Maggie’s Place provides loving and supportive homes located in Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe and Glendale.

Maggie's Place offers a caring support system and source of hope to women experiencing homelessness during the critical time of pregnancy and baby's first year. We provide a nurturing and stable home, nutritious food, infant supplies, access to medical care, and programs that are trauma informed, focused on building resiliency and strengthening families.


To qualify for a Maggie’s Place home, a mother must be:

  • Willing to live in community
  • Homeless and pregnant
  • Age 18 or older
  • Commitment to sobriety
  • Free from drugs and alcohol
  • Free from immediate physical danger
  • Without other children in her immediate care


The process begins with our intake specialist at 602-246-3724

If a call is unanswered, we ask that a message be left as calls are returned in the order in which they are received.

The intake call is followed by a meeting at our Family Success Center where we complete a series of interview questions to determine if Maggie’s Place is an appropriate program. Moms are asked to bring ID and proof of pregnancy.  

The intake process can range from one day to a few weeks depending on availability.  

If a mom is in need of immediate emergency housing in Arizona, please call Arizona Community Resources at 2-1-1. If outside of Arizona, here is a list of resources in other states.

What Our Moms Say

"Maggie's Place is my biggest support. They opened their doors to a stranger. I think about all the support, encouragement, and unconditional love I received here. I'm not alone in the struggles I'm experiencing in life"​
"Here, I have a stable evironment in which I can pursue my goals in education and employment while living a healthy lifestyke for my pregnancy. I have never in my life had so much hope and help like Maggie's Place"