COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) Update

Project Insight administrative staff continues to closely monitor the status of Coronavirus Covid-19. We know these are uncertain times and that things are constantly changing. Words cannot express our gratitude to/for our DCWs/Caregivers continuing to provide essential services in the field and for our client families that have been so understanding in these challenging times. Now more than ever open communication and cooperation will be indispensable to the ongoing health of our community.

We are still open! For the time being PI offices will open to visits by appointment only.  Just please call ahead.

We are doing everything we can to insure the continued delivery of safe and quality services.

We are taking a no risk approach to caregiver and client illnesses, especially for those with underlying respiratory conditions. Please let us know if you or a family member have been diagnosed or are even just feeling sick. For some of our members it could be a matter of life or death.

If you are an employee or client and feel sick, please notify PI immediately. If, out of an abundance of caution, there is a wish to suspend or make changes to services at any time, please contact the office.

Changes to state and federal laws regarding sick time and unemployment have had an impact on many of us. If you have a question about how your services or work may be impacted by these laws please call the office. 

Through monetary and in-kind donations, we are still able to provide hygiene and cleaning products including but not limited to: soap, hand sanitizer, face masks, and household cleaning agents FREE OF CHARGE. Please call our office to request items, and we will prepare a bundle that you (or your staff) can pick up.


 The following are still important guidelines:


WASH YOUR HANDS. Avoid touching your face (or client’s face) with unwashed hands.

WEAR A MASK (OR TWO!) CDC guidelines suggest wearing two masks when possible.

KEEP SOCIAL DISTANCING. Keep 6-fit apart when wearing 1 mask, 3 feet apart when wearing 2.



Visit CDC Vaccine Finder website for all vaccine sites in your area

Pima County Vaccine Information and Registration Website

Free Testing: Pima County

To register for free COVID-19 tests, click here

Food Assistance

For assistance finding a food bank near you, click here

To apply for Nutrition, Cash and Medical Assistance, visit Health-e Arizona, or call (855) 432-75879671

Income Assistance

If you have lost income due to COVID-19, you may file for unemployment assistance here

For Information on how the COVID-19 related laws might impact your finances, visit the IRS page

Keep up to date with the CDC Guidelines for this ever-changing Pandemic: 

Things to Know about the COVID-19 Pandemic

10 Ways to Manage Your Respiratory Symptoms At Home

For complete information regarding Arizona’s response to COVID-19:

Check out the Arizona Department of Health Services page

Call the COVID-19 State Hotline: 1-844-542-8201 and you will be connected with a healthcare professional who can answer questions about testing, symptoms, and other Coronavirus-related questions.