Homelessness in Pima County
Six days a week, our facilities offer breakfast, lunch, and a home cooked dinner for women who are unhoused. With the help of our volunteers, we are able to provide nutritious meals keeping our guests healthy, happy, and comfortable.
Our laundry room allows guests to clean their clothes and personal belongings. Because of your generosity, we are in the process of adding commercial washers and dryers to ensure each guest has clean clothes.
Through generous donations, we are able to provide clean, warm clothes for our guests. We offer clothing, shoes, new underwear, and socks. Many of our guests don’t have access to the basic necessities we provide.
Sister José’s is a low barrier center without requirements, referrals, or fees. The center meets guests where they are and supports a journey to a more sustainable future. All guests and their beloved pets are treated with the respect and dignity they deserve and long for.
Our facilities are housed with four showers and four restrooms stocked with personal hygiene products. In addition, we have one shower and one bathroom that are wheelchair accessible. Throughout the day, our guests have access to our shower amenities.
Caseworkers provide our guests with mentorship and the necessary resources to begin their transition to stable housing. The safety and support provided by our case navigators helps our guests establish and achieve goals that prepare them to overcome barriers, navigate social services, and enter the rental or job market.