Financial help from Salvation Army in Arizona.
The Salvation Army has a number of assistance programs across Arizona. Some of them can provide direct financial help for paying rent, utility bills, medications and more. The amount of cash provided depends on funding. Other locations listed below of the Salvation Army in Arizona will not provide monetary assistance, but instead distribute food, clothing, free Christmas gifts or holiday assistance, offer school supplies and case management services. The Salvation Army helps tens of thousands of people per year.
The exact number and type of programs will vary by location. However some may operate shelters, food pantries, and thrift stores on site. The centers provide additional resources in the Arizona community as funding and resources allow.
For example, they serve more than a quarter of a million meals annually. Many people use the holiday programs that are offered, and can receive Thanksgiving and Christmas meals. Food banks distribute groceries, meals, clothing, and other aid. Some items may be delivered to seniors or the homebound. There are hundreds of local food banks in Arizona, all of which help feed the hungry.
As indicated above, free Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners as well as Christmas gifts are offered to the less fortunate and children. The holiday meal program has served warm food and meals to more than 10,000 individuals in recent years. In addition, volunteers and others from the Arizona Salvation Army have delivered approximately tens of thousands of holiday meals to the homebound in the community.
After school programs are offered for hundreds of children. Many use these services daily through The Salvation Army's Corps Community Center's after-school activities. Children can receive meals, access to activities, and also support from safe and caring educational environments. School aged children can get clothing, books, and other educational material too.
Job finding services can be provided at some locations. Adults in these career programs can get assistance with job-readiness and social workers can help people find employment. Counseling services and referrals are available to job seekers in Arizona. Case managers will work closely with families to ensure stability after they leave the shelter.
Emergency Assistance and Social Services can be administered. As with almost all resources indicated here, this really depends on funding. However, qualified families may be able to receive a limited amount of cash assistance for paying for basic needs from the Arizona Salvation Army centers.
- Rent - If you have an eviction notice, then some money may be offered to help pay your rent and housing costs. They also have information on low cost transitional housing.
- Energy bills - Those families faced with a disconnection, in particular seniors and families with children during the hot summer months, may qualify for funds.
- Transportation - If you need help getting to a promising job interview, if waiting on a first pay check, or if someone needs to get to a doctor appointment, then the Arizona Salvation Army may have resources available. The agency may coordinate volunteers to drive you. Or they can provide, on a limited basis, gasoline vouchers for free.
- Prescription medications and health care - They can refer people to local dental and medical clinics. If you have a life threatening disease, then a voucher may be provided for free prescription drugs.
Other emergency assistance administered in Arizona may include food boxes, security deposits payment assistance, utility bill assistance, USDA food bags and back-to-school clothing. The Christian, faith based church also help immigrants and Spanish speakers, and helps them acclimate to Arizona. As part of that, free school supplies, furniture, housing or shelter resources and much more can be arranged.
Salvation Army Centers in Arizona
The main county and city locations are below. Each Salvation Army thrift store or Social Service office in Arizona offers its own form of assistance.
Coconino County and Flagstaff
Mohave County programs
Phoenix and Maricopa County
Pima County and Tucson
Pinal County Salvation Army programs
Yuma County Salvation Army assistance programs
Apache Junction, AZ - Corps Community Center
605 E Broadway Ave.
Apache Junction, Arizona
Address: 1461 Palma Road
Bullhead City, Arizona 86442
Phone number - (928) 763-2600
Casa Grande - Salvation Army Center
1333 North Center Avenue
Dial (520) 421-9026
1718 East Florence Boulevard
Call the center at (520) 836-8710
Location is 85 East Saragosa Street
Chandler, AZ 85225
Estrella Mountain Corps Community Center
11 North 3rd Avenue
Avondale, Arizona 85323
Call (623) 932-0472 for information and details
Salvation Army Corps Community Center Flagstaff AZ
507 North Humphreys Street
Florence and Pinal County
Location is 1333 N Center Ave.
Casa Grande, AZ
Dial (520) 421-9026.
Glendale AZ Salvation Army
6010 West Northern Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
Main phone number is (623) 934-0469
Salvation Army of Kingman
309 E Beale St.
Kingman, Arizona 86401
Phone - (928) 718-2600
Resources are available across Mohave County from the Family Service department. There may be free food from a pantry, grants to pay rent, educational support, and shelter or security deposit help among other programs.
Lake Havasu City, AZ - Corps Community Center
2049 Swanson Avenue
Mesa, AZ Community Center
241 East 6th Street
Dial (480) 962-9103
Phoenix Corps Community Center
1625 South Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Salvation Army center phone (602) 256-4500
Phoenix Citadel, AZ - Corps Community Center
Address: 628 North 3rd Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85003
Phoenix Korean, AZ - Corps Community Center
7238 N 61st Ave
Glendale, AZ 85301
Dial (623) 934-5950
Salvation Army Corps Community Center Phoenix Marycale AZ
4318 West Clarendon Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85031
Telephone (602) 233-9272
Phoenix Couth Mountain Salvation Army branch
1351 East Broadway Road
Phoenix, Arizona 85040
In addition to all of the Phoenix locations above, there are additional emergency assistance programs and locations in Mesa County. The low income, including immigrants, can get help, including clothing, utility assistance, and holiday support.
Main address is 237 South Montezuma Street
Prescott, AZ 86303
Sierra Vista Arizona
156 East Wilcox Drive
Sierra Vista, AZ 85635
Dial the Salvation Army branch at (520) 459-4612
Salvation Army of the Sun Cities area
10730 West Union Hills Drive
Sun City, AZ 85373
Dial (623) 977-1084
Tempe, Arizona location
2324 North Scottsdale Road
Tempe, AZ 85281
Telephone number is (480) 945-4758
Centers in Tucson area
6715 East Tanque Verde Road
Call the location at (520) 722-6525
2717 South 6th Avenue
Tucson Korean Corps Community Center
Location - 1001 North Richey Boulevard T
Tucson, Arizona 85716
Primary phone number is (520) 795-9671
Southern part of Tucson
2717 South 6th Avenue
Tucson, Arizona 85713
Dial (520) 624-1741
Tucson Temple Salvation Army Corps Community Center
1021 N. 11th Ave. (792-1111)
Several other locations operate in Pima County. Thousands of working poor and struggling families receive help and use their resources.
Yuma, AZ - Corps Community Center
Address: 11825 S Ave 11 East
Phone number is (928) 305-0064
Family Services supports the poor and low income. There is also a drug rehab program from ARC, low cost summer camps, and financial aid.