Community Resources

Care1st Health Plan Arizona, Inc. is working with the community in which we service to provide you with high quality health care. We are working with a wide array of agencies, community based organizations, and local associations to collaborate on events to inform the public about the health care, health care choices available, and health education.

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211 Arizona (Community Information and Referral Services)Arizona 211 links individuals and families to vital community services throughout Arizona. Resource listings include food pantries, clothing closets, utility assistance, housing, medical care, dental care, veteran and military services, disability related services, employment, and more.Statewide
Arizona Disability Benefits 101 (DB101)Arizona Disability Benefits 101 (DB101) is a free online resource that provides information on balancing disability benefits and work. Educational resources explain how income, benefits and health coverage may be affected if you go to work.Statewide
Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) is Arizona's Medicaid agency that offers health care programs to serve Arizona residents. Individuals must meet certain income and other requirements to obtain services. AHCCCS Complete Care (ACC) began on October 1, 2018. This new integrated system will join physical and behavioral health services to treat all aspects of our members' health care needs under a chosen health plan.Statewide
Arizona Poison Control SystemThe Arizona Poison Control System is a 24/7 hotline providing accessible poison and medication related emergency treatment advice, referral assistance and comprehensive information on poisons and toxins, poison prevention and safe and proper use of medications.Statewide
Arizona Self HelpArizona Self Help is a free and easy resource that can help individuals identify up to 40 different health and human services programs and their eligibility guidelines. Try this website to see if your family might qualify for helpful benefits.Statewide
Arizona Smokers' Helpline (ASH)There are many health risks from smoking. If you are over 18 and are ready to quit smoking, help is available through the Arizona Smokers' Helpline (ASH). A "coach" will be assigned to you and provide you with education and support through weekly telephone calls throughout the quit process.Statewide
City of Phoenix Family Services CentersCity of Phoenix Family Services Centers provide human services programs to meet the emergency, short and long-term needs of eligible low-income Phoenix residents. Caseworkers at three multi-purpose family services centers provide a broad range of assistance including information and referral to an appropriate agency or program, eviction prevention, utility assistance, nutrition resources, transportation resources and home repair referrals.Central
Find Help PhoenixFind Help Phoenix gives Maricopa County residents an easy way to find health and social service resources. All resources are free or low cost and regularly checked for accuracy. Resource listings include medical services, legal assistance, affordable housing, senior services, transportation, education, and more.Central
Health-e- Arizona PlusHealth -e- Arizona Plus is an online system created by Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES) and Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) that allows individuals to apply for AHCCCS health insurance, Kids Care, nutrition assistance, and cash assistance.Statewide
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Area Agency on Aging, Region One The Area Agency on Aging is the central resource and information center for finding services and assistance for older adults aged 65 and older. Programs and services include 24 hour senior help line, family caregiver support, elder resource guide, legal assistance, home delivered meals and more.Central
Area Agency on Aging, Region Three The Northern Arizona Council of Governments serves as the Area Agency on Aging for Coconino, Yavapai and non-reservation residents in Apache and Navajo counties. They offer a variety of programs and services to allow seniors to safely age in their home and/or communities. Services include congregate meals, home delivered meals, adult day care and family caregiver support.Northern
Area Agency on Aging, Region FiveThe Pinal-Gila Council for Senior Citizens serves as the Area Agency on Aging for Pinal and Gila county. They offer a variety of programs and services to increase the ability of older adults to remain healthy, active and living independently in their communities. Programs and services include health care centers, transportation, caregiver support and senior centers.Central
Arizona Center for Disability LawThe Arizona Center for Disability Law (ACDL) is a not for profit public interest law firm, dedicated to protecting the rights of individuals with physical, mental, psychiatric, sensory and cognitive disabilities. They focus primarily on those cases in which individuals have nowhere else to go for legal support. They provide information, outreach and training on legal rights and self-advocacy, represent individuals in negotiations, administrative proceedings and court, and investigate abuse and neglect.Statewide
Children's Action Alliance (CAA)Children’s Action Alliance is an independent voice for Arizona children at the state capitol and in the community. CAA works to improve children’s health, education, and security through information and action.Statewide
