PH: 928-757-5312
                      FX: 928-757-5332

Individuals and organizations that can help in times of need.
The American Childhood Cancer Society: Helps children battle and overcome cancer.

American Red Cross: The American Red Cross helps prepare communities for emergencies and keep people safe every day thanks to caring people who support our work.
Arizone Coalition to End Homelessness (AZTEH): Through public policy advocacy, increasing public awareness,
assisting the community and holding conferences and forums on homelessness, AZCEH seeks the end of homelessness in Arizona. 
Arizone Community Action Association (ACAA): A website full of resources, particularly Arizona Self Help which is a free eligibility tool, developed by ACAA to help users prescreen for 31 social service programs.  After completing a brief online questionnaire, users receive contact information and downloadable applications in English or Spanish for SNAP (formerly Food Stamps), housing and utility programs, financial benefits, services for seniors and persons with disabilities, health care, and children's resources.   The People's Information Guide, published by ACAA in English and Spanish, is a free, comprehensive list of resources and programs available to low-income families and individuals across Arizona.

Boys and Girls Club of Kingman:
Making a positive difference in children’s lives. (928) 718-0033

Kingman Aid to Abused People: Provides emergency intervention services, support and counseling to families in crisis, including a shelter for women and children displaced by domestic violence. (928) 753-6222 or Crisis Line (928) 753-4242

Kingman Area Food Bank: Provides food and when available, other necessities such as diapers, blankets, and toiletries. (928) 757-4165

Medical Malpractice Center: A group dedicated to providing vital information, tips, and resources to individuals and family members affected by medical negligence.

Mesothelioma-Online Help: Comprehensive resource for Mesothelioma.

Mohave County’s One-Stop Centers: Mohave County's One-Stop Centers represent an integrated partnership of workforce and community programs that promote individual self-sufficiency and community quality of life.

Salvation Army Kingman Corps: Provides emergency services and critical needs of homeless and other needy people, including food, clothing, and utility assistance. (928) 753-5592

Sarah's House Child and Family Advocacy Center: Provides services, including counseling and forensic exams, to children and families who are victims of sexual, physical and emotional abuse.
(928) 757-8103

Southwest Fair Housing Council: A non profit organization based in Tucson. that offers free information, services and education in regards to housing discrimination statewide. 
For more information, contact: JoAnne Reyes (888) 624-4611 x16

Tuck:  A complete directory of all emergency shelters in the US, organized by state, with contact information (phone, web and address) as well as all of the services they offer plus a curated compilation of national and online resources for those affected by homelessness looking for help.

United Way: United Way Worldwide is the leadership organization for the network of nearly 4,000 community-based United Ways in 46 countries and territories. They advance the common good, creating opportunities for a better life for all by focusing on education, income and health. The United Way movement mobilizes millions to action—to give, advocate and volunteer—to improve the conditions in which they live.

WACOG: Western Arizona Council of Governments: A governmental non-profit that is dedicated to serving its local jurisdictions, income challenged households, and vulnerable populations in Yuma, La Paz, and Mohave Counties. (928) 753-6247