Catholic Charities Community Service Flagstaff

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Flagstaff, AZ
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460 N Switzer Canyon Dr, 400
Flagstaff, AZ - 86001

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About Catholic Charities Community Service Flagstaff

Permanent housing:



If you need permanent supportive housing, we offer permanent subsidized housing to homeless families in which ...


At least one parent has a diagnosed substance use disorder or disorder


For people with disabilities



We offer support and referral services to help your family recover and make the transition to their own permanent home.


The rent will be lower.


You must be hired or hired within 30 days of joining the program and actively work on a relapse recovery or prevention program.



In addition, it should



Two-monthly meetings with a case manager



Attend at least one class per month of life skills or related classes



Contribute a minimum of 5% of your income to a self-directed savings plan


To help you regain and gain independence, we provide on-site life skills classes, case management, and transportation for consultations and interviews.



You will also be empowered to:



defend oneself



Set your own goals


Build the resources to achieve your goals



Emergency Shelter



If you and your family are homeless, our emergency accommodation offers you shelter, support services and case management for up to 120 days, while we help you work towards independence and permanent housing.



Because other organizations in northern Arizona offer protection to single mothers with children or single men and women, we focus on families with two parents or a single father with children in northern Arizona.
They are the only shelter in northern Arizona that allows fathers to stay with their families when they seek help.



There is no charge for you during your stay, however you will be required to start and maintain a savings plan during the program.


You can then move into your own permanent housing or, if you still require support services, into affordable or permanent support housing.



They become empowered, like you...



Stand up for yourself



Set your own goals



Build the means to achieve these objectives




In addition, we offer life skills classes, case management and transportation for consultations and interviews.


Homeless Outreach


Our PATH (Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness) program uses specially trained staff and volunteers to link severely mentally ill homeless people to psychiatric care and housing.



In order to identify homeless individuals with mental illness, we work with as many homeless individuals and families as possible in Northern Arizona Engage, build trust, and distribute information and life-sustaining items such as tents, sleeping bags and water.


We introduce our clients to mental health treatment and shelter, but most of all, we treat the people we encounter as people who deserve dignity and compassion.


Our outreach efforts cover all of Coconino County, focusing primarily on areas in and around Flagstaff, Williams and Page.


We also run outreach in parts of Yavapai County, including the areas around Cottonwood, Camp Verde and Sedona.


Look for these vulnerable people in the city, under bridges, deserts and forests, even in the snowstorms, where we need them and sometimes.


Mission Statement: Helping our community's most vulnerable with solutions that permanently improve lives.

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Anonymous - Jun 28, 2020

Im on disability and unable to find an affordable place to live. Im presently using credit cards to get by and paying for hotel rooms but soon will not be able to sustain this. So im reaching out for much needed help and guidance before I end up in dire financial straits. Im 64 years old with multiple health issues and at high risk for covid19

Anonymous - May 11, 2020

Hi, Can you help me stay in my hotel room at Motel 6 in Flagstaff? I am a 63 year old homeless woman with arthritis in my hips and hands. I have been self quarantined here. I do get my disability but it never goes far enough. I have read about assistance that you provide.

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