Mental Health America of ArizonaMental Health America of Arizona (MHA AZ) is Arizona’s oldest organization dedicated to all aspects of mental health, mental illness and behavioral health disorders. Their work includes reducing the stigma associated with mental illness by helping people learn about all facets of mental health. Educational and advocacy work includes informing and guiding public officials and providers on mental health issues, and publishing up–to–date information about issues and topics impacting our community.Statewide
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. They offer educational programs, support advocacy efforts benefiting individuals with a mental illness and their families and operate a free help line for information and referral services.Statewide
Prevent Child Abuse Arizona (PCA)Prevent Child Abuse Arizona (PCA) provides training, parenting education and prevention services to families, foster parents, child welfare professionals, social service providers, law enforcement, court personnel and the public. Prevent Child Abuse Arizona is one of 50 state chapters of Prevent Child Abuse AmericaStatewide
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Arizona Opioid Assistance and Referral LineArizona Opioid Assistance and Referral Line is a free confidential hotline staffed by local medical experts that offer patients, providers, and family members opioid information, resources and referral 24/7. Translation services available.Statewide
Arizona Smoker's Help Line (ASH)There are many health risks from smoking. If you are over 18 and are ready to quit smoking, help is available through the Arizona Smokers' Helpline (ASH). A "coach" will be assigned to you and provide you with education and support through weekly telephone calls throughout the quit process.Statewide
Dump the Drugs AZDump the Drugs AZ provides a step by step guide on where to find drop box locations to dispose of unused or unwanted prescription drugs.Statewide
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) HelplineSAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.Statewide
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Ability 360Ability 360 provides programs and services to support independent living for individuals with disabilities. Services include an independent living skills program, peer supports, home modifications, home care services, youth recreation, employment, and resource and referral.Central
Arizona Department of Education: Exceptional Student Services (ESS)Exceptional Student Services (ESS) monitors schools for compliance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), and provides professional training and education to schools to support children with disabilities. Parents can find school identification guides, assistive technology resources and resource and referral guide organized by category.Statewide
Arizona Department of Health Services Pregnancy and Breastfeeding HotlineThe Arizona Department of Health Services Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Hotline provides 24/7 support and answers to breastfeeding questions by trained experts. In addition to the hotline individuals can visit the website to learn more about breastfeeding including breastfeeding support supplies offered through insurance companies, workplace accommodations for nursing mothers and more.Statewide
Arizona Early Intervention Program (AzEIP)The Arizona Early Intervention Program (AzEIP) is Arizona’s statewide interagency system of services and supports for families of infants and toddlers, birth to three years of age, with disabilities or delays. Services include home visitation programs, Early Head Start, and a resource and referral guide.Statewide
Arizona Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC)The Arizona Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) provides nutrition education and breastfeeding support services, supplemental nutritious foods and referrals to health and social services. WIC serves pregnant, breastfeeding and post partum women; infants; and children under age 5.Statewide
Birth to Five HelplineThe Birth to Five Helpline is a free service open to all Arizona families with young children looking for the latest child development information from experts in the field. Professionals may also take advantage of this service. Call the Helpline to speak with one of our bilingual (English/Spanish) early childhood specialists, on duty Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. You can also leave a voicemail, complete our online contact form (below), or text the Helpline 24 hours a day, seven days a week.Statewide
Head StartHead Start provides comprehensive education, health, nutrition and family services to low income children and their families. Programs are available throughout Arizona and can be found on the Head Start website.Statewide
Raising Special KidsRaising Special Kids exists to improve the lives of children with the full range of disabilities, from birth to age 26. Services include The Parent Training and Information Center (PTI), center to educate parents about resources available through Individuals with Disability Education Act (IDEA), youth transition supports and positive behavior support therapy.Statewide
