Reliable Sources of COVID-19 Information:

Where People Who Have Disabilities Can Go to Find Answers

Local Resource Websites

Arizona Department of Health Services:

Mental Health Resources in Arizona:

National Resource Websites

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):

Administration for Community Living:

The President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America:

COVID-19- A Consumer’s Guide to the Coronavirus (Drugwatch):

Disability Specific Information

Resources for Individuals Who Have Developmental Disabilities

Plain Language Booklet on COVID-19 by Green Mountain Self-Advocates

Centers for Independent Living in Arizona


ASSIST! to Independence
Tuba City

DIRECT Center for Independence

New Horizons Disability Empowerment Center (NHDEC)
Prescott Valley

Services Maximizing Independent Living and Empowerment (SMILE)

Looking for a Center for Independent Living outside of Arizona?

Find a full list on the ILRU website.

Centers for Independent Living provide these CORE services:

Information & referral

Independent living skills training

Individual and systems advocacy

Peer counseling

Transition assistance from nursing homes and other institutions to community-based residences

Assisting individuals to avoid institutional placement

Transition of youth with significant disabilities after completion of secondary education to postsecondary life

Phone Numbers

Arizona COVID-19 Hotline: 1-844-542-8200

For Individuals Who Are Deaf, Deaf-Blind, and Hard of Hearing call the full (2-1-1) number:

County Emergency Management for Arizona:

Apache: 928-333-6441

Cochise: 520-432-9220

Coconino: 928-679-8310

Gila: 928-402-8767

Graham: 928-792-5351

Greenlee: 928-865-2601

La Paz: 928-667-2347

Maricopa: 602-273-1411

Mohave: 928-753-0739

Navajo: 928-524-4163

Pima: 520-724-9300

Pinal: 520-866-6415

Santa Cruz: 520-375-8002

Yavapai: 928-771-3321

Yuma: 928-317-4680

Tribal Emergency Management:

Ak-Chin Indian Community: 520-568-1325

Cocopah Tribe: 928-750-6612

Colorado River Indian Tribes: 928-575-1635

Ft. McDowell/Yavapai Nation: 480-789-7522

Fort Mojave Indian Tribe: 760-326-9650

Gila River Community: 520-796-3760

Havasupai Tribe: 928-448-2731

Hopi Tribe: 928-734-3661

Hualapai Tribe: 928-769-1025

Kaibab-Paiute Tribe: 928-643-8314

Navajo Nation: 928-871-6892

Pascua Yaqui Tribe: 520-879-5723

Pueblo of Zuni Tribe: 505-782-4832

Quechan Tribe: 928-503-6317

Salt River Pima – Maricopa Indian Community: 480-362-7927

San Carlos Apache Tribe: 928-475-2838

Tohono O’Odham Nation: 520-383-8860

Tonto Apache Tribe: 928-468-1050

White Mountain Apache Tribe: 928-338-1701

Yavapai Apache Nation: 928-649-7142

Yavapai Prescott Indian Tribe: 928-515-7453

Other Arizona Resources

If you have been denied access to necessary services due to COVID-19 or feel that your legal rights have been violated, contact Arizona Center for Disability Law at (602) 274-6287, or Toll Free (within AZ) at 1-800-927-2260. You can also email