Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources

We understand the stress and anxiety you may be experiencing during this challenging time. We want to help in every way possible. Below you will find a list of community resources to help find locations with school lunches, daycares and more. Please check this page regularly for updated links and information.

For your convenience, you may also print this list of resources here.

Community Resources for Students Families
during COVID-19 School Closures

Connect Arizona Free WIFI Locations
Emergency Food Boxes & Pantries
Youth/Teen Centers & Child Care Resources
Family Resource & Community Service Centers
Community Information & Referral, Hotline Numbers, etc.
AZ Together (State superpage for COVID-19 resources) #AZTogether
AZ Unido: #AZUnido
City of Phoenix COVID-19 Update Page
Mental Health Resources
DACA Resources
Resources for Immigrants and Their Families During COVID-19
Emergency Food Boxes & Pantries
City/Central Region: Camelback, Central, Metro Tech & North
Agency Address Phone # Services Hours
Agency Address Phone # Services Hours
Creighton Family Resource Center Food Bag Distribution 2052 N 36th St. Phoenix, AZ 85008 602-381-4605 Food bag distribution. Every other week starting August 4th from 8:00-9:00am. ID required or proof of residency. Quantities are limited. Every other Tuesday
8 a.m. - 9 a.m.
St. Mary's Food Bank 3131 W. Thomas Road
Phoenix, 85017
602-242-3663 Emergency food boxes provided. You may need to
provide proof of address
M - F
7:30 am to 12:30 pm
Andre House 213 S. 11th Ave Phoenix, 85007 602-252-9023 Soup Kitchen. Walk-in welcome. No referral required. Sat- Th
4:30 p.m. - 6:30p.m.
Desert Christian Fellowship 1445 W. Northern Ave Phoenix, 85021 602-861-4008 Food boxes provided on Saturdays. This will be a drive through ONLY so please remain in your vehicle. In front of the Office ONE BAG PER CAR. Saturday
10 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Desert Mission Food Bank 9229 N. 4th St. Phoenix, 85020 602-870-6062 Food boxes provided. Walk-in welcome. No referral required. Proof of address required M - F
9:00 a.m. - 3p.m.
Neighborhood Ministries 1918 W. Van Buren St Phoenix, 85009 602-252-5225 Food boxes provided. Walk-in welcome. No referral required. Proof of address required. A Clothing bank and other support services available F
9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Cultural Cup Food Bank 342 E. Thomas Rd Phoenix, 85012 602-243-1773 Food boxes provided. Walk-in welcome. No referral required. Proof of address required T - Th
10 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
South Region: Academies at South, Betty Fairfax & Cesar Chavez
Phoenix Rescue Mission 1801 S. 35th Ave Phoenix, 85009 602-233-3000 Soup kitchen. Walk-ins welcome. No referral required. Breakfast, lunch and dinner provided Monday - Friday, breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks also provided Saturday and Sunday 8-9 am / 1-2pm 4:30 pm M - F
6:30 a.m. (Brkfst)
M - F
11:30 a.m. (Lunch)
M - F
4:30 p.m. (Dinner)
Black Family & Child Services 1522 E. Southern Phoenix, 85040 602-243-1773 Food box must fill out application Call for appointment Th 1pm-5pm
Salvation Army 2707 E. Van Buren Phoenix, 85008 602-267-4122 Food boxes provided. Walk-in welcome. No referral required. Proof of address required. Other emergency support services are provided i.e. Utility assistance, shelter, referrals M - F
8 a.m. - 12:00 pm
ICM Food & Clothing Bank 501 S. 9th Ave Phoenix, 85007 602-254-7450 Food boxes provided. SNAP and SNAP to Work Programs will take clients by appointment only. No referral required. Proof of address required. Clothing room will open on July 7th. M - F
9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Under God Ministries 4223 S. 7th St Phoenix, 85040 602-803-0890 You can receive 2 food boxes a month. A selfie, a picture ID and proof of address is needed to verify your information Tuesday
5 p.m. - 8 p.m.
W
10am - 1pm
West Region: Alhambra, Carl Hayden, Maryvale & Trevor Browne
St. Mary's Food Bank 13050 W. Elm Street Surprise, 85378 602-242-3663 Emergency food boxes provided. You may need to provide proof of address 8:30 am-1:30 pm
First Southern Baptist Church 3100 W. Camelback Rd Phoenix, 85017 602-242-6140 Food boxes provided. Walk-in welcome. No referral required. Proof of address required W
9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Hope for Hunger Food Bank 5605 N. 55th Ave Glendale, 85301 602-773-4344 Food boxes provided. Walk-in welcome. No referral required. Proof of address required M - F
8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Youth/Teen Centers & Child Care Resources
Boys & Girls Clubs - For Essential workers only
Ages 5 to 18 years-old
Breakfast and lunch provided
Annual Membership: $30
Monthly Dues: Starting at $25/month, varies by Club
West Valley - Boys & Girls Clubs
Swift Kids Branch – Glendale 6420 W. Maryland Ave.
Glendale, AZ 85301 (623) 939-6952
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Tri-City Branch/Thornwood – Avondale 301 E. Western Ave. Avondale, AZ 85323 (623) 932-1154
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Central Valley - Boys & Girls Clubs
Bob & Renee Parsons Branch – Phoenix 4309 E Belleview St.Phoenix, AZ 85008 (602) 343-1270
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Ed Robson Branch - Phoenix 15815 N. 29th St.Phoenix, AZ 85032 (602) 449-2850
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Jerry Colangelo Branch – Phoenix 1755 N. 34th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85009 (602) 424-0410
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

