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Questions about shelter and housing?

Email intake@primavera.org
or call (520) 867-6396

Affordable Housing

Two- and three-bedroom units, with no time limit, for families and individuals who income-qualify. Our units are comfortable, spacious and have easy access to bus lines and shopping. We are highly invested in making your tenancy with us a successful and positive experience. Support services such as case management, and financial education are offered but are optional. Rents range from $565-$700.

Click here to download the Affordable Housing application.

Emergency Shelter Services

New Beginnings Emergency Shelter Services are for families, couples and singles who are experiencing homelessness. The program includes intensive case management and provides job search guidance.All of the clients staying in scattered site shelter work closely with their case manager to develop family goal plans that identify short- and long-term objectives with timelines for overcoming barriers to self-sufficiency. Clients coming into the program must be willing and able to work, or be able to attain sufficient income to move towards independence. Preference is given to families with a minor child in their custody

Transitional Housing

Two and three-bedroom units are available for up to two years to families who are homeless or near homeless. Case management is required in this program, which gives families more time and supportive services so they can save money and improve their earnings ability before having to support their families in a market-rate environment. Our children’s program addresses the special developmental, social and academic needs of children who have been homeless. The cost of rent is based on income. We have 51 apartments that are used for Transitional Housing or Affordable Housing.



Support for these programs is provided by the Connie Hillman Family Foundation, Ellen Kaye, the Kautz Family Foundation, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the State of Arizona, Pima County, the City of Tucson and Wells Fargo NeighborhoodLIFT℠

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To qualify
  • You must be able to work legally in the United States and have income.
  • For Family Shelter and Transitional Living, you must be homeless by HUD standards.
  • For Affordable Housing, you must income-qualify.
  • Verifiable income must be sufficient to support the household budget and be within rental limit guidelines.


To apply

For more information on how to apply for shelter and housing click here.


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