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The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation Continues Support of Circle the City

PHOENIX (March 12, 2020) – Circle the City was awarded a $250,000 grant from The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation to fund general operating expenses for its multiple medical facilities and mobile cl...

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CTC Response to COVID-19

  RESPONSE TO COVID-19: At Circle the City, we are dedicated to providing high quality, holistic healthcare to people experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County. The health and safety of our pa...

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William’s New Start

Former respite patient William, has moved into his own apartment after 7 months at our Downtown Medical Respite Center. Watch his story below! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNRK_rozud4   &nbsp...

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Linda Ross New CEO

Help Us Welcome Linda Ross, Our New CEO   Help us welcome Linda into the Circle the City Community.  She is our new CEO & partner in Healing Homelessness Together.   It is with great pleasure...

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Phoenix woman discovers Circle the City helped family before working there.

Circle the City helps Phoenix family come together   A Phoenix woman discovers Circle the City helped her family before she began working here.  To us, that Phoenix woman is Aurelia our Complian...

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Sunnyslope Partnership – HonorHealth & Circle the City

Circle the City is partnering with HonorHealth John C. Lincoln Medical Center to address the healthcare needs of the homeless population in Sunnyslope, a north Phoenix community.  An estimated 25.3 pe...

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Circle the City #employeespotlight Kimberly Hall involvement in community and leadership

Kimberly Hall our Director of Development at Circle the City was recently featured in an edition of AEI Leadeship Membership Monday. AEI Leadership Network is an exclusive policy education & profe...

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Circle the City opens family health center to serve those experiencing homelessness

For those who live on the streets, a visit to the doctor might be necessary, but it’s mostly out of reach. Thanks to a new facility in central Phoenix, those days are over. A new primary healthcare fa...

PHOENIX, AZ - June 14 2016: Circle the City celebrates their new van with a ribbon-cutting ceremony alongside Thunderbirds Charities members and patients of Circle the City. (Photo by Jennifer Stewart)

Circle The City Celebrates New Transportation Van Funded By Thunderbirds Charities

Thanks to a $50,000 grant from Thunderbird Charities, Circle the City has a new van to transport patients experiencing homelessness between its two facilities — the Medical Respite Center and The Pars...

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SLHI Innovation Grant Awardee: Circle the City

One of the most pressing problems facing Maricopa County is rising public spending on health care with poor health outcomes. A major contributor to this public spending is a small subset of individual...