The Coalition for Compassion and Justice
Ending and Preventing Homelessness
We are a service and a solution to those living in homelessness, working toward a just and compassionate community for all!
Our mission is to end homelessness locally through connecting clients with housing and support. We believe that incremental growth, toward an individual’s highest capacity is the most dignified and successful path into the broader community.
Coalition for Compassion and Justice has served those living in poverty in the Prescott community since 2001.
We are a client-centered organization, dedicated to the needs of the most vulnerable. Collaborative since its inception, we continue to streamline services with our organizational partners and create effective and non-duplicative efforts.
Our programs include:
- Home Repair
- Emergency Shelter
- Work Readiness
- Affordable Housing
We offer a variety of projects to those in need in our community. Learn more about them and how they are helping.
The Coalition for Compassion and Justice (CCJ) is a non profit poverty-relief center serving Yavapai County, Arizona.
Our next big project:
Paloma Village will be a 25-unit manufactured home community built on 4 acres in Chino Valley. This phased project will house up to 60 people at an affordable rate of $500-$900 a month.
Paloma Village will be a 5 million dollars project that will span over 3-5 years.
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.