Your entry point to help from the Mission
Ready for Transformation?
If you or someone you know is struggling with homelessness, addiction, trauma, hunger or another life-controlling crisis, Phoenix Rescue Mission is here for you.
Reach out to the Mission with questions by calling 602-233-3000 or completing the form below.
If you are on the streets and need help from one of the Mission’s Hope Coaches, please call 602-346-3361.
We typically respond within one business day.
Phoenix Rescue Mission provides comprehensive, Christ-centered care that rebuilds lives and eases overwhelming burdens.
The following list of services are professional and provided without judgment or discrimination. Different programs have different requirements. If we can’t help you, we can usually refer you to an organization that can.
Substance Abuse and Trauma
Addiction takes a devastating toll on families and individuals. Recovery starts when you walk through our doors.
The first stage of the healing journey is in our Rescue-Assess-Place (RAP) program. Typically, this involves a brief stay in our residential crisis intervention and a private, confidential meeting with one of our case managers to determine which programs can best serve you.
Our year-long Transformations program provides holistic help designed around the individual needs of our guests. This program provides a proven path to recovery, wholeness and freedom from addiction.
Our team is reaching people where they are with resources that inspire hope and empower recovery.
Hope Coach vehicles travel the streets of Maricopa County in search of homeless neighbors to serve. Lifesaving water, basic needs and case management “on demand” are only the beginning.
Work programs, criminal justice diversion and housing placement are a few of the ways we walk alongside our neighbors in need, helping them rebuild their lives for good.
We provide nutritious food for struggling families and individuals in our community.
Hope for Hunger Food Bank
Located near downtown Glendale, our Hope for Hunger Food Bank provides emergency food, case management and job assistance for more than 200 households each day.
To meet the needs of families and individuals in underserved regions of the Valley known as “food deserts,” the Mission’s mobile food pantries deliver nutritious food and household essentials every week.
Our experienced career coach can help you gain employment, establish a career and secure your financial independence. The Mission’s workforce development program is open to the public at two locations in Glendale.
The Mission’s team of professionals is continually increasing our resources to help the community better understand problems related to homelessness and trauma. Our goal is to equip and empower you to make life better for our neighbors in need.