Do you or does someone you know need a little (or maybe even a lot) of assistance?  Check out these resources.


The Grand Canyon Community Wellness group put together this resource guide full of helpful tips, links, meetings etc.

Coconino County Health Department has a hot-line set up for questions at 928-679-7300

10 ways to manage symptoms at home click here also has additional information including current County information on cases.

Veteran assistance - The Veteran Resource Center is now funding emergency hotel stays for veterans seeking housing who are in congregate living situations such as shelters; are 60 or older or with significant underlying health problems, particularly those with a weakened immune systems or health problems that impact lung function. Please have the Veteran call 928-266-1984 for this assistance.

Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce

Website links with resources on multiple COVID-19 concerns please visit

Victim Witness Services are now located at the Canyon.

Providing compassionate support and resources to victims, witnesses, and survivors of crime and crisis. 

  • Advocacy: initial crisis, through the investigation and judicial process
  • Assistance: obtaining legal documents such as Orders of Protection.
  • Connection: to local resources for food, shelter, counseling, etc.
  • Arizona State’s Victim Compensation Program for Coconino County
  • Prevention education and training: centered on evidence-based practices and trauma-informed-care.

Want to know what you can do to help? Click here

Local Advocate: Bethany Larsen

  • 928-638-2730 (office: 8:30-4:30 M-F)
  • 928-864-9791 (cell/text)
  • 928-638-2526 x 6024 (Xanterra Call Center)


  • Office location: Grand Canyon Lodges Human Resources Building – on South Village Loop, Grand Canyon Village
  • Flagstaff Office: 928-856-7676 (8:00-5:00 M-F)
  • After Hours: 928-774-1414 (ask for an advocate)
  • Emergencies: call 911 for NPS Park Rangers or Coconino County Sheriff’s Office 

Coconino County Emergency Notification system

sign-up now at
CASA Virtual Academy July 2020 Coconino

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) are compassionate adults who fight for and protect a child’s right to be safe, to be treated with dignity and respect, and to learn and grow in the security of a loving family.  CASA volunteers are appointed by judges to advocate for a child’s best interests. They stay with the child until their case is closed and they reach a safe, permanent home. Volunteers work with legal and child welfare professionals, educators and others to ensure that judges have all the information they need to make potentially life-changing decisions for each child.

To apply to become a CASA Volunteer here in Coconino County:

Felicia Bicknell CASA Recruitment and Training Coordinator CASA of Coconino This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  928.226.5433
Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth (CCCY) is here to support the health and welfare of children. Check out their website
Frank Moraga
Parent & Community Outreach Coordinator
Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Get FREE CCC&Y training by going to; Includes Part I and II on Multicultural Understanding of Historical Trauma, ACES, Mindfulness for Professionals, Parents and Youth, Strengthening Families-Protective Factors.

Learn about our monthly Action & Outreach Committee and our Countywide Prevention Council meetings and other prevention efforts —  Looking for countywide members to serve on our committees. Send email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Other resources from CCC&Y: 

  • Visit for the latest updates and to sign up for our weekly e-newsletter
  • Join CCCY’S Family Connection Weekly Zoom Meeting on Thursdays at
  • Resource guides available for cities across Coconino County at
  • Check CCC&Y’s 2020 Grand Canyon, Tusayan Regional Events webpage for the latest events/announcements in the region at Send new flyers to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Family Involvement Center
Family / Parent Support available through WarmlineFamily / Parent Support available through Warmline“With people required to stay home and many losing jobs, the number of individuals experiencing mental, financial and family challenges just keeps growing. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), depression, anxiety, and other mental health concerns are on the rise amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet services that help those struggling aren’t as available as they normally would be right now.COVID-19 suddenly changed how services could be provided, which is why Family Involvement Center’s Warmline has become such a critical resource.The support service provides free guidance and connects people to resources for helping deal with job loss, insurance, heightened anxiety and much more. FIC’s Warmline has seen a jump in call volume over the last few weeks.People need to know that they can still get help now. We’re just having to be more creative in getting the word out so people know we’re here if they need us.FIC is urging any who feels overwhelmed due to life’s current challenges to call the Warmline at 877-568-8468. The Warmline is answered Monday-Friday from 8 am to 6 pm and 8 am – 12 pm on the weekends. It’s available statewide. If you prefer to not call, feel free to fill out our "Get Support Now" form found in our new FIC website:…/get-support-now .

