Guide to Arizona State Agencies
and Community Resources for Aging


Arizona Center for Personal Assistance Services (PAS)
Web site:

Arizona Area Assisted Living Directory
Web site:

Arizona Attorney General's Office
Consumer Information and Complaints
1275 West Washington
Phoenix, Arizona 85007-2926
To file a complaint about possible consumer fraud or elder exploitation, follow the process for filing a complaint with the Consumer Protection Section on the Attorney General's Web Site or write a letter explaining the problem and the events as they took place.
Web site:

Arizona Board of Nursing
Web Site:

Arizona Department of Human Services
150 North 18th Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85007
General and Public Information: (602) 542-1000; Fax: (602) 542-0883
Web site:

Arizona Department of Insurance
Web site:

Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System
Aside from AHCCCS programs like Medicare Cost Sharing, SSI Cash/Medical Assistance Only and Arizona Long Term Care, there are many services for seniors available in Arizona.

Arizona Nursing Home and Long Term Care Resources
Adult Protective Services accepts and evaluates reports of abuse, neglect, and exploitation of vulnerable and incapacitated adults and offers appropriate services.

Arizona Senior Citizen Transportation
Miscellaneous links, listing cabs, public transportation and alternatives
Web Site at Verizon

Arizona Senior Care
Arizona seniors care directory for retirement homes across North America, from, providing a comprehensive and user friendly guide to seniors care retirement homes and centers.
Web site:

Arizona Senior Directory
Many miscellaneous phone numbers for senior resources.

American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
Telephone: (512)480-9797
Fax: (512)480-9799
Web site:

Family Eldercare, Inc.
Consultation and Referral
Telephone: (512)450-0844
Fax: (512)459-6436
[email protected]
A non-profit, United Way Agency serving older adults and persons with disabilities.
Web site:


Groups for the Elderly
Provides older adults education for and access to computer technology to enhance their lives and enable them to share their knowledge and wisdom. The non-profit SeniorNet teaches seniors (age 50 plus) to use computers and the Internet at over 140 Learning Centers nationwide.
Web site:

Social Security Administration

Toll Free: 1/800-772-1213
TDD: 1/800-325-0778
Web site:

Links to Federal Agencies for the Aging