CAP Services

Town of Guadalupe Community Action Program (CAP) Services

Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm & Tuesdays (11:00 am to 2:00 pm) please make an appointment between 9 and 4pm during the week and 12 to 1pm Tuesday. Friday by prior appointment only.

Services are for Guadalupe residents and require an ID. Please make appointment with a program specialist: Livvy Ramirez at (480) 505-5386 or OR Lorena Nunez (480) 505-5384 Walk-in services are reserved for the most vulnerable clients.

Our Vision: To end hunger, lack of shelter, and poverty. CAP's Mission: To assist the community increase economic security, shelter, and nutrition with empowerment, resources, and action.

Rental/Mortgage, and Utility Assistance. Apply to the County with the following:

  1. Birth Certificate for everyone living in the home (US Passport/Tribal ID); not all programs require
  2. Government ID (Driver’s License/ID card)
  3. Social Security Cards for all household members; not all programs require
  4. Bills (Salt Water Project (SRP) power and water, Southwest Gas; Water, Sewer, Trash-City of Tempe)
  5. Proof of income for 60 days (paystubs, social security, benefit letter, etc.)
  6. Rent Lease/Mortgage statement/Maricopa County tax form. Apply via the County website: at home, or using our office computer/or calling the County: (602) 506-0589.

Home Repair, Rehabilitation, and Weatherization services can be found on the County website here:

Workforce Development services can be accessed via online application the County at:

Food: Available Tuesdays 7:00 am-9:00 outside at the CAP Office, 9241 S. Avenida Del Yaqui, Guadalupe, Arizona 85283, in the back, first-come, first-serve for walk-ups and cars. Food boxes are also available by appointment during the week by One visit/order per family/week, please wear a mask, dogs should be on a leash. We appreciate the work of volunteers from Guadalupe American Legion Post 124. CAP food delivery is a pilot project for medically fragile residents who have no other options and require this service temporarily.

Senior Food Boxes: Once a month for clients 60+ at CAP, 8-9 AM (3rd Thursdays) ID Required. New clients, please call/email if interested to be on the waiting list.

Notary services are available at no cost for town residents by appointment. Document notarized subject to approval.

Shelter is available on a limited basis for the most vulnerable via the waiting list at CAP by appointment and walk-in. Community Bridges, Inc. provides initial screening and Chicanos Por La Causa (CPLC) offers a limited hotel voucher program for selected eligible clients. CPLC has office hours at the Mercado Suite #14 and CAP starting at 7am-10am Tuesdays & Thursdays.

Cleaning Supplies, Hygiene, Adult/Baby Diapers: Available by appointment and request on a limited basis.

Bus Passes: By appointment and walk in for vulnerable clients.

Donations: CAP accepts cash via the Town front office, product and food/beverage donations from businesses and vendors. Clothing/Household items: Call Lucy, Casa de Restauracion Siloe Church (602) 330-1141

More programs and services will be announced with our partner Wildfire, Inc. soon.

CAP is a member of the Arizona Housing Coalition, Guadalupe Community Partnership, and Guadalupe Early Childhood Nutrition Team. Some of our partners include: The Pascua Yaqui Tribe, Maricopa County Sheriff Office, Southwest Center, Tempe Union High School District-Success University, The Guadalupe Library, and The Guadalupe Community Development Corporation. We appreciate donations from: The University Presbyterian Church, Church of the Epiphany Tempe, Unity of Tempe, Endurance Church of the Valley, Crumbl Cookie of Chandler, and numerous private individuals and families. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.