Phoenix Pass serves the needs of women and their children experiencing temporary homelessness by giving them an opportunity to reestablish self-sufficiency in a residential setting.
The program at Phoenix Pass provides participants with supportive services (classes and case management) and the resources to recover and rebuild a productive, stable lifestyle for themselves and their children.
Our families live rent-free in furnished apartments for up to two years. During this time they are required to work and save 30% of their income,design and implement an Individual Service Plan that outlines their goals, attend 26 classes designed to help them re-establish self-sufficiency and attend weekly coaching sessions to hold them accountable in meeting their goals.
“Changing lives one family at a time”
Serving women with children experiencing homelessness
Providing 2 & 3 bedroom apartments, furnished & utilities included
Through a program focusing on financial stability, job skills, we provide support and education that brings families from poverty to prosperity.
Residents are required to save at least 30% of their income while in residence
Weekly coaching sessions available to help residents stay on track to meet their individual goals