Strong Families AZ Safe Care ProgramStrong Families AZ Safe Care program uses a nationally recognized weekly home visitation model that supports parents in learning skills from core focus areas including parent-child interaction, health and home safety. All services are offered for free. Must have a child birth to 5 years old to participate.Statewide
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Arizona@WorkArizona@Work is the statewide workforce development network, focused on expanding our state's workforce by matching employers with job seekers. Arizona@Work has various programs and services to assist job seekers including job search resources, resume writing, computer classes, vocational rehabilitation programs and apprenticeships.Statewide
GoodwillGoodwill organizations assists people who need jobs, need better jobs and are seeking new skills to launch careers with supports and resources to achieve their employment goals. Services include career planning, resume writing, interview skills and job related resources (transportation, childcare, professional clothing).Statewide
St. Joseph the WorkerSt. Joseph the Worker assists homeless, low-income and other disadvantaged individuals in their efforts to become self-sufficient through quality employment. Services offered include one-on-one employment coaching, transportation assistance, uniform assistance, food handler cards, safety and select certification fees and interview preparation.Central
Mesa Community Action Network (Mesa CAN)Mesa CAN helps low-income households with a number of services including job search help, resume building and interview preparation.Central
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Arizona Food Bank NetworkThe Arizona Food Bank Network, formerly known as the Arizona Association of Food Banks, is a private non-profit organization that assists five regional food banks and nearly 1,200 food pantries in coordinating the rescue, transportation and distribution of food. Their user friendly website provides information and resources to help individuals with food insecurity. Resources include a tool to direct individuals to the nearest food bank/pantry by zip code, information about SNAP benefits and a listing of local/national food assistance programs.Statewide
Hope for Hunger Food BankHope for Hunger is an outreach of Phoenix Rescue Mission dedicated to addressing both hunger and poverty. Services include emergency food boxes and rental assistance.Central
ICM Food and Clothing BankICM Food and Clothing bank has provided services to working poor individuals and families since the 1980's. Programs and services are available for residents of Maricopa County and include emergency food, clothing, application assistance for state and federal programs, and educational classes (financial literacy, healthy eating, and preparing for job interviews).Central
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Arizona Association for Foster and Adoptive ParentsThe Arizona Association for Foster and Adoptive Parents was founded in 2003 to serve the foster, adoptive and kinship families who care for  Arizona’s most vulnerable children. They are all volunteers, foster and adoptive parents. They work in partnership with child welfare professionals and the community to support, educate, empower and provide a unified voice for Arizona's foster and adoptive families. The website includes membership information, resources and a list of events.Statewide
Arizona's Children AssociationArizona's Children Association is the largest foster care provider in the state; providing training and support to foster care families. The organization assists foster families in navigating the behavioral health and child welfare systems. Additionally, they collaborate with adoption placement agencies and provide a variety of adoption related services.Statewide
Arizona Department of Child Safety - AdoptionThe Arizona Department of Child Safety Adoption website provides an overview of a child's journey to adoption, requirements to adopt, how to initiate the adoption process and how an adoptive home is selected.Statewide
Arizona Department of Child Safety - Steps for Becoming a Foster ParentArizona Department of Child Safety - Steps for Becoming a Foster Parent website is a comprehensive guide to becoming a foster parent in Arizona. The website includes an orientation video, foster care information session events and resources.Statewide
Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation offers tuition waivers to children who are 16-years-old and currently in care; were adopted from foster care after they were 16-years-old; or are currently in foster care and are 16-years-old or older. Children must be Arizona residents to apply. Additional services include funding for summer camps, swim lessons, baseball, music classes and more fun activities.Statewide
Arizona Kids ConsortiumArizona Kids Consortium is Arizona Commission Corporation established for coordinating the recruitment of foster and adoptive homes in Maricopa County. Comprised of about 20 licensing agencies contracted with the Department of Child Safety. The website includes information for individuals considering fostering or adoption, as well as information for those interested in foster advocacy efforts.Central
Fostering Advocates ArizonaFostering Advocates Arizona provides information, resources and support for youth transitioning out of the foster care system. The website includes an extensive resource library and a guide to obtaining health insurance coverage.Statewide
