Changed Lives

Teaching Skills and Faith to Change Lives

Why Agape House Succeeds We do not simply provide housing. We teach life skills that enable self-sufficiency. By teaching parents the values of job skills, budgeting, and relationships provides them with “the tools for life.” It is not simply get a job, get a house,...

Mother Reunited With Child

Thank you to the power of prayer, the dedicated work of Agape House of Prescott, and hard work and dedication by a single mother in Prescott, she is now united with her child!  Hear her story . . .

Paying It Forward

We recently told of a story of a young girl who is in one of our Agape House families.  This young girl's story is heart-warming to say the least.  Watch the video to see what another young girl did to pay it...

Can’t Calculate These Numbers

I recently sat down with some of the Agape House staff to get information on what they have recently accomplished. In particular I was asking for stats. Let’s face it, everyone loves to be ‘Wowed’ by big impressive numbers. We get impressed when we hear how many...

Words From an Agape House Graduate

It isn’t often that we get to hear directly from an Agape House family. That is intentional on our part. Protecting the privacy and identity of our families is crucial. But we also know how important it is for the people of Prescott to know their story. To hear how...

Children Shouldn’t Be Homeless

I have always been drawn to before and after pictures and stories. Home remodels, weight loss, hair styles, etc. The story of before and after transformations in the life of a homeless person is the most incredible one I will ever picture. When you think of the mental...

“We Are So Much Better and Life is So Different!”

After families work with our mentors, make significant life changes, and attend life skills classes, they ‘graduate’ from Agape House and start a new life of independence. The words below are from a recent graduating family. This is from her 11-year-old child after...

Alarming Amount of Students Homeless in Yavapai County

Today we open the local Daily Courier newspaper to an article reporting the alarming amount of homeless students in the Prescott area. There are 487 homeless students across Yavapai County, 325 of them attend school in the Chino Valley Unified School District, 87 go...

Together We Can Provide Hope, Love, & Housing To Our Local Families!

Keeping Families Together Through Transitional Housing

Do You Need Help?

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

Obtain help today. Other area housing resources available:

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

Similar Programs with more available options located in the Phoenix area:

House of Refuge in Mesa, AZ, 480-988-9242
Phoenix City Mission, Men 602-346-3390  Women: 602-688-6219