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Homeless women of all ages in Tucson find hope at Sister José Women’s Center

The Tucson-based nonprofit is committed to the mission of aiding and uplifting women experiencing homelessness.

Hobbs signs housing bills that encourage middle housing and casitas

According to Arizona State University's Morrison Institute for Public Policy, about 50% of land in Arizona is zoned for single-family homes. This new legislation will help combat that.

Eviction filings in Pima County: Constables on the front line of a housing crisis

Constables in Pima County enforce evictions, balancing duty and compassion amid rising housing insecurity.

The Buzz: Helping those who would otherwise be homeless

We highlight two efforts aimed at getting people off the streets in southern Arizona

Housing First

Tucson's “Housing First” outreach program is connecting unsheltered individuals to housing while offering homeless services

The Buzz: Large corporate homeownership and housing prices

As the cost to rent or buy a home in Southern Arizona skyrockets, corporate ownership can receive blame.

Housing Crisis: The Amphi Panteras advocate for residents of the Malibu Apartments in Tucson

In Tucson’s Amphi neighborhood, a tenant activist group is focusing their attention on the Malibu Apartments where tenants are fighting for their rights.

Rocks block loitering on I-10 underpasses

Rocks have been placed at both Speedway and Congress along the interstate.

Better Work Homeless Work Program in Sierra Vista

Homeless Work Program, Better Work Program, Sierra Vista, Cochise County

Despite growing gaps in homeless services, community assistance groups feel unsupported

Mutual aid organizers report the feelings of hostility have increased this year.

Older adults face homelessness at high rates

Here’s how governments, organizations are responding.

Housing Crisis: The Amphi Panteras

Housing Crisis: The Amphi Panteras advocate for residents of the Malibu Apartments in Tucson who are fighting for their tenants' rights.

The documentary "The Happiest Country in the World: Finland" explores the reasons why.

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Navigating the Arizona Housing Crisis: Millennials struggle to afford the American Dream

Exploring barriers for young buyers amidst soaring prices and dwindling inventory.

Hot weather brings annual housing concerns to Arizona

City planners seek to create policies to keep residents cool and relieve the affordable housing crisis.

Estevan Park Project

The Estevan Park Project is a community-based response, founded by Tucson’s Splinter Collective that focuses on treating community members experiencing homelessness.

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