Pima County Superior Court
110 W. Congress St. Tucson, Arizona 85701 Phone: (520) 724-4200
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Pima County Justice Court
240 N. Stone Ave. Tucson, Arizona 85701 Phone: (520) 724-3171
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Tucson City Court
103 E. Alameda St. Tucson, Arizona 85701 Phone: (520) 791-4216
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Pima County Bar Lawyer Referral Service
177 N Church Ave Suite 101 Tucson, AZ 85701 Phone: (520) 623-4625
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Community Resources


Women & Children, Youth, Families/Mujeres y Ninos, Jovenes, Familias

Gospel Rescue Mission  520-740-1501      707 W.Miracle Mile Tucson, AZ; call for intake appointment.  Llame para una cita para la toma de datos.

Greyhound Family Shelter  520-882-5383     702 S. 6th Ave Tucson AZ
90-day emergency shelter.  Visit for intake M,W,TH, F 9 am – 12:30 pm
Hospedaje de 90 dias. Toma De datos L,M, J, V 9 am-12:30 pm

Salvation Army Hospitality House  520-622-5411     1002 N. Main Ave.  Tucson AZ   Intake 3-5 p.m. Valid Id required.  Valido require identification

The Primavera Foundation provides pathways out of poverty through safe, affordable housing, workforce development, and neighborhood revitalization.

Sister Jose Women’s Center  520-909-3905    1050 S. Park Ave. Tucson, AZ  M – Sat 9 am – 5 pm.  L-S 9 am- 5 pm

Breastfeeding 24-Hour Hotline  The Breastfeeding Hotline is a free, round-the-clock hotline that will answer your pregnancy and breastfeeding questions  (800) 833-4642

Child Care Resource and Referral (CCR&R) meets a need that no one else does – providing the bridge between parents, providers, community leaders, and policymakers about anything related to child care in Arizona.   (800) 308-9000

Southern Arizona Against Sexual Assault offers a full range of services to victims of sexual assault in Pima County and throughout Southern Arizona. We serve primary and secondary victims and survivors of recent and past sexual assault and provide sexual assault education and awareness to the general community.  Local: (520) 327-7273 Toll-Free: (800) 400-1001 TTY: (520) 327-1721 (For Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing Individuals Only)

Pima County Parenting Coalition  PCPC members are dedicated to increasing the visibility of family engagement and in-home family support services 520-798-3304

Diaper Bank of Southern AZ Our goal is to bridge this gap in available resources for Southern Arizona’s neediest and most vulnerable populations. (520) 325-1400

Hands of Hope Tucson  Hands of Hope Tucson has been the go-to resource for women and men facing unexpected pregnancies in Tucson since 1981 5240 E Knight Dr. Suite 122 Tucson AZ 85712   (520) 622-5774

Emerge! Center   520-795-4266  24/7 Free Crisis Line/Linea Del Crisis Gratis   888-428-0101 Call ahead. 24/7, todos horas.


Our Family Services (Youth)  520-537-8696    Youth 12-17 in need of immediate help call: 520-320-5122      Young Adults 18-24:  520-323-1708 | Email:

Arizona Youth Partnership builds solid foundations for youth and families by partnering with Arizona communities to prevent and solve local issues such as substance abuse, youth homelessness, lack of educational opportunities, teen pregnancy, and challenging family dynamics. 7575 W. Twin Peaks Rd. Suite 165 Tucson, AZ 85743 (877) 882-2881


Gospel Rescue Mission: Men’s Center  520-740-1501   4550 S Palo Verde Rd, Tucson, AZ 85714

Emerge! Center   520-795-4266  24/7 Free Crisis Line/Linea Del Crisis Gratis   888-428-0101 Call ahead. 24/7, todos horas.

Primavera Men’s Shelter  520-623-4300    200 E Benson Hwy.  Tucson AZ; Call at 9 am for reservations.  Llame a las 9 am o pasar

Salvation Army Hospitality House  520-622-5411            1002 N Main Ave Tucson AZ; Intake 3-5 p.m..  Valid ID required. Toma de datos 3-5 p.m.. Valido require identification. Domestic Violence/Violencia Domestica

SAAF Anti-Violence Project   800-553-9387       24 hr. LBGTQ-oriented Crisi Line. Linea de Crisis las 24 horas por los LGBTQ.  Refugio de emergencia.

See for seasonal shelter information.

The Marshall Home for Men is a non-profit, state-licensed personal care facility for elderly men with limited means. We pride ourselves on maintaining a safe, home-like atmosphere while providing care and assistance for those who need extra help.  3314 South 16th Avenue Tucson, Arizona 85713 (520) 624-5193


Adult Protective Services (APS)  Arizona Adult Protective Services (APS) is a program within the DES Division of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) and is responsible for investigating allegations of abuse, exploitation and neglect of vulnerable adults.  (877) 767-2385

Visiting Angels We provide non-medical home care and restore hope through the assistance of healing the emotional, spiritual and physical well-being of the individual. 7564 N La Cholla Blvd Tucson, AZ 85741 (520) 579-0099

Pima Council on Aging (PCOA)  The Pima Council on Aging provides a range of services to the elderly, which are listed online. PCOA also has trained staff who conduct initial phone screening and provide information to callers at (520) 790-7262

Senior Companion Program volunteers age 55 and older help homebound and isolated older adults continue living independently in their homes by providing companionship, transportation, and caregiver respite. Due to the rising number of older adults who report feeling lonely or isolated, we are continuously looking for new volunteers to help meet the need for meaningful connections in our community.

