Three divisions of the Arizona Department of Economic Security are available at NATIVE HEALTH Central These are: Division of Benefits and Medical Eligibility, Division of Child Support Services and Division of Employment and Rehabilitation Services through Arizona@Work.
Arizona Department of Economic Security’s SNAE&T is available at NATIVE HEALTH Mesa on Tuesday mornings, 9:00 a.m.-noon.Learn more >
NATIVE HEALTH Emergency Assistance Program assists Native American families who reside on a reservation, with the financial costs of travel, shelter, food and personal care when a family member is transported to a Phoenix Metropolitan hospital for medical emergencies.Learn more >
NATIVE HEALTH has a monthly legal services partnership with Community Legal Services, Inc. Free legal advice is available for any one who meets the financial income requirement. Pre-screening required. Services are performed at NATIVE HEALTH Central.Learn more >
NATIVE HEALTH partners with St. Mary’s Food Bank, UnitedFoodBank and Midwest Food Bank to address food insecurity issues at multiple NATIVE HEALTH locations. Please see NATIVE HEALTH Central and NATIVE HEALTH Mesa pages for additional information and times of food distribution.Learn more >
Read it and Eat is a program that provides early literacy opportunities and introducing families to healthy, affordable, easy cooking lessons. This program is offered once monthly at NATIVE HEALTH Central and once monthly at NATIVE HEALTH Mesa. Past recipes have included Cantaloupe Salsa, Zucchini Cranberry Zoodle Slaw, Healthy Banana Splits and more. At the end of each class, the family receives a $10.00 bag of produce. This program is funded by Arizona Complete Health and has been recognized nationally. For more information contact Susan Levy at (602) 279-5262 x 3111 or email her at email@example.com.Learn more >