Coronavirus Business & Resident Resources

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​​​​​​City of Phoenix Impacted Services Update

See Impacted Services Update to learn what's impacted or closed and what's still operating with city ​services and facilities.

We're in this together! Looking for help? Check out these additional resources for Phoenix businesses, the workforce, and residents relating to the Coronavirus COVID-19 health emergency. ​​​​We will continue to update this page with new information when confirmed. Please call BEFORE visiting any listed location to verify current hours of operation. 

Residents with questions about city services and programs are encouraged to call (602) 262-3111 or e-mail contactus@phoenix.gov​.​​​​​​​​
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Page subject to change. Page last updated at 10:45 a.m. on April 3, 2020. See Disclaimer on this page for further information.
 

For Job Seekers and Laid-Off Workers

AZ Department of Economic Security Services Related to COVID-19

Arizona@Work Arizona Employers with Immediate Openings

Arizona Office of Tourism
Immediate employment opportunities broken down by job categories, including housekeeping, food service, security, and more. INFO: tourism.az.gov/hiring-opportunities

ASU Career Resources
Offers interviewing, resume development, resume samples, career search strategies. INFO: career.asu.edu/handouts

Career Connectors
Connecting professionals in career transition with hiring companies and quality resources. INFO: careerconnectors.org

Goodwill Resource
Offers career planning, interviewing, resume development. INFO: mycareeradvisor.com

JobScan.com Resume Writing Guide
Offers resume, cover letter assistance, resume basics and resume samples. INFO: jobscan.co/resume-writing-guide


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For Busines​ses

Guidance from the Department of Labor explaining Paid Sick Leave and Expanded Family and Medical Leave Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. See Breakdown of all the federal programs and aid for small business coronavirus assistance. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act includes funding for forgivable loans to help small businesses keep workers employed. Check out the Small Business Owner’s Guide (PDF) to the CARES Act and FAQs .

 

For Employers Facing Furloughs and Layoffs or Seeking Additional Workforce

U.S. Department of Labor​
Information about workplace safety, wages, hours, and leave, unemployment insurance flexibilites, support for dislocated workers and states, and more. INFO: dol.gov/coronavirus

Phoenix Business and Workforce Development Center
Can help employers with recruiting staff, training temporary and permanent workers, and helping place furloughed workers. Call (602) 256-3147 or email Phoenix.business.center@phoenix.gov. Visit website and scroll down to “For Employers" for more information. INFO: ArizonaAtWork.com/Phoenix
 

Small Businesses Financial Aid

AZ Local Impact Fund
Starting on April 20, business owners can apply for funding via AZ Local Impact Fund, which aims to provide financial support to small businesses and those they employ in order to preserve the local economy during this challenging time. INFO: investsouthwest.org/az-local-impact-fund-launched-by-leadmd-and-invest-southwest

Hello Alice
This free platform that helps businesses launch and grow is offering $10,000 grants being distributed immediately to small business owners impacted by coronavirus. INFO: covid19businesscenter.com

Local First Arizona
Small, family-owned Arizona businesses with three or fewer employees can apply for mini-grants. INFO: Local First Arizona

Kiva Small Business Loans

Small Business Paycheck Protection Program (PDF)
Starting April 3, small businesses and sole proprietorships can apply for the Small Business Paycheck Protection Program (PDF). The PPP Information Sheet for Borrowers (PDF) offers insightful information on this federal program. Here is the application form (PDF) to apply. Use this tool to enter your zip code to find a nearby SBA-approved lending institution that can issue a loan under this Program.

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)
The SBA has streamlined its Disaster Assistance Loan Application. Companies can apply for emergency loans and small business assistance at the SBA Disaster Assistance Loans Portal. INFO: covid19relief.sba.gov. The SBA can be reached by phone at (800) 659-2955 or email. The city created a roadmap (PDF) and a short video to help walk businesses through the SBA application. 

