Here is a list and contact information for just a few of the many community service organizations available here in Tucson. We believe in doing Good work, and we support organizations which we feel are aligned with our Core Value of Service. Each organization that has a star by it’s name is one that we have supported as a community. Please use this list to find services you may need as well as to find worthy organizations to support with your time, talent and treasure.
Crisis Line Information:
For medical, police and fire emergency situations, always call 9-1-1.
Community Wide (Serving Pima County and the 85658 and 85739 AIP codes in Pinal County) Crisis Line:
For Immediate and Confidential Help, 24/7/365, Call: 520-622-6000, Toll free: 800-796-6762,
TTY/TDD:520-284-3500, Toll free: 888-248-5998
Daily from 8 am until midnight
*Emerge Domestic Violence 24/7 Crisis local hotline:1-888-428-0101
US. National Domestic Violence Hotline : 1-800-799-7233 or TTY 1-800-787-3224.
*Tucson Wildlife Center: 24/7, Rescue*Rehab*Release hotline: 520-290-9453 (WILD)
*Silent Unity, 24/7 Prayer Ministry: 1-800-NOW-PRAY (669-7729)
Crisis Response Network of Southern Arizona:
“When life is overwhelming...you can’t cope...you’re worried about a loved one... or you just need to talk.”
What Crisis Response Network of Southern Arizona says about their services:
“Experienced crisis professionals are here and ready to take your call. Each is professionally trained in crisis response.
We listen. We help to understand your concerns. And we help you come up with a plan over the phone, in the community or at the Crisis Response Center.
We’re here to help whether you’re a child, a teen or an adult. You have options. People of all ages, from all parts of the community and from all walks of life call for help.”
For Immediate and Confidential Help, 24/7/365, Call: 520-622-6000 , Toll free: 800-796-6762,
TTY/TDD:520-284-3500, Toll free: 888-248-5998
Serving Pima County and the 85658 and 85739 ZIP codes in Pinal County
Peer Support Warm Lines:
Tucson and surrounding area: (520) 770-9909
Southern Arizona: (877) 770-9912
Daily from 8 am until midnight
*Emerge Center against Domestic Abuse:
Emerge! is the largest domestic abuse shelter and provider of domestic abuse prevention services and programs in Southern Arizona
Emerge Programs Include:
Outreach and advocacy centers
An accredited community-based childcare center that is open to the public
Prevention, education, and volunteer programs
Emerge mission statement: Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse provides the opportunity to create, sustain, and celebrate a life free from abuse.
24/7 Crisis Line local hotline at:
US. National Domestic Violence Hotline at:
1-800-799-7233 or TTY 1-800-787-3224.
Website Link : Plesae read following caution before clicking on website link:if you are in danger please use a safer computer, call 911, your local hotline at
1-888-428-0101,or the U.S. National Domestic Violence Hotline There is always a computer trail, so be cautious of clicking on their website link.
*NAMI Southern Arizona:
The mission of NAMI Southern Arizona is to improve the quality of life for those affected by mental illness including individuals, family members and the community at large by providing education, advocacy and support that is high quality, recovery oriented, and culturally sensitive.
Grace Retreat Foster Care and Adoption Services was founded by a foster and adoptive parent who understands first-hand what foster families go through. They want to help families succeed at providing children with the best home. The agency prides itself on offering the highest-quality support for foster families. Foster Care is the main program that Grace Retreat focuses on.
Grace Retreat Website Link: https://www.graceretreatfostercare.org/home-pagina-inicial.html
Grace Retreat Online Donations Website Link: https://www.graceretreatfostercare.org/give-now.html
*Interfaith Community Services (ICS)
The mission of Interfaith Community Services is:
“To help Pima County seniors, individuals with disabilities and people in financial crisis achieve stable and independent lives through programs and services supported by staff, diverse faith communities and the community at large.
Website Link to ICS Services Information: https://www.icstucson.org/services
Locations and Phone Numbers:
2820 West Ina Road
Tucson, AZ 85741
East Side Office:
8701 East Old Spanish Trail
Tucson, AZ 85710
Marana Resource Center
13644 N. Sandario Road
Marana, AZ 85653
*Youth On Their Own
Youth On Their Own (YOTO), a 501(c)(3) local non-profit agency, is dedicated to support the high school graduation and continued success of homeless youth by providing financial assistance, basic human needs and guidance.
To empower young people on their own to become positive and productive citizens of our community.
