Housing for Heroes
a CARF Accredited SSVF Program that we provide in Southern Arizona.
We've got your six - from temporary, immediate housing, to budgeting and job hunting, and so much in between, we can help you get back on your feet. Check out a few of the ways we help our clients:
Funds may be available and applied to establish or secure housing once a case manager helps the client develop a sustainable housing plan.
Our case managers can help clients apply for and pursue qualifying benefits such as VA medical assistance or the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. They will also help clients acquire necessary paperwork to participate in this and other VA programs.
As part of our efforts to secure or establish housing, we can offer temporary assistance with utilities, once a case manager helps the client develop a sustainable housing plan.
Transportation is available to assist eligible clients in completing their sustainable housing plan.
Vocational Specialists are available in Pinal and Yuma counties to help those who need it find and prepare for job opportunities.
Our National Community Housing program employees work hard trying to contact those in need of our services by coordinating with other organizations working with homeless populations and going to where homeless populations congregate.
Funds may be available to assist those homeless families in need of immediate temporary housing.
As part of our efforts to secure or establish housing, we help clients establish a sustainable housing plan with a manageable budget based on the client’s needs and resources.
NCHP's National Community Housing SSVF program is CARF accredited! CARF International accreditation demonstrates a program’s quality, transparency, and commitment to the satisfaction of the persons served. CARF International is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services. Toll free (888) 281-6531.
Housing for Heroes CARF Accreditation
“This program was the best birthday gift I ever received. You need a purpose, otherwise you fade away. It felt right, and it was worth it, you know? For me it worked out."