Phoenix Rescue Mission Emergency Men’s Shelter welcomes you! The Shelter is located at:
1801 S. 35th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85009 (on the Corner of 35th Ave. just South of Buckeye on Cocopah Rd. ) All shelter guests must enter the property through the security entrance on Cocopah.
Currently, our shelter can house up to 62 men. In times of extreme heat, extreme cold or increased demand, an additional 48 beds are available in our overflow areas.
Homeless men are allowed to utilize an emergency shelter bed up to 90 days. Men can request to stay longer than 90 days if actively searching for a job, waiting for housing or another reason allowed by the intake manager. There is no charge for a bed and all men staying in the shelter are assigned a daily chore. Men staying at the shelter have access to three meals a day and a nightly chapel service.
Homeless men suffering with an addiction and ready to transform their lives, can apply to the Transformations Program through the intake process or the pre-program supervisor. Download an intake application here
Intake Hours: Monday through Sunday, 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. You must come in person to reserve your bed. (Since shelter beds are limited, early morning sign-ups are recommended.) For more information on the Phoenix Rescue Mission’s Emergency Shelter Services for men, please call 602-233-3000.
ID Required: Any government/state issued identification containing photo and name is required to stay at the shelter.
Special Note: The Phoenix Rescue Mission Changing Lives Center for Women & Children is not an emergency shelter. Women interested in the year-long recovery program must meet program requirements, complete an intake application and hold an interview with a Changing Lives Center intake coordinator. For more information on intake proceedures for the Changing Lives Center, please call 602-688-6219.
Are you a women who is homeless or about to be homeless? If you or a family member or friend need emergency shelter now, please call:
Or visit the shelter resource area for information on emergency shelter for families and single women.