Black Lives Matter Phoenix Metro Resource Guide 

Mental/Behavioral Health Resources:

Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS


Behavioral health, case management, HIV/STI testing, Trans program, nutrition



Primary care, counseling services, substance use treatment, youth services, Free HIV/STI services

They work with cops

La Frontera

(480) 784-1514 (Adult Programs)

(480) 784-1514, ext. 1048 (Child and Family Programs)

Mental Health Clinic with PCP available, Housing specialist, Benefits specialist, Employment help

Black Family and Child Services

(602) 243-1773

Behavioral Health services, case management, counseling, food pantry, essential programs

Chicanos Por La Causa

(623) 247-0464

Outpatient Behavioral health

Child and Family Support Services


Clinical direct support for families, children, and young adults. Referral needed.

National Queer & Trans

Therapists of Color Network

Mental Health Directory, Community and legal resource list


Inquiry Form:

(888) 606-4673

youth who have experienced, witnessed or perpetrated interpersonal violence, which encompasses teen dating abuse, sexual violence, domestic violence, gender-based violence, stalking, cyber abuse, and bullying

Substance and Drug Use

Sonoran Prevention


Resources and advocate for people affected by drug use

Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS


Behavioral health, case management, HIV/STI testing, Trans program, nutrition

Phoenix Rescue Mission


338 N 15th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007

Recovery program for homeless, or near homeless women and women with children

Domestic Violence

AZ Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence


Survivor Emergency Relief Fund, legal help, Training

A New Leaf

(480) 969-4024

Shelter, DV, foster care, financial empowerment

House of Refuge


Sojourner Center


Domestic Violence Shelter

Doves Program

24-Hour Senior HELP LINE 602-264-4357

1366 E. Thomas Rd. Suite 108 Phoenix, AZ 85014 services services/doves-program/

Late-life (50+) domestic violence assistance, case management, support groups, crisis intervention, emergency transitional housing, job readiness

DV Safety Planning Guide

Housing and Shelters:

Arizona Department of Housing


Housing Resource list, Portal to Emergency Rent Assistance

Chicanos Por La Causa

(602) 609-7556

Supportive housing services, Housing Counseling, Homebuyer assistance, DV Shelter

The Tadini House


Re-Entry Support

Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS)

(602) 256-6945

Emergency shelter for adults and families

A New Leaf

(480) 969-4024

Shelter, DV, foster care, financial empowerment

Southwest Fair Housing Council


Report housing discrimination of any kind in Arizona. Fair housing classes. Find affordable housing. Free Forms for Tenants. Resources

Maggie’s Place

602) 246-3724

PO Box 1102 Phoenix, AZ 85001

Maggie’s Place offers a caring support system to women experiencing homelessness during the critical time of pregnancy and baby’s first year. Maggie’s Place provides a home, nutritious food, infant supplies, access to medical care, and programs that are trauma informed.

Halle House and UMOM

602-362-5833 (H)

3333 East Van Buren Street Phoenix, Arizona 85008 | 602.275.7852 (U)

Rapid Transitional Housing.

Halle’s-> for single women

UMOM Street Outreach and Youth Engagement Team


24-hour youth hotline: 602-841-5799 

For youth ages 18-24.

Free supportive services are available for young adults who are experiencing homelessness.


Find affordable housing

Community Centers and Family Service Center:

Child Crisis Arizona

(602) 273-7363 (Phoenix office)
(480) 834-9424 (Mesa headquarters)

Youth Crisis Center, LGBT affirming

John F Long Family Services Center


Apply for utility, rent, and water/trash assistance

Fresh Start Women’s Foundation

 (602) 252-8494

To Register:

Help women get stable, social work, career credential

Black Mother’s Forum

(602) 638-1908

Community support, resources, financial literacy

Food Banks & Clothing Banks

Black Family and Child Services  |   (602) 243-1773

Emergency food box or weekly food box, clothes and hygiene for families and babies

Andre House


213 S 11th Ave Phx, AZ 85007



Services for unsheltered folks- meals, showers, clothing, laundry, limited transitional housing for men



Women’s clothing donation

Paz De Cristo

424 W Broadway Rd Mesa, AZ 85210 USA

Front Desk (480)-464-2370

Lance (480)-620-8695 for resource center

Dinner every night at 5:30-6:30

Showers every Wednesday 8am-12pm

Clothing vouchers every Thursday at 1pm

Az ID request at 1pm on Tuesday

Mobile Medical Clinic every Wednesday 10am-12pm

Human Services Campus Resource Pocket Guide

Maps out an area for food, clothing, showers, laundry, ID services, mail, benefits, shelter, medical, and charging station

Emergency Hotlines:

Teen Lifeline

(602) 248-TEEN (8336)

Telephone hotline staffed by trained Peer Counselors. the hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with Peer Counseling available 3:00pm to 9:00pm daily. Teen Lifeline provides life-saving and life-affirming resources for LGBTQ youth

Q Network

(480) 436-4925

A 24 hour support helpline for LGBTQ youth and allies.

Crisis (Response) Network

(602) 222-9444

Crisis specialists can send a mobile team of trained crisis intervention specialists to individuals during a mental health or substance use crisis.

La Frontera Empact Suicide Prevention

(480) 784-1500 or (855) 785-1500 (24/7 Crisis Hotline)

24-hour Crisis Hotlines are available to callers who are feeling suicidal, find themselves in a crisis, and/or need a referral for services

Street Living


Street outreach services to individuals displaying signs and symptoms of mental illness. 24 hour hotline

Healing Resources:

Empaths and energy: discern energy and daily energy clearing

Tips on how to center and identify your own energy and the influence of someone else’s

Note: white sage is mentioned; if you are a non-native person substitute sage for Bay leaves or another smoke cleansing tool

Resource Guides:

Project LETS

Disability Justice, Peer-led support, education,& advocacy for folks with mental illness, disabilities, neurodivergence

Poder’s Resource Guide

Fresh Start Women’s Foundation


Directory of Black healers including reiki, therapist, yogis, acupuncture, doctors, etc.

Educational Training to Improve Community Support:

Be Your Own Best Advocate

Why it is important to advocate for yourself and tips on how to carry it out.

Project LETS

DV Safety Planning Guide

Open Minds Open Doors:

Transforming Domestic Violence Programs to Include LGBTQ Survivors

Sexual Consent Worksheets

AZ Trauma Institute

TRACC4Movements (Trauma Response and Crisis Care)

Alternatives to Self Harm by Projects LETS

Tenant's Rights and Responsibilities Handbook

Contains standard forms that may be of use if you are a tenant experiencing various housing issues.  Copies of these forms are also located within the document beginning on page 32:


A Guide to the ARL&TA

Family Housing Resource