Senior Wellness Public Health Nurses provide health and wellness education to members of senior nutrition programs in Pima County. They receive one-on-one education and handouts on a variety of health topics with an emphasis on blood pressure management.  (520) 724-2850    We’ve helped millions of seniors and families select the right senior care products and services for their loved ones while also saving time and money. We want caregivers to feel less alone and less stressed when navigating the world of difficult senior care decisions.(800) 973-1540

Health & Behavioral Health/Salud Y Salud Mental

Veterans Crisis Hotline    800-273-8255 and Press 1     Text 838255

AHCCCS (Medicaid)  602-417-7100 Arizona Department of Economic Security Medical Assistance Apply Online

CODAC Behavior Health Services  (main)  520-327-4505    1650 E. Ft. Lowell Rd #102 Tucson AZ

Assurance Health And Wellness  (520)333-4320      3939 S. Park Ave.  Tucson AZ

Cenpatico Integrated Care  (866)495-6738 (TTY (866)318-6960)  Phone to determine behavioral health care eligibility, become a member, and access services.

Community Health Associates   (CHA)   (520)622-8357  1773 W. St. Mary’s Rd., Ste. 105.     Call for intake appointment. Llame para una cita de ingreso.

COPE Community Services (520)792-3293     82 S. Stone Ave Call for other locations and times.     Llame para horarios y lugares de diffusion.

Crisis Response Network   (800)361-1314    24/7 help line/linea de ayuda. Warm line: (602)347-1100  Linea Caliente: (602)347-1100

Crisis Text Line is here for any crisis. A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds, all from our secure online platform. The volunteer Crisis Counselor will help you move from a hot moment to a cool moment.  Text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the United States, anytime.

El Rio Broadway Health Center (520)670-3909    1101 E Broadway Blvd. Tucson Az

HOPE Inc.  (520)770-1197   1200 N. Country Club Rd Call for Intake appt.  Llame para una cita de toma datos

La Frontera   (520)838-3804   502 W. 29th St., Tucson, AZ 85713, Business Office: (480) 784-1514, Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Bridges Counseling   One of Tucson’s leading, state-licensed outpatient clinics addressing domestic violence, DUI, and alcohol/drug abuse needs, we offer specialized expertise, services, and two locations to provide you the counseling and skills you require.  Our professional staff includes licensed psychotherapists, and alcohol/drug abuse counselors. We provide a variety of services to adults, families, and couples.  With two locations to serve you 5390 E. Pima St.  (520) 320-1595  and 5669 N Oracle Rd. (520) 408-3247

La Frontera RAPP Team Path Program    (520) 882-8422  After Hours (520) 307-6730    1101 E Broadway Tucson AZ 

MHC Healthcare   (520) 682-4111  Marana Health Centers.  Various Locaton, Accepts AHCCCS.  Varios lugares.  Acepta pacientes de AHCCCS. 

Pima County Health Department    (520) 724-8491  2980 E Ajo Way Tucson, AZ., M, W, F. 7:30 am – 12 pm.  T 12-4 pm, L, Mier, V. 7:30 am – 12 pm, Mar. 12-4 pm.  Chest X-Ray free if homeless.  Gratis si no tiene hogar.

Theresa lee Public Health Center     (520) 724-7900   1493 Commerce Ct.  M-F 8 am – 4 pm. L-V 8 am- 5 pm

Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation    (520) 628-7223   375 S. Euclid Ave. Tucson Az 

Z Mansion   288 N. Church Ave.   Free clinic each Sun., 9 am – 12 pm.  No prescriptions.  No recetas.

Hospital Locations

Northwest Hospital   (520)742-9000   6200 N La Cholla Blvd Tucson AZ

Banner UMC    (520)694-0111     1501 N Campbell Banner Tucson AZ

UMC South   (520)874-2000   2800 E Ajo Way Tucson AZ

St. Mary’s Hospital  (520)872-3000   1601 W St. Mary’s Rd Tucson AZ

Tucson Medical Center  (520)327-5461   5301 E Grant Rd Tucson AZ

VA Medical Center  (520)792-1450 | (800)470-8262   3601 S. 6th Ave.  Tucson AZ

Adult Protective Services 1455 S. Alvernon, Tucson AZ  Arizona Adult Protective Services (APS) is a program within the DES Division of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) and is responsible for investigating allegations of abuse, exploitation and neglect of vulnerable adults.   (520) 827-9000

Resilient Health  What is resilience? It’s the ability to bounce back, adapt and keep moving forward when life gets tough! 

Our Resiliency Experience creates a safe place for you to learn the tools to get through the challenges in your life. We believe resilience is personal, and our program gives you the opportunity to choose activities and therapies that specifically help you. (877) 779-2470

Connections Health Solutions  Too many times have we seen thousands of people struggling with mental health or substance use end up in the emergency department or jail because there was no other option.  As behavioral health crisis leader, we have created a safe environment for people to seek the help they deserve. We welcome everyone, regardless of history or current circumstance. No exceptions. No judgment. By providing immediate access to care and by connecting people to benefits and community resources, we have created a system that puts people on the journey to recovery.   Find a location    Phoenix (602) 416-7600   Tucson  (520) 301-2400


AZ Health Zone  The AZ Health Zone supports moms and communities across Arizona to make healthy changes in homes and neighborhoods. From local gardens in your community to working with your kids’ schools to create healthy environments, the AZ Health Zone provides your family opportunities to be active and healthy your way.

The mission of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is to enhance the health and well-being of all Americans, by providing for effective health and human services and by fostering sound, sustained advances in the sciences underlying medicine, public health, and social services.

