The SHIFT Program was recently awarded a grant through the Phoenix IDA. Thank you to Vice Mayor Laura Pastor and representatives from the Phoenix IDA for celebrating this award with us. Click on the photo of Jamie on the right to hear her testimonial.
Read the May 24th press release here.
STORIES OF SUCCESS:
WHO WE ARE
In 1974 LCSA made a commitment to provide services and advocate for the most vulnerable members of the community. Now, over 40 years later, we continue our commitment with programs such as Affordable Housing for low-income families and individuals; Transitional Housing for homeless families; Transportation (S.H.I.F.T.) for families; Financial Empowerment and Workforce Development Services for families; and Job Training for at-risk youth. If you would like to learn more about any of our programs click here or call us at 602-263-5741.
Did you know the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit has doubled? You can now give up to $400 as a single individual and up to $800 as a couple! The deadline to give has also been extended to April 15th. Please consider supporting LCSA and get 100% of your donation back on your 2016 State taxes.
IS YOUR FAMILY IN NEED OF HOUSING?
LCSA’s Transitional Housing Program offers a safe and affordable place to live to families that meet the HUD definition of homelessness. With the support of an experienced Case Management team families can achieve self-sufficiency and get back on their feet.Click here to learn more and apply.
IS YOUR FAMILY IN NEED OF AFORDABLE HOUSING?
LCSA owns single family homes and multi-unit properties available to low-income families and individuals.Click here to learn more and apply.
LCSA Job Postings:
None at this time.
On behalf of all the families served during the year, we would like to thank all sponsors, volunteers and Tax Credit participants for their generosity and continued support. Thank you for supporting our mission “To serve the general welfare of the community and to advocate for health and human services that meet the needs of all members of the community, especially the most vulnerable and dependent.” Rebekah Friend, Executive Director