Limited services 5pm Friday, June 14 - Monday morning, June 17. Details.  Marina Street parking lot will be closed through June.  Sign up for Summer Reading Program today!

Community Resources

(https://prescottlibrary.info/services/community-services/community-resources-2/)

Thanks to a Library Services and Technology Act grant through the Arizona State Library*, we have been able to provide a Community Service Specialist to assist patrons with navigating community resources.  With this new service, patrons will receive personalized one-to-one attention and assistance with completing applications or connecting to needed resources.  All patrons are welcome to utilize this compassionate and confidential service.

To make a one-to-on appointment with our Community Service Specialist please visit the Ask a Librarian Desk, call 928.777.1526 or email us ask.librarian@prescott-az.gov.

View our Community Resource Guide to access concise information about community resources in the City of Prescott, including a printable map.
Learn more about the City of Prescott’s Change for the Better initiative, including resources and information about how to help and how to apply for grant money.

*This resource list is updated semi-annually to the best of our ability by library staff. Changes to area agency services and contacts may occur and patrons are advised to call in advance of visiting agencies to confirm services.



General

211

211 is a free, confidential referral and information helpline and website that connects people of all ages and from all communities to the essential health and human services they need, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Food & Nutrition

Prescott Community Cupboard Food Bank

777 W. Hillside Ave. Prescott 928.277.0092
Mon., Wed., 2:30 pm – 6 pm, Tue., Thu., Fri. 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm, Sat. 11 am – 1 pm
Everyone Welcome. Simple registration, no paperwork or verifications.

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

3262 Bob Dr., Prescott Valley 1.855.432.7587 or 1.855.HEAplus
Statewide Interview Line: 1.855.777.8590
Submit your application, or contact via chat or email here

Yavapai County Food Bank

8866 E Long Mesa Dr. Prescott Valley, AZ 928.775.5255
Food box distribution: Tue., Wed. 3 pm – 5 pm, Thu., Fri. 1 pm – 3 pm
Office hours: Mon. 8 am – 1 pm, Tue., Wed. 8 am – 5 pm, Thu., Fri. 8 am – 3 pm
Clients will need to fill out an application form (linked below) and bring in identification for everyone that will go on your card, bring in proof of income and proof of address.
Application in English
Application in Spanish
Income Eligibility
Verification needed
If you do not have all this information today and need food, please bring what you have into office to qualify.

Meals on Wheels Prescott

1280 E Rosser St, Prescott 928.445.7630 Lunch available Mon. – Fri. 11:15 am – 12:45 pm
Lunch cost either $5 or $7. No reservation needed. A nutritious, freshly prepared meal daily, a wellness check, companionship, community resource referrals. Check eligibility

Salvation Army

237 S. Montezuma St. Prescott 928.778.0150
Breakfast Mon. - Fri. 8 am - 9 am Lunch Tue., Thu., and Fri noon -1 pm

Solid Rock Christian Fellowship

114 E. Union St. Prescott 928.771.7592
Free meals served on Mondays. Doors open at 4:30 pm at Smyth Center, Cortez St.

Salvation Army

237 S. Montezuma Street Prescott 928.778.0150
Breakfast served Mon. and Fri. 8 am - 9 am and Lunch served Tue., Thu., and Fri. noon to 1 pm

Solid Rock Christian Fellowship

114 E. Union St. Prescott 928.771.7592
Free meals are served on Mondays. Doors open at 4 pm in the Smyth Building on Cortez St. near Goodwin

American Lutheran Church

1085 Scott Dr. Prescott 928 445.4348
Provides a free weekly meal, Sundays at 3:30 PM for members of our community. Food contributions, meal sponsors, cooks, and servers are always welcome!