Parent Assistance Center that FIC operates. 

The state-wide Parent Assistance Center (PAC), provided through the Family Involvement Center (FIC), is a phone based support to parents who have children with any special needs - emotional, physical, and/or behavioral.   Staffed by professionals who have lived experience, who listen and provide encouragement and insight, the PAC can help struggling parents with support, options, and help them to find resources that will address their family’s needs.  Staffed Monday through Friday from 8:30-6:00 and Saturday from 8:00-12:00.    Call 877-568-8468 or 602-288-0155.  There’s no cost for this service.

SNAP Program - Do you need help buying food?

Abby with North Country Health Care can assist people in appling for SNAP over the phone - please contact her at 928-522-1104

Your household must meet certain requirements to be eligible for SNAP and receive benefits. If your State agency determines that you are eligible to receive SNAP benefits, you will receive benefits back to the date you submitted your application.

To see if you might be eligible for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, visit our pre-screening tool.

Note: The FNS SNAP pre-screening eligibility tool is an interactive site with general information about eligibility requirements and how benefits are determined. Sharing your information in that form does not mean you filed an application for benefits. You will still need to submit an application through your State SNAP agency or local SNAP office.

Justice Court Services 
Tuesdays Tusayan Town Hall

As we are limiting public access to the town hall and courthouse during this time, please call the Williams Court at (928) 679-7698 if you have any requests or questions regarding a pending case or matter before the court.  Cash payments will be accepted at the courthouse, but telephonic and online payments are preferred at this time.  More information on payments or any other customer service requests may be made by phone, emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or faxed to (928) 635-1908  

If you need to speak with a judge, Judge Krombeen will accept calls for the town court matters on Tuesdays at 10am.   

If you have a scheduled court date, effective immediately all court appearances will only be by telephone.  Please call (928) 679-7698 at your scheduled court time.    

Scholarships Available 
The Grand Canyon Rotary Club would like to encourage all High School Graduates who have a dream of going to a Vocational School to consider applying for a grant from the Rotary Vocational Fund of Arizona.  This grant is designed for low income people who want to improve their employment opportunities. Grants range from $850 - $3000.  For specific information and to apply visit

North Country HealthCare
Health Benefits Enrollment
2nd Monday of every month at North Country Health Care in the Grand Canyon.
Get Free application assistance with AHCCS, KidsCare, Health Insurance Marketplace, SNAP (formerly know as Food Stamps), Veterans Programs  Call 928-638-2551 for a free appointment.

North Country HealthCare

Services Available

Physical Therapy 
Telemedicine appointments
Call 928-638-2551 for more information


Grand Canyon Community Church 
will be streaming church services call (928) 638-2340 for more information


Grand Canyon Food Pantry is open for business and recently received food for distribution. Food is pre-bagged and handed out.  Their hours are

Monday's 8 am - 11 am

Wednesday 11 am - 2 pm

Saturday 2 - 5 pm 

watch their Facebook  page for updates

If you want to volunteer please call Mike 207-229-1228

Tusayan Food Bank

With the support of the Town of Tusayan and St Mary's Food Bank Alliance we have additional resources to assist you in these trying times.  If you are in need of supplies please register here. For the next distribution check Currently distributions are taking place the 3rd Wednesday's of the month from 12 pm - 2 pm behind the Chicken Kitchen.

Valle Food Bank

St Mary's distribution at Valle Hardware Feed & Supply - 593 Carol Dr, Williams, AZ 86046

We ask that you register at - mornings on the 3rd Wednesday of the month

Do you have kids under 18 yrs

Grand Canyon PTA Summer Cafe program extended until school starts in September

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Other usefull links  Multiple resources and links to assist you NEW website by the State of Arizona

Grand Canyon Chamber & Visitor’s Bureau
P.O. Box 3007 Grand Canyon, AZ 86023 | P: (844) 638-2901
© 2016 Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce

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