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Seniors

Older adults are at increased risk for COVID-19 complications due to age or because of an underlying medical condition, so it is especially important to take actions to reduce risk of exposure. ​All 15 Phoenix Senior Centers have implemented precautions and protocols recommended by county and state health officials to keep our older residents safe as they participate in events and activities at the senior centers. For more information VISIT.

City of Phoenix Retirees – The Phoenix Nationwide office is currently closed, in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis. Customers can schedule a phone appointment to avoid long hold times. Nationwide recommend​s retirees contact their local retirement representative​ to​ address concerns or changes to their investment plan.

Meals for Seniors

Area Agency on Aging: Is available to older adults and younger adults with a disability. They can help with a variety of issues including meals. 

Seniors in need of assistance can call the Area Agency on Aging’s 24-Hour Senior Help Line at 602-264-HELP (602-264-4357) or toll free at 888-264-2258. Those hard of hearing or deaf can text 520-775-1899.

Phoenix Human Services Department: will deliver meals to anyone, 60 and over, and disabled individuals who are homebound. Delivery days are Tuesday-Friday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. There is no charge for home delivered meals; however, contributions are suggested. Home delivered program sites.

Deer Valley Kitchen (623) 434-2683

McDowell Place Kitchen (602) 262-6420

Desert West Kitchen (602) 495-3709

Duet Arizona: Can assist with a variety of services, including giving rides to the grocery store and medical appointments, to offering health promotion activities and support groups.

Social Security: Benefit Payments Won't Be Delayed by Coronavirus. Call 1-800-772-1213.

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services: CMS is providing updates on its 'Newsroom' webpage for COVID-19 implications to the provision of Medicare and Medicaid Services.