Emergency Shelter & Rental Assistance Resources

The City of Flagstaff does not directly maintain emergency housing, though community partners do. Below are community partners that will help you address immediate housing needs.

COVID-19 Related Emergency Rental Assistance

The Arizona Department of Economic Security (AZ-DES) is offering Emergency Rental Assistance. You can get started on their website. Additional COVID-19 related resources can be found under "Other Resources" below. If you are facing eviction, visit our Eviction Prevention page.

  1. Emergency Shelter
  2. Rent & Utility Assistance
  3. Other Resources

Coconino County Front Door Program

The Front Door Program helps those experiencing homelessness to find housing through a network of community partners. You can speak with a Front Door Specialist at either of the below locations from 9 am to 3 pm, Monday through Friday.

Flagstaff Shelter Services

4185 East Huntington Avenue
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Flagstaff Shelter Services Map
Phone: (928) 225-2533 ex. 307
Email Holly Creager, Front Door Specialist
Flagstaff Shelter Services Website: Emergency Shelter - flagshelter.org

Flagstaff Shelter Services are open all day, every day, ready to provide emergency shelter and services to all people. Anyone can go to Flagstaff shelter, regardless of faith, sobriety, or mental health. Flagstaff Shelter Services also provides tools and resources needed to move out of homelessness for good.

Catholic Charities Community Services

2101 N 4th Street
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Catholic Charities Community Services Map
Phone: (928) 774-9125 ex. 53007
Email Michelle McManimon, Front Door Specialist
Catholic Charities Community Services Website - catholiccharitiesaz.org

At this time, Catholic Charities Community Services physical location is not open to the public. They do continue to serve the public. Contact them by phone for more information.

The Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) Program utilizes specially trained staff and volunteers to connect people with mental illness who are experiencing homelessness with psychiatric treatment and housing. PATH specialists engage homeless individuals and families throughout Northern Arizona to build trust, distribute information, and provide life-sustaining goods.