Compassion In Action: Emergency Medical Program

United Animal Friends is passionate about fulfilling our mission, which is "to provide rescue programs and services to animals and those who care for them."  The Emergency Medical Program provides financial assistance to low-income households in Yavapai County who need emergency medical care for their companion animals but cannot afford the cost.  This program helps pets stay with their families instead of being relinquished or euthanized when emergency veterinary care is unaffordable.  The program also meets several other goals of UAF by saving pets' lives, reducing overpopulation through the sterilization requirement, and relieving animal suffering by facilitating the compassionate care and treatment of animals.

For more information on the Emergency Medical Program or to see if you qualify for assistance, please call 928-778-2924 and leave a message on Line Two with your contact information.  A volunteer will call you about the program.

This program is funded in part by grants from the Jack Ingebritson Foundation, Arizona Community Foundation, Arizona Community Foundation of Yavapai County, Prescott Noon Lions Club and the Thornton S. Glide & Katrina D. Glide Foundation, as well as by donations from N.O.A.H. Thrift Store and individual donations.  If you would like to make a donation to help animals through the Emergency Medical Program, click here and select the Emergency Medical Fund or mail a check to United Animal Friends, PO Box 11133, Prescott, AZ 86304.