St. Mary’s Food Bank -

United Food Bank -

St. Vincent de Paul Dining Rooms -

Andre House | hot meals, showers, and restrooms -

FIBCO Family Services, Inc -

ICM Food -

The Cultural Cup Food Bank -

All Faith Community Food Bank and Resource Center -

Hope for Hunger Food Bank -

Valley View Community Food Bank -

Harvest Compassion Center | food and clothing -

Phoenix Public Library | Kids Café -

Mobile Produce Markets

Market on the Move for a donation of $10 in Phoenix and Tucson and $15 in Northern Arizona, you can get up to 60 lbs. of fresh produce. -

Produce on Wheels With-Out Waste (P.O.W.W.O.W) for a $12 donation, get up to 70 lbs. of fresh produce. - 

Laptop & Hotspot Checkout

Checkout Information

Who is eligible? 

Any currently enrolled ASU student without a computer or access to a computer is eligible to check out a laptop.

Any currently enrolled ASU student without Internet access is eligible to check out a hotspot.

If a student does not have access to the internet to make this request online, or has any other questions related to this service, please call the UTO Experience Center at 1-833-713-0635 .


Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS)

Central Arizona Shelter Services
230 S. 12th Ave.
Phoenix Arizona 85007

Family Housing Hub - Families with minors

(coordinated entry point that will direct you to the shelter)

3307 E. Van Buren
Phoenix, AZ 85008

Mesa Community Action Network |

868 E University Dr.
Mesa, Arizona 85203

Off-Campus Housing Marketplace


Tempe Community Action Agency - Emergency Rent and Utility Assistance 

COVID-19 Emergency Rent, Mortgage, and Utility Assistance

Rental Assistance — (Maricopa, Navajo, Pinal, and Yavapai Counties only)

*Gila and Apache Counties are excluded.  

View this list of agencies providing rental assistance through Emergency Food & Shelter Program (EFSP) CARES Act funding. 

  • EFSP offfers one month’s base rent only. No late fees or other fees are included
  • You may combine rental assistance for other fees with other funding sources
  • Rental assistance you receive for a different month that is provided by another funding source, does not prevent the use of EFSP funds for rental assistance;
  • No income limitations or requirements
  • You may only use EFSP for rental assistance one time per phase
  • Agencies delivering this service may have other requirements of the landlords that must be provided (e.g., W-9)
  • Spending period is through May 31, 2021 or until funds are spent.

Maricopa County COVID Crisis Rental Assistance -

ASU Programs Serving American Indian Students

American Indian Studies– AIS, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Center for Indian Education– CIE, College of Education

Indian Legal Program– ILP, College of Law

Labriola National American Indian Data Center– LNAIDC, Hayden Library

Office of American Indian Projects– OAIP, School of Social Work

Office of American Indian Initiatives - Office of the President