About Us

Both Hands, Inc. is a US-based, non-profit agency focused on helping residents access safe, decent and affordable housing with an opportunity for upward mobility.

Both Hands, Inc. programs are aimed to help working families achieve and sustain safe, decent and affordable housing.

Here’s what we offer:

  • First-time home buyer education and counseling
  • Down payment assistance
  • Foreclosure mitigation counseling
  • Operation of Sharon Manor Transitional Housing Complex
  • Development of new affordable  homes through our partner AHC Homes
  • Acquisition and rehabilitation of homes through our construction partner AHC Homes

Walk for a Change

Where: City Hall (front lawn)

When: 8:30 – 11:00 a.m. (Oct. 8)

Help put an end to domestic violence by strolling around downtown Flagstaff as part of the second annual Walk for a Change.

Walkers will have a choice of when they start (anytime between 8:30 and 11:00) and of which route they want to take (one mile or three miles), and each will include water and snack stations. A $35 registration fee includes a t-shirt that, if you wear it around town after the race, will earn you discounts with local merchants.

Foreclosure Prevention Counseling

Both Hands is partnered with the AZ Dept. of Housing and the Rural Community Assistance Corporation to help homeowners work with their lenders to avoid foreclosure or to mitigate the impacts of foreclosure.

Izabel Homes Application Period is Open

The second phase of Izabel Homes is under construction! We are currently accepting applications for Phase II of the project, which will consist of three new energy-efficient homes. The first step is to complete an application, which will help us determine if you are eligible to purchase one of these homes. 

If you have any questions regarding the application process, eligibility or available financial assistance, please let us know!

Current Projects and Homes For Sale

Both Hands, Inc. helps increase the supply of safe, decent and affordable housing in the Flagstaff area through ongoing construction projects with our partner AHC Homes.

We have recently purchased a new home for our acquisition/rehab project. The home is located at 1801 N. Main St. and must be sold to a low-income first-time homebuyer.

Financial assistance is available to a qualified buyer.

Volunteers Needed!

We are always looking for volunteers to help out with the Children’s Program at Sharon Manor on Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday evenings.

Partners & Sponsors

Homebuyer Education

We are updating our homebuyer educational workshops calendar!  Coming soon!