Bless Others With Your Gift

Thank you for visiting the Good Neighbor Alliance website. GNA must fund staff, utilities, and maintenance costs to deliver our much-needed services. While we actively seek grants from a variety of sources, our services very much rely upon our community support through monetary and other types of donations.

Any Amount Helps! Your time and energy are valuable!  There are several ways to give! Check out our options.

Our Programs

Samaritan Station Shelter Emergency is a temporary shelter for men, women, families with children, and veterans.

Services include: robust assistance from our case management staff to help guests design and implement an individual plan to transition out of homelessness; improved wellness by providing referrals to healthcare and other pertinent resources and encouragement for youth to engage in education and stay in school.

Homeless I.D. Project

In collaboration with Good Neighbor Alliance and Homeless I.D. Project, we are pleased to provide assistance in obtaining Arizona Identification and US Birth Certificates for those experiencing homelessness in Cochise County.


The Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness program identifies the unsheltered, chronically homeless throughout Cochise County who are seriously mentally ill and gets them plugged into mainstream services.

This is a grant provided by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)and Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS).

The PATH team also oversees the GNA Shower Program for our unsheltered homeless neighbors or those without utilities. They can also do one load of laundry free of charge.


The Rapid Rehousing Program is to aid homeless (not chronic) with short term financial assistance for rent and move in deposits.

Day Program

The Day Program allows the shelter guests to stay on site during the day and participate in soft skills workshops to help identify any barriers to rising out of homelessness, as well as being provided a lunch and snacks.


Our community-based Meal Program utilizes volunteers to cook a hot dinner for shelter guests. The volunteers can supply food and/or shop the GNA pantry to plan menus. GNA loves our cooks!!!

Public speaking

We would be happy to do any presentations for your service or church group.

Additional Resources


GNA aggressively goes after all appropriate funding through grants, foundations, and fundraisers. GNA has a position dedicated to grant writing and fundraising to reach out to as many sources of funding as possible.


  • We provide a hot evening meal for all of our guests (up to 23)
  • Provide the food yourself or shop our pantry
  • Sign up one time or as often as you like
  • Soft skills training (getting along with others, how to job search, etc.)
  • Gardening
  • Fun and entertaining subjects
  • Decorate for holidays
  • Help kids stay on track and engaged in school
  • Help us plan, plant and maintain our garden for sustainable food
  • Building an Animal kennel for those that are homeless with well-loved pets
  • Building an additional Men’s Dorm
  • Building a playground for our kid guests

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Urgent Needs

Personal Items

  • Travel Size Shampoo
  • Toilet Paper
  • Flip Flops/Athletic Shoes
Kitchen Items
  • Unopened/Unexpired, Non-Perishable Food
  • Cereal, Oatmeal, Breakfast Bars
  • Bottled Water
  • Sugar
  • Powdered Coffee Creamer
  • Sandwich Paper Bags
  • Food Service Gloves
Sanitary Products
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Toilet Paper
  • Disinfectant Spray
  • Bleach
  • All Purpose Cleaner
  • Garbage Bags (13 and 30 GAL)
  • Latex Gloves
  • Floor Cleaner

Office Items

  • Copy Paper – Letter

Good Neighbor Alliance, Inc.
420 N. 7th Street
Sierra Vista, AZ 85635


Good Neighbor Alliance

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Good Neighbor Alliance, Inc.
420 N. 7th Street
Sierra Vista, AZ 85635

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