D1-D7 Service Centers

About District 3 Service Center

District Three Service Center provides an array of services to the Community with a staff of thirty-eight (38) individuals, who dedicate themselves to providing the best quality service to the majority of the 4,268 residents of Sacaton and the departments/programs with whom we collaborate.
The District strives to support its residents with programs, activities/events and assistance which will improve their health, safety and well-being. Such programs are: Elderly and Recreation Programs, Home repair for emergencies and renovations, as well as aid to residents through the District Assistance Programs. The District Assistance Programs provide help to residents who are income eligible for Home energy costs, repair and acquisition for heating/cooling systems, Emergency Assistance, Elderly and Disabled needs, and Burial assistance is also available through the District Three Service Center, it is not income based and is open to any enrolled Community Member, regardless of where they reside.
Please contact District Three Service Center to learn more about the programs available and eligibility.

Main Department Phone Number: (520) 562-3334
Fax Number: (520) 562-3435
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 546 Sacaton, Az 85147
Physical Address: 31 North Church Street. Sacaton, Az

About District 6 Service Center

District six Service Center is located on the west side of Gila River Indian Community between South Mountain to the north, Estrella Mountain to the south west, west of I-10 freeway and boundaries the north of Maricopa Town. At the foot of Estrella is the Santa Cruz Village; in the middle of the district is Lone Butte Village; to the far west of the district is Co-Op Village; and in the middle of all the villages is Komatke Village (includes St. John's, Gila Crossing, New Subdivision, Squaberry Subdivision). The District Six Service Center is housed in 3 stand-alone buildings located in Komatke, Arizona. Our business hours are Monday through Friday from 8-5PM. However, the center conducts many services before and after business hours as well as Saturdays and Sundays, in addition the service center responds to emergencies at all times of the day or night.

Mission Statement: To ensure our community members are provided with quality and efficient services and to deliver the essential human services with the utmost importance for the betterment and welfare of the community.

The district ensures effective, efficient allocation of budgeted community service resources to enable the District Six Community Services to provide quality services to all our Community members. To receive the essential services and be able to develop, communicate and forecast for the Community and its future. To also provide and assist agencies to development and measure services that will enhance performance and mission through effective strategic planning.
• Goal #1: Provide efficient and effective services.
• Goal #2: Manage the budget accordingly and efficiently in order to receive essential services for the Community.
• Goal #3: Continue to gather DATA to ensure and manage performance measures within and fo the Community.
• Goal #4: to provide educational resources for the Community via the computer lab resource center.
• Goal #5: Provide more recreational activities/sports, teams and bring together the community by supplying the resources through the Elderly/Community recreational departments.

Main Department Phone Number: (520) 550-3805
Fax Number: (520) 550-2900
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 54 Laveen, Az 85339
Physical Address: 5230 W. St. Johns Rd. Laveen

About District 5 Service Center

On behalf of the Gila River Indian Community, the District Five Service Center provides recreational activities/events, home repair assistance, agricultural supports and financial assistance to local residents. The District also responds in crisis situations. In these situations, staff members assess the immediate needs of residents and make whatever referrals are appropriate.

The financial assistance that is provided to members residing within the District boundaries is managed through tribally funded programs such as the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP), the elderly and Disabled Quality of Life Program (EDQLP) and the Temporary Emergency Relief Program (TERP).
District Five also has a fully equipped Elderly Center which is the gathering place for District Five elders and includes congregate/home delivered meal programs and recreational/social activities.

Main Department Phone Number: (520) 315-3441
Fax Number: (520) 315-1819
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 10837 Bapchule 85121
Physical Address: 3456 W. Casa Blanca Rd.

About District 4 Service Center

The Distrct Four Service Center serves District Four Community Members of nine district villages which are: Olberg, Upper Santan, Lower Santan, Chandler Heights, Stotonic, Gila Butte, Goodyear, Snaketown and Aerodyne. District Four is approximately 119 square miles and is primarily known for its agricultural, industrial growth and has a population of approximately 2,253. The majority of Gila River Indian Community Enterprises are located in District four and collectively recognized as the economic foundation for the Community. The District strives to support its residents with programs, activities/events and assistance which will improve their health, safety and well-being.

Main Department Phone Number: (520) 418-3661
Fax Number: (520) 418-3665
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 557 Sacaton, Az 85147
Physical Address: 1510 West Sesame Street