Start here to find out what housing benefits you qualify for in the Cortaro, AZ area. They'll guide you through the process of finding housing assistance, help you qualify, and assist you with the application process.
Anyone in need of inexpensive housing, rental assistance or utility payment assistance.
Provides assistance with finding affordable housing in the Cortaro, AZ area. Contact them via their website and they will call you to assist you according to your personal needs and requirements. Sometimes they can find you a home to own for less than the cost of a rental. Just tell them your particular situation and they'll go to work helping you find a housing solution that's right for you.
Provides emergency financial assistance for people in need throughout Pima County. Includes assistance for rent, mortgage, utilities, prescriptions, birth certificates, identification cards, and work-related expenses (such as bus passes and gas vouchers).
Individuals and families in emergency financial situations in Pima County
Provides one-time financial assistance for past-due rent or mortgage payment to prevent homelessness, and utility payment assistance to avoid shut-off. Also provides diapers. Available to people in need; not restricted to Native Americans.
Provides assistance to people in need within parish boundaries. Includes food boxes; vouchers for food, clothing and household items; and limited assistance with rent and utilities.
Mon, Wed 9am-6pm; Tue, Thu, Fri 9am-4pm
People in need who live within parish boundaries only. Must live in the part of zip codes 85711, 85716 and 85719 that is between 5th St to 32nd St, Park Ave to Columbus Blvd, and Aviation to Columbus Blvd.
Call for intake appointment
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Primavera Foundation - Project Action for Veterans
Provides support services for veterans and their families. Services include weekly case coordination meetings, and financial assistance for rent and utility deposit and payment, moving, job training, and child care.
Mon-Fri 8am-noon, 1pm-4pm
Veterans with other than dishonorable discharge; must be literally homeless or will be homeless without assistance and have exhausted all other resources
Call; must bring photo ID and DD-214 discharge papers
Provides short and long-term case management. Also provides emergency financial assistance for rent and mortgage payment to prevent eviction, utility deposits, and utility payment to prevent shut-off for electric and gas bills. Payment assistance for water bills is available during the summer for people with evaporative coolers. Offers budget counseling, financial literacy education, and referrals to other services.
US citizens in need who live within the city limits of Tucson
Call for appointment needed. Must have a photo ID, proof of income and address, DES letter, copy of lease, and current utility bills. May need birth certificates and social security numbers for each member of household.
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Jewish Family & Children's Services of Southern Arizona
Provides case management and emergency financial assistance to people on low income. Includes rent and mortgage assistance to prevent eviction or foreclosure, and security deposits for rent and utilities throughout Pima County. Also provides utility assistance to prevent shutoff and propane gas used for heating to people living outside Tucson city limits. Offers car repair assistance for families with children (age 17 and younger) who are working. Does not exceed $300 for any repair; not available to people who are unemployed, disabled, or childless. Provides assistance to eligible applicants directly, and through the Emergency Services Network (see separate listing).
People living at or below the poverty level in Pima County. Must have source of income and ability to meet bills next month. All assistance is limited to once per calendar year.
Call and leave a message to request an appointment. Calls returned only if funds available.