Verizon-LISC Small Business Recovery Grant Application
Applications for the Verizon-LISC Small Business Recovery Fund are being accepted. If your business is affected by COVID 19, apply for a grant of $10,000 by Saturday, April 4. INFO: lisc.org/covid-19/verizon-small-business-recovery-fund

  

Other Business Support

Arizona Commerce Authority
Presentation (PDF) from the Arizona Commerce Authority’s April 1 webinar, Ensuring Business Continuity. INFO: azcommerce.com

Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES)
DES's home page provides links to information associated with furloughs, wages, pay for leave, and unemployment compensation. There is also a COVID-19 resources page for businesses. INFO: des.az.gov

AZBio.org 
Connections to resources for the exchange of services and supplies for healthcare, bioscience and life science research. INFO: azbio.org/bio-launches-coronavirus-hub-to-facilitate-exchange-of-supplies-services

City of Phoenix Community and Economic Development Department
INFO: Phoenix.gov/EconDev​

Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce​
For local updates and business resources. INFO:phoenixchamberfoundation.com/wellness/coronavirus

Internal Revenue Service
Frequently asked questions about taxes, tax deadlines, deductions, and procedures impacted by the Coronavirus. Additional information about the Employee Retention Credit, designed to encourage businesses to keep employees on their payroll. INFO: irs.gov/coronavirus.


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For Non-Profits/Arts Organizations

COVID-19 Arizona Non-Profit Resources Page
Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits would like to provide you with information to make your own educated decisions and prepare to address the concerns of your workers and stakeholders. INFO: arizonanonprofits.org/page/COVID19

Arizona COVID-19 Community Response Fund
The Arizona COVID-19 Community Response Fund was established by the Arizona Community Foundation and is receiving support from individuals, corporations, and foundations from across the state. The fund provides immediate relief to nonprofit organizations in Arizona facing an increased demand for services from clients and communities as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. INFO: azfoundation.org/Giving/ArizonaCOVID-19CommunityResponseFund.aspx

ArtsReady​​
ArtsReady is an online emergency preparedness service by and for arts/cultural nonprofits, provides arts organizations with customized business continuity plans for post-crisis sustainability. ArtsReady has information on the Coronavirus and how arts and culture organizations can best prepare during this time. INFO: artsready.org

CARES Act: How to Apply for Nonprofit Relief Funds
Now that the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act has been signed into law, Independent Sector has teamed with Washington Council Ernst & Young, a DC-based lobbying firm, to aid nonprofit organizations scrambling to determine how the act will apply to their organizations and how to proceed with filing for assistance. INFO: independentsector.org/resource/caresact

COVID-19 Economic Impact Study
The survey from Americans for the Arts will capture a broad spectrum of data and stories that will collect how the arts and culture workers triumphed and survived this crisis as well as the effect of the outbreak on operations through cancelled events, lost wages, and additional expenses. INFO: surveys.americansforthearts.org/s3/CoronavirusImpactSurvey

The Nonprofit Finance Fund: COVID-19 Tools and Resources for Nonprofits
This toolkit is for nonprofits struggling to stay afloat during this time. Resources include links on how to secure funding, write grants and more.

Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture
The Office of Arts and Culture wants to ensure the sector has resources that are relevant during this time, including information on the agency's funding programs. INFO: phoenix.gov/arts

Small Business Administration
Small business owners, including arts and cultural nonprofits in Arizona are currently eligible to apply for a low-interest loan due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) from the Small Business Administration (SBA). The SBA's Economic Injury Disaster Loan program provides small businesses with working capital loans of up to $2 million that can provide vital economic support to small businesses to help overcome the temporary loss of revenue they are experiencing. INFO: disasterloan.sba.gov/ela


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​COVID-19 T​esting

Individuals should work with their healthcare provider about testing. If you are an AHCCCS member who is experiencing flu-like symptoms, please call the 24-hour Nurse Line for your health plan (listed below):

24-Hour Nurse Line Numbers by Health Plan
1-866-534-5963  Arizona Complete Health (ACC & RBHA)
1-888-747-7990  Banner (ACC & LTC)  
1-800-746-3163  Care1st 
1-800-201-1795   CMDP 
1-844-770-9500  DDD AIHP 
1-855-458-0622  Health Choice Arizona (ACC & RBHA) 
1-800-424-5891   Magellan
1-800-624-3879  Mercy Care (ACC & LTC)
1-800-564-5465  Mercy Care (RBHA) 
1-877-440-0255  UnitedHealthcare (ACC & LTC)

Commercial Testing
LabCorp COVID-19 Testing (PDF)
SonoraQuest COVID-19 Testing


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Senior Meals

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: phoenix.gov/humanservices/programs/older/senior-centers

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 following website: INFO: aaaphx.org/program-services/24-hour-senior-help-line​

Arizona Commodity Senior Food Program
The Arizona Commodity Senior Food Program (CSFP) is a federal 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
Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 9229 N. Fourth St. Phoenix, AZ 85020. Desert Mission Food Bank offers free emergency, senior food bo​xes (and infants). Proof of address and ID is required. INFO: desertmission.com/programs/food-bank


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Student Meals

Maricopa County School Food Distribution Sites

See online map updated by individual school locations.

