Request PPE from your local health department
Partners looking for PPE can start by making resource requests to their local county health department. Click here to find your local contact.
Free, confidential counseling for COVID-19 stress in Arizona
If you’re feeling stress, anxiety or general loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you’re not alone. In times like these, feelings of overwhelm are normal.The good news is, free help is available to you right now. Visit the Family Involvement Center’s website to learn more.
Lifeline Support for Affordable Communications
Lifeline is the FCC’s program to help make communications services more affordable for low-income consumers. Lifeline provides subscribers a discount on monthly telephone service, broadband Internet access service, or voice-broadband bundled service purchased from participating providers. To help keep Americans connected during the coronavirus pandemic, the FCC has temporarily waived usage requirements, recertification and reverification de-enrollment procedures, and general de-enrollment procedures, and has extended those waivers until February 28, 2021. Click here to learn more.
Coconino County and United Way of Northern Arizona’s COVID-19 Social Safety-Net Services Coalition Resource Guide
This resource guide covers Food Services, Housing Services, Emergency Cash Assistance, and more available in Coconino County. Click here to learn more.
One AZ COVID-19 Community Support & Resources Map
ONE Arizona created this map for ALL people regardless of legal status. This map has information regarding free meals for individuals and families, delivery services for seniors, medical resources, resources for people with disabilities and other tools to help you and your loved ones through this difficult time. Use this map to find resources in your area. Zoom in on your area, then click on the colored icons to learn more about each resource, including hours, what’s offered and who qualifies.
River Cities United Way
Click here to view COVID-19 resources available in Mohave County.
United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona Community Resources
Visit the United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona website to learn more about resources available in your community.
Arizona’s emergency response to the COVID-19 outbreak
Visit the Arizona Department of Health Services website for more information on the COVID-19 response. Click on the links below to learn more:
Guidance & Resources for Managing Coronavirus Risks
The Community Action Partnership in collaboration with CAPLAW, NCAF, and NASCSP complied resources for local CAA’s to learn how we can respond effectively to the changing environment.
COVID-19 Consumer Warnings and Safety Tips
The FCC has developed a COVID-19 scams page that includes tips to assist consumers with protecting themselves and their loved ones. The guide includes scam audio and a sample text hoax that was circulating.
Fear Fuels COVID-19 Contact Tracing Scams
The FCC issued a warning about the contract tracing scams as the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic continues. Local health officials in many states are using contact tracing to track cases and prevent larger outbreaks. Be aware, legitimate contact tracers will not ask for:
- Insurance information
- Bank account information
- Credit card numbers
- or payment
If a caller asks for any of the above, hang up. Contact tracers will also never reveal the identity of the person who tested positive. They will also be able to provide current local testing locations.
Center for Economic Integrity Resource List
The Center for Economic Integrity has created a list of resources for consumers, advocates, and nonprofits. Visit their website to learn more.