Homelessness Prevention and Rapid
This program helps renters who are about to be evicted or have their utilities turned off. It offers short and medium term rental assistance, security deposits, utility payments, moving assistance, legal help and assistance with looking for new housing.
Eligible people earn 50 percent or less of the area's median income. For a family of four in Mesa, the median income is $32,950.
The program is being administered by Mesa's housing and rehabilitation office; call 480-644-3536. The office is closed Fridays.
Arizona Foreclosure Helpline 1.877.448.1211
Free and Reduced Lunch Applications.
- Q: Where can I obtain a meal application?
A: Before school starts you are mailed a Registration Packet which will include a meal application. You also may obtain a meal application in the school office, from your school cafeteria or the Food & Nutrition Office by calling: (480) 472- 0918.
- Q: Do I need to submit a meal application for each of my children?
A: No, you only need to submit one application per household.
Q: If I have a change in my household income do I need to submit a new meal application?
A: No you do not need to submit a new application.
Q: If my child submitted an application at the beginning of the school year and moves out of the Mesa School District and returns to the Mesa School District later that school year do I need to submit a new application?
A: No, your application is good for the entire school year.
- Q:Where do I take the meal application when it is completed?
A: Send the completed meal application to your child's school cafeteria.