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Arizona Caregiver Coalition
The Arizona Caregiver Coalition is accepting volunteers living in Arizona to work on a telephone help line. We help family caregivers make informed decisions to better care for a family member.
More and more families find themselves in caregiver situations and need community support to meet their many challenges and responsibilities. We provide information, attentive listening, and friendly support. With COVID-19, family caregivers are even more isolated and in need of resources.
That's where the Caregiver Advocate volunteers come in. We provide training to become more knowledgeable about caregiving issues and concerns. Then, in turn, you can discuss various options with the caregivers over the phone or in e-mail. These conversations can empower the caregivers to set priorities and make thought-out decisions. We provide free training and we have a seasoned volunteer/staff assist you until you are ready to be on your own. You can work from your own home, times are flexible during the week.
Ideal for someone who has been (or knows others who have been) caring for a family member, but this is not required. Volunteers need to live in Arizona and be able to complete a background check.
About Arizona Caregiver Coalition
1812 W Monroe, PHOENIX, AZ 85007, US
The Arizona Caregiver Coalition works to improve the quality of life for family caregivers across Arizona through collaborative partnerships, advocacy, resources, and respite support.
The Arizona Caregiver Coalition is a community-based, 501(c)3 tax exempt organization. It was founded in 2014 to support and advocate for family caregivers in Arizona. We operate the statewide Caregiver Resource Line (888-737-7494) to answer questions and provide information. We also offer funding for respite, so that family caregivers can get a break. We partner with the Arizona Department of Economic Security, Area Agencies on Aging, and other community based organizations.