Child & Family Service Providers 

Department of Economic Security

Contacts: Alfred Edwards, Homeless Coordinator │ (602)-542-6638

Betsy Long, Program Administrator for Homeless │ (602)-542-3019

Services:

     Emergency Shelters -

         http://www.mycommunitypt.com/arizona/index.php?option=com_cpx&task=search.query&code=BH1800.8500

         Temporary housing used to shelter homeless individuals and families while                  permanent housing is identified

         Rapid Rehousing services can be acquired through local emergency shelters.                  • Designed to move homeless individuals or families quickly to permanent                      housing through housing relocation and stabilization services and                                temporary rental assistance.

Homeless Prevention/Rental Assistance -http://www.rentassistance.us/ci/az-maricopa

          To prevent and individual or family from moving into an emergency shelter or living in a place not meant for human habitation through housing relocation and stabilization services temporary rental assistance

Low Income Subsidized Housing - http://www.mycommunitypt.com/arizona/index.php?option=com_cpx&task=search.query&code=BH7000.4600

          Lists of low income housing, sortable by keywords and area

Community Services - https://des.az.gov/services/aging-and-adult/community-services

          Other community services offered on des.az.gov website

Who To Contact For Help - https://211arizona.org/

          2-1-1 Arizona.org

COMMUNITY FOOD BANK OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA PANTRY DIRECTORY

LIFE SKILLS:
     Life skills include: integrity, initiative, flexibility, perseverance, organization, sense of humor, effort, common sense, problem solving, responsibility, patience, friendship, curiosity, cooperation, and caring.
    "Life skills" refer to the information and behaviors that enable people to lead healthy, happy, and successful lives. Life skills Web sites include information and resources on self-esteem, effective communication, responsible citizenship, decision-making, problem solving, and peer pressure.
     In today's world, young people face many challenges, including illegal drugs, random violence, bullying, and discrimination. Teachers, parents, and others who work with young people have a responsibility to help them learn the skills and behaviors that will lead to healthy choices and productive lives.
These sites are designed to help young people develop the skills they'll need to make the right life choices.

GoodCharacter.com

     This site offers valuable free resources to help young people grow both emotionally and morally. Resources include K-12 lesson plans, a how-to guide to service learning, essays on using the Socratic method, and topics for productive ethical discussions with children. Teaching guides are grouped by elementary, middle, and high school, and offer discussion questions, writing assignments, and student activities that teachers can use to create their own lesson plans.

Web Pop Online Books

      Web-Pop Books offers a variety of interactive and printable storybooks designed to teach basic human values to young elementary students. Topics include sharing, consideration of the elderly, literacy, doing chores, selfishness, and more. Students can read the stories themselves or follow along as the author narrates. The download section allows users to download and print the stories for their own personal library.

Values: Making Choices for LifeThe world would be a better place if we all had good values.

http://www.character-education.info/

http://www.charactercounts.org/

http://www.lifeskills4kids.com/


VALUES:
Values include: cooperation, happiness, honesty, humility, respect, responsibility, tolerance, compassion, etc.

Internet Resources:
http://www.character.org/site/c.gwKUJhNYJrF/b.993253/k.CB9C/Home.htm http://www.livingvalues.net/values/index.html

ST. PAUL’S UNITED UMC
8051 E BROADWAY
296-1927
751-9314 FAX
MON-FRI
9AM-11:30AM
85710, 85715, 85748

TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
400 E UNIVERISITY BLVD
623-2579
TUES 12PM-4PM, THURS 12PM-4PM
SUN 12PM-2PM
85705

PASSION CHURCH
1212 S PALO VERDE
325-2045
546-1447 FAX
THURS 1PM-3PM
85711, 85713

Department of Child Safety

Contact: Beverly Kroll, Education Liaison │ BKroll@azdes.gov │ (602)-255-2609 Services:

DCS Hotline(1-800-SOS-CHILD)

           To provide information on specific cases (the info will be entered as a case                note for the case worker)

           To receive the name and phone number of the Program Manager (must                      know the family’s zip code)

                       • If the Hotline refuses to confirm that there is an open case

                       • If the educator would like to receive a call back

Care Portal -https://careportal.org/contact-the-careportal-team/

            Assist kinship caregivers and families at risk of DCS involvement

Valley Interfaith Project -http://valleyinterfaithprojectaz.com/contact-us/

            Helping children and families involved with, or at risk of involvement with                     DCS

