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Housing Stability –Key Resources: Click here to view a list of housing resources. United Way’s Eviction Prevention Case Management community partners helped compile this list of key local resources related to housing stability. This list is not exhaustive of all resources in our community, but United Way partners recommend these places as strong starting points for individuals facing housing crises or challenges.

United Way of Tucson Resources

If you would like a copy of these resources, please call 520-903-9000

Caregiver Guide

  • Resource manual for family caregivers.

Financial Stability Resource Guide (FESCA Guide)

  • Directory of resources in Southern Arizona for money management classes, homebuyer assistance, and emergency financial assistance.

Literacy Guide for Parents, Caregivers, and Teachers of Youth Ages Birth to 18

  • Reading tips, recommended books, and web resources to help children and youth develop a lifelong love of reading.

Transforming Retirement Guide

  • Planning manual with resources for people close to or newly retired.

Youth Financial Literacy Guide

  • A guide to engaging children and youth in financially-themed conversations to develop lifelong – habits.

CRISIS INTERVENTION - EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE

AFL-CIO Community Services – 602.463.8613

American Red Cross – 318.6740

Anti-Violence Crisis – 1.800.553.9387

Casa Community Services – 648.8131

Catholic Social Services – 623.0344

Cenpatico Crisis Intervention Programs – 866.495.6735

Chicanos Por La Causa – 884.5567

Community Food Bank – 622.0525

CPS Hotline – 888.767.2445

Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse – 795.8001

Emergency Services/Detoxification – 624.5272

Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Southern Arizona – 795.0300

Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest – 748.2300

The Haven – 623.4590

Nosotros/El Rio – 623.5912

Our Family Services – 323.1708

Primavera Foundation – 623.5111

Recovery Village  (domestic violence assistance) – 844.224.9714

Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault  – 327.7273

Southern Arizona Children’s Advocacy Center – 724.6600

The Salvation Army Hospitality House –  622.5411

TMM Family Services  – 322.9557

Tucson Urban League – 791.9522

Wingspan Anti-Violence Project – 624.0348

Youth on Their Own – 293.1136

Income - Financial Assistance

American Red Cross Supportive Services for Veteran Families – 319.3678

Assets for Families – 622.2801/7118

Community Action Agency – 724.2667

Community Outreach Program for the Deaf – 792.1906

DES Family Assistance  – 602.542.4791

DIRECT Center for Independence  – 624.6452

Don’t Borrow Trouble Pima County  – 792.3087

Free Tax Preparation  – 333.5810

VITA Free Tax Preparation – 333.5810

Interfaith Community Services  – 297.6049

Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Southern Arizona – 795.0300

Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest – 748.2300

Money Management International – 866.889.9347

Pima County One Stop – 724.7700

Pio Decimo Center –  622.2801

Primavera Foundation – 623.5111

Southern Arizona Legal Aid  – 800.248.6789

Southwest Gas (Low Income Ratepayer Assistance) – 877.860.6020

Take Charge America Institute  – 800.822.9948

Tucson Electric Power (TEP Lifeline) – 623.7711

Tucson Indian Center – 884.7131

Tucson Urban League – 791.9522

 

