People's Information Guide (Arizona Community Action Association)
Information on a variety of no-cost and low-cost programs and services.
Community Information & Referral - Bringing People and Services Together
A source of integrated information on health, human, and emergency services to meet vital needs in central and northern Arizona.
Arizona Self Help
A free and easy way to find out if your family can qualify and get help from 18 different health and human services programs.
Government Benefits - Your Benefits Connection
The official benefits website of the US government, with information on over 1,000 benefit and assistance programs.
Information and Services for individuals, families and businesses needing disaster recovery assistance.
Safe and Well - Disaster Registry
If you have been affected by a disaster, this website provides a way for you to register yourself as “safe and well” and for concerned family and friends to search the list of those who have registered themselves.
Next of Kin Registry
Provides the public a free proactive service to store your emergency contacts, next of kin and vital medical information that would be critical to emergency response agencies.
Arizona Regional Behavioral Health Authorities
Provides information on Arizona’s Tribal and Regional Behavioral Health Authorities.
National Mental Health Information Center
A clearinghouse for information on mental health programs, publications and resources.
National Center for PTSD
US Department of Veteran Affairs’ information on research, education and training for PTSD and stress-related disorders.
Emergency Financial First Aid Kit (EFFAK) and Personal Disaster Preparedness Guide (PDPG)
The EFFAK is a simple tool to help Americans minimize the financial impact of a natural disaster or national emergency. It helps users identify and organize key financial records and serves as a quick reference to their most important financial documents. The PDPG guides individuals through the survival and recovery steps to be taken prior to an emergency.
Homeowners Insurance Check-Up
A periodic review of your insurance coverage to make sure that you have the appropriate coverage in place. An annual check up will help avoid unpleasant surprises after a loss occurs.
National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)
The premier resource for information about floods, risk of financial loss due to flooding and flood insurance.
IRS Disaster Tax Relief
Lists tax relief recently granted by the IRS and provides links to other disaster-related resources.
State of Arizona
Department of Economic Security
Promotes the safety, well-being, and self sufficiency of children, adults, and families.
Department of Housing
Provides housing and community revitalization to benefit the people of Arizona.
Department of Insurance - Wildfire Information Wildfire insurance information and resources
Victims of Crime
Crime Victim Services (Arizona Criminal Justice Commission)
Information on the Crime Victim Compensation and the Crime Victim Assistance programs. The Crime Victim Assistance program provides grants to private non-profit or government agencies that deliver direct services to crime victims. The Crime Victim Compensation program is administered through ACJC but resides locally in each of Arizona's 15 county attorney's offices.
FEMA Disaster Recovery Internet Application
Applicant information and steps to take before, during and after you apply for disaster assistance.
FEMA Individual Assistance
Explanation of what disaster assistance is and what is available.
Small Business Administration Disaster Recovery Information on low-interest disaster loans for businesses of all sizes, homeowners and renters.
US Postal Service - Online Change of Address
Online movers guide and change of address form.
Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO)
Arizona Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (AzVOAD)
An umbrella organization that brings together voluntary organizations active in disaster to foster more effective service to the people of Arizona through: Communication, Coordination, Cooperation, Collaboration, Convening Mechanisms, Outreach, and Advocacy.
Volunteer Lawyers Program of Arizona
Matches attorneys who wish to do pro bono work with low-income clients in need of civil legal assistance.