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We're in this together

“As we work to combat the spread of COVID-19, access to resources that can help support families and businesses in this time of need is critical. We’re calling on Arizonans to be informed, get engaged, and support organizations doing important work to keep our communities safe and healthy. Arizona will get through this together.” - Doug Ducey, Governor of Arizona

 

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Arizona is here for you.

As we work to get through COVID-19 and support public health in Arizona, we are committed to making sure Arizonans have access to the resources they need to stay healthy and be part of our state's recovery. We’re in this together and we will return stronger.

For more information about COVID-19 in English or Spanish, dial 2-1-1. If you need public assistance, email [email protected].

 

 

Stay Healthy Toolkit

Making sure Arizonans stay healthy is an important part of our recovery from the COVID-19 outbreak. The Stay Healthy Toolkit offers resources to care for your physical and mental health and stay connected to the people you care about. Use the Stay Healthy Toolkit for a full set of resources.

 

Emergency Services & Mental Health


If you are experiencing an emergency, please dial 9-1-1 immediately.  Victims of domestic violence: call 480-890-3039 for help or click hereSuspect child abuse or neglect? Call 1-888-767-2445 to report now or click here. Suspect vulnerable adult abuse or neglect? Call 1-877-767-2385 to report or click here. Experiencing a crisis? Click here or call now for support:
Central AZ: 800-631-1314
Northern AZ: 877-756-4090
Southern AZ: 866-495-6735

Business Resources

Returning stronger, together.

Arizona is prioritizing the health and safety of residents while working with our business community to lay the groundwork for our economic recovery from the COVID-19 outbreak. Under Governor Ducey’s leadership, Arizona is leading the charge - working directly with business leaders and our workforce to offer tools and resources that will help us return stronger, together.

 

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Help Arizona return stronger.

It’s critical that we work together to support the most at-risk Arizonans. There are so many ways you can help, from providing virtual support to delivering food and medication, even helping with daily tasks for people who live alone. 

If you have questions about volunteering, please email [email protected].

 

Request Volunteer Support

Is your organization providing support to Arizonans amidst the COVID-19 outbreak? We're here to help support your effort. Complete the form linked below and we will connect you with individuals ready to help.

Request Support Here

Individuals and businesses are finding creative ways to come together to support each other during this time - honoring our frontline workers, bringing joy to their neighbors, donating goods and money and other creative ways as we work to get through this together.

How are you helping?

How is your community or neighborhood helping others? Share your community’s story through the link below or on social media using #AZTogether.

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Support organizations helping Arizonans.

The AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund is providing financial support to organizations working to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19 in Arizona. Initially, the fund will focus on the following immediate needs:

  • Funding of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for frontline medical personnel.
  • Non-profit organizations that support the most vulnerable Arizonans through food banks, homeless shelters, domestic violence facilities, and other services.
  • Efforts to provide low-income students with technology enabling them to transition to online learning.

The AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund is providing financial support to organizations working to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19 in Arizona - 100% of contributions to the fund will be distributed to organizations across the state supporting Arizonans during the COVID-19 outbreak and recovery effort. Click here to learn more about impact efforts.

Donations (to date):
$8,442,657.27

Other Ways You Can Support


You can offer support to Arizonans by donating personal protective equipment (PPE), other goods, services or even coordinating a volunteer effort. Get your engaged in our work to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on Arizonans.

Donate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Support another way - let us know how

Arizona Mobile Hotspot Donation Drive

The Arizona Commerce Authority and the Arizona Department of Education have partnered to launch a Mobile Hotspot Donation Drive to benefit students without access to the internet during school closures. Private sector partners are encouraged to donate unused hotspot devices to rural schools in the midst of closures.

More Details Here
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Governor Ducey Provides Updates on COVID-19 in Arizona


Get the most updated information on COVID-19 in Arizona and what Governor Ducey's administration is doing to manage the outbreak, treat infected individuals and ensure that our state returns stronger.

View Slides from the Presentation View the Stay Healthy, Return Smarter, Return Stronger Executive Order More News from Governor Ducey Executive Orders by Governor Doug Ducey

Office of Arizona Governor Doug Ducey

Media Contact: [email protected]

News & Updates Executive Orders

Arizona Department of Health Services

Media Contact: [email protected]

Health Service News & Updates

COVID-19 Related Press Events

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COVID-19 Information

If you have questions about COVID-19 and are seeking help in English or Spanish, please dial 2-1-1.

Practice physical distancing.
Stay home as much as possible and don’t expose yourself to groups. Always stay at least six feet away from other people. Remember to stay connected to friends and family using alternative methods like technology.

Wash your hands frequently.
Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer when soap is not available. Remember to avoid touching your face.

Stay home if you are sick.
If you need to see a healthcare provider, consider using telemedicine, if this is an option.

Understand the difference between quarantine and isolation.
It's important that everyone stay home as much as possible and especially if you are sick while we respond to the COVID-19 outbreak.