If you would like help in applying for AHCCCS or SNAP (formerly Food Stamps) there are several groups throughout Arizona that are willing to offer FREE assistance.

Maricopa County and the Greater Phoenix Area

 

Keogh Health Connection offers many convenient locations:
www.keoghhealth.org

Phone: 602.749.4184 Spanish and English

 

Kids Health Link has several partners that will help:
http://www.kidshealthlink.org/

Phone: 800.235.9678 Spanish and English

 

Pima County and the Greater Tucson Area

Your Health Hotline can connect you to many groups in Southern Arizona that are willing to help:
http://www.pcap.cc/health_hotline.php

Phone: 800.311.0627 Spanish and English

 

Pima County Access Program (PCAP) can help you apply for AHCCCS or other programs and if you don’t qualify they offer a low-cost discount program:
http://www.pcap.cc/

Phone: 520.694.0418 Spanish and English

 

 Southern Arizona (outside of Pima County)

Don’t Get Dropped AZ’s list of groups that will help in
Greenlee, Graham, Cochise, Santa Cruz Pinal and Yuma
Counties. Click here.

 

Northern Arizona (outside of Maricopa County)

Don’t Get Dropped AZ’s list of groups that will help in
Yavapai, Mohave, Coconino, Navajo and Apache Counties. Click here.

 

 

Statewide sites and organizations that can also help

Apply online for AHCCCS, KidsCare and SNAP (Food Stamps)
https://www.healthearizona.org/app/Default.aspx

 

 

♦  Department of Economic Security: https://www.azdes.gov

♦  Please Note: If you are an AHCCCS member or are receiving SNAP and/or other benefits, you can sign-up to self-manage your benefits.

MyAHCCCS:(www.MyAHCCCS.com) is an AHCCCS website designed for members. The website provides information regarding your current and past eligibility and enrollment information. MyAHCCCS.com offers services for you like

•Changing your address
•Paying your monthly premium (KidsCare)
•Changing your health plan annually

MyFamilyBenefits: (https://egov.azdes.gov/dbme/faa/myFamilyBenefits/authorization/login.aspx) is an online system that offers Arizona families an easy and secure way to access information about:

•Nutrition Assistance (Food Stamps)
•TANF Cash Assistance
•Medical Assistance

View information about:

•Applications for assistance
•Benefit status

Report changes:

•Address
•Family members
•Income
•Expenses

♦  Community Health Centers, your local healthcare partner.
Members of the Arizona Alliance of Community Health Centers provide top quality patient-focused healthcare services for people in local communities throughout Arizona, regardless of insurance status. A wide-range of services includes general/primary care, women’s health, behavioral health, dental, pharmacy and more. Our network offers more than 140 locations in urban and rural locations. Each has experienced, caring and compassionate staff waiting to welcome you and your family to your local healthcare home. To learn more or find a location near you: http://www.aachc.org/locations&postal=85016&distance=25

♦  211 Connect – provides statewide listings of sliding fee and free clinics as well as many other helpful resources and services. Dial 2-1-1 within Arizona or 877.211.8661 from anywhere in the United States to find help.
http://www.mycommunitypt.com/arizona/index.php?option=com_cpx&task=search.query&code=LN-1500

♦  The Preexisting Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP) provides low cost health insurance even if you have a medical condition and have been turned down for other health insurance. Get Covered AZ will help you find information and a helpful agent. www.getcoveredaz.org
Michael J. Malasnik, Phone: 623. 535.8299

♦Arizona Community Action Association is proud to offer the Arizona Self Help website (www.arizonaselfhelp.org) a free and confidential online resource that allows a user to prescreen for 25 social service programs and provides contact information and downloadable program applications. The website is offered in both English and Spanish.