Please note that all information is subject to change based on the changing environment. This is not an all inclusive list- there may be many other services/resources in the Quad City Community. Inclusion is not meant to imply endorsement nor is exclusion meant to convey non- endorsement.
Bartender Emergency Assistance Program
You do NOT need to be a USBG member to apply for a philanthropic grant. If you need assistance or have any questions, please contact Foundation Staff at email@example.com
CORE – Children of Restaurant Employees
CORE grants support to children of food and beverage service employees navigating life-altering circumstances. In times of extreme strain brought on by family death, injury or diagnosed medical condition, loss of home, or other sudden or extreme circumstances, food and beverage families can become overwhelmed financially and emotionally.
EL GATO AZUL – GATO COMMUNITY GIVES
No cost meals to individuals or families who may not have the ability to prepare meals at home or are economically challenged, includes lunches for students.
Prescott Meals on Wheels
For existing Home Delivered Meal Clients:
Prescott – Client Services Coordinator, Katie 928 445-7630 ext 602 or KatiePMOW@gmail.com
Prescott Valley – Client Services Coordinator – Mary, 928 445-7630 ext 603 or MaryBPMOW@gmail.com
People Who Care
Chino Valley: 928-636-3295
Prescott : 928-445-2480
Prescott Valley and Dewey : 928-925-3066
Provides caring non-medical volunteer assistance to adults unable to drive in order to help them continue living in their own homes
Prescott Area Shelter Services (PASS)
336 N. Rush Street Prescott, Arizona 86301
Provides shelter and basic resources to homeless/transitional women, children and families of Yavapai County
Prescott SDA Church
2980 Willow Creek Road, Prescott
Each Thursday at 10 am, the Prescott SDA Church opens the Food Pantry for those in the community who are in need. The Food Bank is open to anyone who comes in.
Prescott Center for the Arts – PCA Serves
Volunteers providing assistance to those in need, with errands and delivery of groceries, prescriptions and other needs.
Fill out the form on their website
Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation
Emergency fund cards provided to DCS to help local foster families.
Grants for Kids program
Shelters & Housing
PASS provides shelter & basic resources to homeless/transitional women, children & families of Yavapai County
CENTERS FOR COMPASSION & JUSTICE SHELTER
We’re still serving!
*CCJ Thrift Store is closed until further notice
* Home Repair outreach is suspended
We continue to serve through:
- Emergency Shelter
- Advocacy for our clients
- PWPA employee readiness program
- Second Chance Housing
Donate! Any amount helps! http://yavapaiccj.org/donate/
Offer to donate dinner for 35 people in our shelter
Hire the PWPA Crew for landscaping 928-445-8382
Send protective supplies, such as; antibacterial soap, gloves, and hand sanitizer
Current Job Opportunities
830 S. Main Street, Suite 2C, Cottonwood, AZ 86326
Arizona Department of Public Safety
Hiring: Several jobs including state trooper and dispatch
Now Hiring: Home Health Clinicians
Send Resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Associated Retina Consultants
Front Office Patient Check-In/Check-Out Representative
Opthalmic Technicians/Medical Assistant Posititons
Hiring: Instructors to work with residents with developmental disabilities
Hiring: Medical professionals and financial services representatives
Caring Presence 805 Whipple St, Suite D, Prescott AZ
Now Hiring: Caregiver/Personal Assistant
Hiring: Call-center work
Hiring: store associates, assistant managers, store managers,
City of Cottonwood
816 N. Main Street, Cottonwood, AZ 86326
Communications Specialist– Click Here to apply
Firefigher: Click Here to apply
Police Officer Recruit: Click Here to apply
Police Officer Lateral: Click Here to apply
Wastewater Operator Trainee/I/II: Click Here to apply
Accounting Specialist II: Click Here to apply
Court Clerk I: Click Here to apply
Hiring: Full-time warehouse workers, Class A CDL Drivers and Driver Helpers
Fry’s Food Stores: Apply Online Here
Prescott Valley: Glassford & Florentine Call: 928-445-3010
Prescott: Sandretto & Willow Creek Rd Call: 928-778-3717
Prescott: Fair & Miller Valley: Call: 928-778-6494
Cottonwood: Call (928) 634-9611
Girl Scouts Arizona Cactus Pine Council- Summer Camps
Assistant Camp Director, Program Director, Business Manager,
Health Supervisor (RN) Trading Post Coordinator, Unit Counselors
Reference Link: www.surveymonkey.com/r/campref2020
KAZTV- Channel 7
Now Hiring: Sales Account Executive
Call: 928-778-6770 Prescott Office
Send Resume to Richard Howe: email@example.com
Kindred at Home: 155 W. Iron Springs Rd, #11 Prescott
Now Hiring: Caregivers
Mountain View Manor: 1045 Sandretto Dr. Prescott
Now Hiring: RN’s, LPNs and CNA’s
Shifts available: ALL
Now Hiring: Caregiver, Construction & Maintenance Assistant
3001 Main St. Suite B, Prescott Valley
Now Hiring: In-Home Caregiving Positions
Cottonwood Office: Apply Here
Prescott Office: Apply Here
Rusty’s Morningstar Ranch:
240 LIbby Lane, PO Box 759, Cornville, AZ
Now Hiring: Direct Support Professionals- work with adults with autism
Safeway Stores: All Positions & All Locations
Pre-apply online here
Now Hiring: Stocker/ Backroom/ Receiving Associate/ Cashier, Front End Associate/Food Associate
CORE – Children of Restaurant Employees
CORE grants support to children to food & beverage service employees navigating life-altering circumstances.