Alhambra Elementary Unified School District
The district will distribute sack breakfasts and lunches from 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. at all Alhambra schools Monday through Fridays while closed. The district said it has 25 locations where meals will be distributed. INFO: alhambraesd.org

Balsz Elementary School District
Balsz School District will distribute sack breakfasts and lunches from 7:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at Tillman Middle School, 4309 E. Belleview St. (off of 44th St.), starting Tuesday, March 17. INFO: balsz.org

Cartwright School District
The Cartwright School District will be providing breakfast and lunch for free to any individual under the age of 18 starting March 17, 2020. The meals will be served in a "grab-and-go" method to allow for faster service. INFO: csd83.org

Creighton Elementary School District
Creighton Elementary School District will be offering free breakfast and lunch to all children 18 years and younger on a grab and go basis. Families can drive or walk-up to the outside of all 8 of our school front offices to grab both meals at once between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.. Adult meals can be purchased for $1 for breakfast and $2 for lunch. No paperwork is required and meals are to be consumed off-site. INFO: creightonschools.org

Deer Valley Unified School District
DVUSD will offer free grab-and-go school breakfasts and lunches to children ages 18 and under in our community beginning Monday, March 23. Meals will be distributed from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Monday – Friday at DVUSD school and community locations. INFO: dvusd.org

Fowler Elementary School District
Fowler Elementary is delivering breakfast and lunch to various bus stops. INFO: fesd.org

Isaac School District
School officials will serve breakfast and lunch to all children during the closure at all Isaac schools. Breakfast will be served from 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. and lunch will be served between 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Students do not have to be enrolled at ISD. Also, meals will be provided at bus stops shown on this mapSee meal routes. INFO: isaacschools.org

Kyrene School District
The Kyrene School District said they will be providing bagged meals for any child 18 years old and under beginning Tuesday, March 17 at various pick-up locations. Follow link for locations. Each bag will include a cold breakfast and lunch. Please call (480) 541-1660 or email foodservice@kyrene.org with any questions. INFO: kyrene.org

Laveen Elementary School District
LESD is providing free breakfast and lunch to all children between the ages of one and 18 on a grab & go basis. Families may stop by any of our schools (except Vista) between the hours of 7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. for breakfast and 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. for lunch. Children must be present to take a meal. Adult meals are not available. Families do not need to register for meals and there are no income requirements. INFO: laveenschools.org

Madison Elementary School District
Beginning Monday March 23, breakfast and lunch will be available at the Madison Camelview campus to any child under the age of 18. They do not need to be on the Free or Reduced priced meal program to participate. Breakfast will be available from 7:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Lunch will be available from 11:00 a.m. – Noon. INFO: madisonaz.org

Murphy Elementary School District
Beginning, Tuesday, March 17 and until further notice, the Murphy Elementary School District will be utilizing a curb side meal service for our students and community. We will be offering breakfast and lunch to all children 18 years old and younger. Families may stop by their local school between 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. for breakfast and 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. for lunch. Adult meals are available at $2.00 each. INFO: msdaz.org

Osborn School District
The district will serve meals to students starting March 17th and is still finalizing details. INFO: osbornnet.org

Paradise Valley Unified School District
Starting on Monday, March 23, PV Schools Nutrition & Wellness will begin providing meals to any child 18 years of age or younger, regardless of application status or school enrollment. Per USDA regulations, all children must be present at the time when picking up meals. INFO: pvschools.net

Pendergast Elementary School District
All twelve school sites within the district are providing a grab and go breakfast and lunch meal. The sites will be open from 8:30 a.m. to Noon for the grab and go meals at the entrances of each of our cafeterias. Breakfast and lunch will be handed out during these hours.

