Network of Anthem Area Assistance Providers
The Network of Anthem Area Assistance Providers (NAAAP) is a growing collaborative effort among Non-Profit and/or Charitable organizations. Together we work with over 500 volunteers in making available resources known.
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The Community Information & Referral is a resource that directs people in need to the appropriate resources. Check their website at https://211arizona.org/ or dial 211.
For people who want an easy Internet means of organizing several people willing to provide meals for someone, check out this free Web site: www.foodtidings.com.
For people wanting to keep family and friends updated on a person’s illness, an easy, free Internet tool is www.CaringBridge.org.
Parenting Arizona is a voluntary home visitation program for families with children under 5 years old. They also do training. Serving the whole Valley including our Zip Code, check out www.parentingaz.org.
People needing dental work but can not afford the going prices might contact the AZ School of Dentistry & Oral Health. Check out http://www.atsu.edu/asdoh/ or call 480-248-8100
For issues related to seniors, call the Senior Helpline through the Area Agency on Aging at 602-264-4357. For senior housing options, look at: www.absforseniorliving.com
For a faith-based, global affordable housing builder: Habitat for Humanity Desert Foothills is an independent affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International; a faith-based, global affordable housing builder. Staffed and managed in Anthem, Habitat for Humanity Desert Foothills serves families in the North Valley communities, including Anthem. Habitat builds simple, decent and affordable homes for those who qualify. Also, Habitat operates a second-hand retail store called ReStore. located at 42205 N. Vision Way Anthem, AZ 85086 This store operates to provide new and gently used household items to the general public at rates that are 30-70% below retail cost.
The Division of Developmental Disabilities is part of the AZ Department of Security: It helps eligible individuals with developmental disabilities achieve self-sufficiency and independence through their services and support. The majority of the Division’s programs and services are tailored to meet individual needs at home and other community settings. For more information on services or eligibility, call 602-542-6850 or go to DDDWeb@azdes.gov.