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The community in Gilbert, Arizona goes a long way to support the senior residents living at our Page Commons property

The Town of Gilbert, through its nonprofit funding process, has supported Resident Services at Page Commons with annual grant funding since 2015. In addition to funding, they continue to connect Mercy Housing to resources in the community, local drives, and community volunteers. In 2017, members of the Mayor’s Council and the Department of Directors for

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Identity Theft and Scams: Know the Facts So You Don't Get Scammed

Con artists use a wide variety of tricks to steal and scam money from hard-working Americans every day. In fact, “every two seconds, a con artist steals someone’s identity. In the last year alone, Americans lost $16 billion of their hard-earned dollars to fraud, identity theft, and scams” (AARP). While anyone can be a target

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More Than The Roof

Vista Alegre in Glendale, AZ hosted this year’s More Than the Roof event on March 21. This open house provides an opportunity for new people, as well as current community partners, to visit and tour a Mercy Housing property. The event raises awareness about the many opportunities and resources available through our Resident Services programming

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Maria is a grandmother living alone for the first time in her life
Apr 17

Meet Maria

For many years, Maria worked in the fields to earn a living. After immigrating to the United States from Mexico in the mid-1990s, she put down roots in Arizona and continued working fields to provide for herself and her family. When the company she had been working for closed its doors in 2001, Maria decided

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Cardiovascular disease and stroke are an epidemic in the United States, with an average of 1.5 million heart attacks and strokes happening every year. Million Hearts is a national program that combats this epidemic by focusing on improving heart health across the country. The program partners, along with state health departments, set out to decrease

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Food insecurity is not knowing where your next meal will come from or not having the financial resources to provide adequate food for your family. The prevalence of food insecurity is widely spread throughout the U.S., and according to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), it affects almost 12% of the nation’s population. While

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An important aspect of Mercy Loan Fund’s business as a national lender is the relationships it builds with national developers of affordable housing.  One such organization, Wishrock, first came to Mercy Loan Fund in 2015…

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The knowledge, attitude, and skills necessary to make sound financial decisions based on one’s current circumstances can be challenging for anyone. For a family or senior living on a very limited income, financial management can be incredibly daunting knowing how little room there is for error. One wrong decision can have catastrophic consequences, even landing

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Mercy Housing knows that many people are in search of a home at this time of year. Below are some helpful links to jump start your search for affordable housing: Where We’re Located Frequently Asked Questions Resident Services How To Apply It’s important to keep in mind that even if a community has a waiting

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Beth McDonald has been keeping the people of Phoenix company on their morning commute for over 30 years, as the host of Beth & Friends — the longest-running morning show on 99.9 KEZ FM. Beth first came to know Mercy Housing when she was asked to be the emcee at our Live In Hope fundraising

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