• HOUSING HELP
    There are many shelters, transitional living and affordable housing options in Arizona. Regardless of the type of assistance you need, your first call should be to the Family Housing Hub: (602) 595-8700. A screening specialist will discuss your situation with you to determine which services will most appropriately suit your needs.
     
    Affordable Rental Movement (ARM) of Save the Family has partnered with the Town of Gilbert to provide affordable rental homes to income eligible families. Contact Save the Family at 480-898-0228 or visit ARM website for more information and application.
     
    In Higley Unified School District, the following affordable rental housing for income eligible applicants featuring 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments may be available.  Please contact them directly to discuss your housing needs:
    San Clemente at Power Ranch
    7640 S. Power Road
    Gilbert, AZ  85297
    866-711-6049
     
    Another option in Mesa, but within Gilbert Town Limits, which offers 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartment rental housing for income eligible applications that you may contact directly is:
    The Groves Apartments
    2990 S. Power Road
    Mesa, AZ  85212
    480-610-1141
     
    Shelter Hotline
    800-799-7739
     
    AFFCF RESOURCE DIRECTORY FOR FOSTER FAMILIES
    Click here to be taken to The Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation's Resource Directory. You can view, print and save this PDF document.
     
    IF YOU ARE IN A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SITUATION:

    Call the 24/7 Domestic Violence Centralized Screening line at 480-890-3039. English/Spanish speaking representatives connect people in crisis with domestic violence shelters throughout Maricopa County.

    Visit The Arizona Coalition Against Violence website for more information about domestic violence and getting help.
     
    COMMUNITY RESOURCES
    Below, you will find a list of local and statewide resource contact information for various agencies and hotlines who can assist with housing, employment, food, clothing, bill pay assistance, substance abuse and more.