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New Glendale 11 Video to Educate Residents on Community Action Program Services
Glendale 11 has teamed up with the Community Action Program to provide the below video information guide for those seeking assistance with rent, mortgage and utility bills. The video explains the appointment policy, eligibility requirements, the required documentation, rules and regulations for those applicants residing in government housing, receiving child support, social security benefits or veterans assistance benefits. Also included are frequently asked questions and contact information.
The Glendale Community Action Program (CAP) helps citizens become self-sufficient while they are experiencing a financial hardship or crisis in their lives.
To provide responsible and efficient support services that foster self-sufficiency and emotional stability when individuals or families are experiencing a financial hardship or major life crises.
Community Action Program provides various types of assistance to prevent homelessness, such as case management, information and referral to local social service agencies. CAP provides direct financial assistance for those households that are eligible such as:
Mortgage payment to prevent foreclosure
Rent payment to prevent eviction
First month's rent payment for those who are homeless
Rental deposit payment for those who are homeless
Please call 623-930-2460 for appointment information on utility, rent and mortgage assistance only. Appointments are limited and based on availability of funding.
Photo Identification of the applicant
Social Security Cards for all household members
Documentation of U.S. Citizenship or lawful residency of the applicant
Documentation of Household Income received in the 30 days prior to and including appointment date
This program is funded by DES Division of Aging and Adult Services, Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME), and Emergency Shelter Grants (ESG) programs and Arizona Community Action Association, based on funding availability.
For more information on all other programs, please contact our office at (623) 930-2854. Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation, such as voice phone though AZ Relay TTY at 1-800-367-8939. Requests should be made early to allow time to arrange the accommodation.