County COVID Emergency Heating/Cooling Repair/Replace Assistance
Maricopa County residents concerned about the heating or cooling of their home, but have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic may be eligible for assistance from the Human Services Department.
The Housing and Community Development Division provides emergency HVAC assistance to Maricopa County homeowners living outside the cities of Mesa and Phoenix. If you live in Mesa or Phoenix, please click on the links below to learn about home weatherization programs in your area.
To apply for County COVID Emergency Heating/Cooling Repair/Replace Assistance, please follow the step-by-step instructions below.
How to Apply
To qualify for assistance, the following criteria must be met:
Home is in Maricopa County, but not in the cities of Mesa or Phoenix;
Home is occupied by the owner; and
Household is experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19 OR a member of the household is 65+ years of age and meets specific criteria.
The Human Services Department will prioritize households that have at least one household member that is either a child under the age of 18, an adult 60+ years, and/or an individual living with disabilities and/or a medical condition.
Gather Required Documentation
To help establish eligibility, please collect the following documentation. You will need these documents for the online application as well as a telephone interview with the Human Services Department.
Photo identification of applicant
Documentation demonstrating financial hardship due to COVID-19
Please note that additional documentation may be requested by the Human Services Department.
Complete an Application
To begin the application process, please complete an online application by clicking on the button below. The Human Services Department will contact you for next steps, including the scheduling of a telephone appointment. All appointments are made on a first-come, first-served basis. Please have the required documentation on hand during your appointment.