Quick Overview

The SAPE Coalition is made up of members who represent a wide range of community sectors including: business, media, law enforcement, schools, substance use providers, youth, parents, youth serving organizations, civic groups, healthcare professionals, governmental agencies and faith based organizations. Within these partnerships we have the following community resources:

NamePhoneWebsiteAddressInfo
DESERT SENITA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES520.387.5651 x4www.desertsenita.org410 Malacate AveProvides individual counseling for children and adults. Also provides psychiatric medication management.
PPEP BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES520.387.5230www.ppep.org111 La Mina AveProvides counseling for rural residents of all ages. Includes substance abuse, children, parenting, couples, mental health and domestic violence. Also provides substance abuse evaluations and Level II DUI counseling.
HOPE PEER MENTOR WARMLINE844.733.9912www.hopetucson.orgProvides confidential telephone support by, and for youth (13-17) and adults diagnosed with a mental illness and/or substance use disorder.
LAS ARTES GED PROGRAM520.387.6823www.isdanet.org401 W. EsperanzaProvides a self-paced GED program for youth (16-24). Includes an art vocational component and community service. Students may be eligible for a participation stipend.
WIC – AJO520.387.5651 x5594www.azwic.gov410 Malacate Ave
Desert Senita Community Health Center
Provides nutritious supplemental foods, nutrition education, breastfeeding support, and referrals to health and social services for pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants and children ages 0-5. Serves as an adjunct to health care during critical times of growth and development to prevent the occurrence of health problems and improve the health and nutritional status of the participants.
AJO HEAD START520.387.3086111 N. Well RoadProvides early childhood education in a classroom setting for children ages 3-5 who are from low income families. Includes medical, dental, psychological, and nutrition services for the child and social services for the family. A special needs program integrates children with disabilities.
AJO COMMUNITY CENTER520.387.6641290 W. 5th Street
Bud Walker Park
Provides early childhood education in a classroom setting for children ages 3-5 who are from low income families. Includes medical, dental, psychological, and nutrition services for the child and social services for the family. A special needs program integrates children with disabilities.
MOBILE ACCUTE CRISIS RESPONSE520-628-3400
(Crisis Line)
www.pimagov.nrprMobile Crisis Response anywhere in Pima County
2-1-1- ARIZONA211
877-211-8661 from anywhere
www.mycommunitypt.com/arizonaAny other resources
NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE800-273-TALK (8255)

Our Community Partners

These amazing community leaders and volunteers comprise our incredible Coalition

William Smith

Project Manager

John Barbera

Financial Advisor

Katherine

Human resource

Henriques

Senior Designer

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