Ways We Help
PCOA helps our community age well through a network of programs and service partners. Whether you’re looking for assistance with Medicare, want to improve your health, or are helping a loved one remain independent and safe at home, our team of professionals and volunteers is here to help.
PCOA serves our community through programs we offer directly, and through collaborations with community partners.
Helpline & Online Resources
PCOA does not provide emergency services. Many PCOA services have waiting lists or delays before services can begin. We ask for your patience while we try to get services in place for you as quickly as possible. Please call 911 or notify Adult Protective Services if you believe an older adult is in danger.
PCOA is here to help with reliable information about resources and services for older people and their families in Pima County. You can access that information by calling our Helpline, through our website, or by searching our online resource directory.
Our Helpline is staffed by experienced, certified informations and referral specialists who can help with just about any question or issue related to older people in Pima County. Staff will listen to your concerns and provide you with information about options available to you, and may refer you to a program offered by PCOA or other community partners. They will take your individual situation into account and help identify resources to meet each of your needs.
Many of the resources you may be looking for are also available on our website, where you can learn more by visiting pages related to your concerns, or search our online resource directory to locate the help you need.
Explore our website, search our Resource Directory, or call our Helpline at (520) 790-7262 to speak with a member of our knowledgeable staff.
You can find additional resources at 211arizona.org or by dialing 2-1-1.