Our Mission

To provide planning, trust management and service coordination for individuals with special needs throughout Arizona.

Our Vision

Our services result in peace of mind for families who wish to secure the future for loved ones and ensure that quality of life and support continues when the family is no longer able to be there—both now and in the future.

My son suffers from mental illness and a traumatic brain injury and has had a very hard time.  He would never have received the care and support he has were it not for the advocacy services of PLAN of Arizona.   I myself recently had a major operation and hospital stay.  The outstanding care and attention PLAN has given to  me personally has been invaluable.

PR - Tempe, AZ Client since 2000

“I have been associated with the PLAN for many years. It has always been fairly good. With the advent of Liz Kosloff as the Director, there has been a substantial improvement, to outstanding. She and her staff have made many interventions, most of which have been successful, with my seriously dysfunctional three generation family. The PLAN has lessened my anxiety and worry as an absentee father, grandfather and great grandfather.  The PLAN has handled the extreme complexities and seriousness of the problems in a prompt, professional, calm and effective manner. Keep up the good work. Thank you.”

 G. W.  Client since 2006.

“I know from personal experience that PLAN’s records are wonderfully organized. Also, PLAN’s employees are not only understanding and compassionate, but they are also
very competent. They take care of needs in a timely and efficient manner”.

With Much Appreciation D.W. Pheonix, AZ

“PLAN of Arizona’s guidance with my trust disbursements and budgeting has been invaluable to me. I feel confident that they are on my side and are there to help me whenever I need it”.

E.o. Yuma AZ

“My wife and I were first introduced to The Plan of AZ nearly 25 years ago through our association with the Arizona Alliance of Mental Illness. Asking an organization to look after a sometimes vulnerable loved one; the first and primary question is one of trust. Will they be around for the long haul? Yes, they passed this test. A year ago, we signed up, primarily because we wanted to be her mom and dad, instead of always talking budget and spending. I must say that the relationship change was been more than I expected, for the positive; that I am no longer her money manager. The Plan now handles all her financial needs. Even though at this time the money part of it has been a great reduction of stress for us, and our daughter, we are also pleased with all service aspects of their service agreement”.

D.G. Wickenburg, AZ With God, All Things Are Possible