CASA of Pima County

Resources
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Community Resources

Please check back often as resources are continually being add to this page.

ArizonaSelfHelp.org (English) (Spanish)
Free, easy and confidential way to find out if you qualify for benefits and programs.

Bounce Back Groups - La Frontera Center (Flyer) (Trifold)
Bounce Back is a group intervention for children and adolescents exposed to stressful and traumatic events.

Evidence-Based Parenting Programs
List of various programs and contact information

Head Start Pamphlet
Information on the Head Start Early Childhood Education program.

Head Start - Child Care Partnerships
List of child care providers partnering with Head Start.

Kinship Information Sessions
Schedule of free informational sessions for kinship care givers.

Pantry Directory - Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona
Locations and contact information of TEFAP Food Assistance programs. 

Reading Skills and Speed Reading Programs for Children and Adults in Tucson
Taught by instructors from the institute of reading Development and offered in partnership with the Northern Arizona University 


Resources & Ways to Get Involved
List of various programs and agencies that support LGBTQ youth. 

The Arizona Child and Adolescent Survivor Initiative
Provide specialized victim services and support to children who have lost a parent to intimate partner homicide.

GoodTHREADS
Tucson's only clothing bank for foster, adoptive and kinship families.

Youth on Their Own
Educating Homeless Teens

More Than a Bed
Foster & Adoptive Family Resource Center

Therapeutic Riding of Tucson
Changing lives one stride at a time.

Desert Dove Farm, Inc.
Southern Arizona Leaders in Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy

Southern Arizona Children's Advocacy Center
Support of the child victims, to heal the wounds of abuse, and to seek justice with compassion and consideration.