If you are experiencing Financial Hardship as a result of COVID-19, here are the recommended steps to take in order to receive assistance:
1. Go to www.211arizona.org to see which resources specific to your needs are available to you (or call 877-211-8661)
2. See any additional resources here on our page
3. Reach out to the social service agency or company who can best assist with your specific needs
Rent and Utility Grants
City of Tucson COVID-19 Emergency Rent and Utility Assistance
We are One/Somos Uno Resiliency Fund for Workers and Families Experiencing Financial Hardship due to COVID-19
Grants up to $25,000 will provide up to two months of rent or mortgage payments due by small businesses headquartered in Arizona and which were directly impacted by Executive order 2020-43
Grants of $3,000 - $20,000 for 501(c)3 child care centers in Pima County and Santa Cruz County
Grants up to $10,000 available for DES certified or ADHS licensed provider
School Food and Learning Assistance
Meal Assistance for Children
Meal Assistance for All
Amphi School District
Sunnyside Unified School District
Sunnyside Unified School District will be offering grab and go breakfast and lunch for students under 18 starting March 23 7:30am-10am at the following locations:
Los Amigos Elementary
Mission Manor Elementary
Emergency Childcare for First Responders:
Brichta IELC 520-225-1100 or for school aged 520-225-1179
Schumaker IELC 520-731-5200 or for school aged 520-731-5206
Child care provider search
Early Childhood Coalition
Questions about the coronavirus, how to avoid coronavirus scams, and resources available for family caregivers. Check back daily for more information.
Pima Council on Aging (PCOA)
Call PCOA’s Helpline at 520-790-7262 to speak with a member of our staff about how we can assist you
Jewish Elder Access
Senior Housing, Home Repairs, Health Insurance, In-Home Support
Call 520-795-0300 Web: www.jfcstucson.org
Stores offering early hours for senior and vulnerable shoppers
Bank of America -The safety and health of our teammates and our customers are what matter most. Our entire team is ready and standing by to support you.
For the latest resources and information please visit our website.
File for unemployment and other economic security servicesThe safety and health of our teammates and our customers are what matter most. Our entire team is ready and standing by to support you. For the latest resources and information please visit our website
- The Governor announced efforts to expand federal food assistance programs in Arizona to would allow the purchase of hot meals with these benefits and result in timelier approval of eligibility.
- Governor Ducey issued an Executive Order requiring health care insurance companies to expand telemedicine coverage for all services that would normally be covered for an in-person visit. The order helps ensure that Arizonans who may be sick or under quarantine can access care from their homes and avoid potentially risky trips to a health care provider.
- It was announced that Arizona has received more than $5.3 million in grant funding from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to help Arizona communities provide meals for older adults. The dollars will support both meal delivery programs and programs serving senior centers.
- In addition, Governor Doug Ducey made a request to Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar to open a special enrollment period on the Federal Insurance Marketplace. If granted, the action would allow individuals who have recently lost a job or had their income reduced due to COVID-19 to access health care on the federal marketplace.
The Morris Institute for Justice offers helpful information (In English and Spanish) about benefits related to the following: