To strengthen the capacity of local communities in their efforts to end homelessness through statewide leadership, technical assistance and advocacy.
What Does AZCEH Do?
Public Policy Advocacy: AZCEH works with local groups to monitor and respond to local, state and federal policies and laws that affect homeless and near-homeless people.
Increase Awareness: ACEH promotes knowledge and awareness about homelessness and its causes, and coordinates events in Arizona for National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.
Assisting the Community: ACEH provides assistance to local communities and agencies that are responding to homelessness. ACEH offers workshops, training opportunities, as well as access to resources and information.
Conference on Homelessness: ACEH sponsors the largest annual conference on homelessness in Arizona.
2. More than 14,000 individuals, including children, are homeless every night in Arizona.
3. ACEH is working to end homelessness in Arizona.