People recently released from prison/jail

Resources for formerly incarcerated individuals:

How Health Center Care Teams Can Address Health and Housing for Patients Involved in the Justice System – issue brief from Medical-Legal Partnership, National Health Care for the Homeless Council, National Nurse-Led Consortium

Homeless ID Project can assist with the costs of obtaining a new state ID for people recently released from prison/jail.  Hours are 7:30 – 10 am Monday – Friday, first come, first serve, at the Human Services Campus or various outreach locations in the afternoons.

Terros Health Justice Centers:

27th Avenue Integrated Care Clinic (co-located)
3864 North 27th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85017

Maricopa County Adult Probation Black Canyon building (co-located)
2445 West Indianola Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85015

Arizona 211 Reentry Resources

Department of Economic Security Reentry Services: 

Second Chance Centers provide inmates with a 10-week program designed to prepare them for reentry in our communities and workforce. In addition to the state’s three Second Chance Centers, reentry employment services are also available post-release in the NATIVE HEALTH Central office (link is external), parole offices, reentry centers, and DES and ARIZONA@WORK offices throughout the state.

DES and ARIZONA @ WORK workforce specialists provide no-cost job readiness services to help job seekers overcome barriers to employment. Services include résumé assistance, interview preparation, job search assistance, registration on Arizona Job Connection (link is external) (Arizona’s largest jobs database), and onsite hiring events with local employers.