Life Skills and Values

REFERRAL LIST – DRUG COUNSELING/REHABILITATION

SOUTHERN ARIZONA MENTAL HEALTH CORPORATION (SAMHC)
2502 N. DODGE BLVD, TUCSON, AZ 85716
520.617.0043

TEEN CHALLENGE OF ARIZONA
2637 N. ORACLE ROAD
TUCSON, AZ 85716
520.792.1790

THE MARK – YOUTH AND FAMILY CARE CAMPUS, INC.
4653 E. PIMA STREET, TUCSON, AZ 85712
520.326.6182

PIMA COUNTY YOUTH EMPLOYMENT CENTER
2323 S. PARK AVENUE, TUCSON, AZ 85713
520.724.9649
520.622.1633

​    ​Southgate Academy k - 12

​​Home of the Gators

TUCSON INDIAN CENTER
97 E CONGRESS STE 101
884-7131
MON & FRI 8:30AM-4:30 PM
WED 8:30 AM-11:30AM
85701

IMPACT SO AZ/VAIL
13190 E COLOSSAL CAVE RD
222-4966
TUES & WED 9AM-2 PM
THURS 2PM-6PM
85641

INTERFAITH CHRISTIAN CENTER
2820 W. INA
297-6049
MON-FRI 9-1 PM
SAT 9-1 PM
CALL FIRST
85704, 85128, 85741, 85742

LITTLETOWN
6465 S. CRAYCROFT
574-2263
MON-THURS. 8-12 PM
85706, 85756

LIVING FAITH CHRISTIAN CENTER
4108 E. NORTH STREET
722-2217
THURS 1-5 PM
85712

NEW SPIRIT LUTHERAN CHURCH
8701 E. OLD SPANISH TRAIL
296-2461
TUES & THURS 1-4 PM
SAT 10-1 PM
85710

PASCUA YAQUI TRIBE
7474 S. CAMINO DE OESTE
879-5640
TUES & THURS 9-2 PM
FRI 9-12 PM CALL FIRST
85746, 85757

PIO DECIMO
848 S. 7TH AVENUE
622-2801
622-4704 FAX
MON-FRI 8-4:30 PM
TUES 8 AM-7PM
CLOSED FOR LUNCH 12-1
85701, 85713

PRIMAVERA RELIEF & REF
702 S. 6TH AVENUE
623-5111 x113
MON 9-11:30 AM
WED, THUR & FRI 9 AM-12:30 PM
85701, 85713

PRIMAVERA WORKS/TA
151 W. 40TH AVENUE
882-9668
MON-THURS
9 AM-12 PM
85705

SALVATION ARMY
PRINCE
218 E PRINCE RD
888-1299
MON-THURS
9 AM-12 PM
85705

SALVATION ARMY HOSPITALITY
1021 N 11TH AVE
622-5411
SAT & SUN 12:30-3 PM
ID REQUIRED


STA. CRUZ LUTHERAN CH
6809 S CARDINAL
883-2937
TUES & THURS 11-2 PM
WED 5 PM-8 PM
85746, 85757

ST. MONICA’S
212 W MEDINA
741-1230
295-0339 FAX
TUES, THURS, SAT. 9 AM-11 AM
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
85756, 85757



AZ BAPTIST CHILDREN’S SVS
2411 EAST FT. LOWELL
795-7541
TUES 11-2 PM
THURS 2-6- PM
85716, 85719

CARING MINISTRIES
820 W CALLE SUR
772-2645
670-1038 FAX
MON – THURS 1:30 4:00 PM
85705


IMPACT SO AZ / CCS
3535 E. HAWSER ST
825-009
M, TU, TH, F 8:30-12:30 PM
WED 8:30-4:30  PM
85739

CDO ASSEMBLY OF GOD
2950 W. LAMBERT LANE
742-1168
WED & SAT 9 AM-12 NOON
85742


CHRIST CHURCH UM
655 N. CRAYCFORT
795-3624
327-2232
MON-FRI
9 AM-12PM
85742

COMMUNITY FOOD BANK
3003 S COUNTRY CLUB
622-0525
624-6349
TUES-FRI 9 AM-4:30 PM
SAT. 9 AM-1:30
85713

FLOWING WELLS FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER
4545 N. LA CHOLLA
696-8614
CALL FIRST BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
85705

FRIENDS OF ROBLES
16150 W. AJO WAY
578-3063
WED & FRID 10 AM-3 PM
TUEST 3-6 PM
85735, 85736

GOOD SHEPHERD CHURCH
17750 S. LA CANADA DRIVE
625-1375
THURS 3-5 PM
SAT 10-12 PM
85629

GOSPEL RESCUE MISSION
326 W. 28TH ST
740-1501
MON-FRID
9 AM-12 NOON
1:00-4:00 PM
85713

GRACE’S ST. PAUL PANTY
2331 E ADAMS ST
327-6857
327-1347 FAX
MON-FRI
9AM-12 NOON
85719

Department of Housing

Contact: Theresa Hoover │ Theresa.hoover@azhousing.gov │ (602)-771-1007 Services:

Socialserve.com

          Affordable housing locator supported by the Department of Housing

Family Housing Hub │ (602)-595-8700 │https://www.umom.org/find-help/how-to-find-help/

          Connecting homeless families with minor dependent children to homeless services 

          Assessing the unique needs