City of Phoenix Housing Department administers a public housing program for seniors age 62+ and disabled in five apartment complexes. On-site Service Coordinators are available to connect residents to services that promote independent living. Recreational and social activities are also available. Learn more about senior/disable housing.
A service coordinator or caseworker is available on-site to assist you with your independent living needs, provide information, and make referrals to outside agencies. They can assist you in many different areas including, business or medical correspondence, finances, discounted telephone service, counseling, emergency food boxes, etc. For assistance please schedule an appointment with your on-site caseworker.
Senior Housing communities offer a variety of exercise equipment and clubs, special events, bingo, a library, and a game room. Check the monthly calendar to see what is happening in your community.
Community Gardens serve a dual purpose of growing vegetation and promoting the local horticulture as well as growing social interaction, communication and creativity among neighbors. Getting involved in a community garden makes you a responsible community person who cares for the environment and the community. There are four community gardens located at senior housing sites. For information please call the site manager:
Senior housing complexes owned by the City of Phoenix have at least a small computer lab for residents to use. All computers have access to the Internet.