Surprise Resource Center

The Surprise Resource Center is a one-stop-shop for social services. Through strategic partnerships with a growing number of community-based organizations and government agencies, the Center offers Surprise residents connections to services that include everything from rent and utility assistance to employment support to food and nutrition resources. 

Access to the following programs is currently available through the Surprise Resource Center:

Community Action Program for Surprise & El Mirage (CAP)



In partnership with Maricopa County, CAP offers qualifying residents rent, mortgage and utility assistance.

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Arizona@Work Maricopa County | Access Point



Employment and career assistance includes access to resume assistance, workshops, connections with local companies hiring, a computer lab and printer.

Visit Arizona@Work 

Veteran Employment Assistance



Veteran Employment Representatives from the VA and DES visit the resource center weekly on Tuesdays to offer Veterans, especially those with disabilities, support in their career pathways, job search, resumes and networking.
 
Visit the Veteran Affairs Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Program site
View the AZ DES Veterans Program

Job Club for Veterans



Job Club for Veterans aims to help people find meaningful employment through connections and localized services. It includes employment assistance, guest speakers and networking!

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Eve’s Place Mobile Advocacy Services



Services are available for victims of domestic/sexual abuse two days per week. Individual appointments and support groups are available for adults and teens.

Visit Eve's Place

WIC Services | Adelante Healthcare



The Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Program is designed to help keep pregnant and breastfeeding women and their children under age 5 healthy. WIC is a nutrition program that provides nutrition and health education, healthy food and other services free to Arizona families who qualify.

Learn more about WIC Services – Adelante Healthcare  

Helping Families In Need



Provides enrollment services for health insurance programs, access to food and nutrition resources, and referrals to partner agencies. Services include assistance with SNAP, TANF, AHCCCS and navigation of the Affordable Care Act.

Learn more about Helping Families In Need

Strengthening Working Families Pilot Project



Families receive information and child care services through Head Start, workforce development through federal job-training grants and rent/utility assistance through the CAP. The intent is to bundle federal programs to families in need who qualify.

View Strengthening Working Families Pilot Project Flyer