The Restaurant Workers’ Community Foundation
Emergency Relief Fund to provide emergency assistance to restaurant industry workers.
One Fair Wage
Emergency Assistance Fund for tipped and service workers — meaning restaurant workers, car service drivers, delivery workers, personal service workers, etc
The National Domestic Workers Alliance
Provides assistance to domestic workers so that they can stay home and healthy during the coronavirus outbreak.
The Town Hall Project
Searchable map of dozens of mutual aid funds that are supporting workers and communities in need during the outbreak.
LOST YOUR JOB DUE TO COVID-19?
Unemployment insurance benefits may be available at:
Chino Valley: (928) 636-3295
Prescott: (928) 445-2480
Prescott Valley & Dewey: (928) 925-3066
People Who Care provides caring non- medical volunteer assistance to adults unable to drive in order to help them continue living in their own homes.
FOR INFORMATION ON DAYS & TIMES OF FOOD PROGRAMS IN SEDONA/ COTTONWOOD/ CAMP VERDE AREA VISIT: WWW.MOHELP.ORG
Arizona 24-Hour Help Line for Seniors unable to access Groceries:
Food Services • Bread of Life Mission – Camp Verde
Camp Verde Senior Center
Cornville Food Bank (First Baptist Church) 928-634-4750
Please call before you go as hours and days of operation along with eligibility may vary.
Check Arizona Food Bank Network for a list of area resources.
Chino Valley Food Bank
1943 N Voss Dr, Chino Valley, AZ 86323
St Luke’s: 2000 Shepherds Ln Prescott, AZ 86301-6143
The elderly, low income families and anyone in need of help are served by warm loving parish volunteers. If clients, ask for help in other areas the volunteers direct them to the appropriate agency.
Prescott Valley Food Bank
8671 E. Spouse Drive, Suite A, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
Walk-ins served. No referral required. Photo ID and proof of address needed. Must meet federal poverty guidelines.
Salvation Army is offering Operation Food Box
A food box will be dropped at an individual’s door.
St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance: Chino Valley Mobile Pantry
650 Road 3 SE (Off of HWY 89A), Chino Valley, AZ, 86323
United Way COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund.
They will help with bills, rent and food. Call and provide zip code and you will be given a list of local agencies to provide assistance.
Yavapai County Food Bank
8866 E Long Mesa Dr, Prescott Valley
Restaurants and services who will deliver or provide curb-side takeout.
(928) 649-5772 or 623-694-4796
* Meals on Wheels in the Verde Valley Region
* Community Supplemental Food Program
Mingus High School:
* Grab and Go meals available for all K-12
* Grab and Go breakfast 8-9AM
* Grab and Go lunch 11AM – 12 noon
Mt. View United Methodist Church Food Pantry
Old Town Mission Food Pantry
Cottonwood (928) 634-8857
Rising Hope Food Pantry
Cottonwood (928) 634-4321
Flagstaff (928) 774-1403
Prescott (928) 778-0150
Sedona Community Center
o Meals on Wheels Delivery
o Hot lunch available for pick up at 11 AM daily,
* Call 24 hours in advance •
Sedona Community Food Bank
o Distribution on Wednesdays, via drive through pickup •
Sedona Oak Creek School District
(for anyone up to age 18)
Grab & Go Breakfast
Here are the Sites:
* Sedona Community Center, 2615 melody Lane
* Windsong Mobile Home Park, 2466 W SR 89A
* Big Park Community School, 25 W. Saddlehorn Rd.
Grab and Go Lunch
Here are the Sites
* Sedona Red Rock High School, Upper Red Rock Loop
* West Sedona School, Posse Ground Rd.
7th Day Adventist Community Service Center Food Pantry
St, Andrews Church
Providing restaurant gift cards
Society of St, Vincent de Paul
St. John Vianney Food Pantry
Yavapai Apache Nation Food Bank
Bartender Emergency Assistance Program
You do not need to be a USBG member to apply for a philanthropic grant. If you need assistance or have questions, contact Foundation Staff at firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Educational Websites for Home
Sometimes screen time is a necessity if we have children at home and work we need to do. Here are three apps that make screen time a learning time:
- CodeMonkey: a game-based education program that teaches children to code. It comes with a membership fee, but there’s a free 14-day trial that doesn’t require a credit card.
- BrainPop: Online learning across subject areas for children in kindergarten through middle school and ELL learning for all age groups. Free.
- Khan Academy: Online learning in math, science, and literacy for all age groups. Standards-aligned. Free.
- BrainPop: Fun, interactive educational activities for all ages and all subject areas
- Scholastic Learn at Home: Interactive learning journeys for all ages.
If you’re feeling stressed or nervous during these days of COVID-19, you’re not alone. Uncertainty and the sense of not being safe — not to mention physical distancing, round-the-clock news and empty grocery shelves — are stressful. What you’re feeling is common around the world.
We know you’re looking for ways to take care of yourself and #BeTheDifference. We’ve compiled these tips from the Mental Health First Aid curriculum to help you care for your own and your loved ones’ mental health.
If you or someone you care about feels overwhelmed with emotions like sadness, depression or anxiety, or like you want to harm yourself or others call 911.
You can also contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Disaster Distress Helpline at 800-985-5990, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255 or text MHFA to 741741 to talk to a Crisis Text Line counselor.
For more information and resources from MHFA during this difficult time, read these new resources on our blog: