LINKS (only a drop in the bucket) to help with:

– homelessness,
– child care,
– addictions, and
– a lack of faith

Drug Concerns: foundation of a long, happy life is knowing how to take care of your health. You only get one body. You can take care of it by learning how your body grows, what diseases or conditions to look out for and how to avoid risky products. Men’s bodies are different from women’s. All of our bodies change from childhood, through adulthood and into old age. Learn about each stage of life, and become a well-informed health consumer to improve your quality of life.

Alcohol Concerns: is dedicated to informing the public about the use and abuse of alcohol. You will find the latest alcohol research, studies and statistical data, brought to you by government agencies, academic institutions, news sources and awareness organizations. You will also find a wealth of alcohol-related resources, support groups, and help lines for those struggling with alcoholism.


First you go to “THE HUB”
It is an old motel at 42nd and Van Buren with a red door
8 am – 8 pm on Mondays
T-Th 8 am – 5 pm
Next door to U Mom
33 E Van Buren

There is also the Salvation Army Shelter on
28th and Van Buren

There is “Project Connect” where you can hook up with services all in one place. Ask “The Hub” when the next Project Connect is.

Housing placement can take a while, but start the screening process now. You don’t have to accept the placement when it is offered to you.

Association For Supportive Child Care
3910 S Rural Rd # E, Tempe, AZ 85282
(480) 829-0500

The Arizona Early Intervention Program (AzEIP) is the statewide system of services and supports for families of infants and toddlers, birth to three years of age, with disabilities or delays. The purpose of early intervention is to help families help their children develop to their full potential. Fill out a referral to see if you qualify for a free screening for your child, which may lead to free therapy and preschool.



Alcohol Abuse and Alcohol Adiction
Tempe Coalition
How to Stop Living Out of Your Car
How to Make the Most (Financially) Of Your Military Career
Housing Options – Shelters through Transitional Housing Options
Homeless Bill of Rights
From Construction Sites to Constructed Homes (for Homeless Vets)
Homes for Homeless Vets: Giving America’s Heroes the Support They Deserve
Directory of Pro Bono Legal Aid
Legal Advice for Homeless Vets
Guidance for Veterans’ Mental Health
Food & Medicine for Pets of the Homeless
Soldiers Off the Street
UK Ex-Services Members – Housing Help

No matter where you live, there is help available for you. Search on google, reach out to a friend or go to a church. (The LDS church is VERY open to all visitors and teaches all ages practical ways to succeed in life. There are missionaries all around the world that will come to your door, no matter where you live. They teach faith in Jesus Christ and will serve your family free of charge.)