MLB All-Star Diamondbacks Branch – Phoenix 548 W. Southern Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85041 (602) 268-3486
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

East Valley - Boys & Girls Clubs
Chandler Compadres Branch 300 E. Chandler Blvd., Chandler, AZ 85244 (480) 899-8302
7 a.m. - 6 p.m.

City/Central Region: Camelback, Central, Metro Tech & North
Legacy Foundation Christown-YMCA 5517 N. 17th Ave Phoenix, 85015 602-242-7717 Teen leadership programs, youth workforce, exercise & swim facility M - F
6:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

South Region: Academies at South, Betty Fairfax & Cesar Chavez
West Region: Alhambra, Carl Hayden, Maryvale & Trevor Browne
Pendergast Family Resource Center 10550 W. Mariposa Street. Phoenix, AZ 85037 (623) 772-2339 The Pendergast Family Resource Center is available to support families with finding community resource referrals and information. If you have families needing support, please call our main phone number 623-772-2339. All services provided by the Pendergast Family Resource Center are offered at no cost M - S
6 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Northwest Valley Family YMCA 12450 W Cinnabar Avenue El mirage, AZ 85335 602-688-5335 Multipurpose center offers rent and mortgage payment assistance, and utility assistance for electric, natural gas and City of Phoenix water bills. Call Mondays at 8 a.m. for appointments. To schedule an emergency assistance appointment, call 602-534-2433 or 1-866-882-1778 M - F
6:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Glendale/Peoria Family YMCA 14711 N 59th ave Glendale, AZ 85306 602-588-9622
M - F
6:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Southwest Valley Family YMCA 2919 N Litchfield Rd Goodyear, AZ 85395 623-935-5193
M - F
6:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Family Resource & Community Service Centers
East Region: Tempe
Tempe Family YMCA 7070 S Rural Road Tempe, AZ 85283 480-730-0240
M - F
6:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
City/Central Region: Camelback, Central, Metro Tech & North
Creighton Family Resource Center Clothing 2052 N 36th St. Phoenix, AZ 85008 602-381-4605 Free clothing – gently worn. Starts, Tuesday August 11th from 8:00-2:00, by appointment. Every other week starting August 11th. Every other Tuesday
8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Sunnyslope Family Services Center 914 W. Hatcher Rd Phoenix, 85021 602-495-5229 Multipurpose center offers rent and mortgage payment assistance, and utility assistance for electric, natural gas and City of Phoenix water bills. Call Mondays at 8 a.m. for appointments. To schedule an emergency assistance appointment, call 602-534-2433 or 1-866-882-1778 M - F
7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Southwest Human Development 2850 N.24th Street Phoenix, 85008 602-266-5976 Our Head Start program has in-person, small group programs offering 10 hours, 6 hours, or 3 ½ hours of care in a high-quality learning environment M - F
8:00 a.m. - 5p.m.
South Region: Academies at South, Betty Fairfax & Cesar Chavez
Travis L Williams Family Services Center 4732 S. Central Ave Phoenix, 85040 602-534-4732 Multipurpose center offers rent and mortgage payment assistance, and utility assistance for electric, natural gas and City of Phoenix water bills. Call Mondays at 8 a.m. for appointments. To schedule an emergency assistance appointment, call 602-534-2433 or 1-866-882-1778 M - F
7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Gila River Community Center 5230 W. St. Johns Rd Laveen, 85339 520-562-9694 A vital part of the social safety net that makes the Gila River Indian Community a caring community. They manage and deliver financial and social supports and work directly with and through the community and government partners to ensure the services delivered are appropriate, effective and accessible. M - F