Jewish Family & Children’s Services   At JFCS, our goal is to increase the well-being of individuals, families, and ultimately our community by providing trauma-informed, person-centered services to people from all backgrounds. Since our founding in 1941, we have served the needs of vulnerable people across southern Arizona.   (520)795-0300

Our Family Servcies    Our Family’s mission is to eliminate homelessness and strengthen our community.  2590 N. Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ 85712 (520) 323-1708

The Arizona Center for Disability Law (ACDL) is a not for profit public interest law firm, dedicated to protecting the rights of individuals with physical, mental, psychiatric, sensory and cognitive disabilities.  177 North Church Ave., Suite 800 Tucson, AZ 85701-1119 (520) 327-9547

Joshua Sober House  While Joshua House is one of many transitional living facilities in Tucson, our sober living program is unique, as it offers its sober house residents a safe place to live without crowding, on-site self-help meetings, with a Christian environment promoting inner spiritual growth and faith which we believe is the center of a successful recovery. Letting Go and Letting God, as they commit themselves to aim towards a new life is the basis on which we operate daily.  3028 North Geronimo Avenue, Tucson, Arizona 85705 (520)512-8448

Novis Vita offers psychiatric services as part of its healthcare offerings. Licensed Behavioral Health Medical Providers provide these services qualified to diagnose and prescribe treatments for behavioral, emotional, and mental disorders.  2122 N Craycroft Road, Tucson, AZ 85712  (520) 989-8482

Coordinated Entry: Homeless/Entrada Coordinada: Sin Hogar

Coordinated Entry is your way home: assessment and referral to the right housing assistance based on applicants’ needs. La entrada coordinada es su camino a casa: evaluacion y referencia a la asistencia de vivienda adecuada en funcion de las necesidades de los solicitantes.

CODAC    520-202-1758 X 5301   1075 E. Ft. Lowell Rd., Tucson, AZ   T, Th, 9 am – 12 pm or by appt.    M, J 9 am -12 pm o llame por cita.

La Frontera RAPP   520-882-8422  1082 E Ajo Way Suite 100, Tucson, AZ 85713   M-F 8 am to 4 pm.  L-V 9 am to 12 pm

Old Pueblo Community Services    520-546-0122  4501 E 5th St., M-Th, 9 am – 4 pm: phone for appt on F.

Our Family Services 2590 N. Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ 85712  Provides case management services for homeless and near-homeless youth including bus passes, educational/career planning, health/medical care, counseling, independent living skills.  (520) 323-1708

Our Family Services    (520)323-1708    3830 E. Bellevue St. Tucson AZ  T, Th 10 am – 1 pm, W 1-4 pm or by appointment.  M, J 10 am – 1 pm, Mier, 1-4 pm.

Primavera   (520)623-5111  702 S. 6th Ave Tucson AZ.  M,W, Th, F 9 am – 12:30 pm.  L, Mier, J, V 9 am – 12:30 pm

Salvation Army    (520)795-9671   1002 N. Main Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85705  T, Th 2-5 pm  

Sullivan Jackson Employment Center  (520) 724-7300   400 E 26th Tucson Az., M-F 8 am – 5 pm

Sullivan Jackson Employment Center  (520) 724-7300   400 E 26th Tucson Az., M-F 8 am – 5 pm

Domestic Violence

Emerge!   Crisis Hotline  (520) 795-4266    (888) 428-0101  24 hours/7 days a week. Todas horas

Youth (Ages 18-24)

Safe Place   (520) 320-5122   24 hours/7 days a week

Mobile Access Points 

Sharon Francis   (520) 490-9186 


Find resources online at:  Encuentre recursos en linea en:   Or visit any Coordinated Entry Site


Arizona @ Work Job Centers    Arizona DES and American Job Centers

Sullivan Jackson Employment Center    (520) 724-7300   400 E. 26th ST Tucson Az

Kino Service Center     (520) 724-2646  (For Vets) (520) 724-7700   2801 E Ajo Way Tucson AZ

Rio Nuevo Service Center    (520) 724-7650   340 N Commerce Park Loop #100 (Tortolita Bldg)

Workforce Center North    (520) 638-2230   316 W. Ft. Lowell Rd. Tucson AZ

Workforce Center South   (520) 638-2358   195 W. Irvington Rd Tucson AZ

Workforce Center East    (520) 724-7650  1445 S. Alvernon Way Tucson AZ

Youth Employment Center    (520) 724-9649   320 N Commerce Park Loop Tucson AZ   (For 14-24)

Goodwill Tucson Job Connection Centers 3725 E Ft. Lowell Rd. Tucson AZ   (520) 628-1883,   2907 N 1st Ave Tucson AZ.  (520) 206-0333,  1680 W. Valencia Rd Tucson, AZ  (520) 547-3464,  7201 E. 22nd St Tucson AZ   (520) 545-9266,  300 N 4th Ave, Tucson AZ Metro Youth Employment  (520) 382-1425

Primavera Works  151 W. 40th St Tucson AZ   (520) 882-9668

Fred G. Acosta Job Corps   901 S. Campbell Ave. Tucson, AZ   Vocational and academic training for youth ages 16-24   (520) 792-3015

Tucson Youth Development    1901 N. Stone Ave Tucson, AZ    Tucson Youth Development’s (TYD) mission is to equip Pima County youth to gain employment, achieve self-sufficiency and reach career potential through education and training.  (520) 623-5843

WORKABILITY – A UCP OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM  WorkAbility is an individualized and supportive employment program owned and operated by UCP of Southern Arizona (UCPSA) a non-profit organization dedicated to teaching and preparing people with disabilities for competitive, integrated, and sustainable work opportunities in southern Arizona.

