Housing is the foundation for success. We lead and collaborate with our community partners to create, preserve and invest in affordable housing. We protect housing consumers and revitalize communities to make Arizona the best place to live.
Relationship to the State Government: Cabinet Level Agency of State Government
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ADOH is established
Set Aside in the LIHTC program started for one project each year to benefit local tribes
Prioritized funding to affordable housing programs near transportation
first Transit Oriented Development, LEED Certified, LIHTC, affordable housing project was completed
Allocated $48 million to launch Pathway to Purchase
Total Financing Provided
Renters Served Since 2002
Homeowners Served Since 2002
Choice Neighborhoods: Redevelopment of Phoenix’s Edison Eastlake Community
Partnered with the city of Phoenix to redevelop the largest concentration of public housing in the state to turn 577 obsolete public housing units into over 1,000 modern, energy efficient mixed-income units. ADOH helped fund the planning grant and created a State Special Project set aside in its tax credit program for Choice Neighborhood projects.
New Energy Efficient, Mixed Income Units Built: 1,000
Our mission is to provide safe and attainable affordable housing to all Arizona residents. To meet this goal we are focusing on the entire spectrum of housing needs, partnering with community stakeholders as well as housing and healthcare providers.
Urban Living on Fillmore – Affordable Workforce Housing
Rey, an Airbnb cleaner, is a single father raising two sons who had moved around frequently and lived with friends before finding affordable housing at Urban Living on Fillmore. As a youth, Rey witnessed an older relative’s struggle with housing in the same downtown area and shares these stories with his sons. He also likes to treat them to meals nearby at Snooze, the former site of Circle Records where he often listened to music and played tapes.
Camelback Pointe – Permanent Supportive Housing
Dave has lived at Camelback Pointe since 2019 with 2.5 years of sobriety. He’s a Native American veteran who has struggled with alcohol/substance use disorder most of his life. He had high-paying work through a day labor program until experiencing a hand injury. He is working to regain his Peer Support Certification to help others with addictions and recently helped to build a new sweat lodge in Northern Arizona for tribal members in recovery.