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
West Region: Alhambra, Carl Hayden, Maryvale & Trevor Browne
John F. Long Family Resource Center 3454 N. 51st Ave Phoenix, 85031 602-262-6510 Multipurpose center offers rent and mortgage payment assistance, and utility assistance for electric, natural gas and City of Phoenix water bills. Call Mondays at 8 a.m. for appointments. To schedule an emergency assistance appointment, call 602-534-2433 or 1-866-882-1778 M - F
7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Virtual Cycle 3454 N. 51st Ave Phoenix, 85031 602-262-6510 Multipurpose center offers rent and mortgage payment assistance, and utility assistance for electric, natural gas and City of Phoenix water bills. Call Mondays at 8 a.m. for appointments. To schedule an emergency assistance appointment, call 602-534-2433 or 1-866-882-1778 M - F
7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Community Information & Referral, Hotline Numbers, etc.
Find Help Phoenix www.findhelpphx.org An on-line directory of services and resources divided by categories of service. Users can look for medical services, legal help, affordable housing, child care and many other services. The website is also available in Spanish 24 hours
2-1-1 Arizona Dial 211 www.211arizona.org Arizona 2-1-1 is a programs of the Crisis Response Network and provides 24 hour, 7 days a week single point of service. Information is available for ental health, emergency services, housing, etc. 24 hours
Teen Lifeline 602-248-8336 (TEEN) Peer Counseling suicide hotline 3:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255 (TALK) Experienced crisis counselors are waiting to take your call 24 hours
Substance Abuse Treatment Hotline 1-800-662-4357 (HELP) Experienced Substance Abuse Counselors are waiting to take your call 24 hours
Central Arizona Shelter Services 602-595-8700 - families with children
CASS provides shelter and supportive services to 602-759-5356 - adults w/o children
CASS provides shelter and supportive services to men, women and children experiencing homelessness. 24 hours
National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233 Advocates are standing by to help victims, survivors of domestic violence 24 hours
Domestic Violence Shelters www.domesticshelters.org Search by zip code for a shelter near you 24 hours

SCHOOL RESOURCES FOR FREE MEALS

Due to the recent school closings, many districts are providing FREE grab and go breakfast and lunch to kids 18 and younger. Participating school districts, and their feeding locations and hours, are linked to below. Please note, children must be present at the time of pick up.

Agua Fria Union High School District #216
Alhambra Elementary District #68
Avondale Elementary District #44
Balsz Elementary District #31
Buckeye Elementary District #33
Cartwright School District #83
Camelback Academy
Chandler Unified District #80
Creighton Elementary District #14
Deer Valley Unified School District #97
Dysart Unified District #89
Fowler Elementary District #45
Gilbert Unified District #41
Glendale Elementary District #40
Isaac Elementary District #5
Kyrene Elementary District #28
Laveen School District
Liberty Elementary District #25
Litchfield Elementary School District #79
Littleton Elementary District #65
Madison Elementary District #38
Mesa Unified District #4
Murphy Elementary District #21
Nadaburg Unified District #81
Osborn Elementary District #8
Pendergast Elementary District #92
Peoria Unified District #11
Phoenix Union High School District #210
Riverside Elementary School District No. 2
Roosevelt Elementary District #66
Scottsdale Unified District #48
Tempe Elementary District #3
Tempe Union High School District #213
Tolleson Elementary District #17
Tolleson Union High School District #214
Union Elementary District #62
Vista College Prepatory
Washington Elementary School District #6
Wilson Elementary District #7

