Homeless Services in Prescott, AZ
Rebuilding and Transforming Lives
The Agape House of Prescott is a local nonprofit that is changing lives of families in crisis by rebuilding and transforming their lives.
The face of the homeless is not who you may think. They are students at Yavapai College, Bradshaw and Prescott High School, in Prescott area elementary schools. The homeless are serving you at McDonald’s, helping you at the Thrift Stores and Grocery Stores, and working on Construction sites. They are families living on friend’s couches, living in the forest, in parking lots, and trying to manage a family while their ‘home’ is a car.
Agape House of Prescott shows them love and support and shares the hope of Jesus with them. Agape House has provided discipleship, mentoring, life skills training, and interim housing for homeless families in crisis, resulting in an 86% success rate of families living independently one year after they leave the program.
Agape House of Prescott found that the solution to homelessness is the Pathway to Independence.
» The first 30 days begins with stability
» The second phase centers on personal wellness, emotional and mental health stability
» The third phase implements life skills training
» The last step focuses on sustainability and independence
According to the Community Health Needs Assessment 2019 report from The Yavapai Regional Medical Center, Yavapai County has 31,859 people in poverty. That is 14.7% of the population living in poverty.
Agape House continues to work to make a significant impact on the homeless crisis in Prescott.
We are Making a Difference
2013 – 2020
Nights of Housing for Single Parents
Nights of Housing for Homeless Children
Rent & Utilities Paid
Hours of Mentoring
We can’t help them all, but for families in a crisis, we were able to bridge a gap for a time and we helped encourage self sufficiency.
Agape House of Prescott Incorporated Jan. 31, 2013
Homeless Services – Giving Hope
“Agape House of Prescott exists 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.”
All it takes is $9.69 to provide one night to call home!
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