New partnership provides IDs to those experiencing homelessness

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A partnership between the Homeless ID Project and the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division is enabling clients at the Human Services Campus near downtown Phoenix to get replacement state-issued IDs without having to travel several miles to the nearest MVD office. Clients experiencing instability or homelessness can now get IDs, which are essential for obtaining services and employment, in a campus office set up with the computer equipment, printer and scanner, and camera. Staffed 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday by an MVD representative, the office can be converted to a TeleMVD office in which customers can conduct many transactions with representatives located elsewhere.

Rick Mitchell, Exec. Director of Homeless ID Project; Eric Jorgensen, Director of ADOT Motor Vehicle Division

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