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Coalition for Compassion and Justice (CCJ)The Coalition for Compassion and Justice provides affordable housing with a stair-step approach according to cost. This model allows clients to make incremental growth toward fair market housing. In addition to affordable housing units the organization also operates a community emergency shelter, home repair program and a thrift store.Northern
Community Resource Referral Center (CRRC)CRRCs provide Veterans who are homeless and at risk of homelessness with one-stop access to community-based, multiagency services to promote permanent housing, health and mental health care, career development and access to VA and non-VA benefits.Central
Family Housing HubThe Family Housing Hub connects families, with minor dependent children who are experiencing homelessness, to homeless services.Central
Flagstaff Shelter ServicesFlagstaff Shelter Services is the largest emergency shelter in Northern Arizona. They provide shelter and critical services to the most vulnerable members of our community regardless of faith, sobriety, or mental health and assist them in finding permanent housing.Northern
Human Services CampusThe Human Services Campus is a collaborative of 16 partner organizations with the shared outcome of ending homelessness. The campus has multiple services that include healthcare, legal assistance, ID & postal services, employment, emergency shelter, daily meals and permanent housing.Central
A New Leaf East Valley Men's ShelterA New Leaf’s East Valley Men’s Center (EVMC) provides shelter and support services to single men, the largest homeless population in Arizona, and the population that struggles most to find assistance. EVMC assists men as they re-integrate into the community with safe and stable housing, and  provides the tools to maintain self-sufficiency.EVMC works with residents to build a personalized plan to foster physical and mental health, financial independence, and social responsibility. The program provides comprehensive services and customized strategies for each resident.Central
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The Arc's Autism NOW CenterThe Autism NOW Center provides high quality resources and information in areas including early detection, intervention, education, transition from high school into early adulthood, community based employment, community inclusion and aging issues.Statewide
Arizona Autism CoalitionThe Arizona Autism Coalition provides support services and advocacy resources for individuals and families. Services include guides to support navigation of the Arizona Service Delivery System (Division of Developmental Disabilities, Arizona Long Term Care Services, Arizona Early Intervention Program (AzEIP).Statewide
Arizona Technology Access ProgramArizona Technology Access program assists individuals with disabilities to obtain assistive technology. Services include short term lending program of assistive technology devices, financial assistance to purchase assistive technology devices, consultation to assist in device selection, assistive technology device training, education, and technical assistance.Statewide
Autism Society of Greater Phoenix The Autism Society of Greater Phoenix works to increase public awareness about the day-to-day issues of people across the autism spectrum. The Autism Society provides a resource and referral guide for family supports, social groups, therapy providers, education, and crisis services.Central
Autism SpeaksAutism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions for the needs of individuals with autism and their families through advocacy and support, increased understanding and acceptance and research into causes and better interventions for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).Statewide
AZ AssistAZ Assist is a community of families of teens and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) that support and encourage self-advocacy and independence for their loved ones. Services include adult mentors with ASD to support youth, monthly meetings to explore transition issues, social events in the community and opportunities for parents and youth to establish a community of support.Central
Arizona Soccer Association TOPSoccerTOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer) is a community based program for children and young adults with physical and/or intellectual disabilities. The program is designed for ages 5 and older and is geared toward player development and participation.Statewide
Autism Society of Greater Phoenix: Be Safe Interactive ScreeningsBe Safe is a unique video modeling DVD that teaches youth with autism and similar disabilities how to interact safely with police. The Autism Society of Greater Phoenix hosts interactive screenings throughout Arizona. During the screenings local police officers will be paired with teens/adults with autism and will help participants learn to safely interact with police in the community. Be Safe curriculum training for parents and teachers are available as well.Central
PALOnline resource that includes digital guides and on-site resources that assist individuals with autism and related non-visible intellectual experience to prepare for community outings. Resources are based in behavioral therapy and reduce anxiety and communication barriers for those with sensory sensitivities.Organizations can also participate in training to become PAL Places. A listing of PAL Places is available on the website.Statewide
