Full Resource List

AHCCCS (Medicaid) 1-855-432-7587 

Arizona Department of Economic Security Medical Assistance: Apply online at http://www.azahcccs.gov/Members/GetCovered/apply.html 

Arizona Complete Health 866-788-4408 Call to better determine behavioral health care eligibility, become a member and access services. 

Assurance Health and Wellness Center 520-333-4320 1010 E. Palmdale E. St. Suite 150 

Behavioral health provider integrating physical health and primary care. Each team includes a pediatrician, psychiatrist, case managers, behavioral health therapists and family support partner and an in-home specialist. 

Cenpatico Integrated Care 1-866-495-6738 24 hr crisis line Network of health providers serving families eligible for AHCCCS and other programs. 

CODAC Behavioral Health Services (main) 520-327-4505 1650 E Ft. Lowell Rd. #202 http://www.codac.org 

Community Health Associates (CHA) 520-622-8357 1773 W. St. Mary’s Rd. Ste, 105. Call for intake appointment. 

Community Partners Integrated Health 520-333-4320 3939 S. Park Ave 

Community-Wide Crisis Line 520-622-6000 1-866-495-6735 2802 E. District St. 24/7 Crisis line and walk in, coordination of mobile (MAC) services for youth of all ages. 

COPE Community services 520-792-3293 82 S. Stone Ave. Call for other locations and times. 

Crisis Response Network 800-631-1314 24/7 Help line: 602- 347-1100 

El Rio Community Health Center 520-670-3909 Homeless Clinic- 1230 S. Cherrybell Stravenue 

HOPE, Inc. 520-770-1197 1200 N. Country Club Rd. Call for intake appt. Warm line: 520-770-9909 

La Frontera Center 520-838-3804 502 W. 29th St. 

ROSE Project- La Frontera Center 520-258-5058 4891 E. Grant Rd. Outreach and wrap- around services for homeless / at risk with SUD (Substance Use Disorder). M-F 8am-5pm. 

La Frontera RAPP Team Path Program 520-882-8422 After hours: 520-307-6730 1082 E. Ajo Way, #100 

MHC Healthcare 520-628-4111 Marana Heath Centers. Various locations, accepts AHCCCS. http://www.maranaheathcenter.org 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 24/7 Line 

Paloverde Behavioral Health 520-322-2888 Youth outpatient program for mental health. 

Pima Country Heath Department 520- 724-8491 2980 E. Ajo Way M, W, F 7:30-12pm, T 12-4p. Chest X-ray free if homeless 

PPEP Integrated Care – Call to schedule intake (520) 792-5704 Located at 901 E 46th St Tucson, AZ 85713 https://ppepintegratedcare.com 

Theresa Lee Public Health Center 520-724-7900 1493 Commerce Ct. M-F 8a-4p 

Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation 520-628-7223 375 S. Euclid Ave 

Z Mansion 228 N. Church Ave Free Clinic each Sunday. 9a-12p. No prescriptions 

Hospital Locations: 
Northwest Hospital 6200 N. La Cholla Blvd. 
Banner UMC 1501 N. Campbell Banner 
UMC South 2800 E Ajo Way 
St. Joseph’s Hospital 350 N. Wilmont Rd 
St. Mary’s Hospital 1601 W. St. Mary’s Rd. 
Tucson Medical Center 5301 E. Grant Rd 
VA Medical Center 3601 S. 6th Ave 

Integrated Health Care Services in Pima County 
AHCCCS eligible members and sliding scale. 
Medical, dental, behavioral health, crisis services, pharmacy 
Banner - University Family Care http://www.bannerufc.com/acc 1-800-582-8686 
United Healthcare Community Plan https://www.uhccommunityplan.com 1-800-348-4058 
Arizona Complete Health http://www.azcompletehealth.com/completecare 1-888-788-4408 
PimaCountyHelp.org http://www.pimacountyhelp.org/index.html

Interfaith Community Services East 520-731-3076 8701 E. Spanish Trail M-Th 9-3 

Interfaith Community Services Northwest 520-297-6049 2820 W. Ina Rd. M-F 9a-4p Community information and referrals, budget and financial assistance. 

