Permanent Supportive Housing
Considered a solution to homelessness, permanent supportive housing allows individuals to live independently while having access to cost effective and compassionate on-site services to support a resident through relapse, loss of income, serious physical health and general mental health issues and daily living skills. With such supports, residents are able to increase their housing stability, reduce reliance on expensive public services and improve their overall health and well-being. Recognizing the need for PSH, Native American Connections brought their history of serving vulnerable people to the development and management of four PSH projects to serve low income and chronically homeless individuals living in metro-Phoenix.
Coordinated Entry and Housing Availability
Native American Connections is part of the Single Adult Coordinated Entry (SACE) System in Maricopa County. A referral from the Coordinated Entry system, operated by The Human Services Campus, is required to fill any vacancies that arise at our permanent supportive housing communities as we do not keep a waitlist.
Individual adults experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County can gain access to housing resources and services with The Human Services Campus, online at www.hsc-az.org/find-help and on site at the Brian Garcia Welcome Center: 206 S 12th Ave Phoenix AZ, Monday - Friday, contact number: 602-229-5155. For families, non-single adults, and veterans, please visit the link above or check the Coordinated Entry Point Flyer to find the appropriate agent to get you enrolled.
Other occupancy restrictions may apply. For additional information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.