88-CRIME is an anonymous, toll-free crime tip line that is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays.
The Pima County Public Fiduciary's Office may be able to assist families with financial limitations. They can be reached at (520) 724-5454.
Resources and help for victims of domestic violence. Call the Victim Services Division (520) 740-5525.
List of emergency assistance agencies in Pima County.
Nutrition education and assistance to purchase foods to supplement the family food budget.
The following resources are available to homeowners during all stages of the foreclosure process.
Provides homelessness prevention assistance to households who would otherwise be homeless due to the economic crisis. The program also seeks to rapidly re-house persons who are homeless and households who are most in need and likely to achieve stable housing after the program concludes.
Designed to assist clients who are actively seeking employment or would like to hear the latest in job seeking advice.
Prescription medication and medical supplies assistance may be provide to low-income individuals and families.
Emergency rent assistance for qualifying renters.
Housing, prevention and awareness services and programs offered for the elderly, people with disabilities and those facing housing discrimination cases.
Emergency utility assistance for qualifying renters.