Veteran’s Employment Services  Pima County One-Stop opened the Kino Veterans’ Workforce Center in 2012 to help military veterans find jobs, get training, access benefits, and provide needed support services.  2801 E. Ajo Way Tucson, AZ 85713 (520) 724-2646

ARIZONA@WORK is the statewide workforce development network that helps employers of all sizes and types recruit, develop and retain the best employees for their needs. For job seekers throughout the state, we provide services and resources to pursue employment opportunities.


Tucson and Pima County Eviction Prevention/Rental Assistance and Utility Relief Program This program offers both Landlords/Property Managers AND Tenants the opportunity to begin the application process and requires both parties to provide information, documentation and agree to mutual resolution for housing stability. Open communication is highly encouraged between both parties, to expedite the process and recognize that we are all in this together. If unable to apply online call (831) 292-4308

The Pima County Housing Center partners with HUD approved housing counseling agencies and mortgage servicers to assist borrowers with mortgage prevention and intervention. For more information, go to Foreclosure Prevention or call the Pima County Housing Center at (520) 624-2947

Home Repair Assistance  Pima County’s newly re-branded Home Repair Program for Children and Their Families provides limited-time, grant-funded home repairs addressing lead-based paint, and other home-related hazards, to make your home safer for your kids and family.

Housing Discrimination

Southwest Fair Housing Council (SWFHC)

SWFHC offers full service fair housing enforcement services to clients throughout Arizona. SWFHC conducts ongoing research in the community to determine local fair housing practices. Additionally, SWFHC investigates individual claims of housing discrimination and assist clients in filing fair housing complaints with the appropriate agency. A complainant is seven times more likely to achieve a positive resolution in a fair housing complaint by going through a fair housing agency like SWFHC than when filing independently.

The Fair Housing Act protects people from discrimination in any housing transaction or service on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, or familial status. Arizona residents may also be protected under local ordinances on the bases of sexual orientation, gender identity, age, ancestry, and marital status depending on where they live.

For more information on housing, discrimination go to the Southwest Fair Housing Council website or call (520) 798-1568 or toll free (888) 624-4611

Pima County Rental Assistance  The rental landscape has changed significantly and Pima County is working with many partners to provide much-needed help.  For more information please call the Community Action Agency Hotline at (520)724-2505

The Pima Tucson Homebuyer’s Solution Program   provides 3%, 4% or 5% down payment assistance. This program is made possible by the Industrial Development Authorities of the County of Pima and the City of Tucson, Arizona.

If you do not expect to become homeless within 14 days, and need assistance with rent or utilities, please use the resources below.  Public libraries provide Internet access. Si no espera quedar sin hogar dentro de los 14 dias, y necesita ayuda con el alquiler, los servicios publicos, utilice los recursos abajo.  Las bibilotecas publicas brindan acceso a Internet.  or 1 (877) 211-8661  

Pima County Affordable Housing Bond Program In May 2004, the voters of Pima County approved General Obligation Bonds in the amount of $10,000,000 for the purpose of funding the Pima County Affordable Housing Bond Program. Non-profit corporations, units of government and licensed builders in the private sector through an open and continuous application process may request bond funds for the development of affordable housing units.  For more information contact Marcos Ysmael, Program Manager   (520) 724-2460

Assistance League of Tucson  Our programs are funded from our thrift shop proceeds, individual donations, fundraisers, and generous grants. We serve more than 13,000 members of our community each year.  1307 N Alvernon Way Tucson, AZ 85712  (520) 326-8452

211 Arizona    The agency provides information and referral for people of all ages in Arizona  1275 W Washington St, Tempe, AZ 85282  (877) 211-8661

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Helping you meet your housing needs. HUD provides housing support and uplifts communities. Let us guide your next steps to the right place

Interfaith Community Services   ICS is often the place to go in Pima County for those who have nowhere else to turn. Our programs enable seniors and people with disabilities to stay safe and independent in their homes. We also assist individuals and families facing food hardship, job loss and financial crisis regain stability and gather the resources to move forward to self-sufficiency.  On the grounds of Christ the King Episcopal Church   2820 W. Ina Road  Tucson, AZ 85741 (520) 297-6049




Hot Meals/ Comidas Caliente

2-1-1 Arizona  Llame M-F 7 am – 6 pm  (877) 211-8661

Caridad Community Meals     Community Meals make it easy for people in need to access nutritious meals and connect with others at meal sites. All of our Meal Sites serve anyone in need of a meal, and are often happy to help someone find appropriate community resources.

Casa Maria  352 E 26th St, Tucson, AZ 85713   8:30 – 11:30 am daily except Thanksgiving and Christmas   (520) 624-0312  

The Arizona Department of Health Services  150 North 18th Avenue Phoenix, Arizona 85007 (602) 542-1025

Food and Other Assistance Comida/Otra Asistencia

Note: Federally-funded food banks usually require photo ID.  Faith-based food pantries may not.

Los bancos de alimentos con fondos federales generalmente requieren una identificación con foto. Las despensas de comida basadas en la fe no pueden.

Impact (formerly Catalina Comunity Services)   3535 E. Hawser Rd., Tucson AZ    (520) 825-0009

Community Food Bank   3003 S. Country Club Rd TU- F 9 am -4:30 pm Sat 9 am – 1:30 pm. See website for additional locations.  (520) 622-0525

Community Closet  2958 E. 22ns St Tucson Az.  M-F/L-V 9:30 am – 5 pm Sat/S 9:30 am – 1:30 pm   (520) 326-1936

DES Food Stamps Tucson   Apply online:   1 (855) 432-7587   1455 S. Alvernon Way Tucson Az.    195 W Irvington Rd Tucson Az.   316 W. Ft. Lowell Rd. Tucson AZ.   3912 W. Ina Rd  Tucson AZ.

