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If you’re in trouble, we’re here to help.

Ready for a fresh start?

The Phoenix Rescue Mission has a variety of programs to support motivated men and women who are ready to take the first steps towards new life.

R.A.P. (Rescue.Assess.Place) is a maximum 7-day Christ-centered residential program for men, women, and mothers with children facing homelessness and seeking recovery from addiction or other life-controlling problems. RAP is provided for men at the Transforming Lives Center (TLC) and for women at the Changing Lives Center (CLC). To learn more about PRM's programs, click here.

Men's Campus (TLC) intake - (602) 346 - 3390

Women's Campus (CLC) intake - (602) 688 - 6219

Community Resources

Each 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month, the Phoenix Rescue Mission open's our Community Solutions Center campus (TLC) to neighbors involved in our Mission Sharing Program.  On those days, the Mission provides food bags, clothing and shoes, bottled water and a hot meal to those signed up through this program to support our neighbors needing a hand up. Have questions about how you, or someone you know can receive the benefits of the Mission Sharing Program? Contact Oscar at

Service Inquiries

If you are in immediate danger, please call 911.

Other Resources

  • 2-1-1 Shelter Hotline
    For help in locating an emergency, homeless, or domestic violence shelter in Maricopa County, this bilingual service is available 24/7.
    Call 2-1-1 or (877) 211-8661.

Please visit for a full list of shelters and transitional homes in Maricopa County.

Others have taken the first step. You can too.

New people walk through the doors of the Phoenix Rescue Mission every day, looking for help. Sometimes it’s just a meal or a bed, sometimes it’s much deeper. Love and encouragement. Hope and healing. New life and a fresh start. You can find all of these things and more at the Mission. Just ask any of these people . . .

Should I Give Money to a Panhandler?

How do you respond when you encounter a homeless person holding a sign, asking for money? Phoenix Rescue Mission has put together a list of five easy tips for just such a situation along with Rescue Referral Cards you can print and give out to point folks to the Mission. First, be prepared . . .