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These outreach programs offer a much needed service to our guests. Volunteers allow us to meet these needs. There are several ways that you can help! Browse the programs below and please volunteer if you can.

Stagger Straight

Community Emergency Shelter

The Stagger Straight Community Emergency Shelter is open year round to house adult men and women.  This is a safe place to sleep for our clients and a healthy community in which to seek forward movement in personal goals. Our Stagger Straight community is welcome to participate in daily meaningful activities throughout the week with a variety of focuses including skill sets, seeking employment, housing options, furthering education, recovery meetings, volunteer opportunities, nutrition, and fun! 

The cost of staying at Stagger Straight is $3.00 per night and we offer small storage space for consistent clients at $15 a month.  

Contact: 928-445-8382 ext.1
Hours: 6pm – 7am

Daily Bread Cafe & Open Door Advocacy

Daily Bread is always accepting donations of canned and non-perishable foods, toiletries (especially razors, deodorant, shampoo and toothpaste), pet food, and diapers. Clothing donations can be taken to our Thrift Store at 1034 Fair St.

If you wish to donate other items and have questions about whether we can use them, or have general questions about donating, please call 928-237-3811.  Thank you for your support!


  • Food Pantry
  • Food Boxes
  • Fresh Cafe Meals
  • Sack Lunches
  • Pet Food


  • Showers
  • Phone & Mail Service
  • Birth Certificates and I.D.’s
  • Computer Access
  • Personal Advocacy
  • Hygiene & Toiletries



531 Madison Ave, Prescott

Cafe & Advocacy:

Tuesday – Friday 11am – 1pm


Wednesday 11am – 1pm

Home Repair

Services Provided
  • Home Health-Related Repairs
  • Home Safety Repairs
  • Weatherization
  • Energy Efficiency
How Does Home Repair Work?

Applications for repairs are accepted from social service agencies, faith-based organizations and directly from qualifying home owners.  After passing the initial interview and screening, applications are prioritized by need and by available resources.  The repair work is then performed by volunteers, to the extent possible, or by professionals, as necessary.


Who Pays the Expenses?

Most of the labor is done by volunteers. Costs of materials and contracted services are paid with funds contributed by individuals, religious organizations and grants. Businesses also contribute through discounts and gifts-in-kind.


Phone: 928-445-8382 ext. 4 Home Repair Coordinator Shawn Roberts shawn.roberts@yavapaiccj.org

CCJ Thrift Store

Services Provided:
  • Work Clothing
  • Back-to-School Clothing
  • Baby &Toddler Clothing
  • Winter Clothing
  • Tents and Sleeping Bags (as available)
Location & Hours:

1034 Fair Street, Prescott

Monday – Friday: 9am – 5pm | Saturday: 9am – 4pm

Phone: (928) 445-8382 ext. 2

Thrift Store Manager: Betty Likens –  betty.likens@yavapaiccj.org

Daily Deal:
  • Monday – Military & School ID presented gives you 25% discount
  • Tuesday – Shoes, Belts, & Purses 50% off
  • Wednesday – Seniors receive 25% discount
  • Thursday – All Furniture discounted 50%
  • Friday & Saturday – All Clothes Half Price
Thrift Store Pick-Ups:

We will pick up your yard sale leftovers and furniture donations FOR FREE! Call 928-445-8382, option 2 to schedule a pickup. All donations are tax-deductible per CCJ’s 501(c)(3) status.

Voucher Information:

Low-income residents of the Quad Cities area are eligible for free clothing vouchers at the CCJ Thrift Shop. Adults can receive one $20 voucher every 30 days, and an additional $5 voucher for each of their children. Up to 16 adult vouchers are given out each day. There are also emergency vouchers for tents and sleeping bags for homeless people, which are given out as needed. Net income from the CCJ Thrift Shop helps fund meals, home repairs, and mentoring offered by the Coalition for Compassion and Justice.

How Do I Get a Voucher?

Clothing vouchers are availabe in store.

The Little Tree House

Location & Hours:

505 W Gurley St. Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am – 2pm


Phone: (928) 445-8382 ext. 5

Special Cordinator Diane Iverson diane.iverson@yavapaiccj.org

Second Chance Housing

At twelve housing units and growing, consisting of a mix of trailer and mobile homes, CCJ has now been able to place several formerly homeless individuals and families into safe and affordable housing.

We are fortunate to have had some of our units donated by generous members of the community, and several volunteers who donated their time to renovate the homes before move-in. Thank you for making a difference!

Location & Hours:

Phone: (928) 445-8382

Second Chance Housing Manager:
Pastor Craig Heppe  craig.heppe@yavapaiccj.org

Special Projects

These special projects ease the stress of poverty by providing essential seasonal goods and services.

Family Christmas

Family Christmas provides gifts to low-income people of all ages, with a special emphasis on children. It is held the week before Christmas.

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Warm for Winter

Warm for Winter provides coats, blankets, hats, gloves, and other winter wear to low-income people of all ages. Distribution is the last week of October or the first week of November.

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Art of Compassion

Art of Compassion is an educational outreach to the community using juried original art by local artists to inform viewers about the impact of poverty in Arizona. This competition is a one-day exhibit in September.

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Fair Start

Fair Start provides school supplies and backpacks to low-income students to give them the tools they need for success in school. Look for this event that last week of July.

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Books Before Bed

Books Before Bed is a service for low income families with children from birth to five years of age. At each monthly meeting children will be able to select two free books to take home!

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Weekend Family Food

Weekend Family Food provides vital nutrition to children birth to five years old who qualify for free school lunches but are at risk of going hungry over the weekend.

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Contribute to CCJ

We rely on the generous donations from our community to accomplish our goals at CCJ.
If you would like to donate there are multiple ways you can.