In addition, our Food Service and Transportation Departments will be collaborating and distributing meals via specified bus routes within each of our school campus communities. The mobile routes will begin at 10:30 a.m., with specific route locations and times. INFO: pesd92.org

Phoenix Union Elementary School District
Meals are being served from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. each weekday at Magnet Traditional and Garfield schools. Pickup will also begin Thursday, the 19th at Dunbar School. INFO: phxschools.org

Phoenix Union High School District
All PXU school cafeterias will open from 10:00 a.m. – Noon to serve food to any individual 18 years old or younger. INFO: phoenixunion.org

Roosevelt School District
Roosevelt School District will provide breakfast daily, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Lunch is being served Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. – Noon. All students 18 years of age and under are encouraged to come pick up meals daily. Drive-up or walk up and grab service. INFO: rsd66.org

Tolleson Elementary School District
TESD is offering meals Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. They also have Saturday options. INFO: tollesonschools.com

Tolleson Union High School District
Tolleson Union High School District is partnering with the Elementary Districts to distribute meals to all children. Meal service for all children 18 years old and younger, will begin on Wednesday, March 18. INFO: tuhsd.org

Washington Elementary School District
The WESD will provide free breakfast and lunch from 10:30 a.m. – noon March 23 – 27 at 13 sites. Meals will be available by drive-thru or pick up. Children can pick up one sack lunch for that afternoon and one sack breakfast for the following day. All children Follow link for pick up locations. INFO: wesdschools.org


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Family or Individual Meals

Andre House Dinner Service
Hours: Dinner (Saturday through Thursday 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.) Dinner service for individuals experiencing homelessness. Meals will be delivered in To-Go containers. 213 S. 11th Ave., Phoenix, 85007. (602) 255-0580. INFO: andrehouse.org

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: azfoodbanks.org

Harvest Compassion Center
Harvest Compassion Center offers families free groceries, hygiene items, clothing and baby items. The location in north Phoenix is open Monday, Wednesday and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. The Maryvale location is open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday from :00 a.m. –11:30 a.m. They are also looking for donations and volunteers under the age of 65. INFO: azfoodbanks.org

Hope for Hunger Food Bank
Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m.  Noon. 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: phoenixrescuemission.org/hope-for-hunger

Interfaith Cooperative Ministries
ICM 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.

Neighborhood Ministries Inc.
Serves meals to families only. Provides hot meals. Fridays 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Walk-ins served. No referral required. Photo ID and proof of address. 1918 W. Van Buren St., Phoenix, 85009. (602) 252-5225. INFO: nmphx.com/programs/food-clothing-bank

Salvation Army
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 toilet paper, feminine products, food and other things that seem to be sparse right now. INFO: arizona.salvationarmy.org

Southwest Human Development
Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Southwest Human Development is offering free, grab-and-go meals through the end of school closures for families with children. Drive-through and receive breakfast and lunch all in one bag to go. INFO:​ swhd.org

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: stvincentdepaul.net

United Food Bank's Help Yourself Food Distribution​
Each Friday, from 8:00 a.m. – Noon, those with an "immediate need" can visit United Food Bank's Help YourSelf Co-Op to receive food, as long as supplies last. The food bank is located at 358 E. Javelina Ave., Mesa. INFO: unitedfoodbank.org


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Food Pantries

Desert Christian Fellowship
Food boxes Sun 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Walk-ins served. No referral required. 1445 W. Northern Ave. Phoenix, 85021. (602) 861-4008. INFO: dcf-phx.com

Living Streams Church Food Pantry
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Walk-ins served. No referral required. Please bring in a photo ID. 7000 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, 85020. (602) 957-7500. INFO: livingstreams.org


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Nutrition Assistance

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: azdhs.gov/prevention/azwic


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Affordable Housing

Chicanos por la Causa 
Offers housing repair program, some utility assistance, and safe, affordable housing options INFO: cplc.org

Save Our Home AZ 
Offers two foreclosure prevention programs: Monthly Mortgage Assistance Program and Principal Reduction Program. Both assist unemployed and underemployed Arizona  homeowners. Must meet certain requirements. INFO: housing.az.gov/save-our-home


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Emergency Rent, Utility, or Eviction

Arizona Department of Housing
Special COVID-19 rental assistance funding from the Arizona Department of Housing. INFO: housing.az.gov

