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All Hands In

Bridging the Gaps with a Helping Hand

Mental health and homelessness is a dual crisis in Maricopa County and across the state of Arizona. We’re committed to addressing both, filling a need where existing community programs fall short.

A Non-Profit Committed to Providing Flexible Support

D Squared Homes for the Homeless is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to filling the gaps between infrastructure and community resources. We work within the community to help the seriously mentally ill (SMI) and/or those experiencing homelessness find temporary relief when traditional services fail to meet their needs.

A Cause Born From Firsthand Experience

Founder J.T. and her family have experienced serious mental health hardships and homelessness, seeing firsthand how limiting community resources can be–often perpetuating the cycle instead of working to end it.

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DSquared Takes A Different Approach

Founded in 2019, our organization provides a variety of transitional services designed to bring flexibility to support services those who often fall through the cracks.


Our number one goal is to prevent homelessness. This looks like:


✔ Access to transitional housing without traditional requirements.

✔ Flexible financial support to help cover rent.

✔ Education, training, involvement, awareness, and advocacy.


A Mission of Care and Compassion

We’re committed to creating a support system for the seriously mentally ill (SMI) through community collaboration. We see a need for essential care and comfort items, access to mental health professionals, and flexible support to fill the gaps where traditional programs fall short.


We seek to combat the growing homelessness problem through prevention and to end the stigmatization of those who experience homelessness through education and advocacy, bringing human compassion back into the equation.

We See a World…

With an inclusive community culture, ensuring the destigmatization of the seriously mentally ill (SMI) homeless population, and enabling equal opportunities for all who seek support through and beyond their diagnosis.

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Our Values

1 / Dignity

Every individual, regardless of their circumstances, possesses inherent worth and deserves respect and honorable treatment.

2 / Humility

Recognizing and valuing the perspectives of others ensures we approach situations with an open heart and a willingness to learn.

3 / Compassion

In reaching out with empathy and understanding, we can forge deeper connections and truly make a difference in the lives of those we serve.

4 / Advocacy

Standing up for the rights and needs of others is not just a responsibility but a commitment to ensuring that every voice is heard and considered.

5 / Equality

Every person, irrespective of background, race, gender, or circumstance, deserves the same opportunities, respect, and rights in society.

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