Gospel Rescue Missson Community Ministries   312 W . 28th St Tucson AZ (520) 740-1501  x7033

La Frontera RAPP Team and Drop-in  1101 E Broadway Blvd. #130 Tucson, AZ.  M-F 8 am – 4 pm.  L-V, 8 a- 4 p.  (520) 882-8422

Old Pueloe Community Services  4501 E. 5th St. #1.  M-F, 8 am – 5 pm.  L-V 8 am – 5 pm   (520) 546-0122

Primavera Casa Palmona (Women Only)  Open Monday – Wednesday and Friday, 8:00 am – 12:30 pm .  The Casa Paloma Women’s Program provides transitional housing for up to 9 women at a time. The Program also acts as a drop-in center for women only. For more information contact The Primavera Foundation or visit the The Primavera Foundation website.  Call (520) 882-0802 for directions

Primavera HIP (Homeless Intervention  and Prevention)  702 S. 6th Ave at 17th St. M, W, F, 9 am – 12:30 pm. Closed Tue.  L,M, V 9 am- 12 p. Cerrado los Martes  (520) 623-5111  x 113

Public Housing and Section 8 Housing Vouchers Waiting list is currently closed.  When it reopens, apply online at

The Salvation Army Social Services  1002 N. Main. Tucson AZ Appointment Only.  Llame para cita   (520) 792-1111

Social Security Administration  3808 N. 1st Ave. Tucson, AZ.  (800) 772-1213

Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc.  2343 E. Broadway Blvd. # 200.  M-F 8:30 a – 12 p & 1-4 p. L-V 8:30 a – 12 p, 1-4p   (520) 623-9461

Southside Presbyterian Church   317 W, 23rd St. M and F only, 7- 9:30 am.  L y V. solamente de 7:30-8:30 am. (520) 623-6857

TMM Family Services   1550 N. Country Club Rd.  Tucson AZ Call for an appt., M-F 8 am – 4:30 pm.  Llame para programar una cita, L-V 8a – 4:30 p.   (520) 322-9557

Tucson Urban League  2305 S. Park Ave Tucson AZ.  Hours vary.  Horas varian.  (520) 791-9522

Wings for Women   To empower homeless and impoverished women and children to overcome despair and lead self-sustainable and productive lives  (520) 406-6345

Double Up Food Bucks   TAKE HOME MORE FRUITS & VEGGIES WITH DOUBLE UP FOOD BUCKS!  Spend $1 with your SNAP/EBT Card and get $1 FREE to spend on Arizona-grown fruits & veggies, dried beans, and edible plants and seeds with Double Up Food Bucks – now with no daily limit! Find out how Double Up works at farmers markets, grocery stores, and everywhere else below. 

The Health and Nutrition Services Division is committed to enhancing the health and wellbeing of Arizona’s children and adults by providing access to a variety of federally funded programs. (602) 542-8700

Arizona Helping Hands provides resources to foster care families to help meet the basic essential needs of children in foster care.  3110 E Thunderbird Rd.
Suite 100 Phoenix, AZ 85032 BUSINESS HOURS 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (480) 889-0604

The Arizona Food Bank Network (AzFBN) is a coalition of 5 regional food banks and nearly 1,000 food pantries and agencies, working together to address hunger in Arizona. Each month this network helps feed more than 450,000 food insecure people in all 15 counties in Arizona. (602) 528-3434

Arizona Self Help  It can be tough to get the help your family needs. Arizona Self Help is a free and easy way to find out if your family can get help from 40 different health and human services programs.

At EveryoneOn, we believe in the democratizing power of the internet and technology. Our mission is to unlock opportunities by connecting families in underserved communities to affordable internet service and computers and delivering digital skills training

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Pandemic Emergency Assistance Funds (PEAF)   The Department of Economic Security (DES) will be paying limited additional benefits to families who are eligible to receive TANF Cash Assistance (CA), TANF Two-Parent Employment Program (TPEP CA), or Grant Diversion (GD) payments. Funding for the additional benefits was authorized under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021. The additional benefit will be paid to eligible families for October, November and December 2021.

Assets for Independence (AFI)  is a community-based approach for giving low-income families a hand up out of poverty. Utilizing existing individual and community assets, AFI strengthens communities from within through the use of matched savings accounts called Individual Development Accounts (IDAs). Through financial education, AFI demonstrates the use and impact of IDAs to help low-income individuals move toward greater self-sufficiency.

Catholic Social Services  Our agencies and ministries are the heart and hands of Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona. Together, we help families and individuals live with independence and dignity. (520) 623-0344

Chicanos Por La Causa (CPLC) formed in 1969 to fight discrimination against the Mexican American community.  1112 E Buckeye Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85304 (602) 257-0700

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul harnesses the power of community and partnerships to feed, clothe, house and heal individuals and families in our community who have nowhere else to turn for help. As important, SVdP provides meaningful opportunities for volunteers to serve their neighbors in need with love and compassion.  For general information, please call (602) 266-4673 or email

Transportation: Sun Tran

Sun Tran Route Information,   (520) 792-9222

Sun Tran Economy Fares (Except Sun Express routes) visit  reduced.php for guidelines/application.  $2 processing fee plus cost of monthly pass. Submit application to the Special Services Office.