Landlord and Tenant Program
The City of Phoenix Human Services Department Landlord and Tenant Program provides one-on-one counseling and education regarding the Arizona Residential Landlord Tenant Act. Walk-in appointments at the Travis L. Williams Family Services Center have been temporarily suspended, however telephone appointments and email communication will continue to be offered in both English and Spanish. To request a telephone appointment, please call (602) 262-7210 or email landlord.tenant.hsd@phoenix.gov INFO: phoenix.gov/humanservices/programs/landlord-tenant-counseling

Emergency Rent and Utility Assistance and Eviction Prevention Services​
The City of Phoenix Human Services Department Family Services Centers provide emergency utility and rent financial assistance to low income households, including prioritized support for seniors, persons with disabilities, and families with young children. Eviction prevention services upon receiving a five-day notice is also available. To request an appointment, call (602) 534-AIDE (2433) beginning at 8:00 a.m. each Monday, excluding holidays. Applicants must be a Phoenix resident and assistance may be restricted to once per 12-month period. INFO: phoenix.gov/humanservices/programs/emergency


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Parenting Resources

American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
National professional medical association dedicated to treating and improving the quality of life for children, adolescents, and families affected by these disorders. Publishes "Facts for Families" to provide concise and up-to-date information on issues that affect children, teenagers, and their families, and offers AACAP Resource Centers to empower consumers through patient education. INFO: aacap.org

American Association of Poison Control
Provides emergency evaluations over the phone and information regarding unintentional ingestion of unknown or known substances or insect bites. (602) 253-3334. INFO: aapcc.org

Arizona Child Care Resource & Referral
Provides free information about community trainings and resources for child care providers and the early childhood community via telephone or online search. (800) 308-9000. INFO: azccrr.com

Children's Action Alliance
Children’s Action Alliance is a non-profit, non-partisan research, education and advocacy organization dedicated to promoting the well-being of Arizona’s children and families. They provide information and referrals designed the meet the needs of children and families. (602) 266-0707. INFO: azchildren.org


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Healthcare

Circle the City 
Circle the city provides healthcare solutions that compassionately address the needs of men, women, and children facing homelessness. INFO: https://www.circlethecity.org 


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Other Help

Duet Arizona​
Provides health and well-being assistance to home-bound adults, family caregivers, faith communities and grand-families. Some of its services include grocery shopping assistance, small home repairs, transportation to medical appointments and other support. "Duet is a partner in health and aging to older adults, one of the most-at-risk populations of the COVID-19 virus," Shelly Everson, Duet PR and marketing coordinator said. Duet Arizona offers services in Phoenix, Fountain Hills, Glendale, Paradise Valley, Peoria and Scottsdale. INFO: duetaz.org

YMCA Emergency Child Care During School Closures
Providing safe and enjoyable emergency child care. INFO: valleyymca.org/emergency-child-care

Findhelp.org
Find food assistance, help paying bills, and other free or reduced cost programs that help people affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. INFO: findhelp.org

Find Help Phoenix
Find Help Phoenix is an easy way to find health and social services in Maricopa County. Users can look for medical services, legal help, affordable housing, and much more. INFO: findhelpphx.org

Mortgage Information
For Phoenix residents with questions regarding Mortgage, Mortgage Payments, and Forbearance. The link is a guide built by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and contains helpful links and information regarding Mortgage Relief options: INFO: consumerfinance.gov/coronavirus

Social Security Beneficiaries: Department of Treasury
The U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service have announced that Social Security beneficiaries who are not typically required to file tax returns will not need to file to receive their Economic Impact Payment. Learn more on the U.S. Department of the Treasury. INFO: home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/sm967

Southwest Network
Provides behavioral health services to the people of Maricopa County Arizona. INFO: southwestnetwork.org/ni

Mountain Park Health Center
List of community resources for the community. INFO: mountainparkhealth.org/coronavirus/covid19-resources

Educare Arizona
Educare Arizona has a mission of helping children from families struggling with poverty to be healthier, better educated and have a greater chance for success. .educarearizona.org


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For Individual Artists

The Actors Fund
The Actors Fund offers emergency financial assistance that helps artists in the performing arts and entertainment field in need. INFO: actorsfund.org​

The Arts and Culture Leaders of Color Emergency Fund
This fund is intended to help those pursuing careers as artists or arts administrators whose income has been directly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. This fund is for those who self-identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color).

