Most Requested Resources
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.
These Programs provide stimulating, supportive environments for adults needing assistance with some activities of daily living. They also provide respite for caregivers. Call PCOA for other respite options.
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. PCOA offers a no-cost class on ALTCS the second Thursday of each month. Call us for more information or to sign up: (520) 790-7262.
Options for low-income seniors who need dental care.
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 Response devices can bring peace of mind to individuals who are prone to falls and their families by alerting a dispatcher or caregiver when a fall happens. Some companies offer medication reminders in addition to fall senors. GPS tracking capability is available with some models so they can be used anywhere.
PCOA’s Guide to Services is an index of services available to elderly and disabled residents in Pima County.
This is a list of resources for low-income seniors in Pima County who have experienced hearing loss.
Grocery and meal delivery options are available for homebound adults who do not qualify for Meals on Wheels.
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.
Many apartment communities in Tucson are senior friendly or age-restricted.
Locate low-income housing opportunities in Pima County.
Retirement and Assisted options in Pima County.
There are many places in Pima County offering activities for seniors.
There are many options to choose from for individuals needing transportation to the doctor, grocery store, pharmacy, or church.
There are several resources in Pima County for seniors who have impaired vision.
Can’t find what you’re looking for?
We have many more resources for older adults and family caregivers. Call our Helpline at
(520) 790-7262 or use the form below to send us an e-mail.