Find Help and Get Involved
- 2-1-1 Arizona
Community information and referral service linking individuals and families to vital community services throughout Arizona.
- 24-Hour Senior Help Line
A 24-hour information and referral service for seniors, including housing, transportation, home repair, legal, home health aids, and much more!
- Arizona Together or ArizonaUnido
Find employment, financial, homeowner, renter assistance, access to food, healthcare, mental health, and other community resources across the state.
- Domestic Violence
If you are experiencing an emergency, please dial 9-1-1 immediately. If you are a victim of domestic violence call 1-800-799-7233 or text LOVEIS to 22522 for help. If you are experiencing a crisis, call 1-800-631-1314 today for support.
Financial and Housing
Search current job openings and find resources to help land your next job. Employers can get assistance to recruit, develop and retain the right employees for the job.
- Arizona Commerce Authority
Explore business resources, emergency loan assistance, unemployment benefits, and childcare support.
- Arizona Department of Economic Security
Apply for unemployment insurance, benefits and find other assistance programs and resources.
- Rental Eviction Prevention Assistance
Find out what options are available if you are experiencing a hardship and unable to pay your rent or are facing eviction.
- Arizona Food Bank Network
Search the largest database of emergency food options (food banks, pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and others that distribute emergency food) in Arizona.
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Formerly the Food Stamps Program, SNAP supports families to prevent under-nutrition in Arizona.
- More Food Opportunities
Explore other food assistance options and programs available to the public.
- Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS)
Arizona’s Medicaid agency that offers health care programs to serve Arizona residents.
- Arizona Alliance
Use their interactive map to find a Community Health Center near you to receive primary health care, regardless of insurance status.
- Cover Arizona
A coalition of more than 900 members statewide committed to increasing health coverage for all Arizonans.
- Health-e-Arizona Plus
Connecting individuals and families to coverage, benefits and services.
Technology and Utilities
- Arizona Public Service (APS)
APS has established a temporary customer support fund to provide residents a $100 credit if they are experiencing a financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Income or crisis verification documentation will not be required.
Connecting low-income families to affordable internet service and computers, and delivering digital skills trainings.
- Salt River Project (SRP)
SRP will not disconnect customers during the COVID-19 pandemic and is waiving late fees during this time. If you are experiencing difficulties paying your electric bill during this time, please contact SRP as soon as possible.
- Southwest Gas Corporation
Southwest Gas is suspending disconnections indefinitely.
- Get Involved Maricopa
Volunteers from various backgrounds across the public health, healthcare and mental health spectrum are needed. Non-health community volunteers are also welcome. We are currently seeking medical professionals that are licensed paramedic or higher level as well as non-medical individuals that can assist in other duties. Other volunteer opportunities which are expanding during the response include a logistics team assisting with the pick-up of PPE, our COVID-19 call center team, and assisting a local fire department on low-acute calls to assist with the surge.
- Arizona Together
There are other ways to serve with your time and talents during the COVID-19 outbreak, from providing virtual support to delivering food and medication, even helping with daily tasks for people who live alone.
- Local Food Banks PDF PDF PDF PDF PDF
In addition to cash and food donations, local food banks need volunteers. Locate the food bank nearest you and contact them directly to find out what opportunities are available.
Blood banks are critically low and healthy individuals are encouraged to donate.
Arizona food banks and pantries are in desperate need of volunteers and donations.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Donate PPE and Other Supplies
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and shortage of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), we have activated a Donations Management plan. You may donate the following PPE items:
- Surgical Masks
- N95 Respirators (Masks)
- Isolation Gowns
- Face Shields or Goggles
- Exam Gloves
Additional supplies are also needed, including:
- Hand Sanitizer
- Paper Towels
- Disinfectant Wipes
To arrange a time to drop off a donation, please call 602-506-6767 to make an appointment and directions to the designated drop-off location.
NOTE: This location is only accepting the items listed above. For other donations during the pandemic, please coordinate with the Salvation Army or other charitable organizations.
There is an extremely limited Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) available for order. It is very important that you realize that submission of a resource request does not guarantee your order will be filled. Orders will be prioritized based on critical healthcare and current supplies.
Before submitting a PPE request you must prove that you have taken the following steps:
- Follow CDC’s guidance on optimizing PPE Supplies.
- Reach out to multiple vendors. If vendors cannot supply your order, keep the documentation.
- Reach out to other partners in the area. Many jurisdictions are already sharing with each other.
- Reach out to partners outside of the area. Partners in other states might have extra supplies to help bridge gaps in back orders.
- Review the PPE sharing resource tracker and directly reach out to a partner on the list.
- If you have completed these steps and have read the Resource Request Process (PDF), you can submit a healthcare order form through the link below.