Our Mission

About Us

We exist to provide long-term transitional housing for families who are without a residence. We actively seek to keep the families together while helping facilitate additional support services in order to equip the families for an independent and self-sustained future.

» Our model is built around mentorship
» We create network
» We bring in experts to teach the real building blocks
» We cultivate a creative colaboration

Do You or Someone You Know Need Help Today?

We Fight To Build Self Esteem & Eliminate Homelessness

The number of homeless families in our Quad Cities area is astonishing! Some live in their vehicles; others camp in the forest; and still others live night-to-night in shelters, or on community benches, or friend’s couches. Many have been faced with hard times due to divorce or loss of job, resulting in financial conflict. Some have fallen to addiction to drugs and alcohol. They all seem to have lost their self esteem to pull themselves out of this devouring pit. Agape House not only provides housing, but, and more importantly, we provide life-skills programs: counseling, mentoring, and training to these individuals. We help them regain their confidence in themselves by providing hope and a pathway self -dependence. Please help this honorable cause! 

We are Making a Difference

in 2017

Nights of Housing for Parents

Nights of Housing for Children

Emergency Bills Covered

Hours of Mentoring

Keep A Family Together!

Carry each other’s burdens, and in

this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.

Galatians 6:2

» Independent Functioning Households are Our Goal

» Dignity and self-respect are our aspirations.

» We provide hope to families.

We are a faith based, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, dedicated to helping homeless families.
Transitional housing for families is paramount to families staying together, getting back on
their feet and moving forward again.

Agape House Appreciates the

Support From Local Churches

Agape House of Prescott is grateful for all support.  A special thank you to the following churches.  Click here to see our Corporate Sponsors.

Do You Need Help?

Do You or Someone You Know Need Help Today?  Here are some area resources that specialize in helping people.

  • PASS, 928-778-5933- Prescott Area Shelter Services emergency housing for women & children
  • YGRM- 928-443-8779, Yavapai Gospel Rescue Mission – transitional housing for women & children
  • Project Aware- 928-778-7744, men’s shelter
  • Stepping Stones, 928-445-HOPE, programming & housing available for domestic violence cases.
  • U.S. Vets, 928-583-7204, Assists veterans with housing and resources
  • NazCare, 928-442-9205, mental health & dual diagnosis specialties

Other Area Resources:

  • Salvation Army, 928-778-0150
  • CCJ: Coalition for Compassion & Justice, 928-445-8382
  • Catholic Charities, 928-778 2531