CERF+ Artist Relief Grants
CERF+ was started by artists for artists in the community as a grassroots mutual aid effort. In light of the anticipated volume of requests for assistance, for the time-being, CERF+ 's emergency relief grants related to COVID-19 will focus on those infected with the virus that require intensive medical care. INFO: cerfplus.org/get-relief/apply-for-help

COVID-19 Freelance Artist Resources
This list is specifically designed to serve freelance artists, and those interested in supporting the independent artist community. This includes, but is not limited to, actors, designers, producers, technicians, stage managers, musicians, composers, choreographers, visual artists, filmmakers, craft artists, teaching artists, dancers, writers & playwrights, photographers, etc. INFO: covid19freelanceartistresource.wordpress.com

Emergency Relief Fund for Arizona Artists and Arts Professionals
Provides provide emergency relief grants of $500–$1,500 to artists and arts professionals experiencing cancelled events and residencies or terminated contracts due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Application portal will open Saturday, April 4, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. INFO: azarts.gov/grant/emergency-relief-fund

Foundation of Contemporary Arts Artist Relief Fund
Open to U.S.-based artists who've fallen on hard times because of the coronavirus outbreak. If you've had a performance or show canceled because of COVID-19, apply.

Sweet Relief Musicians Fund 
For musicians or music industry workers who lost 50% of your income, you're eligible to apply to this fund.

Musicians Foundation Fund 
For United States-based musicians who've been active for the past five years are eligible to apply for a microgrant. Keep in mind, this fund also asks for paperwork proving that most of your income has come from your work as a musician. We're also not sure how they define a "professional musician" but there is an email on the page where you can inquire for more information.

PEN American Writer's Emergency Fund 
For professional (published or produced) writers and editors who are in acute financial crisis. PEN America writes on their site that they'll be updating with more critical information on March 25.


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Student Loan Resources

Federal Student Aid Office of the U.S. Department of Education
Learn more about how the new CARES Act has provided broad relief to federal student loan borrowers including automatic forbearance and 0% interest on student loans through Sept. 30, 2020. INFO: studentaid.gov/announcements-events/coronavirus

The Institute of Student Loan Advisors (TISLA)
TISLA was created to ensure that all consumers have access to fair, free, student loan advice and dispute resolution. INFO: freestudentloanadvice.org

Student Aid Pandemic
Student Aid Pandemic provides up to the minute student guidance on student loans and financial aid during the COVID-19 pandemic. All services are free and no registration is required. INFO: studentaidpandemic.org


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More Resources Websites

Arizona Together
Resources list provided by the State of Arizona. See information about utilities, business information, and additional support organizations. INFO: ArizonaTogether.org​

Pets and COVID-19
Families include those members of the four-legged variety. Naturally, safeguarding them is important. INFO: CDC - Animals​ and American Veterinary Medical Association​ 

USAGov Resources
USAGov share how agencies across the federal government are responding to the COVID-19 outbreak. Helpful information is provided on the following topics: housing, education, travel, immigration, transportation, health, safety and much more. INFO: usa.gov/coronavirus


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Information Lines

  • 24/7 Behavioral Health Crisis by Mercy Care: (800) 631-1314 or (602) 222-9444 

  • EMPACT Crisis Hotline (480) 784-1500  

  • 24/7 National Suicide Prevention Hotline (800) 273-8255 (TALK)

  • 24/7 National Sexual Assault Hotline (800) 656-7673 (HOPE)

  • 24/7 National LGBT Hotline (888) 843-4564 

  • 24/7 Senior Help Line, (602) 264-4357 

  • 24/7 Help for Homeless Veterans (877) 424-3838 (4AID-VET)

  • 24/7 Teenagers and Young Adults (602) 841-5799

  • Teen Lifeline (602) 248-8336 (TEEN) 

  • Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) (866) 232-8484. Speak with licensed social workers who are trained in dementia care to assist callers with topics/questions about combating isolation, keeping engaged, washing tips, caregiver stress, whether family members should visit during this time, items to have in the home, and more.


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​Subcommittee to address President Trump’s executive orders regarding immigration reform

​Subcommittee to address President Trump’s executive orders regarding immigration reform

​Subcommittee to address President Trump’s executive orders regarding immigration reform

​Subcommittee to address President Trump’s executive orders regarding immigration reform