Tucson’s Community food bank aims to promote health and provide hunger relief through numerous programs such as - The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP/ Food Boxes) - Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) - Farmer’s Markets - Garden Programs and Materials - Hot Meal Sites For more information on the food bank and to see food distribution locations please visit: https://www.communityfoodbank.org/
The Queer Closet is hosted by the Institute for LGBT Studies, and is a donation-based clothing exchange space that is open to LGBTQ+-identified folx in the University of Arizona and Tucson communities. You are not required to donate anything to come browse or take home items. The closet is located within the WGRC on the 4th floor of the student union. Open from 9-5 M-F for all students
AHCCCS is Arizona’s Medicaid Agency that offers health and dental care programs to serve Arizona Residents. Individuals must meet resident and income requirements to obtain services. For more information on enrollment and requirements, please visit: https://www.azahcccs.gov/
The Tucson Pima Collaboration to end Homelessness provides resources for individuals facing several concerns such as food insecurity, housing insecurity or medical assistance. When visiting this website, individuals can select a city and then choose from a large number of categories of assistance to be matched with a resource in the community. To view this website, please visit: http://mycommunitypt.com/pima/
CashCourse is a free online financial education resource designed specifically for colleges and universities. Through CashCourse, students learn about financial tips and complete the online workshops on different financial topics. Link: https://www.cashcourse.org/
This center provides care in the following services including: abortion, abortion referrals, birth control, HIV Services, Men's health care, emergency contraception, pregnancy testing and services, STD testing and womens' health care.