Arizona Housing and Prevention Services 520-498-4613 Rent assistance by appointment only 

Pima County Community Action Agency 520-724-2667 2797 E. Ajo Way M-F 8:30-10:30a Rent, mortgage, utilities assistance Call for appointment. 

The Salvation Army Social Services 520-792-1111 1002 N. Main Ave. Mondays after 8:30a Mortgage, utilities assistance. Call for appointment. 

DES Food Stamp, Tucson Offices 1-855-432-7587 1455 S. Alvernon Way 316 W. Ft. Lowell Rd. 195 W. Irvington Rd. 3912 W. Ina Rd. 

Tucson Urban League 520-791-9522 3425 E. Grant Rd. Offer employment, utility and rental assistance. Call for appt. M-Th 8a-11:30a

Gospel Rescue Mission Community Ministries 520-740-1501 338 W. 28th St Food, Clothing furniture etc. 

Grace St. Paul’s episcopal Church 520-327-8657 2333 E. Adams Meals and Showers M-F 9am-12pm 

Primavera Casa Paloma 520-882-0820 Call for location M, W & F 8am-11:45 Am For homeless women: showers, clothing, toiletries, laundry and meals. 

Wings for Women 520-406-6345 4650 E Eastland St. 10am-2pm daily Women and children services. Clothes, toiletries, help with ID, health and transportation. 

Community Closet 520-326-1936 2958 E. 22nd St. M-F, 9:30a-5:30p. Clothing and bedding for adults, children and babies. Referral Required. 

Eagles wings of Grace International 520-906-9915 3219 N. 1st Ave Professional Clothing for young women, Referral required, appt. by phone. 

Southside Presbyterian Church 520-623-6857 317 W 23rd St. Mondays and Fridays, 7a-9:30a Showers, toiletries, haircuts, clothing and meals

See also www.tpch.net/resource.html. Click on 2017-2018_need_help_youth_guide.pdf 

Arizona@work Youth Employment Center 520-724-9649 320 N. Commerce Park Loop. For ages 14-24 

TLC4 520-247-6106 (a Program of SAAF) 526 N. 4th Ave. Drop in center for LGBTQ youth ages 13-24. 

Goodwill Metro Youth Employment Center 520-382-1452 300 N. 4th Ave 

Hope, Inc. Warm Line, ages 13-17 520-770-9909 24/7, 365 Days a year. 

Our Family Services 520-323-1708 3830 E. Bellevue. Yough 12-24. 

Sin Puertas (Pima Prevention Partnership) 520-624-5806 1475 N. Oracles Rd. Call for an appointment. 

StandUp for Kids 520-271-5369 or 888-365-4543 Ages 24 and under. Seehttp://www.standupforkids.org/tucson Or contact kimS@standupforkids.org(link sends e-mail) for local info. 

Tucson Preparatory High School 520-622-4185 School and homeless student services ages 18-24. 

Youth on their Own 520-293-1136 1660 N. Alvernon. M-F 9a-5p. Students 13-21 www.yoto.org

Arizona Youth Partnerships 520-744-9595 13644 N. Sandario Road Tuesday and Thursday 2p-5p or by appointment. Employment services and resource room. 

Arizona@work Job Centers Arizona DES and American Job Centers -

Sullivan Jackson Employment Center 520-724-7300 For those experiencing homelessness 400 E. 26th St. -

Kino Service Center 520-724-2646 For Vets 520-724-7700 2081 E. Ajo Way -

Rio Nuevo Service Center 520-724-7650 340 N. Commerce Park loop #100 (Tortolita Bldg) -

Workforce Center North 520-638-2230 316 W. Ft. Lowell Rd -

Workforce Center South 520-638-2358 195 W. Irvington Rd -

Workforce Center East 520-724-7650 1445 S. Alvernon Way -

Youth Employment Center 520-724-9649 320 N. Commerce Park Loop (for ages 14-24) 

Fred G. Acosta Job Corps 1800=733-3015 or 520-792-3015 901S. Campbell Ave. M-F 7:30a-4:30p. GED Prep, education and vocational training for youth ages 16-24. 

