City of Yuma and County Reference List

Western Arizona Council of
WACOG works on a broad range of issues and programs including: the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Community Services Block Grant (CSBG), Head Start, Health, Low-Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP), Nutrition, Services for Older Americans, Social Service Block Grant (SSBG), Transit and Transportation, Tax and Income Policies, Weatherization Assistance, and Welfare Reform. 

Catholic Community
Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona, Inc., in collaboration with people of many beliefs, provides health and human services to individuals and families in need with supportive and healing programs.  

Yuma Private Industry Council (YPIC)
Workforce development and career resources.

The Adult Education website is a cooperative effort of all providers of Adult Education services in Yuma County. Most classes are free, some are for a nominal fee, and college- credited courses are at the current college tuition rate. 

is a AHCCCS provider.  AHCCS is responsible for providing health insurance to low income Arizonans

Services are based on the individual needs of each victim. These services include on-scene crisis intervention, medical evaluation, interviews of victims, mental health referrals, and the provision and coordination of other victim services.

Housing America
HAC is a private non-profit corporation dedicated to improving community living standards by pro-viding decent, safe and sanitary housing for very low, low and moderate income families of Yuma and Mohave counties.

The purpose of Crossroads Mission is to help disabled, disadvantaged, and disenfranchised individuals and families achieve a better quality of life!

1701 S Arizona Avenue, Yuma AZ 85364, 928-783-0181
The Salvation Army of Yuma County provides many social services including a daily soup kitchen, emergency food boxes, clothing, utility assistance, and more.

Child Protective
3780 S 4th Avenue, Yuma AZ 85364, 928-341-1159
The Division of Children, Youth and Families is a human service organization dedicated to achieving safety, well-being and permanency for children, youth and families through leadership and the provision of quality services in partnership with communities.

DES Family Assistance-The Cash Assistance Program provides temporary cash assistance and supportive services to children, individuals, and their families.  
1220 S 4th Avenue
928-783-5313 or 928-782-7101

City of Yuma

Yuma County Housing
Provides both Conventional and Section 8 Assistance

Other Community Contacts

Community Resources