In an effort to support those in need and with questions about resources and relief, Family Housing Resources is compiling links and lists of information and opportunities for those in need. If you have information to share please email with those details or call  520-318-0993.

Distance Learning Support for Families

Housing and Mortgage Support

  • Pima County Eviction Prevention Resource Page 
  • Pima County Community Action Agency Hotline The CAA has a hotline at 520-724-2505 to serve those seeking Rental Eviction Assistance Program. Staffers will answer questions regarding the status of an application, provide forms that are required for processing, offer direction and assistance to submit pending information, and direct applicants to other resources.

    • Also available by phone:
      1. Dial 211
      2. Press 8 for COVID-19
      3. Pick a language, press 1 or 2
      4. Press 5 for Eviction Prevention
      5. NOTE:  Applicants who are able to complete an online application are urged to do so, in order to free up the 211 line for applicants who do not have access to a computer or the internet.

Fair Housing

Emergency Relief Assistance:

WIC Assistance may be available for sudden decrease in employment/income due COVID-19. Contact our local WIC office

Health Updates:

Employment Opportunities:

  • Interfaith Community Services jobs resource page
  • Pima County launching PimaWorks

    A valuable county/local/national one-stop resource list for individuals and small businesses needing to navigate COVID-19 economic issues. Find information on unemployment benefits, job leads, an updating newsroom and links to a variety of community assistance. Call the hotline at 520-724-5734

  • The Pima County One-Stop Career Center works daily with employers to identify local current job openings. They are now updating their list three times a week. This is a deep and valuable jobs resource. 

  • Pima County Dislocated Worker Hotline One-Stop set up this hotline — 520-724-5735 – on March 26 to respond to the rise in unemployment. Staffers offer guidance on navigating the Arizona Unemployment Insurance website, as well as identifying job leads, setting up job training and directing individuals to other community resources. 

Food Support:



Technology Resources and Offerings:

Utilities Information: