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Representative Austin collaborates with several local community groups, fostering a strong connection to address community needs. For detailed information about the programs and resources available, please explore the provided links.


The Azura Veterans Coalition (formerly “Mesa Veterans Resource Center”) provides a centralized location offering comprehensive resources to access services and personal assistance including: employment, soft skills training, resume building, health care, in house mental health and benefits counseling, navigation for housing and rental assistance, addiction counseling, transportation assistance, veteran focused support groups, and interactive classes.


United Food Bank provides access to nutritious food through community partnerships, food distribution and education in the East Valley and in Eastern Arizona.


Mesa Community Action Network (MesaCAN) helps low-income households across the City of Mesa with a host of services that include: financial assistance, educational assistance, employment assistance, health assistance, and other resources.


2-1-1 Arizona operators will help individuals and families 24 hours per day, seven days per week and every day of the year in both English, Spanish, and other languages, find resources that are available to them locally, throughout the state, and provide connections to critical services that can improve – and save – lives, including:

  • Supplemental Food and Nutrition Programs

  • Shelter and Housing Options

  • Utilities Assistance

  • Emergency Information and Disaster Relief

  • Employment and Education Opportunities

  • Services for Veterans

  • Healthcare, vaccination and health epidemic information

  • Addiction Prevention and Rehabilitation Programs

  • Re-entry help for ex-offenders

  • Support groups for individuals with mental illnesses or special needs

  • A safe, confidential path out of physical and/or emotional domestic violence

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