Common Ground

236 N. Montezuma Prescott 928 443.1443
Weekly meal offered Sundays, call for more details.

Granite Creek Hunger Ministry

928.445.8069
Free lunch provided 11 am Saturdays
April - October at West Granite Creek Park at 554 6th St.
November - March at Prescott United Methodist Church Ester Hall at 505 W Gurley St., Prescott

Real Hope

928.848.3232
A nonprofit in Prescott Valley servicing local, state & nationwide. Focus is providing food to those in need. Works with local churches, government & private sector to accomplish this mission. Volunteer and donation driven. See Facebook page to say updated on food distribution schedule: https://www.facebook.com/Realhopeinc.RHI

Manzanita Outreach

928.649.5772
Up to date calendar of food sharing events (both food boxes and no cost shared meals) in the quad city area, as well as other rural areas in Yavapai County

Health Care

Catholic Social Services

434 W. Gurley St. Prescott 928.778.2531
Medical loan closet; including crutches, walkers, canes, and home safety equipment. Can be borrowed for small donation.

Yavapai Community Health Services

1090 Commerce Dr. Prescott 928.771.3122
Immunizations, food service training, vital records, health and wellness program information county wide.

Community Health Center of Yavapai

1090 Commerce Dr. Prescott 928.583.1000 Mon. - Fri. 8 am - 5 pm
Offers primary care, behavioral health, pediatric and prenatal services, gynecology and reproductive health services and well women programs. Welcomes all patients and accepts most major insurance, Medicaid and AHCCCS plans. Sliding fee discount program is available for qualified individuals.

Community Pregnancy Center

1124 E Gurley St. Prescott 928.778.7654 Mon., Wed., Thur. 10 am - 4 pm
Tue. 10 am - 7 pm, Fri. 10 am - 1 pm
Staffed by Christian employees and volunteers who are trained in crisis intervention. Assisting clients with educational information and compassionate support.

Dignity Health Yavapai Regional Medical Center

YRMC West: 1003 Willow Creek Rd Prescott 928.445.2700
Hospital, including James Family Heart Center.
YRMC East: 7700 E. Florentine Rd. Prescott Valley 928.445.2700
Hospital, including Family Birthing Center, Breast Care Center, infusion center.

Prescott Health Clinic

1003 Division St. St.e 2 Prescott 928. 717.0724 Mon., Tue., Thur., Fri. 8 am - 2 pm
For people ages 10-65 without insurance, with high deductibles, or people that cannot be seen by their primary care provider in a timely fashion are welcome. Does not accept or process insurance of any kind. We accept payment by cash, credit, or debit cards only at time of service. Services range from $55-$65. CDL exams by appointment only.

Northern Arizona VA Medical Center

500 N. Highway 89 Prescott 928.445.4860 Mon. - Fri. 8 am - 5 pm 1.800.698.2411 24/7
Full Range of health care benefits available for those that have served in United States Armed Forces, and their families.

Northland Cares

3112 Clearwater Dr. St A Prescott 928.776.4612
Provides a full range of outpatient services for people living with HIV/AIDS and prevention services for those at risk for HIV in northern Arizona.

Mental Health

Suicide and Crisis Hotline

Call 988 for a direct connection to compassionate, accessible care and support for anyone experiencing mental health related distress including thoughts of suicide, or substances use crisis.

Polara Health

625 W Hillside Ave. Prescott 928.445.5211 10 locations in quad city area. Integrated behavioral healthcare for people of all ages. Outreach and education, crisis care, outpatient substance abuse care, residential treatment center, peer support, and vocational rehabilitation.

988

A mental health response to a mental health crisis, 988 is a direct connection to compassionate, accessible care and support for anyone experiencing mental health-related distress. Thoughts of suicide, mental health or substances use crisis. Call 988 for anyone who may need crisis support.

Spectrum Health Care

2633 Crossings Dr. Prescott and 990 Willow Creek Road Prescott 1.877.634.7333
Behavioral health, psychiatry, counseling, support and assistance. Same day appointments, walk-ins welcome, curbside services available.

NAZCARE

599 White Spar Rd. Prescott 928.442.9205 Provides quality, holistic counseling services in order to promote recovery and wellness of mind, body and spirit. 1.888.404.5530 Warmline Hours: Mon. - Thu. 4 pm - 10:30 pm Fri. - Sun. 3pm-10:30 pm
Warm line mentor staff offers callers active listening, coping skills when requested, can make referrals to resources and crisis services to cities and counties throughout Arizona.

Child and Family Support Services

8652 Eastridge Dr. Ste. 103 Prescott Valley 927.775.9200
Mon. - Fri. 8 am - 5 pm
Believes that individuals and families are unique and require services catered to family needs. Services are flexible. Will work with whenever children and families need most, including evenings, weekends and holidays.