Sun Tran Economy Fares (Except Sun Express routes) visit  reduced.php for guidelines/application.  $2 processing fee plus cost of monthly pass. Submit application to the Special Services Office.

Sun Tran At Sun Tran we pride ourselves on being more than just a bus company. Sun Tran employees are proud to be a part of Tucson and its close-knit community. Community involvement is one of the factors that distinguishes Sun Tran as an award-winning transit service, and makes Tucson a better place to call home. Below are a few community programs in which Sun Tran takes part.  

Pases de autobùs de bajo ingreso de Sun Tran   visite  reduced.php  para ver las pautas y obtener una solicitud.  $2 màs el costo del pase mensual.  Enviar solicitud a:

Special Services Office/Oficina de Servicios Especiales  (520) 791-4100  35 W. Alameda (SW corner of Stone), M-F 8 am – 4 pm closed holidays.  (esquina SW de Stone), L-V 8 am – 4 pm feriados cerrados.

Sun Van  Sun Van makes getting around the Tucson area simple for those eligible to ride. Sun Van meets the standards set under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) to provide service for those individuals who, because of their disability, are unable to ride Sun Tran.  (520) 792-9222

Youth Services/Servicios Para Jovenes

Tucson Pima Collaboration to End Homelessness (TPCH) is on a mission to prevent and end youth homelessness in Pima County. To accomplish this, we are working to elevate youth power in choice in decision-making at the individual, organizational, and system level. We invite you to join us by emailing

Arizona@work Youth Employment Center   320 N Commerce Park Loop Tucson, AZ  (For ages 14-24)  (520) 724-9649

EON Youth Lounge  At SAAF 375 S. Euclid Ave. Tucson AZ.  (520) 547-6106 Drop in center for GLBTQ youth ages 13-23.  Centro de convivencia para jovenes GLBTQ.

Goodwill Metro Youth Employment Center    300 N. 4th Ave Tucson, AZ.  (520) 382-1452

HOPE, Inc. WARM LINE, ages 13 – 17  24/7, 365 days yr. Durante todo el ano.  (520) 770-9909

Our Family Services 3830 E. Bellevue.   Youth/jovenes 12-24  (520) 323-1708

Sin Puertas (Pima Prevention Partnership)  1475 N. Oracle Rd. Call for an appointment.  Llame para una cite.  (520) 624-5806

Stand Up for Kids  Ages 24 & under/Jovenes 24 y memories.  See/vea  or for local info.    (520) 271-5369 or (888) 365-4543

Tucson Preparatory High School  School and homeless student services, ages 18-24/  Edades 18-24.  (520) 622-4185

Addiction Services

Youth on Their Own  1660 N. Alvernon M-F 9a – 5p. Students, 13-21 Estudiantes 13 a 21. (520) 293-1136

Sunshine Behavioral Health  Resources for Homeless and Runaway Youth    As hard as it is for homeless adults, teens who live on the streets face even greater challenges. Runaway teenagers enter a world that’s filled with uncertainty, danger, and a limited ability to earn a living or provide for basic necessities. Each teen’s situation is different and so are their respective needs. Programs for homeless and runaway youth are designed to provide the level of support and services needed to help teens find safe and secure living conditions as well as help for the family, when possible.    Call 24/7:1 (855) 929-1481

Pima County One Stop  FREE workshops available to help youth build their careers. Topics being offered focus on Leadership, Financial Literacy and Self-Employment. Check out this flyer for more information. 320 N. Commerce Park Loop Sentinel Building, 2nd Floor Tucson, AZ 85745  (520) 724-9649

Tucson Youth Development    1901 N. Stone Ave Tucson, AZ    Tucson Youth Development’s (TYD) mission is to equip Pima County youth to gain employment, achieve self-sufficiency and reach career potential through education and training.  (520) 623-5843

Addiction Services

Alcoholics Anonymous  All meetings open to teens 14 and older (520) 624-4183

Narcotics Anonymous Call for information, support, and meeting times/locations  (520) 881-8381

Cocaine Anonymous Cocaine Anonymous is a Fellowship of, by, and for addicts seeking recovery  (520) 326-2211

Alateen    Northwest Alonall Club 3120 W. Curtis Rd Tucson, Az   and   Rincon Congregational Church 122 N. Craycroft Rd. Tucson. Az.  (520) 323-2229

Ashline Free Telephone and Web-based quit services for tobacco use.  (800) 556-6222

The Mark  4653 E. Pima St Tucson Az  Intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment services including group therapy, family therapy, and education.  (520) 326-6182

CODAC‘s Step Forward Provides youth (ages 13-17) a treatment option for substance abuse, mental health education.  Accepts insurance and AHCCCS.  Grant funding is available for youth who do not have insurance.  Offers individual, family, and group counseling.  Santa Rosa Neighborhood Center  1080 S. 10th Ave (Corner of 22nd St and 10th Ave) Tucson AZ  (520) 202-1840

Sin Puertas (Part of Pima Prevention Partnership)  1475 N Oracle Tucson AZ, PPP has been creating conditions for change among youths, families, institutions, and community groups. The focus of PPP is to support and help underserved adolescents and their families.  (520) 624-5800

The Seven Challenges Program through Providence Service Corporation – Seven Challenges is an evidence-based, comprehensive counseling approach used for youth. East Side Location: 1161 N. El Dorado Place Suite 103  Northwest Location: 3295 W Ina Suite 150  (520) 747-6600

Start your Recovery   Our goal is to offer people a single source of relatable, reliable information at any stage of their recovery journey. provides helpful information for people who are dealing with substance use issues — and their family members, friends, and co-workers, too. We know that there is no one-size-fits-all solution to the challenges faced by those who misuse alcohol, prescription or illegal drugs, or other substances, and we aim to break through the clutter to help people at any stage of recovery. (800) 662-4357

Alcohol Rehab Guide is an informational web source dedicated to supporting and helping anyone battling alcoholism or co-occurring behavioral and mental health disorders. (844) 584-1133

Rehab Spot The objective of RehabSpot is to provide the necessary tools and information to help individuals and families in the community (866) 732-9437

Addiction Guide is one of the only educational websites founded by a recovering addict, an addict’s spouse, and a board-certified addiction doctor.  We’re here to provide reliable information about addiction and recovery to guide addicts and their loved ones to a happier, healthier life.

