Valley Resources To Assist With Unemployment, Healthcare & More


Here you'll find resources to help you navigate through the coronavirus crisis as you stay home and social distance to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in Arizona.

Resources range from national CDC information, local news on coronavirus numbers and resources for small businesses, food bank information & community assistance to name a few:

CDC Information:

AZ Health Department Information:

Employment & Financial Assistance:

Homeowner & Renter Assistance:

Children & Parents:

Arizona Small Business Information:

Domestic Violence Resources and Referrals

  • State/National/Legal Services: Click Here
  • Phone Numbers: 
    • Emergency: 9 - 1- 1
    • Non Emergency/Crime Stop: 602-262-6151
    • Request a copy of Police Reports: 602-534-1127
    • Silent Witness: 480-WITNESS or 1-800-343-TIPS
  • Advocacy Centers
    • Advocacy Centers provide many services to victims and their families, including Orders of Protection, medical examinations and documentation, child protective services, victim advocacy and crisis counseling.
  • City of Phoenix Family Advocacy Center: 602-534-2120
  • 2120 N. Central Avenue, Suite 250, Phoenix 
  • Mesa Center Against Family Violence: 480-644-4075
  • 130 N. Robson, Mesa 
  • Glendale Family Advocacy Center: ​ 623-930-3720
  • 4600 W. Glendale Avenue, Glendale  
  • Scottsdale Family Advocacy Center: 480-312-6309
  • 10225 E. Via Linda, Scottsdale  
  • Southwest Family Southwest Family Advocacy Center: 623-333-7900
  • Email: swfac@avondale.org 

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