1660 N. Alvernon Way
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Toll free: 866-496-8612
Website Address: http://yoto.org/
Summer Office Hours
Monday – Thursday: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Friday: 8:30 am to 12 pm
Sun Tran Bus Lines
5 E/W, 11 N
*Tucson Wildlife Center
The Tucson Wildlife Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of injured and orphaned wild animals throughout southern Arizona, Services provided by the Tucson Wildlife Center include an emergency help line operating 24/7, capture and transportation of injured animals, a 24-hour emergency room, volunteer Veterinarians on call, rehabilitation, release, and education. All services are provided free to the public. Our sole support comes from YOU. TWC receives no government funding.
Rescue*Rehab*Release hotline: 520-290-9453 (WILD) Available 24/7
*Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona:
3003 S. Country Club Road / Tucson, AZ 85713
Website Address: https://communityfoodbank.com/
The programs of Literacy Connects coach children in reading so they don’t fall behind and help adults with reading, writing, math and/or English. The programs teach parents the importance of reading to their children, help young people experience the power of words and ideas through the arts, and put books in the hands of people who need them. As a powerful voice for literacy, we connect individuals and groups from across the community to work collaboratively toward better literacy outcomes.
2850 E. Speedway Blvd
Tucson, Arizona 85716
Website Address: http://literacyconnects.org/
120 Years of Silent Unity:
For 120 years, Silent Unity has been a window into the hearts of people around the globe seeking prayer support. Literally millions of people have contacted Silent Unity for affirmative prayer. And there are countless extraordinary prayer stories of people's faith being uplifted, health renewed, relationships restored and prosperity realized.
Those who call, write or email are encouraged to use affirmative prayer, the same method of prayer Jesus taught when he said, “So I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours” (Mark 11:24).
Silent Unity Today:
Currently, Silent Unity receives more than 3,700 calls a day. A staff of dedicated and well-trained prayer associates answer calls with a greeting familiar to many through the decades: “Silent Unity.How may we pray with you?”
Compassionate listening is followed by an invitation to focus on the presence and power of God within. Affirmative prayer is spoken, acknowledging God's constant good and envisioning its demonstration in the lives of those uplifted in prayer.
Contact Information for the 24/7-prayer ministry:
Call: 1-800-NOW-PRAY (669-7729)
Write: Silent Unity, 1901 NW Blue Parkway, Unity Village, MO 64065-0001
Website Link to online prayer request form: https://www.unity.org/prayer/request-prayer
General Website Link: http://www.unity.org/prayer/about-silent-unity
Children's Tumor Foundation:
About the Children's Tumor Foundation:
The Children's Tumor Foundation is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to finding effective treatments for the millions of people worldwide living with neurofibromatosis (NF), a term for three distinct disorders: NF1, NF2, and schwannomatosis. NF causes tumors to grow on nerves throughout the body and can lead to blindness, bone abnormalities, cancer, deafness, disfigurement, learning disabilities, and excruciating and disabling pain.
NF affects one in every 3,000 people, more than cystic fibrosis, Duchenne muscular dystrophy, and Huntington’s disease combined. The Children’s Tumor Foundation funds critical research into neurofibromatosis. In addition to benefiting those who live with NF, this research is shedding new light on several forms of cancer, brain tumors, bone abnormalities, and learning disabilities, ultimately benefiting the broader community.
The Children's Tumor Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) medical foundation, dedicated to improving the health and well being of individuals and families affected by the neurofibromatoses (NF).
The mission of The Children's Tumor Foundation is to:
• Encourage and support research and the development of treatments and cures for neurofibromatosis types 1 and 2, schwannomatosis, and related disorders (hereafter collectively referred to as "NF");
• Support persons with NF, their families, and caregivers by providing thorough, accurate, current, and readily accessible information;
• Assist in the development of clinical centers, best practices, and other patient support mechanisms (but not including direct medical care) to create better access to quality healthcare for affected individuals; and,
• Expand public awareness of NF to promote earlier and accurate diagnoses by the medical community, increase the non-affected population's understanding of the challenges facing people with NF, and encourage financial and other forms of support from public and private sources.
Children's Tumor Foundation
120 Wall Street, 16th Floor
New York, NY 10005-4002
Phone: 212-344-6633 | Fax: 212-747-0004
Website Address: http://www.ctf.org/
How You Can Help Website Address: http://www.ctf.org/How-You-Can-Help/