GAP Ministries Kitchen Culinary School Contact John Hohn at 520-392-8534 Ten-week kitchen training program for youth ages 18-25. 

Goodwill Tucson Job Connection Centers 
3725 E. Fort Lowell Rd. 520-628-1883 
2907 N. 1st Ave 520-206-0333 
1680 W. Valencia Rd. 520-547-3464 
7201 E. 22nd St. 520-545-9266 
300 N. 4th Ave, Metro Youth Employment 520-380-1425 

Pima County Public Library 520-791-4010 Free help with resume writing, internet job search, email accounts and more. Drop-in job and GED help, access to computer classes. 

Pima County One-Stop Youth Employment Center 520-724-9649 340 N. Commerce Loop, 2nd Floor Free workshops and resume and interview preparation for you 18-24. 

Primavera Works 520-882-9668 151 W. 40th St. 

Tucson Youth Development 520-623-5843 1901 N. Stone Ave Provides education and employability assistance and services for youth ages 16-24.

Pima County Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC) 
Free nutrition and lactation services for mothers and children. 
Abrams Public Health Center 520-724-7770 
3950 S. Country Club Rd South Office 520-724-9530 
175 W. Irvington Rd. East Office 520-724-9655 
6920 E. Broadway, Suite G Flowing Wells Office 520-724-9545 

4500 N. Old Romero Rd. 

Teen Outreach Pregnancy Services (TOPS) 520-888-2881 Free pregnancy testing, parenting and birthing classes, clothing etc. Eater Seals Nurse-Family Partnership 520-207-7310 For women having their first baby, a registered nurse will visit with you in your home until the baby is 2 years old.

For the most current list of Coordinated Entry Access Points including outreach points of contact, please visit www.tpch.net/resources. If you are at risk of homelessness within 1-14 days, please find resources online at http://www.pimacountryhelp.org or visit a coordinated entry site. 

Coordinated Entry is your way home: assessment and referral to the right housing assistance based on applicants’ needs. 

Primavera: Visit 702 S. 6th Ave M, W, Th, F 9am-12:30pm. 

Salvation Army 1002 N. Main Ave T, Th 2-5p 

Sonora House 2940 N. Flowing Wells Rd. M-F 8a-5p 

Sullivan Jackson Employment Center (Pima County) 400 E. 26th St. M-F 8a-5p 

CODAC 520-202-1758 x 5301 1075 E. Ft. Lowell Rd. M-F, 9a-12p or by appt 

La Frontera RAPP 520-882-8422 1082 E. Ajo Way #100 rear. M-F 8a-4p 

Old Pueblo Community Services 520-546-0122 4501 E 5th St. Tuesdays only, 9a-3p 

Our Family Services 530-323-1708x295 3830 E. Bellevue St. T, Th 10a-1p, W 1-4p or by appointment. 

Gospel Rescue Mission 520-740-1501 4550 S. Palo Verde. Intake 3-4:15p 
Primavera Men’s Shelter 520-623-4300 200 E. Benson Hwy. Call at 9am for reservations 

Salvation Army Hospitality House 520-622-5411 1002 N. Mail Ave. Intake 3-5p. Valid ID required. See www.tpch.net for seasonal shelter information. 

Women & Children, Youth, Families: 
Gospel Rescue Mission 520-740-1501 4550 S. Palo Verde. Intake 3-4:15p 
Primavera’s Family Pathways Program 502-623-5111 702 S. 6th Ave Emergency shelter program, case management and essential services for homeless families. Walk in M, W, Th, F 9am-12:30p or phone for an appointment. 
Salvation Army Hospitality House 520-622-5411 1002 N. Mail Ave. Intake 3-5p. Valid ID required. 
Primavera Casa Paloma (Women) 520-882-0820 Drop- in services and respite. M-F, 8a-12 p. Call for directions. 
Sister Jose Women’s Center 520-909-3905 1050 S. Park Ave M-Sat. 9a-5p. 
Our Family Services (Youth) 1-800-537-8696 See http://www.tpch.net for seasonal shelter

Emerge! Center 520-795-4266 24/7 Crisis Line 1-888-428-0101 Please call ahead. 
SAAF Anti-Violence Project 1-800-553-9387 24hr. LGBTQ- oriented crisis lime. 
Anti- Violence Project 520-328-7223 375 S. Euclid Ave 24- hour free crisis line: 1-800-553-9387 Domestic and hate violence services and advocacy for LGBTQ+ youth 18 and over.

