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Rent assistance in Yavapai County.

Rental assistance programs help low-income families in Prescott and across Yavapai County Arizona. Charities, churches, and government agencies provide grant money or loans to tenants. Funds will help pay back rent, moving costs or security deposits and other housing expenses. Find help with rent near you in Yavapai County Arizona.

Priority is for single mothers, seniors and disabled people. Emergency rent payment assistance is often combined with low income housing, including section 8 or free motel vouchers for homeless people. Some of the financial assistance programs that operate in the region can help pay for moving costs, security deposits, first month’s rent, and offer emergency cash to prevent an eviction too. Find other details on programs to delay an eviction.

Case workers also help families or single people find a place to live, as there will be affordable, no wait list apartments in Yavapai County as well. Keep in mind that the agencies do have limited funding when it comes to paying back rent to stop homelessness and may have waiting lists too. The goal is to apply for rental assistance as soon as you can, before you are faced with imminent eviction.

Organizations that help with rent in Yavapai County

Catholic Social Service and Charities of Yavapai County - There are two locations in the county that offer social services, emergency rent help, case management, and other advice. Apply for Emergency housing (homeless, less than 6-month stay). There are also grants available as a form of rental assistance and subsidies for housing. Or look into transitional low income housing. Focuses of families with children, including single parents. Temporary housing, shelter, and case management/advice, as well as referrals to emergency loan programs for expenses including rent

  • 736 N Main St, Cottonwood, AZ 86326. Main Phone: (928) 634-4254
  • 434 W Gurley St, Prescott, AZ 86301. Phone: (928) 778-2531. This location also runs the SSVF program. Veterans and there families in Yavapai County can learn about grant programs for back rent and energy bills from SSVF, referrals to low income apartments, and homeless prevention services.




First Baptist Church Reach Out Program. A limited amount of financial assistance for housing needs, such as rent to stop an eviction. Address of church - 148 S Marina St, Prescott, AZ 86303, Dial (928) 771-7592 or (928) 778-9790.

Salvation Army
Location of branch office is 237 S. Montezuma, Prescott, Arizona 86303. Dial (928) 778-0150
Various social services are administered. The non-profit may have motel or hotel vouchers, emergency rental assistance for people with eviction notices, referrals to government assistance and much more. There is also a homeless shelter in Yavapai County as well as motel voucher programs.

Prescott United Methodist Church - Open Door
Address: 505 W Gurley St, Prescott, AZ 86301. Phone: (928) 778-1950 or (928) 776-9294

West Yavapai Guidance Clinic
624 Dameron Street, Prescott, AZ 86301. Call  (928) 445-5211
They help people with a mental illness. Services include rent subsidies, residential rehabilitation, as well as transitional housing. Also apply for rental assistance and eviction prevention.

Prescott Area Shelter Services
336 N Rush St, Prescott, AZ 86301. Phone: (928) 778-5933
Transitional housing, homeless shelters and other housing programs are offered.

NAZCARE Hope House
Address is 597 White Spar Rd, Prescott, AZ 86303. Call (928) 460-4424
Housing solutions, including temporary accommodations, are for people with a mental illness.

Northland Cares Emergency Utility and Housing Assistance - Yavapai County HOPWA eligible clients can apply for and may be able to access rent and utility assistance, housekeeping assistance, as well as some transportation. There are various forms of support defined by the parameters of the assistance program. Location is 3112 Clearwater Dr A, Prescott, AZ 86305, Telephone: (928) 776-4612





Society of Saint Vincent de Paul of Prescott Valley may have volunteers to refer tenants as well as seniors to emergency rent help and more, such as legal aid for stopping evictions or loans. Other resources include shelter, funds for security deposits, and more. Call the charity at (928) 899-8889 for information on programs. The location is 8031 E Dana Dr, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314.

NACOG Community Services has two centers in Yavapai County. The non-profit offers limited rent or housing assistance as well as funds for utilities or deposits. Appliance repairs, vouchers for gas or referrals to motel programs, and other support is provided. Address is 736 N Main St, Cottonwood, AZ 86326-3639 or 221 N Marina St, Prescott, Arizona 86301-3188. Both phone numbers are (928) 774-1895. Or find more details on rent assistance from Northern Arizona community action.

Community Legal Services - Prescott Community Legal
141 S McCormick St #200, Prescott, AZ 86303. Main phone - (928) 445-9240
Attorneys or paralegals offer free advice and representation to the low income and indigent on housing. free lawyers work with tenants in Yavapai County on eviction prevention, family matters, and more. Locate a free lawyer from AZ legal aid.

Arizona Public Housing Authority - Yavapai County
Low-income families can apply for section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program. The program is run out of Phoenix for the county, and dial (602) 771-1000. There are also emergency vouchers, no-wait list homes or apartments as well as other services.

Arizona DES DBME FAA Cash Assistance
500 E Cherry St d, Cottonwood, AZ 86326. Telephone - (928) 649-6800
The non-profit can provide one-time grants and/or temporary financial assistance. This will help with housing costs too, including rent, through the Grant Diversion Program to qualified families. The organization can also offer temporary financial assistance, maybe even including money for rent, to needy dependent children. A second location is also in Prescott Valle.


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