The Situation in Maricopa County
Nearly 6,300 people experience homelessness each night.
- Chronic homelessness means being without a place of your own for a year or more or experiencing homelessness four times in the last three years.
- When renting it is often required to have a deposit and first month of rent up front. Without recorded history of your living situation for the last year and while already paying for medical bills or needs, this is especially difficult and keeps people out of safe housing.
The Solution: Permanent Supportive Housing
Permanent supportive housing is a long-term solution for people experiencing chronically homeless to provide affordable and sustainable housing with access to supportive services. When a person is housed, they are paired with a case manager to build an individualized plan for the support they need. It makes both economic as well as human dignity sense.
This Community Saves $28,000/Person Each Year with Permanent Supportive Housing
- 1 person experiencing chronic homelessness = $40,000/year
- 1 person in permanent supportive housing = $12,000/year
“Every part of the program, every part of supportive housing is designed to help you succeed.”
– Tonie, Previous Permanent Supportive Housing Resident, who is now living on her own
Providing safe housing to thousands in Maricopa County
- 1,332 people have been placed in permanent supportive housing
- Hold Project Connect events throughout the Valley 7 times per year Support 60 more residents with case managers
How Can I Help?
Support a Resident
Support a resident to connect to the necessary case management services. Housing for an individual for one year costs $2,000. Join the fight to end homelessness in our community.
Support a Complex
Ensure each resident in an entire complex is connected to the necessary case management services. Contact Vicki Fiorelli at email@example.com for more information.
A one-day event that connects diverse populations with needed services and resources. Volunteers serve as guest guides and work one-on-one with individuals experiencing homelessness.