Coconino County Health and Human Services Health Disparities Program's mission is to reduce COVID-19-related health disparities by addressing health equity and the social determinants of health in Coconino County, with a primary focus on food insecurity, transportation, internet access, shelter, and resource navigation. Services are based out of Flagstaff and Page, and are available to all Coconino County residents.
Services & Eligibility
The Health Disparities Program provides free access, based on eligibility, to the following services:
- Bikes and helmets – Receive a bike, helmet, and bike lock, after watching a 13-minute training video on bike and helmet safety.
- Fuel cards – Receive one-time fuel assistance to Marathon, Shell, Chevron, or Maverick, based on availability.
- Prepaid cell phones – Receive a basic flip or smartphone, based on availability, plus up to three service cards.
- Mountain Line bus passes – Single-day and 30-day passes available. *30-day passes require justification for need and are subject to four passes per year.
Eligibility: Must be a Coconino County resident (based on physical address), low-income, experiencing social determinant of health challenges, and have a need for resource(s). *Fuel cards require a valid Arizona driver’s license (with Coconino County address) and vehicle registration.
Application: Call Flagstaff or Page location to schedule an appointment or come in during walk-in hours.
Tiffany Kerr, MPH
Phone: (928) 679-7268
Southern Region Office
2625 King St
Phone: (928) 679-7258
Tuesday & Thursday
8 to 10:30 a.m. and 2 to 4:30 p.m.
Northern Region Office
467 Vista Ave
Phone: (928) 679-7296
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
*Page office is closed daily from 1 - 2 p.m.