Referrals

Below are many useful referrals and resources. The resources are listed by category. However, a good place to start your search might be the Community Information and Referral and Benefits Checkup links below. The National Volunteer Caregiving Network (Formerly Faith in Action) maintains a national website so you can find volunteer services in any state.

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Benefits CheckUp will help you find programs for people 55 and older. These programs may pay for some of the cost of:

Use the link below to find benefits you or a family member may be eligible to receive.

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Referral Categories

Adult Day Health Care

Counseling

Elder Abuse

Emergency

Energy

Equipment/Medical Supplies

Food Commodities/Box

Hearing Impairment

Home Repair/Modification/Weatherization

Housing

Information and Referral Services

Legal Services

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Live-In/Homemaker/Home Health Services

Meals Delivered to Home

Senior Centers

Support Groups

Telephone Reassurance

Transportation (See also Volunteer Programs below)

Note:  Comtrans, 602-231-0102, provides transportation to people with mental illness through their Magellan or SW Behavioral health case mgr.

Vision Impairment

Volunteer Programs:  These nonprofit organizations serve homebound adults with transportation, shopping, and various in-home services:

View a map that shows volunteer programs by geographic service area