Housing Options

HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/CITY OF TUCSON
The Department of Housing and Community Development is responsible for administering housing, community development and social services programs. The Department plans, funds and operates programs which assist Tucsonans, and families throughout Pima County, to improve their housing options, their neighborhoods, and their lives.
310 N. Commerce Park Loop, Tucson, AZ 85745 (520) 791-4171

RENTAL ASSISTANCE THROUGH THE HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT:

INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE (IRC)
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crisis and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives after been forced to flee their homes because of war or persecution based on race, nationality, religious beliefs, or political opinions.  The IRC in Tucson has welcomed over 3,000 refugees from over 23 countries as newcomers to the Tucson community.  The IRC provides a variety of services including housing and cash assistance, counseling services, wellness promotion, youth development, access to health care, job search services, English classes, and U.S. citizenships preparation.
International Rescue Committee in Tucson, AZ 3100 N. Campbell Site #101, Tucson, AZ
(520) 319-2128  Email Tucson@rescue.org

OUR FAMILY/AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Two- and three-bedroom units, with no time limit, for families who income-qualify.
Utilities are included for some but not all units. Support services such as case management, financial education and basic-needs assistance are offered but are optional.
Rents range from $410-$550.
2590 N. Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ 85712 (520) 323-1708 x 417

OTHER FEDERAL RESOURCES WITH HUD
Low rent apartment search in Tucson for elderly, disabled, and families

PIMA COUNTY HOUSING RESEARCH
Pima County provides information on affordable housing, public housing, and rental and home buyer assistance.

PIO DECIMO CENTER - An agency of Catholic Community Services.
Pio Decimo Center responds to the needs of familities and individuals through education and social services.  
List of services provided by Pio Decimo Center:

Foreclosure Prevention/Prevencion de Embargo: Marcos Crespo ext. 7109
Making Home Affordable: Lupita Servin ext. 7107
Save Our Home Arizona: Lupita Servin ext. 7107
Rapid Re-Housing Three Points to the Heart: Anjanette Miller 520-578-3063

Home Again Foreclosure Relocation: 1-855-622-2801  HomeAgain@cc-pio.org Shelly Jost ext. 7123 or Mirna Karam ext. 7135
Assist individuals and families facing homelessness due to foreclosure as the owner or as the tenant.
Asistencia a familias e individuos a riesgo de estar sin vivienda debido al embargo, como propietarios o como inquilinos

Homebuyer Down Payment Assistance: Alicia Romero ext. 7124
Down payment assistance for households that earn less than 80% of Pima County's area median income.
Asistencia con el enganche en la compra de su casa, para personas con ingresos de 80% del ingreso medio en el condado Pima.

Financial Education / Educacion Financiera: Alicia Romero ext. 7124

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (food stamps): Yolanda Garcia ext. 7113
Eligibilidad para el Programa Nutricional

Transitional Housing for Homeless Families: Sonia Lopez ext. 7112
Assists homeless families with children under the age of 18.
Asistencia para familias sin vivienda con niños menores de 18 años.

Children's Programs: Molly Tylutki ext. 7119
Childcare and Early Child Education, School age afterschool and summer programs.
Guarderia y Educacion infantil temprana y programas de verano.

Affordable Senior Housing
Barrio Viejo Elderly Housing: 520-623-4999
Casitas On East Broadway: 520-624-7392
Senior Housing Program HUD PRAC 202 for seniors 62 years and older, rent according to 30% of adjusted income, one bedroom apartments.
Viviendas para personas mayores de 62 años, HUD PRAC 202, con renta de acuerdo al 30% del ingreso ajustado.

Pio Decimo Center: 848 S. 7th Ave., Tucson, AZ 85701 Toll Free 1-844-764-3321  fax: 520-622-4704