Weekly e-Newsletter | November 15, 2023

HSC Helps Carl Find a Home

Carl is a 45 year old man who came to HSC's Brian Garcia Welcome Center seeking assistance a few weeks ago. He had experienced homelessness off and for nearly ten years. In March of 2022, Carl landed a good job and was able to afford his own apartment for over a year.


Unfortunately, in April of 2023, Carl was diagnosed with meningitis and was hospitalized for over a month. The situation caused him to lose his job and he was evicted from his home. Carl stated he had been sleeping on the streets since May. HSC Staff inquired if he had family who might be willing to take him in. HSC Staff spoke with Carl's brother in South Carolina, who was very happy to have him come live with him until he was able to find employment and a home of his own. Staff purchased a bus ticket, provided transportation to the bus station and confirmed that Carl arrived safely in South Carolina. We wish him a future of health, happiness, and home.

Support our Work and Receive a Tax Credit

Investing in HSC to end homelessness has an additional benefit: You may be able to receive a dollar-for-dollar Tax Credit (up to $421 per individual and up to $842 per couple). The Human Services Campus, Inc. (EIN 46-3333160) is an Arizona Qualifying Charitable Organization - check with your financial advisor about your specific tax situation. HSC's QCO Code is 20970.

Donate Here

Monthly Campus Tour December 6th

On the first Wednesday of every month we host a tour at 9:00 am. Spend an hour with us visiting the 13 acres and eight buildings, learning about the 15 partner organizations working collaboratively to serve people experiencing homelessness. If you are interested in joining us, the next available tour is December 6th. If you have visited the Campus please share this invite with a friend! We appreciate the help in spreading the word.

To register, please contact us at [email protected] or call (602) 282-0853. 

New Episode!

The McQuaid Mission

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Affordable housing for seniors is a growing problem across the state. In this episode, Amy Schwabenlender, CEO of Human Services Campus, and Jackson Fonder, CEO of UMOM New Day Centers, welcome Matt Kelly, Lead Housing Liaison at Mercy Care, Lauren Lauder, Deputy CEO for Spectrum Healthcare, and Shelly Marquez, President Mountain Plains at Mercy Housing. 

The group delves into why more seniors are becoming homeless and explores a new three-year partnership between Mercy Care and Mercy Housing that aims to ensure seniors have safe and affordable housing.

Also, get an inside look at HSC's bridge housing program and how we assist individuals in transitioning from life on the streets to a new life in housing.

HSC has a limited number of seats at the STN studio each month. Please email [email protected] if you would like to attend.


Watch Episode 3 of Season 3 Here

Mission:  Using the power of collaboration to create solutions to end homelessness
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