Arizona Pioneers' Home
Arizona Pioneers' Home
National Register of Historic Places

The Arizona Pioneers' Home was established in 1909 by the territorial government of Arizona as a home for the aged and infirm to repay the faithful and longtime Arizona residents who helped pioneer and build the state.

Ramada view of the Home

The Arizona Pioneers' Home is a one of a kind Home for the Pioneers' and Miners of Arizona.  Come on over to the Admissions page and let's see if you qualify.

Our family is waitin' for you!

Arizona Pioneers' Home

Would you like to work at a very special place?  The Arizona Pioneers' Home is a State of Arizona agency and has positions available in nursing, caregiving, administration, food services, and housekeeping. 

We would love to have you become part of our family.

Welcome to Arizona Pioneers' Home

The Arizona Pioneers’ Home is a state funded licensed Assisted Living facility. Our Home provides care and services to individuals living independently, or who require assistance. All applicants must meet statutory admission criteria. The Arizona Pioneers’ Home opened its doors in 1911, pursuant to a 1909 territorial statute, and today can care for up to 125 residents. The current population includes individuals from throughout the State of Arizona.

Arizona Territory Seal 1863

Mission Statement

To provide a home for Arizona pioneers and disabled miners that delivers the optimal physical, emotional and spiritual care in a homelike and compassionate environment. Quality of care is provided in a professional manner, protecting dignity and honoring the personal directives of each resident while considering the uniqueness of each individual.