Legal Services

PCOA Legal Clinic for Elder Law – 790.7262

Pima Council on Aging – 790.7262

Pima County Attorney’s Office  – 740.5600

Southern Arizona Legal Aid – 623.9465

Mexican Consulate – 882.5595

Nutrition - Meals - Food

Amado Community Food Bank (SNAP) – 398.2479

Armory Park Senior Center – 791.4865

Caring Ministries – 882.2645

Caridad Community Kitchen – 882.5641

Casa Maria Free Kitchen – 882.5641

CDO Assembly of God – 742.1168

Christ Church United Methodist – 327.1116

Community Food Bank (SNAP) – 882.3314

Green Valley-Sahuarita Community Food Bank – 625.5252

Interfaith Community Services Food Bank – 297.6049

Living Faith Christian Center – 722.2217

Lutheran Social Services – 514.7642

Marana Community Food Bank – 682.3001

Mobile Meals-Pima Council on Aging – 622.1600

New Spirit Lutheran Church – 296.2461

Pio Decimo Center –  622.2801

Robles Ranch Community Center – 822.4408

The Salvation Army Hospitality House  – 622.5411

Southside Presbyterian Church Cross Streets Community – 623.6857

Tucson Area Christian Fellowship – 325.2045

Victory Assembly of God – 293.6386

Women, Infants, and Children’s Program (WIC) – 724.7777

Parenting - Child Development - Family Support - Home Visitation

Pima County Parenting Coalition Family Support Info-line  – 724.9721

Birth to Five Helpline – 877.705.5437

AZ Early Intervention Program – 602.532.9960

Amphi Parents as Teachers – 696.4095

Amistades Inc. – 882.8777

Answers for Life Pregnancy Center – 308.8990

Casa de los Ninos Parents as Teachers – 881.001

Casa de los Ninos Parenting Classes – 624.5600

Davis Monthan Exceptional Family Member Program – 228.5690

Early Head Start – 882.0100

Easter Seals Blake Foundation Parents as Teachers – 795.4977

Health Start/Public Health Nurses – 298.3888

Healthy Families – 881.8940

Literacy Connects – 882.8006

Marana Parents as Teachers – 579.4920

Parent Information Network  – 1.888.775.9195

Parent Aid  – 798.3304

Sahuarita/Greater Green Valley Special Needs Family Support Group – 300.5777

Sunnyside Parents as Teachers – 545.3381

Teen Outreach Pregnancy Services  – 888.2881

The Parent Connection – 321.1500

Make Way For Books – 398.6451

Financial Wellness – Southern Arizona Community Resources: Click here to view a list of financial wellness resources. United Way’s Financial Wellness partners helped compiled this list, which includes programs, resources, and services related to financial skill building (for individuals and families), homeowner education and assistance, workforce development/job-seeking, and small business assistance.

