COVID-19 Resources for Arizonans


Arizona Department of Health Services — includes state related information about the illness and where to get a test.
Hotline: 1-844-542-8201

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – federal information on the COVID-19 crisis.


AZ Department of Economic Security (DES) Services – DES has set up a specific COVID-19 page with information and phone numbers. Please note that information for unemployment insurance benefits are provided on this website.These services include unemployment insurance benefits, services for the developmentally disabled, the Arizona early intervention program, cash, medical and nutrition assistance (food stamps), child case assistance, short-term crisis service and mortgage assistance.

Health-e-Arizona PLUSOnline application for nutrition assistance (food stamps), Medicaid (AHCCCS) and cash assistance.
Telephone assistance for the application: 1-855-432-7587

Arizona 211 – Arizona 211 has compiled a great list of resources in one place. Individuals can either call 211 from their phone or browse their website.

Community Action Agencies (CAA) – CAAs offer a wide variety of services, including rental assistance and general casework.

Senior Help Line – The Senior Help Line is the top resource for Arizona’s seniors and elderly. The hotline operates 24/7 and has a great library of resources to pull from.
24/7 Hotline Number: 602-264-4357

Food banks – This is a directory of food banks provided through the Arizona Food Bank Network.

Utilities and bill pay – Many utilities are offering assistance with bills including delayed shut offs for people who can’t afford to pay. You will need to call each specific company and inquire about what may be available to assist you.
•  SRP Customer Assistance: 602-236-8888
•  APS COVID-19 Information: 602-371-7171

Eviction assistance – The Arizona Department of Housing offers limited eviction assistance in certain zip codes, please refer to this website for further information.

Arizona landlord/tenant program – The landlord tenant program is provided through the City of Phoenix.


Public Schools – The AZ Department of Education has guidance for parents and schools on their website.

All public schools in District 28 are providing food services for any child under 18 years old. Please see specific district websites for details.

Legislative District 28 Public School District Information:
Phoenix Union High School
Glendale Unified School District
Paradise Valley Unified School District
Scottsdale Unified School District
Washington Elementary School District
Madison Elementary School District
Creighton School District


Arizona Governor’s Office – For questions specific to what the Governor is doing or the Governor’s executive orders, please refer them to the Governor’s website.

City of Phoenix – information about impacted services.

Small businesses in need of help – The Arizona Commerce Authority has set up a webpage with business specific resources.


What is the federal government doing? – For any questions related to the federal government and any aid they may approve, please contact your Congressional members. Please note that until a bill passes at the federal level, agencies don’t know how it’ll affect benefits including social security, Medicaid and food stamps.
U.S. Congressmen serving the Arizona State Legislative District 28 area:
Congressman Greg Stanton (CD9)
Congressman David Schweikert (CD6)
Arizona Senators
Senator Sinema
Senator McSally


What to do if your driver’s license is expiring – Here is text from the Motor Vehicle Services website:
“Driver License renewal requirements are extended six months from the expiration date for all Arizona driver licenses and driving permits that expire between March 1, 2020 and September 1, 2020.
For example, if a driver license expires on March 20, 2020, the new expiration date will be September 20, 2020.
Requirements to submit a medical clearance card for a commercial driver license are extended until September 1, 2020.”