The Human Services Campus is a collaborative force of 16 partner organizations with the shared outcome of ending homelessness for people everyday

Brian Garcia Welcome Center 2019

As a non-profit organization, the Human Services Campus, Inc. (HSC):

  • Operates the “front door” to the Campus via the Brian Garcia Welcome Center
  • Is the lead agency for single adult “coordinated entry” in the Valley, which means conducting intakes and assessments for all guests.
  • Connects individuals to a wide array of services guided by our HSC Navigator staff and provides matches to housing
  • When possible, conducts “diversions” from the Campus by helping connect guests with family or friends
  • Provides additional hospitality resources including post office services and bag storage for Campus guests
  • Maintains a safe and secure Campus environment
  • Leads and fosters collaboration amongst the partner agencies to ensure our focus is ultimately about ending homelessness of our guests

HSC, Inc.’s Impact on Homeless Population in Maricopa County Past 12 Months

HSC, Inc.’s Impact on Homeless Population in Maricopa County Past 12 Months

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Homeless Served (Unduplicated)
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Individuals connected to permanent housing
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Diverted From Becoming Homeless

(Reports Published Quarterly)

Behind Each Number Is A Story

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The collaboration of all the social services on one Campus allows the HSC to uniquely help individuals experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County.  Located in downtown Phoenix on 13 acres with seven buildings hosting 15 partners, nearly half of the services on the Campus are housed within the Lodestar Day Resource Center.

  • Assessment

    In depth assessments are performed for clients to determine their individual needs

  • Health

    Physical, Mental, And Dental health issues can be addressed at the HSC

  • Legal

    Clients have access to legal assistance, probation resources and Homeless Court

  • IDENTIFICATION AND POST OFFICE SERVICES

    Partner resources assist with obtaining lost I.D.’s and postal services

  • Meals

    Three meals daily are provided at the campus

  • Shelter

    Nightly emergency shelter and supportive services to 470 homeless men and women.

  • Housing

    Finding permanent housing for individuals experiencing homelessness

  • EMPLOYMENT

    Securing and maintaining permanent employment

The collaboration of all the social services on one Campus allows the HSC to uniquely help individuals experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County

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When you get involved with HSC you are INVESTING in your community and you become part of the solution.

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