Social Service Organizations in Tucson, AZ
1.Gospel Rescue Mission
707 W Miracle Mile
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You see them practically every day. Standing on street corners, huddling in groups, walking down the street with backpacks, plastic bags near bursting, worn duffel bags, or shopping carts overflowing with stuff. Meager possessions, remnants of all that's left in their lives. What do you feel? Do you shake your head and ask why? Do you turn your head and ignore? Do you wonder - 'will it ever get better for them?' Imagine. What if you could help them out? Could You? Would you? What if it was you? Most of us could be in that same situation - easily. It's been said that many are one paycheck away from just this very scenario. Are you? Not just food, shelter or clothing. It's what the Gospel Rescue Mission does. Not just food, shelter or clothing But much more. For over Fifty years the Rescue Mission here in Tucson has been a relief for those caught in the shackles of homelessness and addiction. Cutting through the chains of circumstances binding these men and women and reestablishing them on the road of freedom and hope. Each day the Rescue Mission houses, feeds and ministers hundreds of men, women and children in Tucson. Through faithful ministers, volunteers, and the facilities God has provided through faithful contributions just like yours, we are able to not only meet the physical needs of these precious souls, but also to meet their spiritual, educational and job related needs also. Offering Hope through Emergency Shelters for homeless Men, Women and Children In Section One - "Shelters", you will find information related to emergency shelters for Men, Women and Children. Along with maps for our homeless shelter locations, you will also find the "Eligibility Requirements" you need to meet to receive shelter services. Recovery for those Homeless or Addicted Section Two - "Recovery", provides information on the discipleship, restoration and career development programs available through the Gospel Rescue Mission. Community Service Section Three - "Ministries", hig
2.Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse
2545 E Adams St
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Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse provides domestic abuse crisis intervention and housing, prevention, education, support, and advocacy services to anyone experiencing domestic abuse. While the majority of the people seeking our services are women and their children, our services are available to anyone regardless of gender. Our secure, clean, and confidential shelter facilities provide a safe haven for those escaping from domestic abuse. Contact us today for more information or visit our website. We also have a 24 Hour Bilingual Hotline 520-795-4266 Toll Free 1-888-428-0101
3.Epilepsy Outreach Project Inc.
922 N Campbell Ave
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Information and support for people with epilepsy and/or their family and friends. Epilepsy Outreach Project is a Tucson based independent non-prophet agency. No fees for service. Please call us with any questions. If you reach our answering machine, please leave us a message and we will call you back. We never close.
4.Arizona's Children Association
1600 N Country Club Rd
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Serving Arizona Since 1912, Arizona's Children Association, located in Tuscon, offers foster care and adoption services. Our goals are prevention, intervention and permanency. These tenets have guided our non-profit organization and we now have more than 40 programs and services across every county in the state. Foster care and adoption Behavioral health Prevention programs Child welfare services Please visit our website for more information about our services and how to volunteer. We look forward to your call!
155 W Helen St
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Adoption Connections is one of the many programs offered by Catholic community services in the Tucson, Ariz. area. We help with all aspects of the adoption process to help children find permanent families. Our experienced staff helps families apply for adoption including assistance with necessary paperwork, background checks, seminars and more. We take pride in helping to make families more complete with the addition of an adopted child. Some of our adoption services include: Recruiting Case management Child placement Court filing Adoption Connections also assists those who are pregnant and considering making their child available for adoption. Professional counselors can help sort through the emotions and offer support as you make this important decision. Catholic Community Services reaches out with respect, support, and healing to individuals and families in need through the services. Call today for more details on adopting a child.
338 W 28th St
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Practical hands-on service given daily to Tucson neighbors in need. One of the best ways we have found to help men and women along the path to recovery is to instill a sense of community and service to others. By providing avenues to serve the local community, the focus is redirected from self to others. In most cases, this leads to a greater sense of purpose for life. In this "Ministries" section, both out-reach and in-reach ministry is highlighted. These ministries provide the community with opportunities to become involved in the day-today services we provide to those wrapped up in homelessness and/or addiction. Ministry Directory - Outreach: In our "Outreach Community Ministries" area we provide information concerning 5 different ministries serving the community under the Community Ministries umbrella. These ministries serve low income families throughout Tucson by providing food boxes, clothing, household items and more. Learn more about these outreach ministries by going to "Community Ministries". - Inreach: Do you desire to give back to the community? Would you like to serve here at the Rescue Mission? Could you intercede in Prayer on our behalf? These are just some of the opportunities available at GRM. In the "Inreach Ministries" area, we provide information on how you can become a prayer partner or help minister here at the Mission. Information on Volunteering at the Rescue Mission for you or your group can be found in our "Volunteer Opportunities" page. Need a fill in Pastor for your church? How about a presentation of what we do at your Youth Group or Missions Conference? Learn more about these opportunities by going to our "Community Relations" page. Are you a Prayer Warrior, or need prayer for a need in your life? Then learn more about becoming a Prayer Partner or submit your prayer requests in our "Prayer Partners and Requests" page. - Events: Each year GRM hosts various events th
7.Gospel Rescue Mission - Men's Center
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Adult men come through our doors each day. Some have been living on the streets for a good part of their lives, battling mental illness, PTSD, and chemical or other life controlling addictions. Other guests are first time homeless perhaps resulting from domestic violence, loss of job, or traumatic life experiences. Lacking street survival skills, these men and women are afraid for their safety. They are overwhelmed with concerns about what might lie ahead, or how they can overcome their current circumstance. Many shelter guests find their way to the Mission through word of mouth on the street or possibly from seeing our TV commercial. Other shelter guests are referred to us by social service organizations, churches, relatives, or coming through re-entry from incarceration. Some women are brought to us by law enforcement agents, as victims of sex trafficking or domestic violence. It doesnt matter where anyone comes from or why they are homeless or whether they need just a few days stay or longer term assistance. All are lacking hope. All are weary. All are in need of love, respect, and support. They need basic life necessities of food, clothing, and shelter provided in a compassionate and supportive environment.
