Listings for Financial / Emergency Rent & Mortgage Assistance

Financial

Finances impact every part of our lives. As we age, finances can be strained by a fixed income, familial obligations, changes in the economy, and more. Resources, both public and private, in the community can help you to navigate your personal financial situations.

Emergency Rent & Mortgage Assistance

Those who offer rent and mortgage assistance may also be available to obtain clothing, hygiene items, gasoline, bus passes, and food vouchers. To receive assistance at these agencies, you must first call for an appointment. Walk-in appointments are not available.

See the glossary for descriptions of all categories


Salvation Army

1002 N. Main Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85705

(520) 795-9671 | (520) 404-5733 Lock Boxes

https://www.salvationarmytucson.org

  • Low Income

description
The Salvation Army provides family services to disaster relief to those affected by substance abuse. It helps families in need with our food pantry, hospitality house shelter, rent/mortgage assistance, employment, and emergency lock boxes for the firedepartment.

service area
Tucson

business hours
M - F 8:00 AM- 4:30 PM,

St. Vincent de Paul of Southern Arizona - Thrift Store

829 S. 6th Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85701

(520) 628-7837

Fax: (520) 624-9102

Email: inbox@svdptucson.org

https://svdptucson.org/

  • Low Income

description
St. Vincent de Paul provides help with rent and utility assistance, food assistance and clothing, furniture, mattresses, and appliances. For a list of St. Vincent de Paul's thrift stores and locations, please visit our website or call our administrative office.

business hours
M-F 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Tucson & Pima County Eviction Prevention/Rental Assistance & Utility Relief Program

City of Tucson & Pima County
Eviction Prevention/Rental Assistance & Utility Relief Program

(520) 447-4423

https://tucsonpimaep.com/

description
The Eviction Prevention/Rental Assistance & Utility Relief Program offers both Landlords/Property Managers and Tenants the opportunity to begin the application process. It requires both parties to provide information and documentation and agree to a mutual resolution for housing stability. Open communication is highly encouraged between both parties to expedite the process.
Applying for the waitlist does not guarantee to fund. The process begins with an Eligibility Assessment to determine eligibility based on federally mandated eligibility requirements. Funding is granted upon completion of all required documentation from both parties, and eligibility approval is verified by Service Agency Case Managers assigned to each case.
Please call or visit our website for more information on how to apply.

costs
Must meet eligibility requirements.

Valley Assistance Services, Inc.

3950 S. Camino del Heroe
Green Valley, AZ 85614

(520) 625-5966

Fax: (520) 625-1261

Email: info@valleyassistanceservices.org

https://valleyassistanceservices.org/

  • ALTCS
  • Low Income
  • Spanish Services

description
Valley Assistance Services provides multiple community health and social services programs, which include:
- Going Home with Care, a post-hospital discharge program
- A Touch That Cares (R), RN Medical Advocacy for seniors
- SHiM (R), (Safety and Health in Motion), a fall prevention program
- Neighbors Helping Neighbors in Green Valley/Sahuarita and Tubac Regional Neighbors Helping Neighbors, a transportation and socialization program
- MAP (Map-a-Plan), a rent and utility assistance program
- Workforce Training/Career Path Building and Computer Lab
- Neighbors AIM (Awareness in Memory Loss), classes, and peer-support groups
- connect with, friendly phone calls to seniors
- SASS (Social and Support for Seniors), peer-group socialization
- SNAP (food stamps) application
See separate Resource listings for detailed information.

service area
Amado,Arivaca,Green Valley,Sahuarita,Tubac

business hours
M - F 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

costs
All programs are free except for A Touch That Cares(R) concierge care management, a fee-based program.