Our Mission Statement:
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.
Our Core Values:
- Mutual respect
- Continuous Improvement
Who We Are
We are a diverse group of professionals. We are your family, friends and neighbors who have chosen to serve Arizona and our fellow citizens in their pursuit of an enriched life. We are an EMPOWERED WORKFORCE of COMPASSIONATE and creative people who strive for EXCELLENCE and are dedicated to serving our customers' needs with INTEGRITY and MUTUAL RESPECT.
Our vision is a state where individual lives are impacted by our commitment to providing the opportunity for people to live the life they love in their own home. To bring that vision to reality, we CONTINOUSLY IMPROVE ways to create, finance, repair, community build and provide services. We produce progressive solutions which create strong, vibrant neighborhoods for citizens throughout Arizona.
Our Common Purpose
WHAT WE DO MATTERS. Safe, decent, affordable housing and healthy communities are the cornerstone of a RICH, VIBRANT and CLEAN ENVIRONMENT that stimulates economic growth and provides the stability necessary for Arizonans to pursue their dreams.
The Arizona Department of Housing (ADOH) administers programs for Housing Partners who apply to the department for funding. The majority of the agency’s programs are federally funded and the agency receives no State General Fund support. The agency is also home to the Arizona Home Foreclosure Prevention Funding Corporation.
ADOH does not own or build housing but rather manages funding for the programs through for profit and non-profit developers, faith based organizations, service organizations, and state, county and city entities who apply for funding and meet criteria developed by state and federal law.
General Public members might be interested in the homeownership program, HOME Plus, offered by the Arizona Industrial Development Authority; apartment rental information through Socialserve.com, and the programs of the Arizona Public Housing Authority.
Department staff are also available to answer your questions by phone.
The Arizona Department of Housing manages a variety of funding sources.
Federal law and the regulations of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) require the state of Arizona (ADOH) to prepare a Consolidated Plan (Plan) in order to receive federal funding for certain affordable housing and community development activities.
Procedures that must be followed to request an accommodation from the Department for public records.
Requests for Proposals (RFP) and Requests for Qualifications (RFQ) for vendors interested in doing business with the agency.
Contact ADOH to report incidents of suspected fraud.
The State of Arizona is a great place to work and offers excellent benefits.
ADOH maintains a database of contacts for the purpose of communicating information of importance to different individuals or groups.