CHILD CARE

Child Care Resource & Referral – 325.5778

The Blake Foundation, Children’s Achievement Center – 325.6495

  • Infant, toddler, pre-school, special needs

Child Parent Centers (Head Start) – 320.2206

Jewish Community Center – 299.3000

La Frontera Child/Family Center  – 884.9920

  • Preschool, special needs

Pio Decimo Center – 622.2801

TUSD Early Education – 225.1177

Quality First – 602.771.5000

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT - After School Programs

Arizona Youth Partnership – 744.9595

Arts for All – 622.4100

Big Brothers Big Sisters – 624.2447

Boy Scouts of America, Catalina Council – 750.0385

Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson – 573.3533

Catalina Foothills Community Schools CARE Program, Grades K-5 – 209.7549

Community Extension Programs, Inc. – 888.2727

  • After-school programs

Flowing Wells Extension Programs, Inc. – 887.2600

Girl Scouts of Southern Az. – 327.2288

Higher Ground A Resource Center – 622.1425

  • After-school programs

Jewish Community Center  – 299.3000

KIDCO –  791.4877

Kino Teen Center- Barrio Sustainability Project – 740.4600

Metropolitan Education Commission – 670.0055

Pima County One Stop – 798.0500

Pima County Public Library – 791.4010

Pima Prevention Partnership – 791.2711

Pio Decimo Center –  622.2801

Planned Parenthood Arizona – 408.7526

Southwest Conservation Corps – 884.5550

Tanque Verde Extended Care Program – 749.0147

  • After-school programs

Tucson Urban League  –  884.1602

  •  After-school programs/Project YES

Vail School District –  879.2000

  • After-school programs

Y.M.C.A. of Southern Arizona – 623.5511

Counseling

Amity – 749.5980

  • Substance abuse counseling

Arizona’s Children Association – 622.7611

  • Individual, family & residential services

Behavioral Awareness Center, Inc. – 629.9126

CODAC Behavioral Health Services – 327.4505

  • Prevention and treatment of mental health and substance abuse disorders

Comin’ Home – 322.6980

  • Traditional Housing and Support Services for Veterans

COPE Community Services – 792.3293

Crisis Response Center – 622.6000

Homicide Survivors, Inc. – 207.5012

Jewish Family & Children’s Service – 795.0300

  •    General counseling

La Frontera Center – 884.9920

  • General services for mentally ill; substance abuse counseling

Las Familias – 327.7122

  • Services for victims of child abuse & their families

National Alliance on Mental Illness – 622.5582

Mother’s Oasis – 202.1987

Our Family Services – 323.1708

  • Counseling

Pascua Yaqui Behavioral Health Services – 591.7206

PPEP Behavioral Health Services – 792.5704

Tu Nidito – 322.9155

  • Services for children dealing with loss, grief, or illness

Pima Prevention Partnership – 791.2711

  • Teen court, early intervention for ages 12-17

Youth on Their Own – 293.1136

Y.W.C.A. – 884.7810

  • Services for women

Health Services

So. AZ Cares Hotline – 800.311.0627

Adult Loss of Hearing Association – 795.9887

American Cancer Society – 321.7989

American Diabetes Association – 795.3711

American Lung Association – 323.1812

American Parkinson Disease Association – 626.5055

Arizona Department of Health Services – 602.542.1025

Arizona Copper Rx Card – 888.227.8315/52

  • Discount Prescription Drugs

Easter Seals Blake Foundation – 327.1529

  • Services for children & adults

Community Outreach Program for the Deaf – 792.1906

  • TDD/Voice

Direct Center for Independence – 624.6452

El Rio Health Center – 792.9890

Epilepsy Outreach Project – 326.6690

Marana Health Care – 682.4111

Marketplace Health Insurance – 800.318.2596

Pima Community Access Program – 694.0418

Pima County Enrollment Coalition – 1.800.377.3563

  • Discounted Health Services Program

Pima County Health Dept – 243.7770

  • Multiple Health Services

St. Elizabeth Health Center – 628.7871

  • Family medical, dental, outpatient services

Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation – 628.7223

  • HIV/AIDS comprehensive response

Southern Arizona Association for the Visually Impaired – 795.1331

  • Information, training, advocacy, counseling 

Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center – 792.1450

United Community Health Center – 407.5600

  •  Health care services / wellness centers in rural areas

Senior Services

Abuse Fraud & Exploitation – 877.767.2385

  • Adult Protective Services

Administration of Resources and Choices Elder Shelter Project – 339.2801

Alzheimer’s Association – 322.6601

Arizona Department of Economic Security

  • Aging & Adult Administration  – 877.767.2385

Arizona Long-Term Care Program (ALTCS) – 205.8600

Casa Community Services – 625.2273

  • Adult day care

Fall Prevention Project – 790.7262

Handmaker Older Adult Day Program – 547.6037   

Medicare-General Information – 546.2011

Lifeline Medical Alert Systems – 866.674.9900 x4492

Pima Council on Aging – 790.7262

  • Comprehensive services for seniors and caregivers

Railroad Retirement Board (toll-free) – 877.772.5772

Social Security Administration – 800.772.1213

Sun Sounds-reading to blind/visually Impaired – 296.2400

Veterans Affairs Regional Office – 800.827.1000

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Center at United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona – 903.3949

American Red Cross Disaster Services – Southern Arizona – 318.6740

Answers for Life Pregnancy Center – 308.8990

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson – 624.2447

Casa de Los Ninos – 624.5600

Desert Dove Farm Inc. – 296.0320

Interfaith Community Services Neighbor Care Alliance – 297.6049

Literacy Connects/Literacy Volunteers of Tucson – 882.8006

Lutheran Social Services Senior Companion Program – 748.2300

Microbusiness Advancement Center – 620.1241

Our Family Services – 323.1708

Pima Council on Aging – 546.2002 

LGBTQIA +

Tucson is a community with a variety of people from all different backgrounds, culture, age and demographics. Here at United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona, we support the LGBTQIA + Community. We have compiled a list of local resources for members of the community and allies to be used all year-round.