Senior Help Line Aids Those in Need of Assistance and Services

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Did you know that the Area Agency on Aging offers a 24-hour Senior Help Line? The Senior Help line can assist individuals in need of services, or help families who need assistance in locating specific services for an older relative.

The Senior Help Line is the 24-hour information and assistance resource and central intake of the Area Agency on Aging There are many aging services available in Maricopa County, but seniors and their caregivers can become overwhelmed by the multitude of choices. The Senior Help Line can assist in navigating these resources.

Our professional staff works with the caller to determine the actual issue that prompted their call. Information & Assistance Specialists can then identify the resources or services that would best meet the identified need of the caller.

Call today. Our staff can assist in answering your questions about transportation, housing, long-term care, home delivered meals, home care, and other numerous services including, but not limited to:

  • Information on Benefits
  • Recreation/Senior Centers
  • Referrals to services
  • Older Worker referrals
  • Caregiver information
  • Volunteer Opportunities
  • Counseling
  • Adult Day Health Care
  • Minor Home Repair
  • Intergenerational Programs
  • Housing Options
  • Support Groups
  • Home Health Aids
  • Legal Help
  • Home Delivered Meals
  • Nurse Visits
  • Transportation
  • General Information and much more!

Information and assistance is available in both English and Spanish. Don’t hesitate, call us anytime. You can call our 24-Hour Senior HELP LINE at 602-264-HELP (4357), Toll Free at 888-783-7500. For the hard of hearing and deaf, TEXT (520) 775-1899 SMS (Short Message Service)

About the Area Agency on Aging:

The Area Agency on Aging, Region One is  a private non-profit corporation, which plans, coordinates, develops and delivers services for seniors (60 years and older), persons 18 and older who are HIV positive, adults (18-59 years) with disabilities and long-term care needs, and family caregivers of older adults. We have a huge variety of programs and services to enhance the quality of life for residents of Maricopa County, Arizona. We strive to secure, promote and provide essential services to enhance the quality of life in a diverse and changing society. We meet this challenge through advocacy, coordination, building alliances, and promoting public awareness guided by integrity, vision, and sustained commitment.

 

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