Last Updated on September 13, 2023 by Lori Pace
There are many assistance programs for single moms available in Phoenix, such as medical, food, utility, housing, and legal assistance.
Assistance for single moms in Phoenix
Help Finding Food
Merry Hill Food Bank gives food boxes every Tuesday from 9 am to 12 pm. Call 602-252-1423 to know if you are eligible.
Paradise Valley Emergency Food Bank provides residents of Paradise Valley Unified School District with food boxes and assistance with finding long-term food assistance programs for those who need them. Call 602-867-9228 to arrange a food box and set an appointment or visit their website to know more.
Desert Mission Food Bank hosts food pantries every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 8:30 am to 4 pm; every Wednesday from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm, and every Friday from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm. Call 602-870-6062 to know more.
Utility Assistance for Single Mothers
Travis L. Williams Family Services Center provides individuals who do not qualify for other programs with assistance in repairing their air conditioners. Call 602-534-4732 every Monday at 8 am to set an appointment.
St. Vincent de Paul assists eligible single mothers and families with their home energy bills’ payment or reconnection. To know their services, visit their website.
Housing Assistance for Single Mothers
Labor’s Community Service Agency Emergency Relief Program (LCSA) provides individuals with transitional, affordable housing and foreclosure prevention. Call 602-263-5741 or visit their website to know their services.
The Arizona Department of Housing provides information and services regarding emergency housing, rentals, homeowners, Section 8, eviction, and foreclosure prevention. Call 602-771-1000 or visit their website to know other resources for single mothers.
Legal Assistance for Single Mothers
Community Legal Services (CLS) provides legal assistance in civil matters like housing for renters and homeowners, consumer protection problems from purchases to loans, family law, public benefits, and other areas of civil law. They also represent in court on a case-to-case basis. Call 602-258-3434, 800-852-9075, or TTY 602-254-9852, or visit their website to learn more information.
Chicanos Por La Causa (CPLC) provides eligible individuals and families with legal assistance in terms of elder services, immigration, employment, and housing. Call 602-257-0700 or visit their website to know more.
Medical and Dental Care
Cass Dental Clinic provides free dental care, especially for homeless individuals. They also have a program specifically for veterans. Dental care which is provided by volunteer dentists and dental assistance is available every Monday to Thursday from 9 am to 4 pm and every Friday from 9 am to 3 pm. Call 602-256-6945 x 3125 or visit their website to know more. Mountain Park Health Center provides Phoenix and Maricopa County residents with cheap clinics offering services like women’s health, pediatrics, pharmacy, care for diabetes, and cancer screening. They also have a dental clinic that offers preventative measures to full dentistry services. Uninsured individuals and single mothers will receive bills of minimum costs and assistance with applying for healthcare assistance programs. Call 602-323-3344 or visit their website to know more.