Primavera Foundation


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Rental Housing


Stability – Primavera helps men, women and families who are homeless transition to a stable lifestyle by providing safe, affordable housing and steady employment.

Primavera Foundation is proud to play a part in the solution for affordable housing in Arizona. Read the Arizona Housing Alliance Home Matters report on the affordable housing situation in Arizona. 


Rental Housing

Primavera is committed to providing safe, affordable housing options to women, men, couples, and families.


Primavera Properties

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Primavera’s housing programs are meant for people and families who:


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You can apply for housing programs:

  1. In-Person: Visit any of these offices. An appointment is not required.

Primavera is located at 702 S. 6th Avenue, and is open 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Afternoon appointments on these days may be scheduled by calling (520) 882-5383.

Our Family Services is located at 2590 N Alvernon Way, between Grant and Glenn. Walk-in hours are: Tuesdays from 10 am – 1 pm; Wednesdays from 1 pm - 4 pm, and Thursdays from 10 am – 1 pm.

Other agencies in Tucson and Pima County, including some behavioral health providers, also administer the VI-SPDAT. Call your agency to learn if it administers the VI-SPDAT and the agency’s requirements and times.








702 S. 6th Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85701

(520) 882-5383
Fax: (520) 623-6434


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"Jill turns 60 in a few weeks, around the same time when she will have her own place to stay for the first time in nearly 6 years. Jill is a soon to be graduate of Casa Paloma, Primavera’s transitional housing program for formerly homeless women. At the thought of her own apartment, an aura of pure joy surrounds her and she smiles so deeply that her eyes cannot be seen." To read Jill's full story, click here.




"For a while Angela Sahr worked at both a bowling alley and a medical facility. Her husband, Martin Alvarez, worked as a roofer. A medical condition made it too difficult for Angela to keep both jobs, while the
economic recession made it impossible for Martin to find work. Unable to make their mortgage payments Martin and Angela faced foreclosure." Find out how the Sahr-Alvarez family found help through the Primavera Foundation, click here.




"Jeff Talamantoz first came to Primavera with his wife,Vanessa, and his two sons, Juan and Jose. Both boys go by nicknames in the family. The oldest boy, at three years
old goes by 'Johny' and his younger brother, Juan, is called 'JoJo.'" Click here to read more about the Talamantoz family.