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The Arc Arizona The Arc of Arizona advocates for the rights and full community participation of all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Arc provides a comprehensive resource and referral list including child development, education, employment, housing and family and caregiver support services.Statewide
Arizona Department of Economic Security Division of Developmental DisabilitiesThe Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES), Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) is a state agency that provides support and services to help individuals with developmental disabilities.Statewide
Arizona Long Term Care System (ALTCS)ALTCS is an Arizona Medicaid program that is designed to help fixed income seniors and other disabled individuals afford the care that they need.Statewide
Arizona Soccer Association TOPSoccerTOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer) is a community based program for children and young adults with physical and/or intellectual disabilities. The program is designed for ages 5 and older and is geared toward player development and participation.Statewide
AZ LinksAZ Links is a resource and referral website specializing in issues of aging and disability. The website is maintained by Arizona Department of Economic Security, Division of Aging and Adult Services.Statewide
Raising Special KidsRaising Special Kids exists to improve the lives of children with the full range of disabilities, from birth to age 26, by providing support, training, information and individual assistance so families can become effective advocates for their children.Statewide
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Arizona Commerce Authority The Arizona Commerce Authority has resource information on tools to access broadband at home to include, but not limited to: locating service providers, carrier special offers, eligibility for a low-cost plan, locate public wireless internet hotspots and instructions on using the cellphone a Wi-Fi hotspot.Statewide
Arizona TogetherA newly create website from the Governor's Office to ensure Arizonans have access to the resources they need as we work to get our state through the COVID-19 outbreak. Resource information includes low cost internet service.Statewide
Connect ArizonaConnect Arizona provides an interactive map of locations where individuals can use free wi-fi. The locations on this map represent free public WiFi hotspots at public libraries, schools, businesses, and other sites. Some sites may offer indoor public access during business hours, others provide access in the parking lot only. Each hotspot will have its own security protocol. Some networks may have Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) safe security installed.Statewide
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GLSEN (Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network)GLSEN works to ensure that every K-12 LGBTQ student is able to learn and grow in a school environment free from bullying and harassment. GLSEN provides various tools including education and assistance to develop supportive educators, comprehensive policies and inclusive curriculum.Statewide
Native PFLAG PFLAG ( Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays)Native PFLAG is the only PFLAG chapter in the country that focuses on supporting Native American LGBTQ/Two-Spirit individuals, their family members and friends.  They provide education, social service resources and host community events.Statewide
One N TenOne N Ten is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving and assisting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth ages 14 to 24. Services include weekly discussion groups, social networking events, life skills training and assistance in obtaining a high school diploma.Statewide
Old Lesbians Organizing for ChangeOld Lesbians Organizing for Change is an organization dedicated to preserving and enhancing the lesbian voice as well as increasing lesbian visibility. They strive to eliminate the oppression of ageism and stand in solidarity against all oppression.Statewide
PFLAG ( Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) NationalPFLAG is working to make sure that all people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer are not only valued by society, but take pride in and value themselves. Programs and services include peer-to-peer support, educating people on the issues that are important to the community and advocating for inclusive policies and laws.Statewide
PFLAG ( Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) Phoenix ChapterThe Phoenix/Valley of the Sun chapter of Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG). This chapter provides support groups, resource and referral information and education on issues relevant to the LGBTQ community.Statewide
Phoenix Children's Hospital Gender Support Program Phoenix Children's Hospital Gender Support Program provides outpatient services that support the physical, mental and social health of gender expansive children and youth, and their families as they progress through gender identity development. Programs and services include medical consultations, readiness evaluations and referrals to experienced mental health providers.Statewide
Trans Student Educational ResourcesTrans Student Educational Resources is a youth-led organization dedicated to transforming the educational environment for trans and gender nonconforming students through advocacy and empowerment. In addition they educate the public and teach trans activists how to be effective organizers. Programs include leadership training and educational workshops.Statewide
