Resources

This page is intended to serve as a guide to resources for Covid-19-related services. If you have feedback on these links or would like to share information with us, click here.

PIMA COUNTY SERVICES:  

Apply for rental assistance:  tucsonpimaep.com

Learn about your rights in an eviction process:  azevictionhelp.org

Contact a crisis counselor:  crisisnewtwork.org      

Get legal assistance: sazlegalaid.org or stepuptojustice.org

Find a food bank near you:  www.azfoodbanks.org/index.php/foodbank/index/

Apply for unemployment insurance online: des.az.gov/services/employment/unemployment-individual 
Or Call 1 (877) 600-2722

Call the 24-Hour senior help line: 602-264-4357(HELP)
Area Agency on Aging offers help with navigating resources for seniors, including grocery delivery.

PROTECTING IMMIGRANT FAMILIES [Know Your Rights]:

Note: On March 13, USCIS announced that COVID-19 testing, prevention, or treatment would NOT be used against immigrants in a public charge test. This means that immigrant families should seek the care they need during this difficult time. 

Ojo: El 13 de Marzo, el Departamento de Servicio de Ciudadanía e Inmigración de Estados Unidos (USCIS, por sus siglas en inglés) anunció que la utilización de servicios relacionados con la COVID-19 -- inclusive pruebas, prevención y tratamiento -- no será considerada como evidencia en contra de los inmigrantes en términos de "cargo público."  Esto implica que TODOS deben buscar e utilizar el cuidado que necesitan durante este tiempo difícil.  

ENGLISH ESPAÑOL
Screen_Shot_2020-04-01_at_5.58.06_AM.png Carga Pública: ¿Aplica en mi Caso?
   
Should I Keep My Kids Enrolled? Debo Mantener a Mis Hijo Inscrito?
   
Know Your Rights! ¡Conozca sus Derechos!
   
You Have Rights - Protect Your Health [Traducción en proceso]