Listings for Housing / Emergency Housing/Homeless Prevention
There are a large variety of housing options available to older adults. These include 55 and up apartments and mobile home parks, active adult communities, independent and assisted living communities, and assisted living homes. Additionally, some older adults benefit from low-income and subsidized housing options. There are many things to consider when choosing the best place to call home, including cost, location, amenities and services, safety, and comfort. Individuals who qualify for the Arizona Long Term Care System receive financial assistance to help cover the cost of a contracted assisted living facility or nursing home.
Emergency Housing/Homeless Prevention
A variety of housing services and programs are available to individuals and families facing homelessness due to eviction, foreclosure, or other issues. Anyone who is homeless or at risk of becoming homeless within 14 days, can go to any of the Tucson Pima Collaboration to End Homelessness Coordinated Entry Homeless Assistance Access Points listed to complete an intake and be advised of resources and options available to them.
Community Investment Corporation (CIC)
Eviction Prevention Program (CIC)
2033 E. Grant Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85719
(520) 529-1766Fax: (520) 257-2647
CIC Provides Eviction Prevention/ Emergency Rent and Utility Assistance through a shared program between the City of Tucson and Pima County. For more information on how to apply for assistance, please call or visit our website.
Must Meet Elegibility Requirements.
Elder Shelter Project
Administration of Resources and Choices
1625 N Alvernon Way Ste 101
Tucson, AZ 85712
(520) 623-9383 | (520) 339-2801 Crisis Linehttps://arc-az.org/elder-protection/
Elder Shelter provides free, short-term placement in licensed adult care homes for older adults who need daily care. Adults in Tucson age 60 and older with health issues who need placement due to a major crisis.
Our services include:
Professional Crisis Intervention and Support services for people over 50 or for individuals with disabilities experiencing abuse or neglect
Professional Case Management Services and help navigating the justice system and acquiring appropriate legal and social services
Obtaining remote orders of protection
Safety Planning and help locating accessible long-term housing.
Mon-Thu 9:00 am-5:00 pm ; Fri 9;00 am - 4:00 pm
Eligibility criteria applies.
Emerge! Center Against Domestic Violence
(520) 795-4266 | (888) 428-0101https://www.emergecenter.org/
Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse provides the opportunity to create, sustain, and celebrate a life free from abuse.
Emerge is the largest domestic violence service provider in Southern Arizona.
We provide comprehensive domestic abuse services using a trauma-informed care model. Our services are available to anyone impacted by domestic abuse. They include a 24-hour bilingual crisis hotline, emergency shelter, crisis intervention, lay-legal assistance, safety planning, case management, domestic abuse education, basic needs (food, clothing, hygiene items), support groups, life skills education, financial literacy, housing stabilization assistance, connections to community resources, transportation assistance, parenting education, age-appropriate services for children, and more.
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Esperanza en Escalante
3700 S. Calle Polar
Tucson, AZ 85730
Esperanza en Escalante provides transitional and permanent supportive housing to veterans and veteran families. We also provide, in addition to housing, case management services, crisis intervention, help with employment, help with applications for benefits, and transportation for appointments to medical, dental, and other appointments and grocery runs. Transitional housing admittance must be pre-approved by the homeless program at the local VA located in Bldg. 90. Permanent supportive housing is managed by our property management company, Gorman and Co. You can contact Gorman and Co. at (520) 347-4500.
Mon-Fri 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
If a client has income, we request payment of program fees, usually 30% of income with a cap of $350/month.
Old Pueblo Community Services
4501 E. 5th St.
Tucson, AZ 85711
(520) 546-0122Fax: (520) 777-4512
Old Pueblo is a TPCH Coordinated Entry Homeless Assistance Access Point where anyone homeless or close to homeless can complete a VI-SPDAT homelessness assessment survey. Those in the greatest need are given priority and may be referred to as one of several participating agencies for housing. Entrance to OPCS Veterans Programs may require a referral from the Tucson VA Homeless Clinic. OPCS Reentry Recovery Program accepts applications from the Arizona State Prison Complexes and referrals from parole officers, probation officers, and other legal entities.
M - F 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Our Family Services
3830 E. Bellevue St.
Tucson, AZ 85712
(520) 323-1708 ext: 122https://www.ourfamilyservices.org/
Our Family is a TPCH Coordinated Entry Homeless Assistance Access Point where anyone homeless or close to homeless may apply for assistance with shelter placement and housing. Our Family offers housing programs for families and young people on their own, which include case management services and job search assistance.
M - F 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Pima Community Action Agency
The Pima County Community Action Agency (CAA) has a hotline to serve those who applied to the COVID-19 Rental Eviction Assistance Program funded through the Arizona Department of Housing.
Although that program is no longer accepting new applications, CAA staff may answer questions regarding the status of an application, provide forms required for processing, offer assistance to submit pending information, and direct applicants to other resources -- including utilities.
Please call the hotline or visit our website for more information about other rental assistance and eviction protection, including forms and checklists for tenants/landlords.
For more information about financial assistance with bills from Pima County or City of Tucson utilities, go here: pima.gov/UtilityBillsHelp.
Women's Crisis Shelter
(520) 882-5383 ext: 123Fax: (520) 777-6486
Primavera Foundation Casa Paloma is a shelter for women in crisis that provides a day program, case management, and other services. The location is non-disclosed, but intake may be completed in the drop-in center.
Mon-Thru-Thurs 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Primavera Foundation Homelessness Intervention and Prevention
Homelessness Intervention and Prevention
811 S. Sixth Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85701
Homelessness Intervention and Prevention offers a connection to shelter, food, hygiene items, and a mailing address. HIP also serves as a TPCH Coordinated Entry public access site where anyone homeless or close to homeless may be assessed for assistance with housing. Additionally, Rental assistance is accessed by calling the rental assistance line on the first business day of the month at 9 am- 520-395-6420.
Drop-In Center: M, W-F 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM; Administrative Office: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Primavera Foundation Men's Shelter
200 E. Benson Hwy.
Tucson, AZ 85713
Primavera Foundation Men's Shelter is a homeless shelter for men, offering shelter, case management, and other services.
Call at 9am to reserve a bed for that night