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Hello and welcome to our website!  We are pleased you stopped by!

Every time I think about the beginnings of our program here, I am reminded and humbled by all the great support  this community has given and remember this quote by Helen Keller, "Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much".  So true when it comes to the story of how our women's shelter came to be and now how other valuable programs are beginning to emerge out of the women's shelter humble beginnings.  Look over our website and read about our history and see what new things are happening for us now. 


Shelter Events

Shelter News

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Prescott Area Women's Shelter (PAWS)

Prescott Family Shelter


If You Need Shelter

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How You Can Help

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Volunteer Opportunities


Cleaning Supplies and Products

Laundry Soap, Shampoo, Conditioner, Brushes, Tampons

Gift Cards to Walmart and Costco

Toilet Paper, Paper Towels


If you can help on any of items, please call 778-5933 or email Carmen Frederic PASS Director.  We greatly appreciate it!


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Our Friends

Disabled American Veterans

Visit the NEW Trift Store

730 N. 5th Prescott



"Men Who Cook" will feature 50 male cooks, including local community leaders, noted area chefs and popular entertainers, who will create their most inventive and tasty dishes for

guests to enjoy.

Tickets for the event are $15 for adults

(12 & up) and $7 for children.

Tables (for 8) are available for $125.

CLICK HERE for list of the

"Men Who Cook" chefs!

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1st Annual Christmas City Charity Ball

to to raise money for 6 nonprofits including PASS!   Gateway Mall Saturday Dec 13th from 7-11 pm


Christmas City Charity Ball Flyer


Make a $10 pledge to your favorite

cooks and help support PASS.

Hug A Cook

Prescott Area Shelter Services is a qualifying charity for the AZ Charitable Tax Credit.  Donate to PASS and you can Give AND Receive!  Reduce dollar-for-dollar what you pay in Arizona income tax. Arizona taxpayers can claim the Tax Credit for the Working Poor, even if they do not itemize -- amounting to $200 for an individual, and $400 for a couple.