Phoenix Landlord & Tenant Program – can learn more at https://www.phoenix.gov/humanservices/programs/landlord-tenant-counseling or by calling 602-262-7210 to speak with one of our Landlord and Tenant Counselors
Emergency Rental & Utility Assistance for Seniors - Households with a member age 60 or over may contact the Senior Services Intake line at 602-262-6631 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Utilities – City of Phoenix Human Services: https://www.phoenix.gov/humanservices/programs/emergency
Rental Eviction Prevention Assistance Program (State Housing Dept.) - Apply at: www.azhousing.gov
Interested applicants who do not have computer access can call their local Community Action Agency to initiate an application over the telephone.
COVID19 Legal Resource Page: https://covid19.azlawhelp.org
Save Our Home AZ (State foreclosure assistance initiative):
SOHAZ Program questions may be directed to the Arizona Department of Housing, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. by calling (602) 771-1000 or by visiting housing.az.gov/save-our-home
View information on the SOHAZ program HERE- https://housing.az.gov/save-our-home
The Arizona Department of Housing also operates a toll-free hotline staffed with housing counselors to answer questions about housing in Arizona.
To reach a housing counselor toll free, Arizonans can call: 1-877-448-1211.
Other areas – find your Community Action Agency here:
CPLC Rental & Housing Questions:
Info about Rental & Housing Questions, plus services available through CPLC's Housing Counseling Program (Phx 602-253-0838 & Tucson 520-882-0018)
Community Legal Services has a series of resources and forms for tenants affected by COVID-19 – including requests for postponement of evictions - https://clsaz.org; 1-800-852-9075
COVID19 Scams/Fraud (Federal Trade Commission):
Masks, Food, Family Supplies: Mountain Park has a critical need for N95 face masks. If you know of any organizations will to donate or sell their supply, please let me know. We are also doing our best to combat food insecurity for our patients and the community and accepting donated food and produce. Lastly, if you yourself or your organization has any resources that could be donated including food, diapers, wipes, Similac formula, etc., we are working to have some of these emergency supplies for patients. Contact Sydney Rood at firstname.lastname@example.org or (602) 299-6233 for details
Register to Volunteer (through #AZTogether):
Medical Volunteers: (from #AZ Together):
Donate Blood: https://bloodhero.com
Request Volunteer Support (from #AZTogether):
AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund - Nonprofit Funding Request for COVID-19 Support Initiatives:
ASU Lodestar Center Update: https://lodestar.asu.edu/content/coronavirus-faq-how-lodestar-center-responding-covid-19
Alliance of AZ Nonprofits Update on Stimulus Package:
FCC “Keep Americans Connected” pledge in which communication companies will waive late fees, not cutoff service for lack of payment, and open hot-spots for increased accessibility to the internet. Visit >https://docs.fcc.gov/public/attachments/DOC-363033A1.pdf for information.
Access from AT&T and learn more about AT&T’s COVID-19 response. https://m.att.com/shopmobile/internet/access/
Suddenlink-https://www.suddenlink.com/coronavirus-Learn more about how they are connecting our communities.
Sparklight (formerly CableOne) www. http://one2one.sparklight.com/ will be making unlimited data available on all internet services for the next 30 days and waiving late fees for its customers for the next 60 days.
CenturyLink https://news.centurylink.com/covid-19 has committed to waive late fees and to not terminate a residential or small business customer’s service due to financial circumstances associated with COVID-19. They are also suspending data usage limits for consumer customers during this time period due to COVID-19.
Cox Communications is expanding their hot spots and strengthening their wi-fi so that students who don’t already have internet can find in various locations. Free access to over 650,000 Wi-Fi hot spots. Visit https://www.cox.com/residential/internet/learn/cox-hotspots.html
Comcast- New Internet Essentials customers will receive two free months of Internet service, which is available to all qualified low-income households for $9.95/month plus tax. Apply by April 30, 2020. Signing up is easy and fast from your mobile device, go to: https://apply.internetessentials.com
Xfinity WiFi-Free for Everyone-Xfinity WiFi hotspots across the country will be available to anyone who needs them for free – including non-Xfinity Internet subscribers. Learn more here https://wifi.xfinity.com/
New grant funding available to help Phoenix small businesses impacted by COVID-19.
he Phoenix IDA, in coordination with the City of Phoenix and a growing list of funders, is offering grants up to $10,000* to local small businesses experiencing economic distress and sudden loss of revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Relief grants are intended to help for-profit small businesses keep employees on payroll and meet other necessary operating costs. Preference will be given to small businesses located in economically distressed areas of Phoenix.
Fund partners include Arizona Community Foundation, Arizona Public Service, and the Phoenix Community Development and Investment Corporation.