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Community Resources

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St. Mary’s Mobil Food Pantry will be available at AMS Flower the second Saturday of every month.  Families and community member are invited to come to campus and select delicious food from an abundance of fresh produce and other goodies.  Please bring your own bags or boxes.


The Mobile Pantry will be open from 10 am –12 am and is in the cafeteria on the AMS Flower campus 3335 W. Flower St. Phoenix, AZ 85008.


Please bring your family and friends to enjoy this wonderful resource.

Arizona Self-Help is a free, confidential and easy-to-use Web site that estimates eligibility for 31 different health and human services programs, such as:
   • Food & Nutrition: Food Stamps, WIC, School Meals & Emergency Food Assistance
   • Housing & Utilities: Section 8, Housing Assistance, Shelter Services & Utility Discounts
   • Financial Benefits: TANF, EITC & Unemployment Insurance
   • Health Care: AHCCCS & S.O.B.R.A.
   • Children Resources: Child Care Assistance, Head Start & Child Care referral
Maricopa Integrated Health System's Maryvale Family Learning Center offers support services for you, your family and the community.
There are so many amazing family events going on every day in the Phoenix area!! Click on the link for a list of events fun for the whole family happening this September. 

The three City of Phoenix Family Service Centers, these service centers provide utility assistance and other aid, John F. Long in west Phoenix, Travis Williams in South Phoenix and Sunnyslope in northeast Phoenix. Contact a center by calling 602-534-2433.


Arizona 2-1-1 is an online resource to help residents find resources they need.  AZ 2-1-1 provides connections for support with food, clothing, paying bills, hosing and shelter, domestic violence, health and dental needs, disability-related services, veteran and military services, employment, mental health support, substance use disorders, government services, and individual and family services. 


AZ 2-1-1 will connect you with agencies and other local resources for additional support.


Website or dial 2-1-1

All fourth grade students have the opportunity to receive a free National Parks Pass! After following the online instructions, students can print a paper pass which is valid at all national parks, including these popular Arizona parks:
  • Saguaro National Park (Tucson)
  • Sabino Canyon National Recreation Area (Tucson)
  • Grand Canyon National Park
  • Casa Grande Ruins National Monument
  • Tumacácori National Historical Park