Livable Communities

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The article provides context to issues older adults have securing affordable housing
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The grants are “quick action,” designed to help local governments, nonprofits and other groups respond to immediate needs in quality-of-life areas. Winning projects include a garden, bus shelters, a park and community center.
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The AARP Volunteers in Prescott & Prescott Valley, AZ went shopping for healthy snacks and beverages for donation to the Yavapai Regional Medical Center’s medical and support staff that are working so hard to provide care to those in need of that care. This is one way we can show our gratitude to the YRMC workers who are instrumental in helping the area's residents during these most difficult times.
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AARP Awards Six Arizona Organizations with Community Grants as Part of its Successful Nationwide Program 
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This is a letter that was sent to the Arizona Legislature expressing our concerns on HB 2668.
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Arizona residents who are APS customers have options to help pay their energy bills. Assistance programs are available for qualifying customers, including discounts, one-time assistance during a crisis, and even programs for residents who rely on electricity to keep necessary medical equipment working.
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Letter sent to Governor Doug Ducey
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AARP AZ, along with the Pacific Legal Foundation, set out this week at the Arizona State Legislature to stop home equity theft for Arizonans.
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Learn about the details and deadlines for this year's "quick-action" grant program
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Two localities in Arizona received 2019 AARP Community Challenge grants for projects to enhance safety, mobility and health for all residents.
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