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Phoenix-Area Community Resources Available to Patients

Patients Can Connect with Local Organizations to Support Their Overall Health and Well-Being

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Patients often do not have access to resources they need in order to maintain good health. Social determinants of health (SDOH) are the environments in which people are born, live, work and learn in that influence inequalities in access to healthcare and overall well-being. At the heart of Arizona Care Network is our care coordination team, a group of individuals who are committed to improving the overall health of our patients by connecting them to needed resources.

If you or a loved one are struggling to maintain good health because you need access to key resources such as food or housing, we encourage you to look through the list below. Still not finding the resources you need? The ACN concierge is available 24/7 and can answer any questions you may have. Contact the concierge by calling 602.406.7226 or e-mailing

Fire Department Non-Emergency Numbers



Mesa 480.644.2400
Chandler 480.253.1191
Tempe 480.967.7511
Gilbert 480.503.6500
Scottsdale 480.312.8911
Phoenix 602.495.5555


Adequate nourishment is crucial to maintaining your health. If you are struggling to access nutritious food, you may benefit from contacting one of the organizations listed below.


Location / Contact Information

AZCEND 345 S. California St. Chandler, AZ 85225
Matthew’s Crossing Food Bank 1368 N. Arizona Ave., Ste 112 Chandler, AZ 85225
Salvation Army Multiple locations across the Valley
Paz de Cristo 424 W. Broadway Rd. Mesa, AZ 85210
St. Mary’s Food Bank Multiple locations across the Valley
Chandler: 480.814.7778
Surprise, Phoenix (43rd Ave), Glendale: 602.242.3663
Borderlands Produce Rescue Program 270 W Produce Row, Nogales, AZ 85621

Home Delivered Meals

There are several meal delivery organizations across the Valley that provide hot meals to older adults and adults with disabilities who are homebound. If you or someone you love needs food delivery services, the local organizations below can help.


Location / Contact Information

Gilbert Senior Center’s Home Delivered Meals Program 130 N. Oak Street Gilbert, AZ 85233
City of Phoenix Senior Services 200 Washington, 17th Floor Phoenix, AZ 85003
Elderly Nutrition Program-Home Delivered Meals Area Agency on Aging Region I, Inc. 1366 East Thomas Road, Suite 108 Phoenix, AZ 85014
Inter-Tribal Council of Arizona 2214 N. Central Avenue Suite 100 Phoenix, AZ 85004

Compulsive Hoarding Resources


Contact Information

Arizona Hoarding Task Force 877.767.2385
Clutterer’s Anonymous 866.402.6685
International OCD Foundation 617.973.5801
Crisis Response Team 602.222.9444

HUD Housing

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) administers Federal aid to local housing agencies (HAs) who help residents find housing at a rate they can afford. The housing agencies around the Valley are listed below.


Phone Number

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) 602.379.4461
Maricopa Housing Authority 602.744.4500
Glendale Community Housing Service 623.930.2180
Peoria Housing 623.486.4375
City of Phoenix Housing 602.534.1974

Social Services – Community Action Agencies

Community Action Agencies provide utility and mortgage assistance, eviction or foreclosure prevention assistance, rental deposits, emergency shelter, food boxes/ other food and nutritional programs, and much more. CAA’s were originally created through the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 and now provide services to more than 150,000 people annually. Find the agency closest to you to access resources near you.


Contact Information

Phoenix 602.534.2433
Glendale 623.930.2854
Peoria 623.979.3911
Mesa 480.833.9200
Chandler 480.963.1423 x118
Gilbert 480.892.5331
Avondale 623.333.2707
Tolleson 623.936.2760
Buckeye 623.386.2588
DES Family Assistance Administration & Information Line 855.432.7587
Division of Developmental Disabilities 855.432.7587
Adult Protective Services (APS) 877.767.2385
Suicide Crisis Hotline 800.631.1314
Southwest Network 602.222.9444 Hotline or 800.631.1314
Warmline 602.347.1100

Step By Step Senior Solutions


Services Offered:

  • Senior Healthcare/Elder Advisors
  • Adult & Senior Placement/Relocation Services
  • Complete In Home Care Support Services
  • Mediation & Resolution Advisors
  • Dementia Care Advisors
  • ALTCS Services/POA & MPOA preparation/MSW Consultants
  • Hospice & Palliative Educators/Consultants
  • Group Home & Assisted Living Home Consultants
  • Independent Living, Assisted Living Center, Nursing Home, Memory Care & CCRC Consultants

Community Information and Referral Services

Transforms lives by linking individuals and families to vital community services throughout Arizona.

Senior Life Style Solutions

Request a home visit to further discuss qualifications to help minimize the cost of the following: Senior Health Insurance, Dental and other Supplemental Products; Life Insurance and Funeral Planning Assistance and At-Home Care Options, Annuities and Retirement Planning.

Office: 602.375.2400

Transportation Resources

The City of Phoenix provides alternative transportation for people with disabilities and older adults through its taxicab subsidy programs. Taxicab programs allow more flexibility for senior citizens and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) passengers, allowing them to plan trips based on their schedule.

For more information on the City of Phoenix’s alternative transportation programs, call MV Transportation at 602.801.1160.

The transportation programs available to passengers in the Phoenix area are listed below.



ADA Cab Provides taxi vouchers for people with disabilities to travel wherever they choose. Participants must be Phoenix residents and ADA-certified to participate. There is no age restriction on this program.
Senior Cab Provides taxi vouchers for Phoenix residents age 65 and older, to travel wherever they choose. Vouchers are sold in different amounts and provide about 60 to 70% in total savings.
Senior Center Shuttle Provides members of Phoenix’s senior centers flexible transportation between their personal residence and their nearest senior center during operating hours. Passengers should sign up for the service at their senior center.
Work Trip Vouchers Support travel to and from jobs for people with disabilities. The pick-up location and destination are pre-printed on the voucher and pick up times are set in advance.
Dialysis Trip Vouchers Support travel to and from medical centers for ongoing dialysis treatment.

Traveler’s / Transient Aid


Phone Number

St. Vincent de Paul 602.267.6852
Duet (once per week) 602.274.5022
Arizona Bridge to Independent Living (ABIL) 602.256.2245
American Red Cross 602.336.6660
Salvation Army 602.267.4122

Contact Arizona Care Network’s Concierge

If you still aren’t finding the resources you need from this list, the ACN concierge is available 24/7 to answer questions and connect you to the resources you need. Contact the concierge by calling 602.406.7226 or e-mailing

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