Youth Shelters

Through our continued expansion, the ongoing effort of the agency is to serve rural communities in Arizona to fight poverty and build healthy, self-sufficient youth and families. The services we provide to the homeless youth population through shelters in Mohave County and Chino Valley, have proved to be crucial towards building solid foundations.

These have served as safe spaces for youth to learn their potential and work towards a positive life with the support of the trusted AZYP team.

Lighthouse

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The Lighthouse, shelter for boys aged 12-17 opened in Prescott Valley in April of 2019. Until the opening of Lighthouse, there were no homeless youth shelters in the Prescott area.

 

The main focus of Lighthouse is to address the needs of runaway and homeless male youth and their families in Yavapai County and it’s surrounding rural communities. The program is built on the principles of positive youth development, emphasizing the strength of each individual and family unit served.

The center currently has four (4) beds available for emergency shelter. Lighthouse provides a safe environment for youth to regroup and chart a new course in their life. We work with youth and their caregivers to create an individualized life plan to either reunite youth with their families or another trusted adult. Components of the plan may include personal goals, counseling, job skills, drug and alcohol education and academics.

The Lighthouse and Arizona Youth Partnership are proud to be part of The Prescott Area Tax Credit Coalition.

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Providence Place

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Providence Place is a Basic Center that addressed the needs of the runaway and homeless youth girls and their families in Mohave county and its surrounding communities. The program is built on the principles of positive youth development, emphasizing the strength of each individual and family unit served.

Providence place works with youth and their caregivers to create a plan to either reunite youth with their families or another trusted adult. This plan may include personal goals, counseling, job skills, drug and alcohol education and academics.

This shelter offers a safe place for youth to regroup and chart a new course in their life. Providence place offers temporary shelter for up to 21 days to 50 runaway and homeless female youth. The center currently has 4 beds available for emergency shelter.

 

Providence place also reaches youth through several outreach activities including weekly youth sessions focusing on life skills and character development utilizing Botvin’s Life Skills curriculum. 

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Harbor House

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Harbor House is a Basic Center Program that addressed the needs of the runaway and homeless youth and their families in Mohave county and its surrounding communities. The program is built on the principles of positive youth development, emphasizing the strength of each individual and family unit served.  

Harbor House works with youth and their caregivers to create a plan to either reunite youth with their families or another trusted adult. This plan may include personal goals, counseling, job skills, drug and alcohol education and academics. 

This shelter offers a safe place for youth to regroup and chart a new course in their life. Harbor House offers temporary shelter for up to 21 days to 50 runaway and homeless male youth. The center currently has 4 beds available for emergency shelter.

 

Harbor House also reaches youth through several outreach activities including weekly youth sessions focusing on life skills and character development utilizing Botvin’s Life Skills curriculum. 

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Contact:
Dana Davis, Program Manager
951.347.5035
Dana@AZYP.org