The Arizona chapter of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment officials awarded Glendale with its Innovative Program of the Year award to recognize the city’s master services agreement with Central Arizona Shelter Services.
The Valley’s weather is taking a toll on residents’ health
As the Valley began its summer months, an excessive heat warning that started at the first of the month has been extended through July 21. This year’s temperature
Tempe City Council renewed its contract with Dudley Oaks Hotel to provide immediate shelter for the city’s homeless population through leasing hotel rooms that will be available for both individuals and families.
Sojourner Center celebrated the groundbreaking of its pet companion shelter expansion project on March 10 with Phoenix Vice Mayor Yassamin Ansari, Councilmember Carlos Garcia and representatives from …
Art, mental health and the ongoing drug crisis collide in Arizona State University alum Austin Davis’ latest collection of poems where he explores his own struggles with mental health and his experiences working with unhoused people in the Valley.
It isn’t that Glendale residents like Karen Sherman are indifferent toward the city’s homeless population. But they are concerned about their neighborhoods, whether it’s a safety issue or unsightly piles of garbage left behind.
In the liberal haven of San Francisco, where one of the worst homelessness crises in the nation has been raging nonstop for years, officials may finally be taking the first steps toward changing course.