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  • 03/18/17
    Homeless Campus Opens Welcome Center

    For over ten years, the Maricopa County Human Services Campus, located at 12th Avenue and Madison, has provided food, shelter, job assistance, health care, identification cards and other services needed… Read more »

  • 03/06/17
    Home Owners Take Advantage of Home in 5 Advantage

    The Arizona Republic featured the Home in 5 Advantage down payment assistance program.  It noted several homeowners who used the program to purchase a house.  With over 14,000 homes and $100… Read more »

  • 02/22/17
    Phoenix Number 7 for Affordable Homes

    Phoenix was ranked number seven for affordable big cities for homebuyers in 2016 based on a list from national mortgage research firm HSH.com. You need to earn about $46,000 to purchase a… Read more »

  • 01/05/17
    More Affordable to Buy than Rent in Maricopa County

    A report done by ATTOM Data Solutions found that buying is more affordable than renting in several US counties and Maricopa County is no exception.  The report noted that this could… Read more »

  • 12/14/16
    Year Up recognized in Time Magazine

    Time Magazine offered three ways to make America’s Economy Great Again.  Year Up was mentioned as a way to connect opportunity youth to career pathways.  Year Up empowers low-income young adults to… Read more »

  • 12/08/16
    First Place Breaks Ground

    First Place AZ broke ground December 6, on First Place-Phoenix, a new $15 million residential property for adults with autism and different abilities. The facility will house apartments, a residential training program, and… Read more »

  • 11/09/16
    Maricopa County IDA Receives National Award

    Maricopa County IDA was given the 2016 CDFA Distinguished Development Finance Local Agency Award from the Council of Development Finance Agencies (CDFA).  The CDFA is a national association dedicated to the advancement… Read more »

  • 11/01/16
    Fellowship Square Breaks Ground in Surprise

    Christian Care will begin construction on its Fellowship Square project in the next few weeks.  Christian Care provides senior living facilities in Phoenix, Mesa and Cottonwood.  With bond financing through… Read more »

  • 10/24/16
    Fuerza Local helps Hispanic Business Owners

    In 2013, Fuerza Local launched a business accelerator program to educate Hispanic business owners.  The program lasts six months and includes classes taught in Spanish that help new owners overcome the hurdles… Read more »

  • 10/03/16
    IDA Supports Rapid Re-Housing Program

    The housing-first program to help homeless is in the news.  The Rapid Re-Housing program, funded in part by the Maricopa County IDA, is putting homeless vets, families and individuals into… Read more »

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Maricopa County IDA

Marc Freestone Day Activity and Senior Center $6,900,000


Marc Community Resources used tax-exempt bonds to expand their ability to provide services to children and adults with developmental and, physical disabilities and behavioral health challenges.

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