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A.T. Still UniversityA.T. Still is Arizona's first university-affiliated dental clinic. They offer compassionate, personal care with affordable fees. Services include general treatments, pediatric dentistry, orthodontics, periodontal treatment and a special needs dental clinic.Central
Arizona Boys and Girls Club of the Valley Bob and Renee Parsons Dental ClinicThe Bob and Renee Parsons Dental Clinic is a full service facility that provides dental services for children aged 5-18 who lack dental insurance and do not qualify for state assistance. The clinic also serves children living in foster care, group homes, detention centers and homeless shelters. Services include comprehensive oral examinations, x-rays, cleanings, extractions and emergency treatment.Central
Carrington College Dental ClinicCarrington College offers a free dental clinic at their Mesa, AZ location. Services are provided by supervised students enrolled in the dental hygiene program. Services include x-rays and cleanings.Central
Mountain Park Health CenterMountain Park Health Centers provide dental services on a sliding fee scale. Dental services include cleanings, fillings, extractions and dental x-rays. Dental services are available at the Baseline, Maryvale and Christown clinics.Central
NOAH Dental ClinicsNOAH Dental Clinics provide comprehensive, emergency, and preventive dental care on a sliding fee scale. Services include dental exams, x-rays, fluoride varnish, sealants, extractions, root canals, crowns and bridges.Central
North Country Healthcare Dental CareNorth Country Healthcare houses dental facilities in Flagstaff, Ash Fork and Winslow that provide preventive and restorative care on a sliding fee scale.  Services include dental exams, cleanings, x-rays, fluoride treatment, oral cancer screening, fillings, crowns, bridges, and dentures.Northern
Northern Arizona University Dental Hygiene ClinicNAU Dental Hygiene clinic provides preventative dental services for all ages. Services include dental exams, evaluations for gum disease, x-rays, sealants, periodontal therapy and maintenance, and oral cancer screenings.Northern
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul Virginia G. Piper Dental ClinicThe Society of St. Vincent de Paul runs a comprehensive free dental clinic that provides treatment and preventive care to children and adults without insurance and inspires thousands to healthier hygiene every year.Central and Northern
Valleywise Health, Dental ClinicValleywise Health dental clinics are located in Family Health Centers around the valley and specialize in dental care for the entire family. Services include routine exams and cleanings, oral hygiene instruction for patients and parents, x-rays, fluoride treatments and emergency (pain relief) treatment.Central
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Sliding Fee Schedule ClinicsArizona Department of Health Services website features an interactive tool to help individuals locate Sliding Fee Schedule Clinics (SFS) throughout Arizona that provide free or low cost primary care, mental and dental health services to individuals without health insurance.Statewide
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Adult Protective Services (APS)Adult Protective Services (APS) is a program within the Division of Aging and Adult Services responsible for investigating allegations of abuse, exploitation and neglect of vulnerable adults. Reports of vulnerable adult abuse can be reported to APS at 1-877-767-2385.Statewide
Alzheimer's AssociationThe Alzheimer's Association was founded by a group of family caregivers and individuals who recognized the need for an organization that would unite caregivers, provide supports those facing Alzheimer's and advance research into the disease. Services include a 24/7 helpline (800-272-3900), resources to identify dementia and caregiver support groups.Statewide
Area Agency on Aging, Region One The Area Agency on Aging is the central resource and information center for finding services and assistance for older adults aged 65 and older. Programs and services include 24 hour senior help line, family caregiver support, elder resource guide, legal assistance, home delivered meals and more.Central
Area Agency on Aging, Region Three The Northern Arizona Council of Governments serves as the Area Agency on Aging for Coconino, Yavapai and non-reservation residents in Apache and Navajo counties. They offer a variety of programs and services to allow seniors to safely age in their home and/or communities. Services include congregate meals, home delivered meals, adult day care and family caregiver support.Northern
Area Agency on Aging, Region FiveThe Pinal-Gila Council for Senior Citizens serves the Area Agency on Aging for Pinal and Gila county. They offer a variety of programs and services to increase the ability of older adults to remain healthy, active and living independently in their communities. Programs and services include health care centers, transportation, caregiver support and senior centers.
AZ LinksAZ Links is a resource and referral website specializing in issues of aging and disability. The website is maintained by Arizona Department of Economic Security, Division of Aging and Adult Services.
