Programs & Services
- 24 Hour Senior Help Line
- Adult Day Health Care
- APS Service Coordination
- Benefits Assistance – Medicare
- Care Transitions
- Congregate Meals
- DOVES® Program
- Elder Resource Guide
- ElderVention® Program
- Family Caregiver Support Program
- Healthy Living – Class Schedule
- HIV Care Directions®
- Home-Delivered Meals
- Legal Assistance
- Long-Term Care Ombudsman
- Mosaic® Center
- Senior Adult Independent Living (SAIL)
- Speakers Bureau
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Resources For Those Looking For Help
The Area Agency’s Elder Resource Guide is designed to help you find the resources you need to meet your needs in Maricopa County. These booklets are available free of charge.
Useful Website Links
Late-Life Domestic Violence Support Groups
Late Life Domestic Violence Support Groups provide education and necessary support for victims of domestic violence who are 50 and older. The Area Agency currently provides five support groups throughout Maricopa County, located in Mesa, Phoenix, Paradise Valley/Scottsdale, and Sun City.
The groups meet weekly and address the cycle of violence, types of abuse, communication, self-esteem, and the impact of economic, social, and religious beliefs on divorce or separation.
Group counseling provides participants a safe environment. Members support each other in the decisions each face. The group experience can often bring hope and humor to a seemingly hopeless situation.
Late-Life Domestic Violence Support Group For Persons Age 50+
Tuesdays 10am - 11:30 am at various locations in Mesa, Phoenix, Paradise Valley/Scottsdale, and Sun City. For more Information Call the Senior HELP LINE - 602-264-HELP (4357).
Adult Protective Service (APS)
The APS Service Coordination Program accepts referrals from APS for clients who are vulnerable due to abuse, neglect & exploitation.
APS Service Coordinators respond to referrals within two working days and can authorize immediate Home and Community Based Services (HCBS), even if there is a waiting list, in order to stabilize the situation. For more information, or to report abuse, visit www.azdes.gov/daas/aps/ or call (877) SOS-ADULT.
Hoarding Therapy Group
Hoarding behavior is a concern that has received a lot of attention in the media recently. Do you see yourself as someone who may have this issue?
We offer a support group entitled “Too Many Treasures®”, designed to affirm, educate, and gently guide individuals who self-identify with hoarding behaviors. The group is open to individuals who are 60 years+ and able to commit to attending all group sessions.
If you would like more information about joining the group, please contact the Area Agency on Aging's
24-Hour Senior HELP LINE 602-264-HELP (4357) or email click HERE.
Contact Us Today
Contact us for more information about our services or with any questions or concerns. You can call our 24-Hour Senior HELP LINE at 602-264-HELP (4357), Toll Free at 888-783-7500. For the hearing impaired, call 602-241-6110 TTY/TDD.