LGBTQ+

The Trevor Project

Advocacy, crisis support and education for LGBTQ young people.

Prism Network Northern Az

303 Gurley Street # 413 Prescott
A non-profit collaboration of organizations that provide an umbrella of support to members and allies of the LGBTQ+ Community in Yavapai County, Arizona. Provides support and education, safe places, connection, and resources.

One n Ten

Serves LGBTQ youth and young adults ages 11-24. Enhances lives by providing empowering social and service programs that promote self‐expression, self‐acceptance, leadership development, and healthy life choices. Resources for youth, families and community.

Housing & Shelter

Coalition for Compassion and Justice (CCJ)

531 Madison Ave. Prescott 928.445.8382 ext.4 (for shelter). Office Hours: Mon. – Sat. 9 am – 5 pm
$3.00 per night, must arrive by 6 pm. Visit St. Vincent de Paul for voucher if you cannot pay. Men, women, dogs allowed. Sobriety not required. Help with obtaining an I.D., birth certificates, and SS card as well as employment paperwork/workforce entry. Also offers clothing and house furnishings vouchers.

Society of St. Vincent de Paul

120 N Summit Ave. Prescott 928.778.4585 Hours: Mon., Tue., Thu. 9 am – 2 pm, Wed. noon - 4 pm
Patron should call first to set up an appointment for interview before receiving services. St. Vincent de Paul may help with emergency housing, vouchers to stay at shelters, food, rent, utilities, vouchers for thrift store clothes and house furnishings.

Prescott Area Shelter Services (PASS)

336 N. Rush St. Prescott 928.778.5933 Office hours: Mon. – Fri. 9 am – noon
Emergency shelter for women, children, transitional housing, wheels to work, operation deep freeze.

Catholic Charities Community Services

434 W. Gurley St. Prescott 928.778.2531 Office hours: Mon. - Fri. 8 am to 5 pm
Emergency shelter, transitional/affordable housing, medical loan closet, and veteran’s services.

Agape House

303 E. Gurley St. #459 Prescott 928.910.1089
Family Crisis housing, transitional housing for women and children.

Project Aware

217 LeRoux St. Prescott 928.778.7744 Office Hours: Mon., Wed., Fri. 9 am - noon
Open daily at 5 pm for check-in.
Provides temporary shelter to any man who finds himself in need of a place to stay. Photo ID, sober, and be male, 18 years or older all required. Nightly check-in 365 nights a year at 6 pm sharp. Guests are required to fill out a basic check-in form, pass a breathalyzer, take a nightly shower, and do a nightly chore. Transitional housing, daily showers and use of address to receive mail all available.

Salvation Army

237 S. Montezuma St. Prescott 928.778.0150

Stepping Stones

Administrative offices: 2651 N. Industrial Way, Suite A, Prescott Valley 24/7/365 Helpline: 928.445.HOPE Office hours: Mon. – Thu. 9 am – 4 pm, Fri. by appointment only.
Advocacy services, including safe shelter, to adults and children affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, and other forms of victimization in West Yavapai County, Arizona. Advocates are always available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Common Ground

236 N. Montezuma St., Prescott 928.443.1443
Limited number of spaces available for temporary/transitional housing.

US VETS (Veterans only)

1040 Whipple St. #400, Prescott 928.583.7207 24-hour hotline 928.308.4336
Emergency housing, transitional housing, showers, meals, laundry.

Arizona Youth Partnership

4355N Noel Dr Prescott Valley, 1.877.882.2881
The Lighthouse, shelter for boys ages 12-17. Call for procedure to arrange shelter.

Yavapai Territorial Gospel Rescue Mission

602 Lincoln Ave, Prescott, 928.443.8779
Long term transitional housing for women with children and women veterans at no cost. Bicycle ministry accepts donations of bikes and refurbishes for children as well as those experiencing homelessness.

House of Hope 316

928.237.1870
Independent living for elderly that are at risk of being homeless. Provides housing food and other services to elderly men and women.

