Resources

If it is an emergency, CALL 911

Central Arizona Crisis Line:
Call: 602-222-9444 or 800-631-1314

Crisis Text Line
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Crisis Text Line is free, 24/7 support for those in crisis. Text from anywhere in the USA to text with a trained Crisis Counselor.

Arizona Child Protective Services:  
1 888 767 2445 (1 888 SOS CHILD) 
https://dcs.az.gov/report-child-abuse

Teen Lifeline: 
24 hour service with trained peer counselors available daily 3pm-9pm.  
Call or text 602-248-8336 (TEEN) or Statewide: 800-248-8336. This is a LGBT+ inclusive organization. Visit: TeenLifeline.org 

Trevor Project:
Hotline, support, and resources for LGBTQ youth and young adults. 
Call TrevorLifeline: 866-488-7386: Available 24/7/365
Visit TheTrevorProject.Org 
Text “Trevor” to 202-304-1200 Available: Mon-Fri 12pm-7pm 

Trans Lifeline: 
A hotline staffed by trans people, for trans people
Call: 875-565-8860
Visit: TransLifeline.org

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:

The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones and best practices for professionals.

Call:  1-800-273-8255

Visit:  https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Go to www.azfoodbanks.org and click on “find a food bank” from that page you can also sign up for food assistance programs such as food stamps. Check out the website for the most up-to-date info.

Go to www.freefood.org and click on Arizona, then you can search for food banks.

HomeBase is LGBTQ+ inclusive (ages 18-24). Call 602-263-5531 for an intake. Let them know if you are a one•n•ten youth.

Centralized Screening for all Domestic Violence Shelters call 480-890-3039. Sadly emotional abuse doesn’t qualify.

Arizona Together for the most up-to-date homeless resources go to www.arizonatogether.org

Phoenix Children’s Hospital & Cruisin Health Mobile:  Can see youth 24 years of age and under that are experiencing homelessness or economic insecurity or youth impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic for health visits via telehealth, telephone, or medvan. Call 602-933-9339, Option 2 to schedule an appointment. Or, go to www.crewsnhealthmobile.com

AHCCCS  go to the website to sign up for medical and other resources www.azahcccs.gov/Members/GetCovered/apply.html

Terros Health has a variety of medical services. Call 24/7 602-685-6000.

BrighterWay Dental Clinic provides free dental to one•n•ten youth. Call 602-362-0744

Valle Del Sol’s “Fast Track” appointments is a walk-in intake process. This can be started through their website virtually at www.valledelsol.com/fast-track-intakes/. The Valle Del Sol website reflects they may have a sliding fee scale and can assist  in receiving AHCCCS if eligible.

Resilient Health Services 877-779-2470 or referrals@rhaz.org  First Episode Psychosis services: This is an evidence-based program for individuals ages 15-30; 18-24 months in length. Program can include any/all of these components (it is highly individualized): psychotherapy, medication management, case management, cognitive remediation, supported education and employment services, individual and group therapy, peer support, and we also have a group session to educate and support the family members. Qualifications include: within the first 2 years of the first episode; diagnoses: schizophrenia spectrum disorders/primary mood disorders with psychotic features. First Episode center is located at 1st Street and McDowell.  Spanish speaking individuals are eligible.

Crisis Response Network for an immediate crisis call 602-427-4600.

For those youth coming from the life who need housing,  contact Sojourner Center or  www.sojournercenter.org or the Halle Women’s Center through UMOM www.umom.org. If you are a youth who is Christian the Dream Center www.phxdreamcenter.org may not have LGBQ+ inclusive resources. If all of those places are booked up, I would call centralized Screening for Domestic Violence at 480-890-3039 or you can web chat at www.turnanewleaf.org

If you are a minor, contact Street Light USA www.streetlightusa.org They also do a lot with foster care youth who are survivors.  Also, www.sextraffickinghelp.com has a lot of trafficking resources as well.

To utilize these services it must be COVID related such as lost job etc.

Arizona www.housing.az.gov/general-public/eviction-prevention-assistance

City of Phoenix www.phoenix.gov/humanservices/programs/emergency

211  If you need assistance finding food, paying house bills, accessing free childcare, or other essential services, dial 2-1-1 or 877-211-8661, search on the homepage of 211Arizona.org or download the 211 Arizona app  www.211arizona.org/covid-19/

Maryvale

Chicanos Por La Causa Maryvale Community Service

6850 W Indian School Rd, Phoenix,
Schedule: Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month.
Time: 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM, first come first serve.

Services Provided:

AZ ID & AZ Driver’s License

Replace a lost or stolen AZ ID or AZ Driver’s License.
For a 1st time AZ ID or Driver’s License please bring what you can:
Birth certificate, Social Security card, AHCCCS insurance card, and ID cards from any other state.
A valid out of state driver’s license is required to switch to an AZ driver’s license.

Birth Certificates

We help with replacing your birth certificate and can assist anyone born in the United States regardless of what state you were born. Generally, a valid ID is required, please bring what is available to establish identity.

Phoenix
Location: Brian Garcia Welcome Center  

206 S 12th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85007
Schedule: Monday through Friday.
Time: 7:30 AM to 10:00 AM, first come first serve.

Services Provided:

AZ ID & AZ Driver’s License

Replace a lost or stolen AZ ID or AZ Driver’s License.
For a 1st time AZ ID or Driver’s License please bring what you can:
Birth certificate, Social Security card, AHCCCS insurance card, and ID cards from any other state.
A valid out of state driver’s license is required to switch to an AZ driver’s license.

Birth Certificates

We help with replacing your birth certificate and can assist anyone born in the United States regardless of what state you were born. Generally, a valid ID is required, please bring what is available to establish identity.

Document Storage (Downtown Phoenix Location Only)

While experiencing homelessness theft and loss can be very common. We can safely store your vital identification documents for as long as you’d like.

Sunnyslope
Location: Society of St. Vincent de Paul Sunnyslope Dining Room 

9227 N 10th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85021
Schedule: Every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month.
Time: 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM, first come first serve.

Services Provided:

AZ ID & AZ Driver’s License

Replace a lost or stolen AZ ID or AZ Driver’s License.
For a 1st time AZ ID or Driver’s License please bring what you can:
Birth certificate, Social Security card, AHCCCS insurance card, and ID cards from any other state.
A valid out of state driver’s license is required to switch to an AZ driver’s license.

Birth Certificates

We help with replacing your birth certificate and can assist anyone born in the United States regardless of what state you were born. Generally, a valid ID is required, please bring what is available to establish identity.

Tempe

Location: First United Methodist Church 

215 E University Dr, Tempe, AZ 85281


Schedule: Every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month.
Time: 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM, first come first serve.

Services Provided:

AZ ID & AZ Driver’s License

Replace a lost or stolen AZ ID or AZ Driver’s License.
For a 1st time AZ ID or Driver’s License please bring what you can:
Birth certificate, Social Security card, AHCCCS insurance card, and ID cards from any other state.
A valid out of state driver’s license is required to switch to an AZ driver’s license.

Birth Certificates

We help with replacing your birth certificate and can assist anyone born in the United States regardless of what state you were born. Generally, a valid ID is required, please bring what is available to establish identity.