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Maggie's Place

Contact Information

4001 N 30th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85016

(602) 596-4996

Focus Areas

  • Community & Nonprofit Development
  • Education & Youth
  • Health & Nutrition
  • Homelessness & Housing

Maggie’s Place welcomes pregnant and parenting women and their children into a safe and loving community, providing life-changing programs and ongoing services to help them to become self-sufficient.

  • About Us
    AmeriCorps Mobility Mentors spend up to a year living with pregnant and parenting women formerly experiencing homelessness who are now housed in a loving, caring environment at Maggie’s Place in Phoenix, Arizona. Using a trauma-informed care approach, AmeriCorps Mobility Mentors are on the front lines of the fight to overcome Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and break the relentless cycle of poverty. Mobility Mentors at Maggie’s Place help transform lives through hope, love and a dedication to servant leadership. AmeriCorps members are responsible for living in the homes alongside moms and other volunteers sharing meals, doing chores, celebrating accomplishments, and working through hard things together. AmeriCorps take initiative in a variety of situations that range from a mom going into labor, to roommate conflicts, to showing hospitality to visitors. AmeriCorps are responsible for creating a safe, welcoming, home-like environment for the moms so they can focus on achieving their goals.
  • Our Impact
    Maggie’s Place provides the structure, guidance and encouragement that the young mothers need to be successful as parents and successful, secure adults.

    This small-scale, scattered-site housing model resembles real life. Our participants live in residential neighborhoods and access services both at home and at our Family Success Center. Residents can stay until their child is nine months of age, and in certain cases, longer. Our unique model fosters success by: providing supported living in a small group environment, a setting that teaches and nurtures goal-setting behaviors that enable the young mother to achieve success, a focus on education, general and mental health, parenting skills and child development, combined with general independent living skills.