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Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic ViolenceArizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence provides direct services to victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence. Programs and services are offered to increase public awareness about the issues of sexual and domestic violence, enhance the safety of and services for sexual and domestic violence victims and survivors, and end sexual and domestic violence in Arizona communities.Statewide
Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN)RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline (800.656.HOPE) in partnership with more than 1,000 local sexual assault service providers across the country. RAINN also carries out programs to prevent sexual violence, help survivors and ensure that perpetrators are brought to justice.Statewide
StrongHearts Native HelplineThe StrongHearts Native Helpline 1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483) is a safe domestic violence and dating violence helpline for American Indians and Alaska Natives, offering culturally-appropriate support and advocacy daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. CT. Anonymous and confidential. Callers reaching out after hours may connect with the National Domestic Violence Hotline by selecting option 1.Statewide
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AZ Suicide Prevention CoalitionThe Arizona Suicide Prevention Coalition provides resource information for those interested in the issues surrounding suicide. Coalition meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month.Statewide
National Suicide Prevention LifelineThe National Suicide Prevention Lifeline ( 1800-273-8255) is a national network of local crisis centers that provide free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24/7.Statewide
Teen LifelineTeen Lifeline (800-248-8336) is a free helpline staffed by teens providing an opportunity to speak with their peers about daily struggles. The hotline is supervised by a Master's level clinician. Peer counseling and text messaging service are available 3:00pm - 9:00pm. After hours calls are routed to the Crisis Response Network.Statewide
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Arizona@Work Nineteen Tribal NationsResource and information for everyone interested in Tribal workforce issues.Statewide
First Things FirstFirst Things First provides grant funds, education and resources to community organizations that promote healthy development and learning of children birth to five. Strategies funded in tribal communities include family support, early language, and literacy development (including native languages), nutrition education, and health screenings.Statewide
Inter Tribal Council of Arizona (ITCA)Inter Tribal Council of Arizona (ITCA) organizes and conducts seminars, workshops, conferences and public hearings to facilitate participation of tribal leaders in the formulation of public policy at all levels. The goal of ITCA is to ensure the self-determination of Indian tribal governments through their participation in the development of the policies and programs which affect their lives.Statewide
Native American ConnectionsNative American Connections provides culturally appropriate medical, behavioral health and housing programs. Services include general mental health and substance use treatment, residential substance use treatment and recovery program, family support and recovery coaching, native traditional healing practices and permanent supportive housing.Central
Native Americans for Community Action (NACA) Native Americans for Community Action (NACA) provides preventive wellness strategies and advocacy for Native peoples. Services include individual and group therapy, substance abuse counseling, traditional and western counseling, medication evaluation and management, and fitness and nutrition resources at the NACA Wellness Center.Northern
Native HealthNative Health provides holistic, patient-centered, culturally sensitive health and wellness programs. Services include primary medical care, pediatrics, prenatal, general dentistry and behavioral health.Central
Phoenix Indian CenterPhoenix Indian Center serves the American Indian community with culturally relevant youth services, language and cultural revitalization programs, education, and workforce development.Central
Three Precious MiraclesThree Precious Miracles provides support and resources to foster families, kinship families, and licensing agencies to promote continued cultural and natural linkages to Native American foster youth. Services include care packages, mentorship, and support groups. Statewide
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Arizona Coalition for Military FamiliesThe Arizona Coalition for Military Families provides resource and referral services for veterans and their families. Services include an online resource guide, training and education, and resource navigators to identify appropriate services.Statewide
Arizona Department of Veterans' Services The Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services (ADVS) assists veterans and their families in securing state and federal benefits. Services include benefits counseling, training and education programs, housing, and memorial and burial assistance.Statewide
Be ConnectedThe Be Connected program is a statewide initiative providing access to support and resources for service members, veterans and their families. Services include 24/7 crisis support service line, personalized resource matching and navigation, training, and education.Statewide
Give an HourGive an Hour provides free and confidential mental health care to military veterans and their families. Services are provided by licensed mental health care providers.Statewide
National Resource DirectoryThe National Resource Directory (NRD) is a resource website that connects wounded warriors, service members, veterans, their families, and caregivers to programs and support services. Services include resource listings for benefits and compensation, employment, education and training, family caregiver support, homeless assistance, housing, and healthcare.Statewide
Operation ShockwaveOperation Shockwave provides suicide prevention services to military veterans. Services include peer support, crisis intervention, and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) training.Central
VA Caregiver Support LineThe VA Caregiver Support Line is staffed by licensed professionals able to connect veterans and caregivers with needed services and resources.Statewide
Veterans Crisis LineThe Veterans Crisis Line connects veterans and their families with qualified responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat or text messaging.Statewide
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Arizona Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC)The Arizona Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) provides nutrition education and breastfeeding support services, supplemental nutritious foods and referrals to health and social services. WIC serves pregnant, breastfeeding and post partum women; infants; and children under age 5.Statewide
Postpartum Support International (PSI)Postpartum Support International (PSI) provides support through education and local resource information. They also have a bilingual (English and Spanish) helpline to rapidly refer callers to appropriate local resources including emergency services.Statewide
Power Me A2Z Power Me A2Z provides free vitamins that are important to women's health. This program is offered through the Arizona Department of Health Services.Statewide

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