Daycare assistance is available for people with physical or mental conditions that render them unable to care for their children. Most summer camps also have scholarship programs so don't forget to ask if there is one that your child really wants to attend! Feeding extra mouths during the summer can get expensive so don't forget about SNAP (food stamps), food banks and meals on wheels. Entertaining the kids can also be an issue, but cities provide libraries, public pools and parks. Be sure to know the signs of drowning and never take your eyes off of children in the pool! Malls have play areas for children that are air conditioned and many malls also have splash pads for children to play in.
Arizona is no place to be stuck outside in the summer. Hydration stations have been put up all over Phoenix for people to get water. Know the signs of dehydration and stay inside or in the shade. Children get dehydrated quickly and it may not look like dehydration in adults. Know the signs. Never, ever leave a child or a pet alone in your car in the heat.
If you are homeless, you need to find shelter. We have a number of homeless shelters in the area. Homeless veterans have special resources to find help. People tend to get more stressed and angry the hotter it gets out. Never be afraid to get help.
We have plenty more resources on our resources page and follow us on twitter where we tweet about resources constantly. For more information, please contact The Foster Law Firm at (480)+21-7231 or read our book Social Security Disability Guide for Beginners now available at Amazon.com.