Please use the following linked brochures for information on funerals.
While AFCCA cannot make any recommendations on which establishment to choose at your time of need, you are able search through our database of AFCCA members:
Remembering a Life
Whether you are facing an unexpected loss or pre-planning for the future, there are so many questions that may be running through your mind. AFCCA is a state affiliate of the National Funeral Directors Assocation, and they have worked trusted experts from all over the country to put together a comprehensive website to answer those questions.
Remembering A Life, will provide you with resources you need to make educated and thoughtful decisions about tributes for themselves and loved ones.
Communication is the Key to our Success
Through open communication comes clarity and cohesion. Our goal at the AFCCA is to engage our membership and keep them informed on the latest developments in the industry and to promote high standards when serving our communities.
Funeral Home, Cemetery and Crematory members of the AFCCA strive to offer the highest degree of professional service to each and every family they come in contact with. With the AFCCA, they practice high ethical standards and advocate for their families who are need of funeral assistance. If at any time you feel like you need assistance in communicating any issues, needs or questions to an establishment in Arizona, you may contact us or the following state organizations.
For questions or concerns on funeral home or crematory establishments, funeral directors, embalmers or other persons regulated by the Board, please contact the Board office at:
Arizona State Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers
1400 West Washington, Suite #230
Phoenix, Arizona 85007
Phone: (602) 542-3095
For Cemetery Certificate Authority or Cemetery Sales/Brokerage questions, please contact ADRE at:
Arizona Department Of Real Estate
100 N 15th Ave #201
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone: (602) 771-7760
ADRE does not regulate cemeteries or interments. Click here to review what ADRE has authority over with cemeteries.