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Promotes understanding of aging and long-term care needs and services as advocates and leaders in developing policies and resources
Promotes economic self-sufficiency for low-income people through collaborations
Dedicated to engaging and mobilizing faith communities to improve the quality of life for our most vulnerable impoverished people
Collaboration of families, non-profits, community organizations and governments working to end child hunger in Arizona
Free and easy way to find out if your family can help from 31 different health and human services programs
Initiative to educate, equip and engage faith and community organizations to help families during these challenging times
Includes listings for food banks, pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and other facilities that distribute emergency food
For adults 55 and older or adults with disabilities. Screens for eligibility in 70 federal and state programs
Finds programs that help save money on health care, medication, food, utilities, children’s health costs and more
Statewide program in Arizona that helps families find child care
A single on-line application for Medical, Cash, and Nutrition Assistance
Information on a variety of low-cost and free services and programs available to low-income families and individuals
Learn more about the Affordable Care Act in a Power Point presentation created by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Government representatives say the act expands access to care, ends abuses of insurers, and makes health care more affordable.
Arizona’s state human services agency – strengthening individuals and families, increasing self-sufficiency, and developing the capacity of communities
Connecting individuals, families and organizations to aging and disability resources and information across Arizona
Location and contact information for emergency food assistance in Arizona
Quality early childhood development and health
An online system that offers Arizona families an easy and secure way to access information about Medical, Cash and Nutrition Assistance
The USDA recently changed dietary guidelines. For updated information, download this “My Plate” Power Point presentation created by two nursing students, who also served as Duet interns.