Our Family

Programs & Services

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Affordable Housing: For low-income families who qualify.

Emergency Shelter Services: Emergency shelter for families, couples and singles.

CommonUnity: Residential program of safe, supervised apartments and a community of support for low-income, homeless parents ages 18-21 and their young children.

Reunion House: 20-bed brief-stay shelter and family reunification services for youth ages 12-17, including systems youth awaiting placement.

Pathways HOME: Integrated housing resource for families, couples, and individuals who are homeless.

Street Outreach: Meets runaway, homeless and street-dependent youth where they congregate, and helps them come off the streets.

Teens in Transition: Helps homeless and near-homeless youth 18-21 stay in school and gain the skills they need through case management, counseling, education and career planning, housing, and help with basic needs.

Transitional Housing: Housing, case management and support for families with children.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Center for Community Dialogue: Offering training and a variety of services to help Southern Arizonans talk about challenging issues in a skilled, civil and respectful way.

Counseling: Fee-for-service general mental health counseling for individuals, couples or families. We offer several counseling groups for young people.

Information & Referral:  Need information on services across Arizona? Call 2-1-1 or search the online database. Or buy a 2014 Directory of Community Resources for Pima County.

Mediation: For more than 30 years, helping people resolve family, work or neighbor disagreements without going to court.

Prevention: Training in schools and community settings to help children and adults build positive, healthy relationships and avoid risky behaviors such as bullying, violence and drug or alcohol abuse.

Senior Companion Program: Provides stipends to low-income volunteers over 55 to provide companionship and respite services to homebound seniors and adults with disabilities.

Services for Elders: Services to help elders live independently in the residential setting of their choice.

Therapeutic Supervised Parenting: A therapeutic way for children to spend time with their noncustodial parents and relatives. Available to court-ordered or voluntary participants.

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