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Homeward Bound

Transitional Housing
Phoenix, AZ
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2302 W. Colter Street
Phoenix, AZ - 85015

(602) 263-7654 Click to call There are 8 reviews. Scroll down to see them. Fax Number: (602) 795-6737 Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Homeward Bound

Last-Modified: 2020-04-01 18:24:46

Homeward Bound is recognized as Arizona's largest provider of transitional housing for families who are homeless, working poor and/or have experienced domestic violence. Homeward Bound breaks multi-generational cycles of homelessness, welfare dependence and domestic violence and creates self-reliance through housing and compassionate client-centered services. Homeward Bound assists families with a hand up, not a handout. Each family participating in the program must contribute 30 percent of their adjusted gross income for housing, utilities and support services.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: Our mission is to create pathways out of poverty for homeless families ready to make a change.

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There are 8 reviews

Anonymous - Aug 7, 2019

I have a young mother age 20 in need of emergency housing. She is currently 8 months pregnant and is homeless and in need of a place before she have her baby. We went to UMOM a few weeks ago and the sent us over to Maggie’s place. We was under the impression that she would be placed at one of the placement through Maggie’s place but they declined her saying they didn’t have the proper staff in place to handle this young ladies needs. She is a victim of sex trafficking and is trying to get her life in order before the baby arrives. She is willing to do what she needs to do to become stable so that she can take care of her child. She works part time overnight at fry’s . I am helping her to find resources that can help her through Ceces Hope center.

Anonymous - Nov 12, 2019

looking for affordable housing.

Anonymous - Dec 26, 2019

How can someone apply?

Anonymous - Jan 15, 2020

I am a homeless veteran w/ 2 minor children. I am fleeing from another state to get away from my abuser, We have gone through the process in Phoenix to find housing, but everything seems full. I receive VA benefits and SS income. Please contact me as soon as you can, very concerned for me and my kids safety.

Anonymous - May 6, 2020

Please help me fine some affordable housing

Anonymous - Sep 30, 2020

Need help asap its just me right now i have 3 chirldren living with my mother willing to bring children with me ....need help

Anonymous - Oct 18, 2020

What are good signs of being accepted into homeward bound

Anonymous - Dec 3, 2020

I keep ending up in hospitals and not a permanent resident. Ive been homeless for about 3 years now and was using meth. Ive been clean for 2 months now.

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