UMOM New Day Centers

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About Us

  • Founded

    1964

  • Industry

    Social Services (Non-Profit)

  • Company Size

    100-499 employees

  • Headquarters

    Phoenix, AZ

UMOM is located in Phoenix, Arizona and is the largest shelter for homeless families in the state. We provide a continuum of care including emergency shelter, transitional housing and permanent, affordable housing. Families at UMOM have the opportunity to gain the skills, medical care, quality child care, and education they need to rebuild their lives and succeed 

For families in need of life's basic necessities -- food, clothing and shelter -- UMOM New Day Centers has come to the aid of the community since 1964.

UMOM New Day Centers offers basic necessities plus education, recreation, health screenings and assessments, 24-hour security, hygiene items, cleaning supplies and resources for financial assistance, job training and placement, continuing education, counseling, medical services, legal assistance and much more.

Further, our Child Care Center is licensed and accredited for up to 81 children, providing a safe learning environment and sense of normalcy for children who have experienced precarious living conditions. Attendance develops social skills and improves preparedness for school while it frees the parent(s) to focus on education and employment. Ours is Arizona's only accredited facility on a homeless shelter campus.

UMOM New Day Centers was founded by local United Methodist Churches in 1964 and incorporated in 1985 as a private, nonsectarian, nonprofit agency. An Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, we are staffed by professional case managers, crisis counselors, childcare providers, housing specialists, resident assistants and administrators.

Our Mission: UMOM’s mission is to prevent and end homelessness with innovative strategies and housing solutions that meet the unique needs of each family and individual. 

Our Vision: Our vision is to be a leader in breaking the cycle of homelessness.

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