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.
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 13-21 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.
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.
Mediation: For more than 30 years, helping people resolve family, work or neighbor disagreements without going to court.
Parent Aide: In-home coaching and mentoring for CPS-referred parents, supervised visitation, and transportation for children as set out in their case plan..
Private Care Options: Affordable assistance to help older and disabled adults live independently.
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 to Older & Disabled Adults: Services to help older and disabled adults live independently in the residential setting of their choice.
Supervised Parenting: A safe and supportive way for children to spend time with their noncustodial parents and relatives. Available to court-ordered or voluntary participants.
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