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Flagstaff Area Resource Guide Agency Phone Services Provided When? For Whom? Support for people who want to quit drinking or are affected by a friend or Alcoholics Anonymous 779-3569 Call Anyone relative's drinking problem. Alternative Center Families/youth 214-9050 Family food boxes, info. & referral, respite & transitional living. 24 hours, 7 823 W. Clay age < 18 years days/week American Legion Jackets/Coats for kids (Fall & Winter only), blankets, trips to V.A. Clinic 773-0084 10am - 7pm Veterans 104 W. Birch Street and Hospital. Azpire 213-0742 Individuals with mental illness or co-occurring substance use. 10am - 5pm M- Adults 2304 N. 4th Street #C F BOTHANDS Homebuyer assistance; homebuyer education; operates Sharon Manor; Anyone, call for 214-7456 8am - 5pm 2304 N. Third Street foreclosure prevention counseling details Catholic Charities Sack lunches; eviction prevention, utility assistance for outside of 8am - 5pm, 774-9125 Local Residents 460 N. Switzer Canyon #400 Flagstaff; other help - call agency for more information. closed 12-1 Catholic Charities Shelter & Emergency and Transitional for families. Permanent Supportive housing Homeless Housing 214-7154 for individuals in situations of homelessness. Call for information. Fill out 8am-5pm Families/ 460 N. Switzer Canyon #400 application to be placed on waiting list. Individuals Catholic Charities PATH Homeless 774-9125 Homeless outreach; emergency supplies (water, blankets, gloves, etc.); Program individuals/ X 53016 thrift store vouchers; information on local social services; additional 8am - 5pm families in 460 N. Switzer Canyon #400 or 53021 services for homeless (or potentially homeless) mentally ill clients. Coconino Cedar Closet / Assistance 10am - 4pm League 779-3029 Low cost clothing; free clothing available via agency referral. Anyone Mon - Sat 2919 N. West Street City of Flagstaff Community 779-7632 Helps first time homebuyers by reducing the cost of housing. Call for more 8am - 5pm Residents of Land Trust 211 W. Aspen Avenue ext. 7218 details. Mon - Fri Flagstaff City of Flagstaff Owner- Occupied Housing 779-7632 Rehabilitation for homes with health and safety hazards. Call for more 8am - 5pm Residents of Rehabilitation ext. 7262 details. Mon - Fri Flagstaff 211 W. Aspen Avenue Coconino County Career Vocational training; on-the-job training; Summer youth jobs; career center County Center 679-7400 9am - 4pm 2625 N. King Street with computers. Residents Coconino County Community Rental assistance; mortgage assistance; utility assistance; motel 8am - 5pm Services 679-7425 assistance; food box referrals; transportation; senior citizen programs; Local Residents 2625 N. King Street Mon - Fri prescription assistance. Dept. of Economic Security 1-800-352- Information about DES services for Arizona. 8am - 5pm State Residents 8168 DES Aging and Adult 779-6141 Investigates abuse, neglect, or exploitation of vulnerable or incapacitated Anyone 18 and Administration or 1-877- 8am - 5pm 397 Malpais #3 adults in Arizona over 767-2385 DES Child Protective Services 779-3681 Anyone under (CPS) or 1-888- Investigates child abuse or neglect. 8am - 5pm 397 Malpais #11 18 767-2445 DES Food Stamps & Public 779-0327 County Assistance or 522- Cash Assistance; Food Stamps; Medical Insurance; JOBS Program. 8am - 5pm 397 Malpais #7 or 3480 E. Rt 66 Residents 0246 Vocational Rehab Disabled Local 779-4147 Training, schooling, necessary resources to disabled clients for work. 8am - 5pm 1510 S. Riordan Ranch Rd Residents DNA People's Legal Services New intakes County 774-0653 Free legal services to low income or indigent people. 1:30pm - 4pm Residents 2323 E. Greenlaw Ln. #1 Tues. Family Food Center 774-3188 (Excellent) Hot evening meal daily. 4pm - 5:30pm Anyone! 1903 N. 2nd Street Flagstaff Housing Authority Flagstaff 3481 N. Fanning Dr. 526-0002 Operates Flagstaff-area Public Housing and Section 8. 