211 Arizona Community Information & Referral: (602) 263-8856 | www.cir.org
CLOTHING PARTNER | Dress for Success - Phoenix
A referral to this clothing partner is required. Request your referral at your next SISTER meeting.
Clothing and Food may also be obtained at Interfaith Cooperative Ministries and at Vineyard Church North Phoenix. For more information about the services these community partners provide, please click on each name to be forwarded to their website.
EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMS & ASSISTANCE
The Community Kitchen is a life skills and food service training program for those with barriers to employment.
Students gain the skills to get jobs offering livable wages, benefits, and opportunities for advancement through
hands-on food service training as well as classroom studies. During the past decade, the Community Kitchen has
provided thousands of meals to those in need, while transforming the lives of countless participants and families.
New sessions start every four weeks. In addition to training, each student receives job-placement assistance and
support following graduation.
- Goodwill of Central Arizona
- St. Joseph the Worker | Mobile Success Unit
- Labor Systems Job Center - Temporary Work Locations Link
- Xamire Felony Friendly Network
Federal Bonding Program | www.azdes.gov
FOOD BANKS | www.foodpantries.org
Desert Christian Fellowship
1445 W. Northern
Phoenix, AZ, 85021
Food Boxes Sunday 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Mobile Pantry Every 3rd Friday of the Month from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Phone: (602) 861-4008
Vineyard Church North Phoenix
Interfaith Cooperative Ministries
501 S. 9th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85007
P.O. Box 2225, Phoenix, 85002-2225
Food Stamps: 1-800-352-8401
Women, Infants & Children (WIC): 1-800-252-5942
Crossroads for Women
1632 East Flower Street | Phoenix, AZ 85016
House of Hope (Women With Children)
9835 N. 7th Street | Phoenix AZ 85020
House of Promise (Single Women)
9835 N. 7th Street | Phoenix, AZ 85020
Loadstar Day Resource Center
Human Services Campus
1125 W Jackson | Phoenix, AZ 85007
R.I.S.E. Project (Single Women)
(Returning to Society Equipped)
National Directory of Woman’s Shelters
Phoenix Dream Center
3210 Grand Ave | Phoenix, AZ 85017
Skelley House, Inc.
(602) 909-5058 | www.skelleyhouse.org
Sojourner Center | Domestic Violence Shelter for Women
(602) 244-0089 | www.sojournercenter.org
Traditions Transitional Living
2429 W Vista Ave | Phoenix, AZ 85021
Shelter Hotline: (602) 263-8900
ADDITIONAL COMMUNITY RESOURCES:
Project Connect | Valley of the Sun United Way
Example of Resources often available at Project Connect: Employment services, medical care, affordable rental services, clothing, personal care items, spiritual support, family and legal services, behavioral health, substance abuse services, shelter providers, haircuts, food, showers, bicycle repair, Department of Economic Security (DES), Social Security, Veteran benefits and more. For more information click here or contact the Project Connect Team at 602.631.7891 or 602.703.9208.
Fresh Start Woman's Foundation | (602) 252 8494
Fresh Start focuses on three core values: economic self-sufficiency, personal development, and education. The Jewell McFarland Lewis Fresh Start Women’s Resource Center offers counseling, mentoring, education, career services, legal services, child watch, an E-Learning center and personal development services that include wardrobing sessions, makeovers and empowerment classes. For more information visit their website.
Mission of Mercy
(602) 486-7798 | www.amissionofmercy.org
Mission of Mercy is a mobile medical clinic serving patients at five sites in the Phoenix-metro area. Call the number listed to schedule your appointment and get location addresses or visit their website. Mission of Mercy is a nonprofit, nonsectarian free medical program with a mission “to restore dignity to all people by being an instrument of ‘healing through Love’ and by the reciprocal sharing of God’s mercy with those they serve.”
The Neighborhood Christian Clinic
(602) 258-6008 | www.thechristianclinic.org
1926 W. Filmore St., Building C, Phoenix, AZ 85009
Organized by a group of volunteer professionals, the Neighborhood Christian Clinic exists to:
- Provide medical and dental healthcare services to the uninsured, underserved community
- Share the gospel and love of Jesus Christ with interested patients and colleagues
- Train and equip healthcare professionals to respectfully share the gospel and love of Jesus Christ in their daily practice
Get Back Your Right to Vote!
The ACLU of Arizona, Campaign to Restore the Vote
P.O. Box 17148, Phoenix, AZ 85011
(602) 650-1967 | www.acluaz.org