“Without an ID, they were stuck…”
What began as a small outreach effort 32 years ago has evolved into an established office on the Human Services Campus in downtown Phoenix and partnership programs across the Valley. In September of 2014, The Chaplaincy officially changed its name to the Homeless ID Project. The Homeless ID Project has a renewed mission and vision statement designed to focus efforts, operations and plans for growth. Today the Homeless ID Project assists 40 or more clients each day to obtain and safely store identifying documents.
Homeless ID Project is celebrating 33 years of service to those experiencing homeless in Arizona!
Homeless ID Project is the only organization in Arizona with a singular focus on helping men, women, and children experiencing homelessness to rebuild their lives by obtaining identification. We strive to reach all who need replacement identification services to enable them to regain their self-sufficiency, and we are committed to reducing barriers to employment, housing, and other services.
We have permanent locations in the Brian Garcia Welcome Center on the Human Services Campus and The Center of Opportunity in Tucson and over 12 shared space locations.