Links to other Resources / Guides


Affordable Housing website - https://www.socialserve.com/

This is a website for affordable housing locations all over the United States. This website has a search engine set up and can be used to help people find affordable housing in any locations.

Arizona 2-1-1 - Get Connected. Get Answers – Community Information and Referral Services: http://www.211arizona.org/cochise/

Dial 2-1-1 within Arizona or 877-211-8661 from anywhere in the United States to find help as soon as

possible. Search the 2-1-1 Arizona Resource Database to find the help you need

Arizona Blind/Visual Impairment Resources

https://www.bie.edu/cs/groups/xbie/documents/text/idc-008234.pdf

Arizona Coalition for Military Families – Navigation Guides http://arizonacoalition.org/network/navigator-guides/county-overview/cochise-county-quickstart- guide/

This is a starting point for service members, veterans and family members living in or near Cochise County. Prepared by the Arizona Coalition for Military Families, Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services, Arizona National Guard & US Department of Veterans Affairs. This inventory includes demographics and a starting point for key military, government and community resources available to service members, veterans and

family members in each county. Programs may have eligibility guidelines.

Arizona Resource Guide for Supporting Children with Life-Threatening Food Allergies http://www.azdhs.gov/documents/prevention/azwic/food-allergies-resource-guide.pdf The first part of this guide is intended to give the reader general information about allergies, the importance of prevention and general considerations when planning meals and snacks

for children with life-threatening allergies.

Assisted Living in Arizona (Assisted Living Research Institute) https://www.assistedliving.org/arizona/

With different types of care, laws, regulations, staffing requirements, and financial assistance, Assisted Living is inevitably different from state to state. In order to help older adults navigate through all the differences, the Assisted Living Research Institute created an in-depth and comprehensive guide for every single state in the U.S. In addition to insights from experts and older adults living in assisted living

communities from each state, we gathered all the available data, research, and news with the intention to provide seniors with all the knowledge they need to know about assisted living in their state.

AZLINKS.gov

https://azdaars.getcare.com/consumer/

AZLINKS offers assistance and information on aging and disability to seniors, people with disabilities, caregivers, friends, family members, and professionals assisting others.

State Resource Guide Arizona 09/27/13 https://www.mda.org/sites/default/files/guide_stateresource-az2013.pdf

The 2013 Blue Pages – Arizona’s Disability Resource Guide

http://www.raisingspecialkids.org/_media/uploaded/b/0e2316635_1374683358_blue-pages.pdf

Raising Special Kids Resources

http://www.raisingspecialkids.org/resources/resource-dir/

Children’s Action Alliance – Health Care Resources for Arizona’s Low Income and Uninsured Families June 2014 Edition

English http://azchildren.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Health-Manual-2014-English-for-print- reduced-size.pdf

Spanish - http://azchildren.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Health-Manual-2014-SPANISH.pdf

This manual provides detailed information about how families can access health care coverage and other benefits through AHCCCS (Arizona’s Medicaid agency) and the health insurance Marketplace. A family’s income will determine whether they qualify for an AHCCCS medical programs or subsidies to lower the cost

of a health insurance plan purchased through the Health Insurance Marketplace.

Community Resources for individuals with Disabilities – Produced by the City of Sierra Vista Public Affairs Office 02/2016

http://www.cochise.edu/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Community-Resource-List.pdf

First Things First - Cochise County 2nd Edition Resource Guide (2013) http://www.azftf.gov/RPCCouncilPublicationsCenter/Resource%20Guide%20-%20Cochise.pdf

First Things First (FTF), approved by Arizona voters, works to ensure that our youngest children have access to quality early childhood experiences, so they will start school healthy and ready to succeed. Across the state, regional partnership councils – in collaboration with local leaders – identify the educational and health needs of children from birth through five in their communities and fund strategies to address those

needs.

Department of Economic Security – Services Provided by DES (Revised 08/18)

https://des.az.gov/sites/default/files/Services-Provided-by-DES.pdf

This booklet briefly describes the purpose and eligibility for each client service provided by the major organizational divisions of DES.

Federal Resources for Rural Communities to Help Address Substance Use Disorder and Opioid Misuse (Oct. 2018)

Guide: https://www.rd.usda.gov/files/RuralResourceGuide.pdf

Article: USDA and ONDCP Unveil Latest Tool to Help Rural Communities Address the Opioid Epidemic

The Rural Resource Guide to Help Communities Address Substance Use Disorder and Opioid Misuse (PDF,

1.7 MB) is a first-of-its-kind, one-stop-shop for rural leaders looking for Federal funding and partnership opportunities.

Fort Huachuca Community Online Resource Guide https://crg.amedd.army.mil/guides/tradoc/huachuca/Pages/default.aspx https://crg.amedd.army.mil/guides/tradoc/huachuca/Pages/provider.aspx

Fort Huachuca is committed to building a strong and healthy community that supports Military Service Members, Families, DA Civilians and Retirees. This guide contains a list of resources available to members of this US military community. It does not provide exhaustive information about each resource. Instead, it provides just enough information for you to quickly determine what resources are available to serve your

needs.

SEAGO Elder Resource Directories (Cochise Revised 05/25/18, Santa Cruz-Revised 11/01/17, Graham/Greenlee-Revised 04/10/18)

https://www.seago.org/area-agency-on-aging

The SEAGO Area Agency on Aging has elder resource directories for the four-county region and will assist individuals by telephone to identify the most appropriate program or service to meet their need. If you need assistance, please call 520-432-2528 Ext. 220. These resource directories also provide information about benefits such as Medicare, and other health related programs, and the SEAGO AAA will provide application assistance for these programs on request.