For seniors living alone and/or have limited incomes, their ability to access services, participate in social and cultural activities, and provide themselves with nutritional meals is compromised. Social isolation resulting from loss of personal mobility can lead to depression and sharp declines in physical health (Maricopa Association of Governments Regional Action Plan on Aging and Mobility).> 

Our Silvercrest Senior Residences provide low-income, subsidized housing for seniors 62 years and older, and people with disabilities.   The residences provide one-bedroom and studio apartments to individuals who qualify through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Section 8-202 programs. The Silvercrest buildings are located next to Salvation Army corps, which allows for many unique opportunities and a strong sense of community. 

The Phoenix Silvercrest shares a building with The Salvation Army's Laura Danieli Senior Activity Center, which provides weekday congregate lunches, activities, and transportation to Silvercrest residents. Through community partnerships like this, the residences provide a safe environment that allows residents to maintain independent living. 

There are two Silvercrest residences in Arizona.

Mesa Silvercrest
255 E. 6th St.
Mesa, AZ 85201-5123
Manager: Robert Wilkins
(480) 649-9117
82 Units (8 handicapped accessible)



Phoenix Silvercrest
613 N. 4th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85003-1575
Manager: Traci Gordon
(602) 251-2000
125 Units (6 handicapped accessible)