This category is for sites about the history and composition of the local people. It is also for sites about local social-service resources and institutions. Examples include sites for clubs, social-service organizations, disability resources, genealogy, history, personal homepages, activism, politics, religion, and various sub-groups of the population.
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The Arc of Tucson
A nonprofit group that works to see that all people with mental retardation, or developmental disabilities get the chance to make their own choices about where and how they live, work and participate in their communities.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson
Local chapter of the nation's oldest and largest youth mentoring organization. Details programs and events, volunteer opportunities, and meet kids in need.
Casa de los Niños
Focused on the prevention and intervention of child abuse, through shelter care for children aged infant to 11 years old. Includes information on programs and events, links, parenting tips, and bibliography of resources.
Child & Family Resources
Organization that improves the well-being of Arizona's children and families through programs that strengthen child care, youth and families. Describes the organization and programs.
Community Food Bank
Providing food service to over 400 social service agencies, schools, and churches. Includes publications, hunger facts, information on planned giving, and directory of agencies.
Jewish Family and Children's Service of Southern Arizona, Inc.
Serving people of all religions, races and ethnicities since 1941. Features sections on their counseling and support services, elderly and disabled persons programs, and covers issues like refugee resettlement and the Holocost.
National Guardianship Association
Provides educational, training, and networking opportunities for professionals and others interested in guardianship, and protective services. The terms are explained, and membership information is provided.
Old Pueblo Community Services
A nonprofit organization helping temporarily dysfunctional people, providing job training, transitional housing and re-entry programs, in addition to building low-income housing.
Provides opportunities to help people transition from poverty to greater well-being and security. Describes programs, services, staff, advocacy and events.
Therapeutic Riding of Tucson
A non-profit organization providing horseback riding for individuals with special needs. Includes staff profiles and information about volunteering.
Tucson Downtown Alliance
Non-profit organization created to implement the downtown area with enhanced security, maintenance, marketing, and advocacy. Includes neighborhood walking tour information.
Tucson Gospel Rescue Mission
Shelter and services for homeless individuals and families in Tucson, Arizona.
Tucson Jewish Community Center
Includes a staff directory, program details, membership information, location, and hours of operation.
Tucson Peace Center
Puts out an event calendar and hosts the annual Peace Fair. Lists events, articles, and other organizations.
Tucson Urban League, Inc.
Organization that assists in the achievement of social and economic equality through advocacy, race relations, programs and assistance. Describes the organization and its programs.
Last update:January 29, 2017 at 12:30:34 UTC