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COVID-19 Resources • Arizona Conservation Corps

Arizona Resources

Below is a list of resources specific to our Arizona Conservation Corps offices based out of Flagstaff, White Mountains, and Tucson. For members and interns affected by COVID-19 changes including remote work, suspensions, season postponements, and exits, hopefully this resource can assist during these unprecedented times.

Please don't hesitate to reach out to program staff with questions - we are here to help!

This is not an endorsement by AZCC or Conservation Legacy. This is meant only as a source of further information for members and interns affected by COVID-19.


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Apply for unemployment insuranceLinkNot guaranteed. AZCC is happy to provide supporting documents, but unemployment insurance and benefits are ultimately determined by DES.
Arizona employers with immediate openingsLinkArizona workforce solutions
Apply for unemploymentLinkArizona Department of Economic Security. Not guaranteed. AZCC is happy to provide supporting documents, but unemployment insurance and benefits are ultimately determined by DES.
Arizona-specific information about COVID-19 LinkArizona Department of Health Services
Free or low-cost internet plansNational Digital Inclusion Alliance

Updated daily!
Arizona Job Resource ListlinkA list of places in Arizona that are currently hiring, plus links to job search sites.


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Coconino County-specific information about COVID-19LinkOr call 928-679-7300 for updated information
Questions about COVID-19 for Northern Arizona residentsCall hotline at 928-773-2301Up to the minute information
Communication hub LinkCommunity-run Facebook group with updated information and resource-sharing for Kinlani (Flagstaff)
Mutual aid application and volunteer formEnglish
Need help or want to help? Follow this link.
Free hot mealFlagstaff Family Food Center - Food Bank and KitchenDaily from 10am-2pm and 4pm-5:30pm

At 1903 N 2nd st
HUGE List of Flagstaff ResourcesLinkThis is so helpful! A comprehensive area resource list. Check it out!
The Salvation Army resourcesDocumentSee The Salvation Army's available resources in the attached document: Home Delivery, Emergency Food Pantry, Emergency Assistance, Letters of Hope, and Emotional and Spiritual Care.


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COVID-19 info specific to Pinetop-LakesideLinkInformation on Pinetop-Lakeside Town's State of Emergency Proclamation and recommended safety guidelines are available on the town website. You can also call representatives at 928-368-8696.
Healthcare Hotline928-773-2301residents can call with questions about SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus (COVID-19) exposure, transmission and/or testing. Here, you can receive up-to-the-minute knowledge and information
WMAT Food Distribution ProgramLinkWhite Mountain Apache Tribe Food Distribution Program: a list and map of locations for local food distributions
Want to help? Donate to the White Mountain Apache Tribe COVID-19 Relief FundLinkThe White Mountain Apache Tribe COVID-19 relief fund has been established to help with the immediate needs of the community. COVID-19 Pandemic is disproportionately affecting tribal communities. If you can contribute in any way to the relief efforts that are happening on the ground, it will make a difference.


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Parole petitions/legal assistance for detained migrants
Help with navigating unemploymentlink
unemployment hotline: 520-724-5735
List of resources in Pima county for unemployed workers, helpful numbers, information, and support
Free veggie and flower seedsCommunity Food Bank Tucson3003 S Country Club Rd (2nd floor of the Food Bank)
Free FoodCommunity Food Bank of Southern Arizona
Food banks in Pima County/Tucson
• Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona

Hours are Tuesday - Friday from 9:00am - 1:00pm, address: 3003 S. Country Club Rd. Tucson, AZ 85713.
Free, low-cost, or 'pay what you can' meals@thundercanyonbreweryaz
Bisbee Breakfast Club
Thunder Canyon Brewery is distributing free food. Check out their instagram for details. Welcome Diner on Broadway is giving out 1 free or pay what you can meal per day. Bisbee Breakfast Club on Broadway is selling cases of 15 eggs for $4.50.
Pima County Hotline for Unemployed WorkersLink
Call 520-724-5735
The Pima County One-Stop Career Center has set up a dislocated worker hotline to handle the increase in unemployment due to COVID-19. The hotline will be staffed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays. Spanish-speakers will be available to callers. Leave a message if the call goes to voicemail, and your call will be returned as soon as possible.
Tucson Facebook Group for COVID-19 communicationLinkCheck this group regularly for Tucson-specific mutual aid initiatives and resources
Pima County up-to-date COVID-19 informationLink
Questions about how city business is being affected by COVID-19(520) 791-2540Tucson City Service Impacts Hotline