8.Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona
140 W Speedway Blvd Ste 230
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Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona has been serving the Tuscon, Ariz., community for more than 75 years. We reach out with respect, support, and healing to individuals and families in need through the services of our six agencies: We provide help and create hope by serving all. Some of the services we provide include healthcare, counseling, ministry, housing and youth services. Our social service agencies include: Catholic Social Service St. Elizabeth's Health Center Pio Decimo Center Southwest Community Services CCS in Southeastern Arizona CCS in Western Arizona If you and your family are in need, please contact Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona today. Visit us online to learn more about our services and how we can help you.
9.CODAC Behavioral Health Services
1650 E Fort Lowell Rd Ste 202
Counseling ServicesPhysicians & Surgeons, PsychiatryAlcoholism Information & Treatment CentersDrug Abuse & Addiction Centers
I started w/ codac in the mid 90 not long after they came into being. after getting counseling for a number of years It was obvious that addiction to opiates was a major problem for me and I started thier methadone maintenance in 2013. After a few weeks they told me since I had insurance (medicare complete) they requested a daily $35$co-pay. After almost 2 years I was broke from spending $55.00 a week @ New Hope, where they treat people with dignity. All I have now however are HORROR stories of myself and others who can"t afford decent clinics, and sustain insults and put downs and guilty until proven innocent with administrations that willy nilly arbitrarily concoct strange rules that are there to intimidate. Methadone works great. Codac however is the biggest mistake of my life. It has come close to Killing me when I was attacked for my take homes, by another client. 4 days in Banner, Cuncussion and two years later a pinched nerve in my neck where I fell 8 feet when this gem of a guy tryed to steal my 13 take homes. Well, they took my take homes away. THE WORST DECISION OF MY LIFE,(i'm 62 and I have made a few big ones ). ALAN M. ROBERTS
10.Tucson Womans Club
6245 E Bellevue St
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Tucson Woman's Club offers large and small facilities for weddings and receptions, banquets, sweet 16, quinceaneras, family reunions, meeting rooms for business/corporate functions. Also for outdoor events, garden patio and fountain. Our women's club is an international women's organization dedicated to community improvement by enhancing the lives of others through volunteer and scholarships. Activities include chair exercise classes, cards, bridge, mah-jongg, luncheons and book club. Member of general federation of women's clubs.
11.Tucson Urban League
2305 S Park Ave
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Terrible organization! Rude to people in the community and makes them feel like trash when they ask for assistance. Very unprofessional!
12.Casa San Juan
602 W Ajo Way
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What happens Casa San Juan Casa San Juan Center has a mission that is vital for marginalized populations. The Center serves families living in poverty, homeless families, and immigrant families. Hundreds of families each month request help with immediate needs, such as help with food, clothing, medical, or shelter. Families also receive help with advocacy, education, workforce resources, and immigration related assistance. The Casa San Juan Center was established in 2002 by the Diocese of Tucson at the request of Bishop Manuel Moreno, Bishop Gerald F. Kicanas, Pastor Raul P. Trevizo, and lay members of the community at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Tucson, Arizona. Numerous community members and organizations embraced and helped to launch the Center. The Center is located in one of the poorest areas of Tucson, in the south side of the city where there is a large concentration of homeless adults and poor families, many whom are immigrants. The specific goal of the Center is to provide immediate help and work toward justice to advance the quality of life for all, including immigrant children and adults.
