Abbreviated list of Arizona service organizations
Arizona State BarServes the public by providing resources to find lawyers, certified specialists, free legal assistance, consumer brochures and legal links.Arizona State Bar

4201 N. 24th St., Suite 100 Phoenix, AZ 85016-6266

AZ State Bar
Defenders of ChildrenOur mission is to provide assistance on a case-by-case basis to abused (or allegedly abused) children where there is compelling evidence of ongoing abuse or denial of rights. Defenders works to ensure the safety of children and their rights to a healthy living environment. Our mission, further, is to provide an educational outreach to adults and child welfare professionals most likely to intervene and ensure that child abuse will be prevented.Defenders of Children

PO Box 10128 Phoenix, AZ 85064

1-602-710-1903Defenders of Children
Arizona 211 OnlineServes the public by making it easy to find resources from child care, jobs, health care, and insurance.Arizona 2-1-1

2200 N. Central Ave. Suite 211 Phoenix, AZ 85004-1431

1-877-211-8661AZ 2-1-1
Cash Assistance ProgramThe Cash Assistance Program provides temporary cash benefits and supportive services to the neediest of Arizona’s children and their families.Dept of Economic Security

PO Box 23167 Phoenix, AZ 85063

Cash Assistance Program
Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS)AHCCCS offers medical programs and resources to serve Arizona residents who meet certain income and other requirementsAHCCCS Administration

801 E. Jefferson Street MD 4100 Phoenix, AZ 85034

1-602-417-4000 1-800-654-8713
Volunteer Lawyers Program of Southern Arizona Legal AidThe Volunteer Lawyers Program of Southern Arizona Legal Aid matches attorneys who wish to do pro bono work with low-income clients in need of civil legal assistance.The Volunteer Lawyers Program

2343 E Broadway Blvd., Suite 200 Tucson, AZ 85719
Tucson, AZ 85701

520-623-9465 1-800-640-9465VLPA
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)Utility assistance programs available from the federal and state governments and from utility companies are coordinated to help low-income households meet their energy needs.City of Phoenix Human Services

200 W. Washington St. 18th Floor Phoenix, AZ 85003

Child Protective Services, Child Abuse HotlineThe Hotline receives information regarding physical, sexual or emotional abuse, neglect exploitation or abandonment of children by a parent, guardian or custodian.Division of Children Youth and Families

PO Box 6123 Site Code 940A Phoenix, AZ 85005-6123

1-888-767-2445Child Abuse Hotline
Arizona Job ConnectionA network of public employment offices providing placement services to job seekers and labor force recruitment services to employers.Employment Service-PHX

815 N 18th St. Phoenix, AZ 85006

1-602-307-9016Arizona Job Connection
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