Maricopa Community Colleges has provided a list of additional resources for disability-related services, senior services, and the public during times of need. The resources on this page are updated on a regular basis.
AZ 211's mission is to transform lives by linking individuals and families to vital community services throughout Arizona.
Maricopa County Department of Public Health created FindHelpPhx.org and its Spanish partner site EncuentraAyudaPhx.org to give Maricopa County residents an easy way to find health and social services for themselves. The website is easy to use and available where there is internet and mobile smartphone access.
Offers tips for parents on creating mindfulness and a sense of calm for children during COVID-19.
The Diaper Bank of Central Arizona has partnered with agencies to provide an emergency supply of diapers for those in immediate need.
U-Haul is offering college students 30 days of free self-storage.
Resources to assist with taking care of your emotional health.
COVID-19 resources for Phoenix businesses and residents.
COVID-19 Resources in Spanish / COVID-19 Recursos en español.
Native American Connections (NAC) understands the community’s needs and is accepting clients via tele-health. Those in need of NAC Behavioral Health services (counseling and/or drug/alcohol treatment) should call 602-424-2060 for an over-the-phone assessment.
To enroll in the NAC TREE program, you must email YouthTREE@nativeconnections.org with the following information:
- person’s full name
- date of birth
- contact information (phone number required)
- services needed
Once we receive this information, we will contact the referred individual and determine their eligibility. An over-the-phone intake can be scheduled during this time.
Qualifications for the NAC TREE program:
- Must be between 16-25 years old
- Maricopa County resident
- Must identify a behavioral health need
All treatment events (counseling sessions and life skills) will take place over the phone until our agency’s COVID-19 precautions are lifted.
*Insurance is accepted, but not required (most AHCCCS plans accepted).
The Department of Economic (DES) Family Assistance Administration (FAA) determines eligibility for the Cash Assistance (CA) Program, which helps families meet their basic needs through temporary cash benefits. To learn more, visit https://des.az.gov/services/child-and-family/cash-assistance or call 855-432-7587.
Wildfire COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Relief
The Salvation Army provides the following services and may vary by location:
- Emergency Financial Assistance
- Food and Nutrition Programs
- Seasonal Services
- Christian Education
- Worship Services: Church, Sunday School, Young Adult, Youth Ministries, Children's/Teen
- Men and Women’s Ministries
- Music and Arts Programs
- Day Camp Activities
- Residential Camping Activities
- Character Building Programs
- Latchkey Programs
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday | 8 a.m. - 4:00 p.m
2707 E. Van Buren St.,
Phoenix, Arizona 85008
2702 E. Washington
Phoenix, Arizona 85034
241 E. 6th S.
Mesa, Arizona 85201
605 E. Broadway Ave.
Apache Junction, Arizona 85119
40 E. University Dr.
Tempe, Arizona 85281
85 E. Saragosa St.
Chandler, Arizona 85225
Foster Care Students
For students who were in foster care, we know this time may be especially challenging for you. The following Arizona community organizations are working to ensure the resources you need are all in one place.