INFORMATION ON USCIS & DETENTION CENTERS

USCIS INFORMATION:Beginning on Monday, March 16, 2020, USCIS asylum offices will not be open for walk-in assistance or for non-interview inquiry appointments until further notice. Asylum offices will only be open to individuals appearing for previously scheduled interview appointments. USCIS is asking for individuals who may have come into contact with COVID -19 to reschedule their appointments. USCIS will help you reschedule your appointment without penalty. Are experiencing flu-like symptoms (such as a runny nose, headache, cough, sore throat or fever) or otherwise feel ill.

DETENTION CENTER VISITATIONS

Eloy Detention Center [Core Civic] has stopped accepting visitiations due to the COVID -19 Virus. At this time it is still unknown as to when Core Civic will resume their regular visitation schedule.

INFORMATION ON ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS

As of Friday, March 13 Arizona Department of Corrections has stopped allowing visitations to all ADOC facilities. Puente is monitoring the status of ADOC and the visitation program. At this time phone calls and commissary orders are still being accepted but can be suspended at any time.

Online, home-school resources for parents during coronavirus closures

CK-12 Foundation

Includes grades 1–12 and even a few college courses. It can be translated into several languages and offers Math, Science, Social Studies and Photography. Cost: Always free.

 

123 Homeschool 4 Me

Provides printable worksheets from Alphabet Letters, Math, English and History. Find resources for toddlers-junior high school. Cost: Free

 

Discovery K12

Online homeschool platform & curriculum for Pre-K to 12th grade. 7 standard courses: Language Arts, Reading/Literature, Math, Science, History/Social Studies, Visual/Performing Arts, and Physical Education. Cost: Free

 

Scholastic Learn at Home

Provides 20 days’ worth of active learning modules designed to reinforce educational opportunities for students ages 3–13 who are unable to attend school. Cost: Free.

 

Boardmaker

Boardmaker is a collection of standardized picture symbols used for communication with students who are strong visual learners. This includes those with autism spectrum disorders, Down syndrome, speech and language disorders, and behavioral disorders.

 

Everydae SAT Prep

Everydae is offering its SAT math tutoring program for free. Use the code HOMEPREP when signing up.

 

Fiveable AP Students

Fievable offers free resources for AP students, including live reviews, trivia and study guides. Cost: Always free.

 

ASU for You - ASU Superpage for Learners of ALL Levels

 

ASU Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Community Resources for K-12

 

For infants-prek families: First Things First

 

VOOKS

VOOKS is offering 30 days free. This is an ad free, online library of animated story books. In addition to the free 30 days, there are resource guides with some books to do easy at home activities.

 

Mystery Science

Ever seen Mystery Doug? If you like him, check out Mystery Science for a free membership and a starter list of easy, online K-5 science lessons you can do at home.

 

Brain POP

Offering free access to interactive activities in a wide variety of subject for Kinder through middle school. They also have Brain POP ELL for English Language Learners.

 

MEALS FOR SENIORS AND ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES

TCAA is offering a drive-through nutritious “meal on the go” for Tempe seniors and adults with disabilities on a daily basis (Monday through Friday). The catered meals can be picked up at the North Tempe Senior Center, 1551 N. Bridal Wreath, Tempe AZ 85281 (south entrance) between 10 and 11 AM only. Register for the meal by noon one day in advance by calling TCAA at 480-858-6511. Meals are offered at no cost to eligible participants. Donations are welcomed.

Tempe seniors and adults with disabilities who are home-bound may qualify for a home-delivered meal at no cost. Contact Area Agency on Aging to pre-register at 602-264-4357.