Families with Children Birth to Five

WIC (Women Infants Children)

928.771.3138 Nutrition, health, and support for women with children birth through age 5.

High Country Early Intervention

3160 Stillwater Drive, Prescott, Arizona 86305
928.776.9285
A non-profit organization that provides family-centered services. We provide speech therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy to all ages.
Therapists perform evaluations and provide ongoing therapy services to those who qualify. We accept private pay and can work with most insurance companies, including AHCCCS, as well as the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD).

Child Find

300 E. Gurley St. Prescott
928.442. 1283
Free monthly developmental screening provided, including vision and hearing, plus diagnostic follow-up evaluations, if needed.

Parents as Teachers

928.443.1991 ext. 2010
Work 1-on-1 with a trained and caring parent educator, in the convenience of your own home. Build on the parenting skills you already have and nurture your child’s health, development and learning.

Dolly Parton Imagination Library

928.777.1516
Receive a free book in the mail every month from birth until the child’s fifth birthday!

Birth To Five Helpline

1.877.705.KIDS (5437)
Nothing is out of the question. The Birth to Five Helpline is a free service open to all Arizona families with young children looking for the latest child development information from experts in the field. Professionals may also take advantage of this service.

Childcare Resource and Referral

Business hours are Mon. – Fri., 8:00 am - 6:00 pm and Sat. 8:00 am - noon
1.800.308.9000
CCR&R will help you with information and tools needed to make an informed decision with regards to selecting a childcare program.
Se habla Español.

Child Care Assistance

3262 Bob Dr., Prescott Valley
1.855.432.7587
A Department of Economic Security program to assist families in paying for childcare for their infants – preschool-aged children.

First Things First

724 Montezuma St., Prescott
928.776.0062
First Things First is an essential leader and partner in creating a family-centered, equitable, high-quality early childhood system that supports the development, well-being, health and education of all Arizona’s children, birth to age 5. To find more about programs available to families with children birth. age 5, click on link below:
Family Guide (firstthingsfirst.org)
Guia para Familias (firstthingsfirst.org)

Children, Teens, & Families

Arizona Youth Partnership

4355N Noel Dr Prescott Valley
1.877.882.2881
The Lighthouse, shelter for boys ages 12-17. Call for procedure to arrange shelter.

Prescott Unified School District Family Resource Center

1050 N. Ruth Street, Prescott
928.830.7658
The PUSD Family Resource center offers the following resources to any family with a student enrolled in PUSD: clothing for children of all ages, shoes, underwear/socks, winter jackets, blankets, hygiene items, including feminine projects, school supplies. Call to make an appointment to discuss services.

Yavapai CASA for kids

3281 Bob Dr., Prescott Valley
928.445.0800
Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation works to enrich the lives of current and former foster youth and support the CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) program.

North Star Youth Partnership

434 W. Gurley Street Prescott
928.708.7214
928.379.1667 Teen Closet
North Star Youth Partnership helps youth choose healthy lifestyle behaviors that prevent violence, gang activity, substance use, and teen pregnancy through an array of youth leadership programs that build self-confidence and equip them with a “toolkit” of life skills. Teen closet provides free quality clothing for teens ages 13-19.

Launch Pad

424 6th St., Prescott
928.227.0758
Mon., Tue. 2:30 pm – 7 pm, Wed., Thu., Fri. 2:30 pm – 9 pm, Sat. 5 pm – 9 pm
424 6th St., Prescott
Inciting teen confidence and empowerment through innovative community education and engagement. Program examples: boys to men mentoring, teen learning lab, Moon Café (apprentice program, workforce development), after school transportation from PHS and Northpoint.

Northern Arizona Special Needs Support for Parents

The 2nd Tuesday of each month 6 pm - 7:30 pm
Northern Arizona Special Needs Support Group for Parents is a free in-person group for parents, caregivers, grandparents and foster parents with common experiences or concerns who provide each other with encouragement, comfort, and advice.

Big Brothers Big Sisters

3201 Lakeside Village, Prescott
928.778.5135
Facilitates one on one matches for children, ages 6-18 with volunteer adults that serve as mentors and friends.

