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Medical Centers

Summit Healthcare Regional Medical Center
2200 E. Show Low Lake Rd.
Show Low, AZ 85901
(928) 537-4375
Hopi Health Care Center
P.O. Box 4000
Polacca, Arizona 86042
(928) 737-6000
Little Colorado Medical Center
1501 N. Williamson Ave.
Winslow, AZ 86047
(928) 289-4691
Whiteriver Indian Hospital
200 W. Hospital Dr.
P.O. Box 860
Whiteriver, Arizona 85941
(928) 338-4911
Northern Arizona Healthcare - Flagstaff Medical Center
1200 N. Beaver St.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
(928) 779-3366


Helplines and Support Groups

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Connect Arizona

Broader Digital Equity Initiative

Connect Arizona is a collaborative digital equity initiative between Common Sense Media, School Connect, and the Arizona State Library, Archives & Public Records. This project is supported by the Arizona State Library, Archives & Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State, with federal funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

This web site is available in English and Spanish and provides:
• Easy access on mobile phones
• Simple training on how to access a hotspot
Digital Navigators for free tech support from library staff members around the state
Tech Help Videos
Special discounts provided by Arizona internet providers, and other discounts on computers
• Google Map with step by step directions to get to these free WiFi spots
Virtual Learning Directory - a list of free virtual tutoring services available across the state to help families navigate the new hybrid and blended formats of educational delivery at home and school
• A map of free Wi-Fi Connections


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Community Links

Chambers of Commerce


Arizona State & National Parks, Monuments page

2023 Arizona Municipal Guide (Online Book)




Science Degrees


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Northern Arizona Secular Homeschoolers

This group primarily serves to build a local support for secular (non-religious) homeschooling families in Northern Arizona, but all are welcome. It originated to create a safe space for secular and non-traditional homeschoolers to find support and community. 

For more information about the inclusive nature of the gropu and more, including calendar of events, see our Facebook page.


Diabetic Discussion Group Meetings

If you are an adult with diabetes or are interested in learning more about diabetes, you are welcome to attend our monthly diabetic education discussion and support group, held the first Wednesday of each month at 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.  at Summit Healthcare Regional Medical Center in Conference Room 2.   No sign up is necessary and there is no fee. Call (928) 537-6548 for more information.

Toastmasters Club

Meets every other Wednesday from Noon to 1 p.m. in Holbrook at the Navajo County Public Works Building, 100 W Public Works Drive, Holbrook, AZ, south of Holbrook in the Chevelon Conference Room. A great way to practice and get comfortable with public speaking. Attend free as a guest. Contact the VP of Membership, Beci Rohkohl, 928-240-1104 to join. 

MOMS Club of the White Mountains has fun activities for moms and children that are always fun & child-friendly.  The club meets at least twice per week.  For more information, please visit MOMS Club online, OR email:

Adopt a Pet from a Shelter!

Check out the pets available for adoption at the Holbrook Animal Control Pet Service. Give some lonely dog or cat a chance to be in a loving environment! Stop by the facility at 105 Airport Road in Holbrook, or call (928) 524-6828.

Not in Holbrook? Check out these locations instead!

  • Pet Allies/Show Low Animal Control at 1181 E. Thorton in Show Low. Call (928) 537-8009 or visit
  • Humane Society of the White Mountains at 3212 Porter Mountain Road in Lakeside. Call (928) 368-5295, or visit
  • Winslow Animal Control at 548 Barrigan Road in Winslow. Call (928) 289-3232, or Winslow Animal Control's website.


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Apache-Sitgreaves Observatory

Come and see the largest public observing telescope in Arizona. The Apache-Sitgreaves Observatory is located at Rustic Ct, Heber, AZ 85928, (480) 221-9738. The 36-inch telescope at Apache-Sitgreaves Observatory is 20% larger than the Mt. Lemmon telescope which has a 32-inch diameter. Visit the Observeratory calendar of activities online. Also, consider joining the Heber-Overgaard Astronomy Club that meets at the Rim Community Library in Heber.

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Join the REFIT Group in Holbrook and revolutionize your fitness experience

All ages are welcome to come to the REFIT exercise group held Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. at the First Baptist Church,, 360 N. 1st Ave, Holbrook, AZ Come get REFIT Together!

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Shelter-In-Place Supplies Check List (American Red Cross)

The list below is from the American Red Cross.  It is also available on their website.

When an emergency happens at your facility, the first decision to make is whether to evacuate or take shelter. If ordered to shelter it is important to have sufficient supplies and equipment on-hand to support the needs of staff and visitors for periods ranging from several hours to several days. Use this checklist to determine if you have the necessary material on hand.
Communication Equipment: 

  • Communication devices/smart phones capable of receiving NOAA and news local news updates.
  • Cell phones and/or satellite telephones have been tested and their limitations noted.
  • There are portable generators on hand with vented exhaust systems that can supply power to the shelter during an emergency.
  • There is/are public address system(s) in the shelters.
  • There is/are a cache of office supplies in the shelter, e.g., paper, notepads, staplers, tape, whiteboards and markers, etc.
  • There are hard-wired land lines in the shelter area.

Emergency Equipment: 

  • At least one current copy of the EAP is stored in the shelter.
  • There are battery-powered or hand cranked flashlights, or glow sticks stored in the shelter area.
  • Fire extinguishers, blankets, pry-bars (for opening doors that may have been damaged or blocked by debris), stretchers and Automated External Defibrillator(s) are stored in the emergency shelter.
  • Trash receptacles, trash can liners and ties, a supply of commonly used tools, and portable heaters are pre-positioned in the shelter.

First-Aid Supplies including: 

  • Adhesive tape and bandages in assorted sizes are on-hand.
  • Safety pins in assorted sizes are in the shelter.
  • There is a supply of latex gloves in the shelter.
  • Scissors and Tweezers are available in the shelter.
  • Antiseptic solutions and antibiotic ointments are in the emergency kit.
  • A supply of moistened towelettes are on-hand.
  • A supply of non-prescription drugs (e.g. aspirin and non-aspirin pain relievers, anti-diarrhea medications, antacids, syrups of ipecac, laxatives) are available.
  • Petroleum jelly is available in the emergency kit.
  • Eye drops are available.
  • Wooden splints are included in the emergency supply kit.
  • Thermometers are available.
  • Cotton towels are available.
  • Fold up cots are stored in the shelter.
  • There are first aid handbooks in the shelter.

Water and Non-Perishable Food: 
There are adequate amounts of food and water for duration of the expected event(s) and number of personnel expected to seek shelter.
Sanitary Supplies: 
Sufficient amounts of the following supplies are stored in the shelter 

  • Toilet Paper.
  • Paper towels.
  • Personal hygiene items.
  • Disinfectants.
  • Chlorine bleach.
  • Plastic bags.
  • Portable chemical toilets, when regular toilets are not contained in the shelter.
  • Plastic sheeting (preferably, pre-cut to size to cover any windows & doors and labeled).
  • Duct tape for sealing cracks around doors and windows.

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