Contact

Phone

928-214-7456 (To contact our office through a relay service for the hearing impaired, please dial 711.

Fax

928-774-6937

Physical Address

2304 N 3rd St, Flagstaff, AZ 86004

Mailing Address

PO Box 30134, Flagstaff, AZ 86003

Email Directory

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Partners
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Housing Solutions does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, religion, sex, gender identity (including gender expression), national origin, disability, marital status, political beliefs or familial status in employment or program services. Special accommodations will be made for the physically challenged, upon notification.

About

Our Story

Housing Solutions of Northern Arizona is a nonprofit housing organization, founded as the Affordable Housing Coalition in 1990 through the grassroots efforts of local citizens concerned about the lack of affordable housing in the Flagstaff community. We expanded from an advocacy organization to one that focuses on programs designed to help local residents identify and maintain safe, decent, and affordable housing.

Mission

Building opportunities for sustainable, affordable housing in northern Arizona.

Vision

All residents will have access to safe, decent and affordable housing with an opportunity for upward mobility.

Values

Safe, decent and affordable housing is an essential element for quality of life, and contributes to individual and community success. The entire community shares in achieving housing affordability.
Program recipients should actively participate in identifying and obtaining their goals. We are inclusive of the people we serve in developing and delivering our programs, policies and procedures. We treat everyone with dignity and respect.

Partners & Supporters

Our programs are made possible thanks to generous donations from individuals, businesses and foundations, as well as a large group of amazing volunteers who give of their time:

Building Sustainability Partners ($5,000+)

Alliance Bank of Arizona

Arizona Community Foundation

Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff
Bank of America Charitable Foundation
City of Flagstaff
Coconino County

Arizona Department of Economic Security

Arizona Department of Public Safety

Forest Highlands Foundation

HomCo Lumber and Hardware
Department of Housing and Urban Development 

Geile Charitable Fund

Little Angel Foundation
McClanahan Family Fund
National Bank of Arizona
Phoenix Suns Charities
Rural Community Assistance Corp.
SenesTech, Inc.
Sunwest Bank
United Way of Northern Arizona

BBBVA/Compass Bank 

Building Dreams Partners
($1,000 to $4,999)

Allstate, Beth Soucie Agency

Allstate, Noah Stalvey Agency

Allstate Foundation

Arizona Coyotes Foundation
Arizona Public Service
Beacon Unitarian Universalist Congregation
Flagstaff Women's Film Festival
Flagstaff Birth & Women's Center
North Country HealthCare

OneAZ Credit Union

Pioneer Title Agency
Purl in the Pines

Phil and Carol Lyons Family Fund
Roberts Family Foundation
Soroptimist International of Flagstaff
Soroptimist International of the Arizona Peaks
Tad and Erin Moore

The Molly and Joseph Herman Foundation
Twin Arrows Casino Resort

UniSource Energy
Several Anonymous Donors

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Board

Board of Directors

John Fockler, Board President

David McIntire, Vice President

Jennifer Sharp, Secretary

Kathy Gimenez, Treasurer

Kim Branson, Sharon Manor Committee Chair

Debbie Cutlip, Homebuyer Assistance Programs Committee Chair

Kim Fawcett, Sharon's Attic Committee Chair

Mark Guard, Marketing & Public Policy Committee Chair​

Ashley DeBoard

Cheryl Edgar

Sandi Flores

Amanda Guay

Nathan Jones

Monika Leuenberger

Gary Miller

Brenda Silveus

Stacie Muller Stotts

Staff Email Directory

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Reports

Annual Reports

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

Flagstaff Rental Attainability Reports

2019

2018

2017

2016

2015

IRS form 990

2016

2018 Impact

18 working families opened the door to first-time homeownership

159 households received pre-purchase & credit counseling

140 households received foreclosure & mortgage re-modification assistance

Our 22 affordable rentals benefit low-income household and are home to 45 adults & 30 children

83 individuals (36 adults and 47 children) found safety, support, and healing resources at Sharon Manor

60 Sharon's Attic volunteers donated over 3,500 hours to benefit Sharon Manor.

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Create affordable housing
for families in need.