8am - 5pm Residents Flagstaff Area Resource Guide Flagstaff Shelter Services 7:30am - 12am Operates a Day Drop-In Center featuring a phone with long distance, 225-2533 closed on Anyone 216 W. Phoenix agency referrals, and showers. Overnight shelter during Winter season. Thursday Provides showers, lunches, and emergency vouchers for clothing and Goodwill Industries household supplies; also a One Stop Career Center for employment 526-9188 8:30am - 4pm Anyone assistance, computer use, and job searches. 2225 N. Steves Blvd. The Guidance Center 8am - 5pm 2187 Vickey Street 527-1899 Counseling; mental health help; drug and alcohol programs. Local Residents (crisis anytime) Hope Cottage Women & 3 East Cottage Street 774-9270 Dinner at 6pm; Lodging (check-in @ 4pm). 4pm - 6pm Children Inn Transitions @ The Royal Homeless Referrals and advocacy for homeless services; emergency supplies; 10am - 10pm 7 Inn 779-4141 individuals and 2140 E. Route 66 transportation and transitional support. days a week families Kid's Care - Health Insurance 1-877-764- Arizona Free or low-cost health insurance for children. Anytime Program 5437 Residents Native Americans for Some programs are Community Action (NACA) 526-2968 Substance Abuse services; job services; other services - call agency for 8am - 5pm Native American details. only 2717 N. Steves Blvd. North Country Health Clinic 2920 N. 4th Street 213-6100 Medical; Dental; Behavioral; Sliding Fees. 8am - 5pm Local Residents Northern Arizona Food Bank Emergency Food Boxes Disaster Services, Wood Program. Online at 8:00am - 5pm 526-2211 Anyone in need 3805 E. Huntington Drive nafoodbank.org Tues-Sat. Northland Cares Walk-ins and 2501 N. 4th Street #10 779-9498 Free, fast, and confidential HIV testing; other services. 9am - 4pm appointments Northland Family Help Center 774-4503 Crisis intervention; Women's shelter; Children's shelter. 8am - 5pm Women & Children Northland Shelter (HALO Women & 527-1900 Crisis intervention; Women's shelter; Children's shelter; Counseling. 24 hours House) Children Red Cross of Northern AZ 963 W. Route 66 779-5494 Emergency Services for individuals and families - burn outs, disasters, etc. 8am - 5pm Anyone in need The Salvation Army Sack lunches; emergency food boxes; emergency utility help; clothing and 8am - 11:30 M- 507 N. Humphreys 774-1403 Local Residents furniture vouchers; rental assistance; other services - call. TH Salvation Army Thrift Store 9am - 5pm 2229 E. Cedar Ave. 774-5061 Low cost clothing and furniture; free clothing available via agency referral. Anyone Mon. - Sat. Sharon Manor Women & Transitional Housing for Women & Children with DV background - Not a 773-1882 Call for Info. Children with DV 2304 N. Third Street walk-in shelter. past St. Mary's Food Bank 1801 W. Route 66 779-7066 Emergency Food Boxes with DES referral. 8am - 4pm Local Residents St. Vincent de Paul In-Town Emergency utility and rental assistance; medication assistance; food 774-6511 9am - 11am Anyone in need Help Line boxes; other services. Please do not leave messages. St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store 779-4353 Variety of goods, clothing, and items at reduced prices. 9am - 4pm Anyone 2113 N. East Street Sunshine Rescue Mission Mostly Men for Breakfast at 6am; Lunch at noon; Dinner at 7pm; Overnight Lodging; 5pm check in lodging. One 774-3512 emergency food boxes; clothing (for all); other - call. for lodging family room 124 S. San Francisco Street available Berg's bbq Free food every Sunday at Killip Elementary School 2300 E Think Jesus Project 380-2565 6th, Referral to Transitional Housing, Support to the less fortunate of 1pm- 4pm Anyone Flagstaff. Traveler's Aid (run by St. Travelers only, Transportation aid; bus assistance; gas assistance; car repairs; other 4pm - 5pm Vincent de Paul) 774-9125 not local 460 N. Switzer Canyon #400 services for travelers - call agency. Mon. - Fri. only residents Victim/Witness Services of Victim/witness advocacy, crisis intervention, victim compensation, social Coconino County 779-6163 8am - 5pm Victims of crime service referrals. 201 E. Birch Avenue, Suite 4. Prepared by the Coconino County Continuum of Care November 2009