resources

This list of resources, available to help the people of Tucson and South Tucson survive these difficult times, contains a number of different types of assistance including financial help, free food, and more. 

You can also download  a PDF copy below:

Type of Service(s) ​Program / OrganizationWebsite / AddressPhone
Nutrition, FoodCasa Maria (Guadalupe Soup Kitchen)http://www.casamariatucson.org/(520) 624-0312
Emergency Food Boxes, Mobile Meals, Interfaith Community Services (ICS)https://www.icstucson.org/what-we-do/(520) 297-6049
FoodCaring Ministrieshttps://wearecaring.org/get-food//(520) 882-2645
FoodTucson Food Sharehttp://tucsonfoodshare.org//(520) 222-9242
Reduced-Price ProduceThe 3000 Clubhttp://the3000club.org/wordpress/marketonthemove//(623) 374-2559
Nutrition, Food BoxesGreater Littletown Food Bank6465 S. Craycroft Rd. Tucson, AZ 85756(520) 574-2263
Food School Districts Free LunchesList of resources provided by #This is Tucsonhttps://thisistucson.com/schools/a-huge-list-of-places-to-find-free-meals-for/article_a998ef24-67d3-11ea-9c06-b740ecd2d470.htm/
Food for YouthYouth On Their Ownhttps://yoto.org///(520) 293-1136

Type of Services(s)Program/OrganizationWebsite/AddressPhone
Rent, UtilitiesProject PPEPwww.ppep.org (520) 622-3553
Rent, Utilities, HousingTucson Urban Leagehttp://www.tucsonurbanleague.org(520) 884‐7131
Rent, UtilitiesInterfaith Community Services (ICS)www.icstucson.org (520) 297‐6049
HousingTucson Metro Ministryhttp://www.tmmfs.org/ (520) 623‐1583
UtilityArizona Self Helphttp://www.arizonaselfhelp.org(877) 860‐6020
Rent, MortgageSan Ignacio Yaqui Council(520) 888-5418
Rent, UtilitiesSt. Vincent De Paulhttp://svdptucson.org/ (520) 628‐7837
Rent, UtilitiesThe Salvation Armyhttp://www.salvationarmytucson.org(520) 795-9671
Rent, UtilitiesTucson Indian Centerhttp://www.ticenter.org/assistance(520) 628‐7871
UtilitiesPima County Community Action Agencyhttps://webcms.pima.gov/cms/one.aspx?pageId=24795(520) 724-2667
MortgageFamily Housing Resourceshttps://www.fhrtucson.org/mortgage-assistance/(520) 318-0993
MortgageAZ Housing Department – Mortgagehttps://housing.az.gov/save-our-home
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Type of Service(s) ​Program / OrganizationWebsite / AddressPhone
Computer assistance for job help assistanceGoodwillhttps://www.goodwillsouthernaz.org/programs-and-services/job-connection-centers/​/(520) 623‐5174​​/
Job Search Assistance Pima Countyhttps://webcms.pima.gov/cms/one.aspx?portalId=169&pageId=959​/
(520) 724-5735/
Free WIFIConnect Arizonahttps://sites.google.com/view/azlibtap/home

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Business resources, Employment trainingPC Community & Ecnomic Developmentwww.pima.gov/ced
(520) 243‐6700
InternetCox-Connext2Competehttps://www.cox.com/residential/internet/connect2compete.html
1(800) 234-3993​
Resume, interviewing-assitance, basic job skills trainingInterfaith Community Services (ICS)www.icstucson.org
(520) 297‐6049
Workforce CentersArizona @ Workhttps://www.azjobconnection.gov/ada/r/contact
(520) 623‐5111×113​
EmploymentPipeline AZlink text

Type of Service(s) ​Program / OrganizationWebsite / AddressPhone
Counseling, MedicalJewish Family & Children Serviceshttps://jfcstucson.org(520) 795‐0300​
Healthcare for UninsuredPima County Access Programhttp://mypcap.org/(520) 694‐0418​
Mental Health Services ListList of Resources provided by KGUN9https://www.kgun9.com/news/local-news/list-of-mental-health-resources-in-tucson(520) 882-2645
Medicare Part DU.S. Governmenthttp://www.medicare.gov(800) 633-4227​
AZ Long-term Care SystemAHCCCS/Medicaidhttps://www.azahcccs.gov​(520) 205‐8600​
Uninsured CoverageGet Covered AZhttps://coveraz.org(800) 377-3536
Aging Services, Disability, Basic Needs, Children & FamilyArizona Department of Economic Securityhttps://des.az.gov/services(602) 542‐4446
Developmental Disability Health CareArizona Department of Economic Securityhttps://des.az.gov/services/disabilities/developmental‐child‐and‐adult/altcs‐home(800) 352‐8401
Medical for YouthYouth On Their Ownhttps://yoto.org///(520) 293-1136
Conseling, Adult Day Services (Green Valley)Casa Community Serviceshttp://www.casagv.org /(520) 625‐2273

