Social Distancing: Apps for Seniors
Social Distancing: Apps for Seniors, provides practical apps for seniors (tech-savvy or not), along with setup assistance. Elderly sector recommendation about communication, grocery delivery, home care, and health monitoring.
City of Phoenix Senior Centers
City of Phoenix Human Services Department Senior Centers are temporarily closed until further notice. Lunch meals normally provided year-round for registered members are currently being offered by reservation only and delivered to members in their own homes each Monday, excluding holidays. Senior Center members may request lunch meal delivery by contacting their local Senior Center. INFO:
Home Delivered Meals
The City of Phoenix Human Services Department provides home delivered meals to homebound and disabled senior residents age 60 years and older. Case management and senior wellness checks are included with this service. To be considered for a referral to this program, contact the Area Agency on Aging’s 24 Hour Senior Help Line at 602-264-4357 or visit the website: INFO:
Arizona Commodity Senior Food Program
The Arizona Commodity Senior Food Program (CSFP) is a federally funded food distribution program that provides a once a month food package to people 60 years of age or older. INFO: des.az.gov/services/basic-needs/food-assistance/az-commodity-senior-food-program
Desert Mission Food Bank
9229 N. Fourth St. Phoenix, AZ 85020. Free emergency, senior food boxes (and infants). Proof of address and ID is required. INFO:
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Maricopa County School Food Distribution Sites
See online map updated by individual school locations.
SAP and GENYOUth have partnered together to provide an interactive map for students and other social services near you. INFO:
Kids Cafe at 10 Phoenix Public Libraries
Children ages 0-18 can enjoy
a free, healthy meal at select Phoenix Public Library locations.
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Family or Individual Meals
BEFORE visiting any listed location to verify current hours of operation.
Andre House Dinner Service
Dinner service for individuals experiencing homelessness. 213 S. 11th Ave., Phoenix, 85007. (602) 255-0580. INFO:
Arizona Food Bank Network
The Arizona Food Bank Network has a website allowing you to search your location to find a food bank near you. INFO:
Harvest Compassion Center
Harvest Compassion Center offers families free groceries, hygiene items, clothing and baby items. Visit their website for information about three locations: North Phoenix, West Phoenix, and Maryvale. INFO:
Hope for Hunger Food Bank
5605 N. 55th Ave. Glendale, AZ 85301. Phoenix Rescue Mission's Hope for Hunger Food Bank offers free food boxes in a drive-thru style of service. Walk-ins are welcome, proof of address and ID is required. INFO:
Living Streams Church Food Pantry
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Walk-ins served. No referral required. Please bring in a photo ID. 4 visits per year 30 days between visits. 7000 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, 85020. (602) 957-7500. INFO:
Offers food boxes, walk-ins welcome between 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. No referral needed, proof of address needed. Clothing, baby formula and diaper provided. Call (602) 254-7450 to make sure resources are still available. INFO: nourishphx.org
Neighborhood Ministries Inc.
Serves meals to families only. Provides hot meals. Walk-ins served. No referral required. Photo ID and proof of address. 1918 W. Van Buren St., Phoenix, 85009. (602) 252-5225. INFO:
Salvation Army is providing essentials to the community between 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., where they can come in and receive limited amounts of supplies. INFO:
St. Vincent De Paul
For those looking for one of St. Vincent de Paul's food banks or to visit one of its dining halls. INFO:
Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
Monthly supplement of food from the basic food groups for nutritionally at risk pregnant women, women who recently gave birth, infants, and children. INFO:
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