Boys and Girls Club of Prescott

335 E. Aubrey Prescott
928776.8686 administration
928.776.9191 clubhouse
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Arizona offers a safe place for Prescott and Prescott Valley youth to go to in the summer and after the school bell rings to foster self-confidence and positive relationships with others.

YMCA

750 Whipple St Prescott
928.445.7221
The James Family Prescott YMCA is a non-profit charitable organization that was founded locally in 1914. It is an association of persons of all ages who are united in a common effort to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.

Older Adults

Prescott People Who Care

1580 Plaza West Dr., Prescott 928.445.2480
Help with getting to essential appointments or getting groceries because you are no longer able to drive, People Who Care would like to help. Eligibility: are at least 18 years of age. live in Chino Valley, Prescott, Prescott Valley or Dewey. Cannot drive due to physical limitations, including medical, vision, hearing, and age-related challenges. You live independently (not in an assisted living community). You may still qualify if you live with a spouse or family member. Have limited access to family or community support, can call our office on your own behalf.

Senior Connection

928.778.3747 Resources for older adults and those that care for them. Extensive speaker’s bureau events, expos, videos, articles, resource directory specific to Prescott’s senior population.

Caring Presence of Prescott

805 Whipple St. Ste. D Prescott 928.771.0701
Caring Presence provides non-medical home care services. A free assessment is available to assess needs and match with caregiver. Services can include meal prep, companionship, respite care, grocery shopping, personal care, hospice support and transportation service.

NACOG - Area Agency on Aging

3003 Centerpointe East Dr. Prescott 1.877.521.3500 for all inquiries
928.460.5571 Health and Wellness
928.227.0970 Medicare Benefits specialist
Provides information and referrals and Medicare counseling to seniors in northern Arizona. Offers free health and wellness programs. Provides intake and case management for seniors and adults with disabilities so they can remain in their own homes. Includes assessment of needs, development of an individualized care plan, and coordination of in-home support services. Offers ombudsman advocacy to those in long-term facilities.

ICARE Adult Day Center

928.515.1011 213 N. Marina St. Prescott
Provides planned care, personal care, meals, health monitoring, and social activities for adults 18 and older in our group setting. Center provides family with a needed break, while giving their loved one a chance to socialize with their peers and our staff. Helping both family and loved one avoid stress, anxiety, loneliness or isolation. Daily activity calendar on website.

Susan J. Rheem Adult Day Center

3407 N. Windsong Dr. 928.775.3563
Program serves individuals 18 years and older and their families living with memory loss, illnesses, disabilities, Alzheimer’s disease, and dementias. Located in Prescott Valley, SJRC serves all surrounding areas of Prescott, Chino Valley, Paulden, Dewey-Humboldt, Spring Valley and Cordes Lakes. SJRC meets a critical need for promoting independence of adults ages 18 years and older living with illnesses, disabilities, Alzheimer’s disease, and dementias, through medical services and social activities in a comforting and loving environment.

Margaret T. Morris Center

878 Sunset Ave. Prescott 928.445.6633
The Margaret T. Morris Center, Northern Arizona’s only assisted living community dedicated solely to dementia care has served hundreds of people and their families living with Alzheimer’s disease, other forms of dementia, mild cognitive impairment, and memory loss. Comprehensive programming, unique building design, nonprofit management status, longevity in the community, and the longevity of staff.

Meals on Wheels Prescott

1280 E Rosser St, Prescott 928.445.7630
Chef prepared lunches at Rosser Cafe available Mon. – Fri. 11:15 am – 12:45 pm
Lunch cost ranges from a suggested donation of $5-$7 dollars. No reservation needed. Monthly menu available on website. For home delivery: A nutritious, freshly prepared meal daily, a wellness check, companionship, community resource referrals.

Polara Health Senior Peer Support Groups

928.445.5211 EXT. 2035
Offers small groups for women, men, meditation and support for those with low vision and blindness.

Rowlie Simmons Adult Center

1280 E. Rosser St. Prescott 928.778.3000
Offers a variety of exercise classes, line dancing, challenging brain games, seminars on health, diet, and safety, demonstrations in creative arts, and cultural exchange opportunities, all geared toward promoting physical, mental, and social health to enhance our quality of life. A community organization that serves and schedules community events for families and adults of all ages including family gatherings and celebrations, wedding receptions, fund raisers, parties, all types of meetings including churches, political gatherings, and much more.