Note: Federally- funded food banks require photo-ID. Faith- based food pantries may not. 

2-1-1 Arizona 1-877-211-8661 www.211arizona.org M-F 7am-6pm 

Caridad Community Meals http://www.communityfoodbank.org/Our-Work/Programs/Caridad-Community-Meals/Meal-Sites 

Casa Maria 520-624-0312 401 S. 26th. 8:30-11:30 Daily except Thanksgiving and Christmas 

Z Mansion 520-907-9057 Brunch Sunday 9-11:30am 

Impact (formally Catalina Community Services) 520-825-0009 3535 E. Hawser St. Intake M-F from 8am-4:30 

Community Food Bank 3003 S. Country Club Rd. Tu-F 9a-4:30p, Sat. 9a-1:30p See http://www.communityfoodbank.org for added loactions. 

DES Food Stanps Tucson 1-855-432-7587 Apply online: http://www.healthearizonaplus.gov 1455 S. Alvernon Way 195 W. Irvington Rd. 316 W. Ft. Lowell Rd. 3912 W. Ina Rd. 

Gospel Rescue Mission Community Ministries 520-740-1501 x7033 312 W. 28th St. 

Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church 520-327-6857 2331 E. Adams 

Interfaith Community Services East 520-731-3076 New Spirit Lutheran Church 8701 E. Old Spanish Trail Tu-Th 10a-1p, 1st and 3rd Saturday 10a-1p 

Interfaith Community Services NorthWest 520-297-6049 2820 W. Ina Rd. M-Sat. 9a-1p, Tues. 5-7p 

La Fontera RAPP Team and Drop-in 520-882-8422 1082 E. Ajo Way, #100 rear. M-F 8a-4p. 

Old Pueblo Community Services 520-546-0122 4501 E. 5th St. #1 M-F 8a-5p 

Primavera Casa Paloma (Women Only) 520-882-0820 M-F 8a-12p. Drop- in center. Call for location. 

Primavera HIP 520-623-5111x113 (Homeless Intervention and Prevention) 702 S. 6th Ave At 17th St. M, W, Th, F, 9am-12:30p. Closed Tues.

Public Housing and Section 8 Housing Vouchers Apply online at http://www.tucsonaz.gov/hcd/housing 

The Salvation Army Social Services 520-792-1111 1002 N. Main Appt. only. 

Social Security Administration 1-800-772-1213 3808 N. 1st Ave. 

Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc. 520-623- 9461 2343 E. Broadway Blvd. #200 M-F 8:30a-12p, 1-4p 

TMM Family Services 520-322-9557 1550 N. Country Club Rd. Call for an appointment, M-F 8a-4:30p 

Tucson Urban League 520-791-9522 2305 S. Park Ave. Hours vary. 

Veterans: if you’ve served in the U.S. military and are homeless, call 1-877-424-3838 (24/7) or 520-792-1450, ext 1831. M-F (7:30a-4p) to learn about homeless services. 

Wings for Women 520-406-6345

If you do not expect to become homeless within 14 days, and need assistance with rent or utilities, please use the resources below. Public libraries provide internet access. http://www.pimacountyhelp.org/Resources.html www.211arizona.org 1-877-211-8661

Sun Tran Route Information: 520-792-9222 www.suntran.com Sun Tran Economy Fares (except Sun Express routes) Visit http://www.suntran.com/fares_rediced.Php for guidelines/application. $2 Processing free plus cost of monthly pass. Submit application to the Special Services Office. Social Services Office: 520-791-4100 35 W. Alameda (SW Corner of Stone) M-F 8a-4p


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