Community Wide Resources

  • The following list of resources are provided by Marana Unified School District Student Services for members of our community. For additions or changes, please contact the Student Services Department.

     

     Community Wide Resources:

     

    • Crisis Text Line (Text HOME to 741741) Crisis Text Line is free, 24/7 support. Text 741741 from anywhere in the US to speak in confidence with a trained Crisis Counselor
    • Crisis Response Center (CRC) (24 hour crisis services) 622-6000 or 800-796-6762, 2802 E. District Street (UPH Campus @ Ajo/Country Club)
    • Connect with a live Disaster Distress Hotline crisis counselor 24/7 via SMS, from all 50 states text “TalkWithUs” for English or “Hablanos” for Spanish to 66746 or call 1-800-985-5990
    • Department of Child Safety (DCS) Hotline (reporting child abuse/neglect)  888-767-2445
    • Directory of Human Resources/Self-help Groups in AZ Website or dial 211
    • Arizona Department of Health Services (DHS) Website

     
    Pima County Juvenile Court Center (PCJCC)

    • Main Number; 724-2000
    • Education Programs Coordinator, Nandi Muhammad; 724-9293
    • AHCCCS/PCAP Liaison, Melissa Starr-Stith; 724-2227
       

    If you have AHCCCS, and require Behavioral Health (BH), counseling services  

    • Arizona Compete Health; 866-495-6738
    • Arizona Children’s Association (AZCA); 622-7611
    • Casa De Los Ninos (CDLN); 881-1292
    • Intermountain; 407-5200
    • La Frontera; 838-3804
    • Marana Health Center; 682-1091
    • Pathways; 748-7108 

     

    If you do not have AHCCCS or private insurance, and require BH services:

    • Catholic Social Service; 623-0344
    • CODAC; 327-4505
    • COPE; 881-0337
    • El Rio; 670-3909
    • Jewish Family and Children’s Services; 795-0300
    • Marana Health Care; 682-1091
    • Our Family Services; 323-1708 X204
    • Sonora Behavior Health (Immediate services, Northwest Hospital);  469-8700
    • St. Elizabeth Health Center; 628-7871
    • Tucson Indian Center; 884-7131
    • United Community Health Center; 407-5400

     

    Substance Abuse

    • Al-Anon, Al-ATeen; 323-2229
    • In-Balance; 722-9631
    • Sin Puertas; 624-5806
    • The Mark; 326-6182

     

    Parenting Classes

    • Parent Connection; 321-1500
    • Parenting Wisely; 205-4783
    • Pima County Parenting Coalition; 624-9290
    • Strengthening Families (Pima Prevention Partnership); 326-2528 X146

     

    Support Groups

    • Emerge (Domestic Violence); 881-7201
    • KARE Family Center (relatives caring for children); 323-4476
    • Las Familias (victims of sexual abuse); 327-7122 X221
    • MIKID (Mentally Ill Kids in Distress; 882-0142
    • National Human Trafficking Resource Center; 888-373-7888
    • Pima County Victim Witness (victims of crime); 470-5525
    • Southern AZ Center Against Sexual Assault; 327-7273
    • Southern AZ Aids Foundation (SAAF/Wingspan, serving LGBTQ community); 624-0348
    • Tu Nudito (families dealing with death/serious illness); 322-9155

     

    Health and Wellness Resources

    • Chicanos Por La Causa; 882-0018
    • Child and Family Resources; 881-8940
    • Community Food Bank; 628-1268
    • Marana Food Bank; 682-3001
    • El Rio Health Center; 670-3909
    • Pima County Health Department; 294-2026
    • Planned Parenthood; 408-7526
    • Salvation Army; 322-5411
    • St. Elizabeth of Hungary; 628-7837
    • St. Vincent De Paul Society; 628-7837
    • Tucson Urban League; 791-9522
    • Youth on Their Own; 293-1136