Cycling Without Age Prescott

602.549.2109
Cycling Without Age Prescott serves senior citizens by taking them for bicycle rickshaw rides and developing significant friendships.

YMCA

750 Whipple St Prescott
928.445.7221
The James Family Prescott YMCA is a non-profit charitable organization that was founded locally in 1914. It is an association of persons of all ages who are united in a common effort to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.

Olli (Osher Life Long Learning Institute)

1100 E. Sheldon St. building 31
928.717.7634
Offered through Yavapai College’s Prescott and Sedona-Verde campuses, a variety of learning and teaching opportunities for adults, 50 years of age and over.

House of Hope 316

928.237.1870
Independent living for elderly that are at risk of being homeless. Provides housing food and other services to elderly men and women.

Employment & Education

Yavapai County Education Service Agency

2970 Centerpointe East Dr. Prescott 928.771.354 Mon. - Fri. 8 am - 4 pm
The Yavapai County Education Service Agency (YCESA) provides leadership, services and support to all county schools. The YCESA website provides resources for homeschoolers, a comprehensive list of all public, charter and area institutions of higher education.

Yavapai College

1100 E Sheldon St. Prescott 928.515.0259 Mon. - Fri. 9 am - 5 pm
College and Career Pathways. Certificates, Degrees, Transfer to university programs, technical education tied to workforce development.
English as a Second Language (ESL) (928) 776-2088 or visit:
https://www.yc.edu/v6/abe/index.html
GED/High School Equivalent 928.776.2092 or visit:
https://www.yc.edu/v6/abe/ged.html

Goodwill Career Center

1385 Iron Springs Rd. Prescott 928.515.6540 Mon. - Thus. 9 am - 4 pm
Career services are free of charge to help land a job or advance a career. Access to everything from skills training, career coaching, resume review, certifications, hiring events, and more. Computers are available for use and free of charge. Prescott residents can either call number above to set up appointment at career center on Iron Springs Rd. Please note, center is closed for lunch from 12:00 to 12:30

NACOG Yavapai at Work

221 N. Marina St. Prescott 928.778.1422 Yavapai at Work provides complimentary services to both job seekers and employers across Yavapai County who seek to connect job applicants with area business. Orientations for job seekers held each Monday at 10am at the Marina St. office. Personalized support for training, mentoring and skills assessment is included in the process.

US VETS

1040 Whipple St. #400 Prescott 928.583.7680 Veterans in need of employment assistance or career counseling available. The program is designed to help veterans translate their military experience into civilian employment opportunities.

Labor Systems

Temporary work agency 701 Miller Valley Rd. Prescott 928.541.0010
Available to both job seekers and employers. Temporary, flexible and transitional employment opportunities.

Transportation

Yavapai Regional Transit

Low cost bus service to Chino Valley, Prescott, & Prescott Valley (As of July 2022, all rides are free)
To schedule a deviation or other service questions: 928.636.3602 (can request stop at Prescott Public Library)
For general questions and help planning a trip: 928.458.5885 Mon. - Fri. 8 am - noon
Route Schedules

Prescott People Who Care

1580 Plaza West Dr., Prescott -- 928.445.2480
Help with getting to essential appointments or getting groceries because you are no longer able to drive, People Who Care would like to help. Eligibility: are at least 18 years of age. live in Chino Valley, Prescott, Prescott Valley or Dewey. Cannot drive due to physical limitations, including medical, vision, hearing, and age-related challenges. You live independently (not in an assisted living community). You may still qualify if you live with a spouse or family member. Have limited access to family or community support, can call our office on your own behalf.

Free Phone, Devices, and Internet Programs

Assurance Phone (free cell phone program)

This government service is supported by the Affordable Connectivity Plan. Free to qualifying households.

Life Wireless (free cell phone program)

Life Wireless offers a Lifeline discount to low income families and individuals for wireless services. The specifics of what determines a potential subscriber's eligibility are specific to each state.

Maxsip telecom

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is an FCC program to help families and households struggling to afford internet service. This new benefit will connect eligible households to jobs, critical healthcare services, virtual classrooms, and so much more