City of Phoenix Senior Centers

City of Phoenix Human Services Department Senior Centers are temporarily closed until further notice. Lunch meals normally provided year-round for registered members are currently being offered by reservation only and delivered to members in their own homes each Monday, excluding holidays. Senior Center members may request lunch meal delivery by contacting their local Senior Center. INFO

Home Delivered Meals

The City of Phoenix Human Services Department provides home delivered meals to homebound and disabled senior residents age 60 years and older. Case management and senior wellness checks are included with this service. To be considered for a referral to this program, contact the Area Agency on Aging’s 24 Hour Senior Help Line at 602-264-4357 or visit the following website: INFO

Arizona Commodity Senior Food Program

The Arizona Commodity Senior Food Program (CSFP) is a federal funded food distribution program that provides a once a month food package to people 60 years of age or older. INFO

Desert Mission Food Bank

Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 9229 N. Fourth St. Phoenix, AZ 85020. Desert Mission Food Bank offers free emergency, senior food boxes (and infants). Proof of address and ID is required. INFO

Duet Arizona

Provides health and well-being assistance to home-bound adults, family caregivers, faith communities and grand-families. Some of its services include grocery shopping assistance, small home repairs, transportation to medical appointments and other support. "Duet is a partner in health and aging to older adults, one of the most-at-risk populations of the COVID-19 virus," Shelly Everson, Duet PR and marketing coordinator said. Duet Arizona offers services in Phoenix, Fountain Hills, Glendale, Paradise Valley, Peoria and Scottsdale. INFO

Financial Relief

Tempe and Fountain Hills households experiencing financial challenges during this period may access Utility Assistance funds through TCAA. Utility assistance can help households to get ahead on bills and redirect limited income to other needs. A disconnect notice is NOT required. To download the application go to www.tempeaction.org/utilitybills or contact our hotline during regular business hours: 480-389-1375 for more information.

Families needing rental payment assistance

For families experiencing issues due to COVID-19. This link will take them directly to the Program Qualification Self-Assessment tool to see if they qualify.
https://www.saveourhomeaz.gov/ra/

Information for assistance with utilities

Link to Phoenix Family Service Centers:
https://www.phoenix.gov/humanservices/programs/emergenc
Families can also call 602-534-AIDE or (866) 882-1778

FOOD FAMILY RESOURCES

Meals for youth (18 and under)  - https://www.azhealthzone.org/foodsites

That map will allow people to search by their address and find the nearest distribution of meals along with hours of operation and projected end date. 

Mobile Distribution of Boxes and Produce  - https://www.firstfoodbank.org/get-help/.

St. Mary’s Food Bank will bring our trucks to various locations and set up food distributions in parking lots and partner buildings across the valley. The above link will provide a calendar view of when and where they are taking place.

Sal's Gilbert Pizza - 1150 S Gilbert Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85296 

• While Sal's Gilbert Pizza isn't a school, they want to make sure children have a full stomach during this outbreak. Children and their families can pick up a meal at no charge from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays until schools reopen.  

La Piazza and La Piazza Al Forno - From 11:00AM-2:00PM Tuesday through Friday, La Piazza and La Piazza Al Forno will offer take out lunches of pasta, fruits, and salad for children who rely on schools to provide meals during the week. Piazza Romana will offer slices of pizza. These meals are available for take-out at each of the restaurants. 

• La Piazza, 1 N. First St., Phoenix, AZ (602)795-7116 

• La Piazza al Forno, 5803 W. Glendale Ave., Glendale, AZ (623)847-3301 

• Piazza Romana 10210 West McDowell Rd. Suite 120, Avondale, AZ (623)936-7338

Agua Fria Food Bank -  Providing sack lunches and access to showers Monday-Friday from 8am-12pm. Emergency Food Boxes and for those experiencing homelessness. Address: 405 E Harrison Dr, Avondale, AZ 85323 Phone #:   (623) 932-9135  Hours: Monday- Friday 8:00am- 12:00 pm

