Established in 1997, the Arizona State Office of AARP was originally located in downtown Phoenix but recently moved to the Peoria Sports Complex in Peoria, Arizona.
Serving nearly 800,000 members in the state, AARP Arizona is working to enhance the quality of life for all Arizonans as they age.
The state office is located at:
AARP Arizona State Office
16165 N. 83rd Avenue, Suite 201
Peoria, Arizona 85382
Phone: 1-866-389-5649 (toll-free)
Priority advocacy issues include:
Long Term Care: In Arizona, AARP is working to protect services that provide a safety net for adults who are frail and vulnerable, like home and community based services, respite and adult day care.
Social Security and Medicare: AARP in Arizona is working to strengthen and protect Social Security and Medicare for current and future generations of Americans.
Caregiver Support: The state office of AARP is working to ensure that more Arizonans receive the services they need to live independently in their homes and communities.
Utilities: AARP Arizona is working to keep utility rates accessible and affordable for all Arizonans.
Consumer Protections: AARP continues to endorse and promote legislative, regulatory and community education to protect consumers against predatory lending practices.
"We have a dedicated group of volunteers and staff that are working hard on these issues and we encourage folks to contact us if they would like to get involved," said David Mitchell, AARP Arizona State Director.