Get Involved

Get Involved

Coconino County Health and Human Services (CCHHS) is certified as a Qualifying Charitable Organization (QCO). CCHHS offers several ways to get involved, including donating and volunteering. Learn more about both opportunities below.

Your gifts make a direct and lasting impact on the lives of your neighbors in Coconino County. Donations allow CCHHS to provide homebound seniors with nutritious meals, offer caregivers respite, prepare out-of-work individuals for new careers, and more. Learn more about the many programs your gift supports here.

As a designated Community Action Agency and Qualifying Charitable Organization, donations to Coconino County Health and Human Services are tax-deductible and are eligible for the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit, which reduces your Arizona State income tax dollar-for-dollar, up to the legal limit of up to $400 for individuals and $800 for married couples filing jointly. Donate your Arizona Charitable Tax Credit gift by April 15 of each year for the prior tax year.

Make your donation online here, or, mail a check to Coconino County Health and Human Services, 2625 N King St, Flagstaff, AZ, Attention: CCHHS Finance. Please add the word ‘donation’ in the memo line.

Questions about making your donation? Please contact us at (928) 679-7453.

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Coconino County Health and Human Services is the area’s designated Community Action Agency (CAA). Learn more about the management of the Coconino County CAA here.


Volunteers are vital to Coconino County Health and Human Services. If you are interested in helping those in-need in our community, please learn more below and reach out.

Senior Services Volunteers

Senior Services operates in Flagstaff and Williams where they offer Meals on Wheels and senior center meals and activities. Volunteers are needed for a variety of roles including:

  • Driving and/or delivering meals to homebound seniors
  • Setting up for/cleaning up after senior center meals and activities
  • Serving meals at senior centers
  • Leading activities or exercises at senior centers

To learn more about volunteering with Senior Services, please contact Lorraine Crim, Program Supervisor, at (928) 679-7452 or by email.