Chaplaincy for the Homeless provides services in several locations within Phoenix, allowing us to better serve the local homeless community.
Catholic Charities MANA House is 77-bed shelter for homeless veterans.
The Chaplaincy provides weekly Bible studies and Trauma Recovery Groups at this location.
Human Service Campus
The Human Service Campus is a 13.5 acre campus in downtown Phoenix that provides services to the 800-1,000 people who visit the campus on a daily basis to receive services from 21 agencies.
The Chaplaincy provides a ministry of presence, counseling and Bible studies at its office on the campus.
St. Vincent de Paul, Phoenix
Virginia G. Piper Chapel, Phoenix Dining Room
Each Sunday morning, the Chaplaincy provides a worship service in the Virginia G. Piper Chapel.
The Dining Room serves about 500 -700 meals a day.
St. Vincent de Paul, Sunnyslope
Chris Becker Dining Room
The Sunnyslope neighborhood is home to the second busiest St. Vincent de Paul dining room in Maricopa County, serving more than 150 meals a day.
The Chaplaincy provides weekly Bible studies and Sunday morning worship services in the dining area.
Ozanam Manor is a ministry of St. Vincent de Paul which provides shelter to 56 men and women over the age of 55 or disabilities.
The Chaplaincy provides a Worship Service in the chapel every Sunday.
St Vincent de Paul Family Dining Room at 420 Watkins
The family dining room provides an evening meal Monday through Friday for about 100 adults and 150 children. Children also receive tutoring for the school work. The Chaplaincy provides a ministry of presence and Bible Study to adults and children.
United Methodist Outreach Ministries (UMOM) Family Shelter
UMOM is a shelter for over 130 families with about 200 children
The Chaplaincy provides Sunday School ministry and music ministry.
St. Vincent de Paul Dining Room – Mesa
Every day about 150 people come and eat at this dining room.
From Monday through Friday, the Chaplaincy provides a ministry of presence, caring and prayer.