13.Pima County Collaboration
3809 E 3rd St
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1920 E Silverlake Rd Ste 201
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15.Interfaith Community Services
2820 W Ina Rd
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240 W Drachman St
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I like project hone really I wished I could really have their email they don't treat me bad Tasha and Susan are really polite and I like them. And I feel so safe there because of the pics officers
17.TMM Family Services, Inc
1550 N Country Club Rd
Social Service OrganizationsCharitiesReligious OrganizationsCommunity Organizations
TMM Family Services, formerly Tucson Metropolitan Ministry, is a faith-based and nonprofit social advocacy organization. It offers childcare, home buying assistance, job opportunity transitional housing and clothes recycling services. TMM is supported by more than 1,300 individual donors, 70 supporting religious congregations, hundreds of volunteers and less than 75 employees. Congregations and individuals donate approximately $250,000 each year to benefit the thousands of children and families served annually. These contributions account for a large portion of the agency's approximate $3,000,000 annual operating budget. The balance of agency funding comes from government contracts for services, client fees, corporate grants, foundations, earned income and rent. TMM Family Services is located in Tucson, Ariz.
2545 E Adams St
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Located in Tucson, Ariz., Tucson Centers for Women and Children operates emergency shelters for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence. Founded in 1975, the organization provides emergency shelter, crisis intervention and referral services to women suffering from family violence. It receives financial assistance from the United Way, state behavioral health services and justice departments. Tucson Centers for Women and Children s child care center offers recreational and educational programs for more than 80 children up to the age of 12. The organization provides outreach and transitional and supportive housing programs. It additionally provides support groups and classroom presentations for youths who have witnessed relationship violence.
19.The Parent Connection
3716 E Columbia St
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Founded in 1992, The Parent Connection is a child growth and development center in the United States. Based in Tucson, Ariz., the organization offers education and support modules for children, which comprises participation of their parents. It provides programs with support groups, songs, games and structured/unstructured play to develop language acquisition abilities, social/emotional/motor skills and intellect in toddlers. The Parent Connection also offers specialty services, such as infant massage, newborn care, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and one-to-one parent consultation. Additionally, it offers parenting classes, such as systematic training for effective parenting, guiding good choices and calming the family storm, to address issues related to birth during the teenage years. The firm is a member of Arizona's Children Association Family of Agencies.
20.PPEP Inc Rural Operations
1021 E Palmdale St Ste 110
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Established in 1967, Portable Practical Educational Preparation, also known as PPEP, is a human service organization that serves the socioeconomic, educational and health care needs of poor rural and urban people. It provides ENCOMPASS, a self-sufficiency training program for individuals with developmental disabilities that focuses on day treatment, vocational training, job coaching and individual rehabilitative services. The organization also provides microenterprise and small business loan services, as well as technical assistance for business management of rural, home-based and small businesses through its affiliate, PPEP Microbuisiness and Housing Development Corporation. Portable Practical Educational Preparation behavioral health counseling services on issues related to relapse prevention and alcohol and substance abuse addiction recovery, as well as domestic violence and anger and stress management. It also provides medical assistance with issues related to self-esteem, assertiveness, adjustment, depression, divorce parenting, parent and child conflict, and sexual, physical and psychological abuse. Portable Practical Educational Preparation maintains a presence in Tucson, Ariz.
21.American Red Cross
7139 E Broadway Blvd
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Operational since 1881, the American Red Cross has been one of the leading emergency response organizations in the world. Located in Tucson, Ariz., it is a part of a worldwide movement that offers neutral humanitarian care to the victims of war. The American Red Cross distinguishes itself by also aiding victims of devastating natural disasters. In addition to domestic disaster relief, the organization offers services in five other areas: community services providing support for military members/families; the collection, processing and distribution of lifesaving blood/blood products; educational programs promoting health/safety; and international relief/development programs.
4732 N Oracle Rd
Social Service OrganizationsCommunity OrganizationsRehabilitation ServicesCharities
About ACVREP The Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation and Education Professionals ( ACVREP ) is committed to quality certification programs that meet rigorous recognized standards. The Academy is a member of the National Organization for Competency Assurance ( NOCA ) and strives to conduct its certification programs according to the standards established by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies ( NCCA ). 1. Identifying the standards common to employees in the vision rehabilitation and education professions, including the body of knowledge and work experience ;
23.Intermountain Centers for Human Development
994 S Harrison Rd
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Intermountain Centers for Human Development, a private non-profit agency, was established in 1973 to provide quality individualized community-based services. The organization provides group residences, foster and therapeutic foster care programs, semi-independent living programs, intensive home-based therapy programs, respite and crisis stabilization service programs. It also provides out of home and home-based support services to a variety of at-risk populations, including children and youth who are emotionally and behaviorally challenged, adults who have been diagnosed with serious mental illness and individuals with developmental disabilities. Intermountain Centers for Human Development also operates a sub-acute level group residence as an alternative to institutionalization for Native American adolescents who exhibit the most challenging behaviors. It is headquartered in Tucson, Ariz.
24.Aclu Of Arizona
PO Box 1529
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502 S Via Golondrina
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26.Easter Seals Blake Foundation
616 N Country Club Rd Ste A
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236 S Tucson Blvd
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622 N Country Club Rd Ste E
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29.Tucson Junior Leauge
700 S Randolph Way
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30.The Devereux Foundation
961 N Camino Miramonte
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