Addiction Guide is one of the only educational websites founded by a recovering addict, an addict’s spouse, and a board-certified addiction doctor.  We’re here to provide reliable information about addiction and recovery to guide addicts and their loved ones to a happier, healthier life.

Allure Detox Allure embodies a new way of thinking about substance abuse. This new thinking focuses on the physical causes of addiction, especially on the role brain chemistry plays. Our care team attacks addiction at its root, with prescription drugs that help to resolve the chemical imbalances that hinder recovery. (855) 972-9779

Spring Hill Recovery Center is an open campus surrounded by 70 acres of quiet woodland. Our recovery program is tailored to your individual needs, and we use a whole-person approach that addresses every facet of your addiction.  All of our treatment services are offered within a customized treatment plan. We provide residential treatment, a day treatment program, and a comprehensive aftercare plan to ensure you have support once you leave. (888) 743-1696

Crestview Recovery Center is a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center with the experience to help you recover. Our entire drug and alcohol recovery staff is dedicated to giving you the care that you need to begin regaining control over your life and start the healing process. Moreover, our caring and understanding staff members are among the most experienced in the field. We believe in a holistic approach to recovery, rather than just using evidence-based methods.  (866) 262-0531

Financial Help for Recovering Addicts  People in recovery have unique hurdles to restoring or establishing financial independence. Getting their finances in order may even trigger a relapse. But approached properly, people in recovery can follow a few specific steps to achieve financial independence.

Behavioral Health Services

Tu Nidito   3922 N Mountain Ave. Tucson AZ.  Support groups/counseling for youth (ages 3.5 to 18 years) who are grieving the death of a loved one.  Services for youth who have parent(s) with a serious medical condition.  (520) 322-9155

CODAC’s Step Forward  1080 S. Tenth Ave Tucson Az.  Provides youth (ages 13-17) a treatment option for substance abuse, mental health concerns, HIV testing and counseling, and health education.  Accepts insurance and AHCCCS.  Grant funding is available for youth who do not have insurance.  Offers individual, family, and group counseling.  (520) 202-1840

Survivors os Suicide   Find a support group for survivors that provides a safe place for you to express your feelings, or simply a place to go to be with other survivors who are experiencing some of the same things you’re going through. (520)838-3804

Crisis Text Line  Crisis Text Line provides free, 24/7, high-quality text-based mental health support and crisis intervention by empowering a community of trained volunteers to support people in their moments of need.   You can also message on Facebook. The primary goal at is to connect those struggling with drug or alcohol addiction with resources, treatment options, and a community of support in order to help more people find the recovery they deserve. By providing relevant information related to addiction and referral services for addiction treatment, we aim to become a primary source for all your substance abuse treatment needs.   (888) 859-4403

At Connections Health Solutions, we believe in treating every person with the compassion, respect, and the support they need to achieve recovery from mental health or substance use conditions.  We have the right resources to provide personalized treatment for people with urgent and immediate mental health needs. Our services are available when you need them – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.      Tucson (520) 301-2400 Phoenix (602) 416-7600

Help on Call   Suicide crisis and survivors of suicide  (866) 205-5229

Relationship Violence/Sexual Assault

Southern AZ Center Against Sexual Assault Cental:  1600 N. Country Club  South:  101 W. Irvington, Office 4-A  24-hr Crisis Line for victims/’survivors of secual assault, molestation incest, and rape.  Walk-in visits for advocacy service 8 am – 5 pm. Services available in Spanish and English.  Staff of trained nurses to provide medical exams after a sexual assault.  Counseling for youth ages 12 and up.  Central:  (520) 327-7273  South: (520) 434-0195

Las Familias  3618 E Pima St Tucson Az.  Ages 12 yrs and under.  Therapy and support services for survivors of childhood sexual abuse and domestic violence.  (520) 327-7122 Ext 221

Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse  2545 E. Adams St Tucson AZ  24 Hour Crisis Hotline for victims/survivors of domestic abuse.  Crisis shelter and transitional housing services.  (520) 881-7201 (Outreach Office)  (888) 428-0101 (24-hour Crisis Hotline)

Pima County Victim Services  32 N Stone Ave. Tucson AZ  The Victim Services Division’s mission is to support, educate, and empower victims of crime to seek justice that strengthens and rebuilds their lives. Victim Services advocates assist and provide support to victims at crime scenes, right after an incident has occurred, and as a victim navigates the criminal justice system. Victims can receive information on community resources, have in-person support at court hearings and be comforted, emotionally, by an advocate through the Victim Services Division. (520) 740-5525

Against Abuse, Inc    Offers programs for victims of domestic violence and/or child abuse. Provides group counseling sessions, parenting and life skills instruction, and domestic violence education. Site for coordinated entry into housing. 119 N Florence St  Casa Grande, AZ 85122-4418   (520)836-1239

Agnes’ Centers for Domestic Solutions  Offers services for people affected by domestic abuse or sexual abuse. Services include individual, family, and group counseling; therapeutic visits; home-based counseling; dialectical behavior therapy (DBT); anger management; support groups including grief support; financial management classes; and legal advocacy.  (480) 664-6554

Arizona Coalition Against DV The Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence was formed in 1980 so that concerned citizens and professionals could unite in a statewide organization to end domestic violence. In 2013, the coalition became the designated dual coalition to address both sexual and domestic violence thus becoming the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence.  Reach us by telephone locally at  (602) 279-2900toll-free at (800) 782-6400and AZ Relay Service 711.

