This program is offered to the greater community, aimed to keep families on the brink of homelessness together in their very own homes. The Homeless Prevention program offers a full range of services which include utility and rent assistance, financial skills education, parenting classes, workforce development, housing navigation, referrals, and basic household needs to prevent homelessness and keep families housed.
See below for more details about our rent & utility assistance and how to qualify.
Who Is Eligible?
Area Median Income Eligibility Chart
|Total # of person in the family||Total annual income limit (80% AMI)|
Prevention Program Prescreen Application
We appreciate your interest in our program. We are currently unable to accept any new inquiries for financial assistance.
Please check back after 10/2/23.
In the meantime, please check with any of the following agencies regarding support with rent or utility assistance.
Arizona Department of Economic Security – https://era.azdes.gov or call 1-866-494-1981
St. Vincent de Paul – 602-850-6948
Pilgrim Rest Foundation, Inc. 602-258-0831
Chicanos por la Causa (CPLC) – 602-399-0064
John F. Long Family Services Center – 602-534-2433
Travis L. Williams Family Service Center – 602-534-4732
Homeward Bound Community Diaper Bank
We are proud to serve families in the community in need of diapers. Please complete this request form and we will be in contact with you soon.
Diapers requests are filled on a first come, first served basis, while available.
Diapers can be picked up on Tuesday’s or Thursday’s between 10AM – 2PM. If needed, you can request a separate pick-up appointment in this form.
Diaper requests must be made 24 hours in advance of pickup. You will receive a confirmation email when your diapers are ready.
HB Beyond is Homeward Bound’s aftercare program for residential clients exiting our campus. When a family is ready to transition out of our program, they are invited to enroll in our aftercare program with regular check-ins to provide individualized resources, invitations to community events, continued access to employment support, and more. HB Beyond also tracks a number of outcomes for families who have exited Homeward Bound. Regular check-ins provide our team with information on a family’s success for up to two years after they leave our program, including employment, education, and housing status for all household members.
HB University is an additional resource for families experiencing poverty or homelessness, providing them with tools to change their trajectory without ever having to step onto our campus. This virtual portal houses classes, resources and other opportunities for our campus and community families to access education from anywhere.
For those interested in signing up for HB University resources click below to register.
Housing Navigation and Other Resources
Available Housing Resource
Once you have found an apartment that fits your criteria, you may click on it to see more information such as apartment website, landlord, direct address, ect. Please note not all apartments will have all information fields.