Type of Services(s)Program/OrganizationWebsite/ AddressPhone
Legal ServicesArizona State Barwww.azbar.org”(602) 252-4804
Low-income legal assistanceSouthern Arizona Legal Aidhttps://www.sazlegalaid.org/services(520) 623-9461
Legal & Financial AssistanceTucson Tenants Union
Free Civil Legal CenterStep Up To Justiceww.stepuptojustice.org/
320 N. Commerce Park Loop, Suite 100
Tucson, AZ 85745
Support for Immigrant ResidentsKeep Tucson Together https://www.keeptucsontogether.org(520) 623-4084
Support for Immigrant ResidentsAliento Arizonahttps://www.alientoaz.org/c19
Support for Immigrant ResidentsTucson Community Rapid Responsehttps://www.rapidresponsetucson.com(520) 221-4077
Eviction PreventionPima Countyhttps://www.pimaep.com
Q&A For Covid Related Legal QuestionsAZ Law Helphttps://covid19.azlawhelp.org/ (866) 611-6022

Type of Service(s) ​Program / OrganizationWebsite / Address
Small Business
YWCA & City of Tucson
https://ywcatucson.org/program/we-are-one-somos-uno-funding/small-business-utility-assistance
Small Business Continuity Grant
YWCA & City of Tucson
https://ywcatucson.org/program/we-are-one-somos-uno-funding/small-business-continuity-grants
Business Loans
Kiva Tucson
https://www.azcommerce.com/covid-19/financial-resources
Free Civil Legal Center
Step Up to Justice
ww.stepuptojustice.org

320 N. Commerce Park Loop, Suite 100
Tucson, AZ 85745
Rent/Mortgage Relief
List of resources provided by Local First Arizona

https://www.localfirstaz.com/azsmallbizrent

https://www.alientoaz.org/c19

https://www.rapidresponsetucson.com

Type of Service(s) ​Program / OrganizationWebsite / AddressPhone
Diapers
Diaper Bank of
Southern Arizona
www.diaperbank.org(520) 325-1400​
Safety, Finance, Health
Valley Assistance Services (520) 625-5966

Children’s clothing,
Diapers, Counseling,
Pregnancy Reach Out Women’s Center http://reachoutwomenscenter.com/

738 N. 5th Ave, Suite 208, Tucson, Az.
(520) 321-4300
Sun TranEconomy Pass Program
Sun Tran
http://suntran.com/fares_reduced.php
(520) 791-4100
Resources for LBGTQIA
Our Family Services
www.ourfamilyservices.org (520) 323-1708​
Temporary Shelter for
Adults over 60

ARChttps://arc-az/org(520) 623-9383
Assistance with HIV/AIDS Southern Arizona Aids Foundation
www.saaf.org/care-services/housing-services(520) 628-7223
Avoid Homelessness Housing
Primavera Foundation
(520) 623-5111

PIMA COUNTY GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE

1. Eviction Prevention Program Tucsonpimaep.com(520) 447-4423 

Eligible families can get up to $3,500 a month in rent and utility assistance (pays up to 12 months back and three months forward). The program runs for 15 months (or until the money is gone) and started in late February 2021. Applications are submitted online or via the above phone number.

2. Pima County Community Action

Pima.gov/renthelp | (520) 447-4423

Eligible families can get up to $3,500 a month in rent and utility assistance (pays up to 12 months back and three months forward). The program runs for 15 months (or until the money is gone) and started in late February 2021. Applications are submitted online or via the above phone number.

Utility Companies' Discount Programs

TEP: Lifeline Program  | Save $18 a month

SW Gas: Low Income Ratepayer Assistance (LIRA) | 30% reduction on a per therm rate from November thru April

APS: E-3 Energy Support Program | Eligible families get a 25% discount a month.

City of Tucson Water: | Low Income Assistance Program – A signficant discount per month lasting up to 3 years. 

contact us if you need help applying for assistance or have any questions