Resources & Helpful Links

Finding the assistance you need shouldn’t be hard. While Scottsdale Community Partners offers many programs and services to help those in need, sometimes what we offer doesn’t provide all the aid you might need. Below we have compiled a list of additional helpful links and resources that offer amazing services and programs.

City of Scottsdale

City of Scottsdale website offers current Scottsdale residents, a variety of options based on specific information needs. You can find featured news stories, city services available to residents, human services, business services, economic development programs, Parks and Recreation programs, and a calendar of events listing things to do in the Scottsdale area. 

Phone: 480.312.3111

Website: City of Scottsdale


Scottsdale Community Assistance Office (CAO)

The CAO manages a variety of federal and local funds and programs that help improve the quality of life for low to moderate-income families and assist in the stabilization of Scottsdale neighborhoods. The CAO manages the city’s affordable housing program (HOME Program) and offers qualified residents a housing rehabilitation opportunity (roof repair / structural repair). The CAO collaborates with non-profit agencies and other city departments, to address and meet both basic and critical human needs.

Phone: 480.312.7156

Website: Scottsdale Community Assistance Office


City of Scottsdale Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) Program

This program is designed to assist families and individuals to work towards their goal of becoming financially independent. FSS participants work closely with Case Managers to establish short and long-term goals to help improve the financial well-being of Scottsdale residents. 

Phone: 480.312.7717

Website: Scottsdale Family Self-Sufficiency Program


Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8)

The program provides affordable and safe housing opportunities for lower-income families, senior citizens and persons with disabilities. The Scottsdale Housing Agency (SHA) subsidizes the rent of eligible families by paying a rental subsidy directly to the landlord each month under a Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) Contract.

Phone: 480.312.7717

Website: Scottsdale Housing Choice Voucher Program


Scottsdale Youth and Family Services

Provides supportive intervention, education, and referral for families seeking help with parenting, child development, family conflict, alcohol and drug abuse, behavioral health services or juvenile law. Educational workshops for juveniles focus on: Study skills, money management, job skills, making good choices (saying “no” to drugs and alcohol) and life skills.

Phone: 480.312.7922

Website: Scottsdale Youth and Family Services


City of Scottsdale Senior Centers

Scottsdale Senior Centers provide residents with recreational activities, support groups, socialization, outings, special events, information seminars; a variety of social services that are available to meet the needs of seniors with case managers assigned and follow up home assessment visits. Other services include health and wellness (Gleaners healthy brown bag lunches) and celebrating holiday events.

Website: Scottsdale Senior Centers

Granite Reef Senior Center
1700 N. Granite Reef Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85257
Phone: 480.312.1700

Via Linda Senior Center
10440 E. Via Linda
Scottsdale AZ 85258
Phone: 480.312.5810


Scottsdale Transportation Services

This website includes transportation information for bus services, Dial-a-Ride and the Cab Connection. When using the Cab Connection, they require a Scottsdale resident 65 years and older to apply in advance for discount cab fare that will not exceed $10. Discover which mode of transportation will best fit your needs.

City Bus Service Phone: 480.312.7250

Dial-a-Ride/ADA Phone: 480.633.0101

Cab Connection Phone: 480.312.8747

Website: Scottsdale Transportation Services


Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health (NOAH)

The Heuser Family Medicine healthcare clinic provides personal care for families, which includes gynecological and obstetrical care, monitoring pregnant women, new borns, and children and on-site lab. While the Cholla Health Center is a family medicine model that puts an emphasis on providing services for the special needs population of the Cholla campus.

Website: Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health

Cholla Health Center
11130 E. Cholla Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85259
Phone: 480.882.7520

Heuser Family Medicine
7301 E. Second St. # 210
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Phone: 480.882.4545


Scottsdale Vista del Camino Community Center

Del Camino website provides a link to a variety of services to Scottsdale residents to help prevent homelessness, meet the basic needs of individuals and families in crisis, relieve economic and emotional stress and assist individuals to maintain self-sufficiency. Vista Del Camino provides residents with information regarding Social Services, Career Center and Food Bank.

Website: Vista del Camino Community Center

Vista del Camino Community Center
7700 E Roosevelt St
Scottsdale, AZ 85257
Phone: 480.312.2323


Health-e-Arizona Plus

This website helps individual and families with health insurance payment assistance and the ability to apply for food stamps.

Phone: 855.432.7587

Website: Health-e-Arizona Plus


United Methodist Outreach Ministries (UMOM)

UMOM is the largest shelter assistance programs for homeless families in Arizona. They pride themselves on keeping families together by proving immediate emergency shelters, transitional housing and permanent housing options.

Phone: 602.595.8700

Website: United Methodist Outreach Ministries


Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS) 

They provide a meal, safe shelter and support services to help clients regain stability, begin to rebuild their lives and end their homelessness. Once in the shelter, clients meet with a Case Manager who helps the client build a unique case plan in ending their homelessness.

Central Arizona Shelter Services
230 S. 12th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone: 602.759.5356

Website:Central Arizona Shelter Services


Scottsdale Family Advocacy Center

The Center includes a cross section of professional disciplines that investigate crimes against persons, which may involve CPS investigating child abuse case, police investigations of domestic violence, assault or sex crimes, adult probation violations, missing persons, criminal street gangs and internet crimes against children.

Phone: 480.312.6300

Website: Scottsdale Family Advocacy Center


Paiute Neighborhood Center

The Paiute Center offers its neighborhood community social, recreational, cultural and educational programs and services.

Paiute Neighborhood Center
6535 E. Osborn Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Phone: 480.312.2529

Website: Paiute Neighborhood Center