Helping Survivors  Our mission is to assist anyone who has been victimized by sexual assault or abuse. Our website is a compilation of information around different instances of sexual violence. We offer resources to assist survivors and their families, and we will continuously be adding more. We recently made a guide specific to domestic violence and sexual abuse.

Project Safe Place (JFCS)   At JFCS, our goal is to increase the well-being of individuals, families, and ultimately our community by providing trauma-informed, person-centered services to people from all backgrounds. Since our founding in 1941, we have served the needs of vulnerable people across southern Arizona.  4301 E. 5th Street, Tucson, AZ 85711  (520) 795-0300

Veteran Assistance

Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services  The Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services (ADVS) provides direct services to Veterans through the administration of 19 Veterans Benefits  839 N 3rd St, Phoenix, AZ 85012 (602) 255-3373

Veterans 4 Veterans  Empowering Veterans, Active & Transitioning Military, Spouses & Their Families

Be Connected  The Be Connected program is a statewide effort to strengthen access to support and resources for the 600,000+ service members, veterans and their families who call Arizona home.  Be Connected launched a support line in 2017 with one team member.  866-429-8387

Make the Connection is an online resource designed to connect Veterans, their family members and friends, and other supporters with information, resources, and solutions to issues affecting their lives.

Camp Southern Ground Our veteran programs are both founded on the premise that when men and women enlist to protect our country, we have an obligation to honor their service and sacrifice, and care for them upon their return home. Warrior Week and Warrior PATHH are specifically dedicated to serving post-9/11 veterans struggling with transition to life after military service, as well as those struggling with PTSD, depression, anxiety, and/or combat stress.

Disabled Veteran Empowerment Network (DVEN) DVEN’s mission is to identify veteran organizations that are providing genuine support to the veteran community and provide monetary support to those programs.  

Arizona Coalition for Military Families  The Arizona Coalition for Military Families builds on Arizona’s statewide capacity to care for, serve and support all service members, veterans, their families and communities.   (602) 753-8802

Veterans: If you are homeless and have ever served in the U.S. military, please call +1 (877) 424-3838 (24/7) or (520) 792-1450, Ext 1831 (M-F 7:30 am to 4:00 pm) for information about homeless services.  Si estan sin hogar y han servido en el ejercito de Estados Unidos.

Fort Lowell One Stop Satellite  Provides employment assistance and training to adults, veterans, youth, and others with serious barriers to employment including dislocated workers. Services include occupational and vocational training, job search training, employment counseling, basic education programs, and job search assistance. Offers the use of computers with Internet access, fax machines, copiers, and telephones for job search purposes only. May also provide assistance with transportation, child care, counseling, minor medical services, clothing for work or training, and referrals to other agencies.(520) 638-2230

Veteran Benefits Counseling who are dual-accredited by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the American Legion. The VBC’s advocate for Arizona’s service members, veterans and their families in pursuit of their federal and state veteran benefits.  (602)535-1215

USAJOBS connects job seekers with federal employment opportunities across the United States and around the world. As the federal government’s official employment site, USAJOBS helps the right people find the right jobs.

Recreational/Pro-Social Activities

Pima County Public Library  Borrow books, CDs and more gain access to public computers and the internet.  See the website for various activities and clubs for youth.  (520) 791-4010

Pima Community College Programs for Kids and Teens When it comes to kids and teens, it’s important to make learning enjoyable. We offer youth programs to encourage children in our community to have fun while building academic skills and learning about a variety of career options.  (520) 206-4500

Tucson Parks and Recreation became a recognized department in November of 1961. It was initiated through the passage of a Charter amendment which combined the Recreation Division and the Parks Division from Public Works. Today, the City of Tucson Parks and Recreation Department provides a variety of parks, recreation facilities, and program experiences equitably throughout the community. Programs are developed and maintained to the highest quality, ensuring a safe environment with exceptional service resulting in the development of lifetime customers. Services demonstrate a positive economic investment through partnerships with other service providers, both public and private, ensuring a high quality of life for Tucsonans of all ages and abilities.  Phone: (520) 791-4873 Class Registration:(520) 791-4877

Tucson Indian Center   The Tucson area has long been the traditional site for Indian settlements. From the Archaic and Hohokam Indians to the Tohono O’odham and Yaqui, the waters of the Santa Cruz River and the surrounding fertile land attracted desert-dwelling tribes.  Shortly after World War II, local Indians felt there was a need for an organization of their own to provide services for health, housing, education, counseling, and recreation. To pursue this goal a Native American Club was organized in 1957. In 1963, the Club became incorporated as the American Indian Association, doing business as the Tucson Indian Center.  For decades, the Center has offered youth and elderly programs, job services, adult and youth education programs, cultural activities, and emergency assistance.  (520) 337-3077

Boys and Girls Club of Tucson   To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. 3155 E. Grant Rd. Tucson, AZ 85716 (520) 573-3533