PCOA has a wealth of resources for older adults in Pima County and their caregivers. A few of our most requested resource lists are provided below. Call our Helpline for additional resources, help, and information: (520) 790-7262.
Adult Day Healthcare List: Adult Day Healthcare Programs provide stimulating, supportive environments for adults needing assistance with some activities of daily living. They also provide respite caregivers.
ALTCS Simplified Guide: The Arizona Long Term Care System (ALTCS) is Arizona’s version of Medicaid Long Term Care. Individuals must be both medically and financially eligible to qualify.
Durable Medical Equipment: A few agencies in Tucson provide free or low-cost walkers, wheelchairs, grab bars, and other medical equipment to individuals in need. These agencies rely on donations, so items are subject to availability.
Emergency Alert Providers: Emergency Response devices can bring peace of mind to individuals who are prone to falls and their families.
Guide to Services 2014: PCOA’s Guide to Services is an index of services available to elderly and disabled residents in Pima County.
Home Delivered Meals for Pay: Grocery and meal delivery options are available for homebound adults who do not qualify for Meals on Wheels.
Housing of Interest to Seniors: Many apartment communities in Tucson are senior friendly or age restricted.
Resources for Older Adults Living at Home: Resources for Older Adults at Home is a short summary of the types of services many seniors want or need at home.
Retirement and Assisted Living: Retirement and Assisted options in Pima County.
Home Health Questions: There are several agencies in Pima County offering home care services. Use these questions to help you select an agency that best suits your needs.
Subsidized and Low-Income Housing: Locate low-income housing opportunities in Pima County.
Transportation Summary: There are many options to choose from for individuals needing transportation to the doctor, grocery store, pharmacy, or church.
Hearing Loss Resources: This is a list of resources for low-income seniors in Pima County who have experienced hearing loss.
Dental Resources: Options for low-income seniors who need dental care.
Visual Impairment Resources There are several resources in Pima County for seniors who have impaired vision.
Senior Activities: There are many places in Pima County offering activities for seniors.
Primetime: Check out Primetime, a special tab published by the Arizona Daily Star, with articles about PCOA programs and services. Pick up a free copy at our office at 8467 E. Broadway during business hours, Monday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or at Friends in Deed at 301 W. Camino Casa Verde in Green Valley, Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., or click the image for the e-version.