter 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.
Q6. What type of services are available on your main campus for people who are homeless?
A6. Our main campus, located at 420 W. Watkins Rd. in Phoenix, provides food, showers, clothing, employment guidance and other referral services for people experiencing homelessness. Visit us Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.