Arizona Muslim Alliance - The Arizona Muslim Alliance is offering a community grocery service for high risk community members. They will do your grocery shopping for you! Call 480.516.6368 or email info@azmuslims.org with the subject line "ordergroceries" 

Heart of Isaac Community Center - providing emergency resources, have hygiene packs available. Address: 1403 N 32nd Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85009 Phone #: (602) 442-0583 Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 am- 4:30 pm  

 

 

EMPLOYMENT

Apply for Unemployment Benefits

Financial Assistance Programs

For Job Seekers and Laid-Off Workers: AZ Department of Economic Security Services Related to COVID-19

Arizona@Work Arizona Employers with Immediate Openings

ASU Career Resources
Offers interviewing, resume development, resume samples, career search strategies.INFO

Career Connectors
Connecting professionals in career transition with hiring companies and quality resources. INFO

Goodwill Resource
Offers career planning, interviewing, resume development. INFO

 

AFFORDABLE HOUSING

Mercy Housing 
(602) 952-9525
https://mercyhousing.org/find-housing/

 Affordable housing for low and moderate income individuals

Provides and manages several apartment complexes for people with disabilities, low-income individuals, families, and seniors in Avondale, El Mirage, Phoenix, Tolleson, Gilbert and other Valley locations. The website lists all available properties. Call the property to apply and a Mercy representative will help in the application process. Note that many properties have a long waiting list. Languages: English and Spanish

 
City of Phoenix 
Subsidized Housing
(602) 534-2142
https://www.phoenix.gov/housing/findingaffordablerental/families

Subsidized rental assistance to low-income individuals and families. The waiting lists are long and programs change often depending on budgets. Call to check on current status.


HUD
 

Information and referral on affordable housing in Arizona and the United States

(602) 379-7100 
https://www.hud.gov/states/arizona

Information and referral on how to find HUD housing, home buying, rental assistance, avoiding foreclosure, subsidized housing options, fair housing laws. Offers assistance in locating affordable housing in your area. Languages: English and Spanish


City of Scottsdale 
Affordable Housing Services 
(480) 312-7717 
https://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/human-services/housing-choice-voucher-program

The Community Assistance Office (CAO) manages a variety of federal and local funds and programs that improve the quality of life for low to moderate-come families and assist in the stabilization of Scottsdale neighborhoods. The CAO administers the following programs: Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnership Program, Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program, Housing Rehabilitation Programs and a variety of local funding sources. Languages: English and Spanish


Transitional Housing 

Housing to assist those transitioning from homelessness and other types of bad living situations (Online resources) 

1(800) 334-8893 
https://www.transitionalhousing.org/ci/az-phoenix

Transitional housing can be described as a home that assists people in transitioning from homelessness, substance abuse addiction, and abuse in the home or other types of bad living environments. Transitional housing locations often times are nonprofit run facilities. Call program to ask if services are offered in Spanish. 


City of Peoria 
Subsidized Housing
(623) 486-4375  
http://www.peoriaaz.gov/newsecondary.aspx?id=21132

Subsidized rental help to low-income individuals and families. The waiting lists are long and programs change often depending on budgets. Call to check on current status.
 

City of Mesa 
Affordable housing resources
https://www.mesaaz.gov/residents/housing
(480) 644-3536 

Listing of affordable housing in Mesa, AZ. For complete list contact HUD AT (602) 379-7111. Languages: English and Spanish

Town of Gilbert 
Affordable housing resources
(480) 898-0228  
http://www.gilbertaz.gov/residents/living-in-gilbert/housing-community-development/affordable-housing

Resources for affordable housing as well as programs that City of Gilbert works with. Income eligibility guidelines.
 

City of Chandler 
Housing and Redevelopment Division- affordable housing
(480) 782-3200 
https://www.chandleraz.gov/residents/neighborhood-resources/housing-and-redevelopment

 

Housing and Redevelopment Division oversees and manages affordable housing programs. Through the use of several resources and predominantly grant funds, Housing and Redevelopment Division, provides affordable/subsidized housing for low-moderate income families in Chandler. Languages: English and Spanish