Neighbors helping neighbors
Sometimes the best place to get help is close to home. That’s why Mercy Care wants to connect you with local resources. Here are some community groups and government resources you may find helpful.
Aging and Disability (ADRC)
AZ Links is Arizona's Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC), created to help Arizona seniors, people with disabilities, caregivers and family members locate resources and services that meet their needs.
AZ Links is the website for Arizona's Aging and Disability Resource Consortium (ADRC). AZ Links helps seniors, people with disabilities, caregivers, and family members locate resources and services.
Arizona at Your Service
Official site of the State of Arizona Information.
Arizona Early Intervention Program (AzEIP)
For families with kids under age 3 who have disabilities or delays.
Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS)
Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System is the state agency that manages the Medicaid program in Arizona using federal and state funds. AHCCCS contracts with managed-care health plans to deliver medical services to eligible members.
Arizona’s Smokers Helpline
Help for people who want to stop smoking at no charge.
Behavioral Health Services
An overview of public behavioral health services. Also includes links to the state’s Regional Behavioral Health Authorities (RBHAs).
Bureau of Tobacco Education and Prevention
Information about how to prevent tobacco use, especially in children.
Community Information and Referral
If you need help finding a place to live, getting food or buying school clothes for your children, please call 602-263-8856 or 800-352-3792, or visit www.cirs.org.
Department of Economic Security
Provides assistance services and programs.
Head Start Programs
Helps prepare children for school. Multiple locations statewide. After clicking on the link above, please enter Head Start Program into the “New Search” keyword box.
Healthy Arizona connects individuals and families to coverage, benefits, and services.
Women, Infants & Children (WIC)
Federally funded program providing residents with nutritious food, nutrition education and referrals. WIC serves pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, and infants and children under age 5 who meet WIC guidelines.