Tucson Internships

LOCAL INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Below is a list of some opportunities for internships available in Tucson. This is not an exhaustive list. If you are interested in pursuing an internship at an organization that is not on this list, simply contact that organization and follow the same process to arrange sponsorship. You can also view a list of opportunities elsewhere in Arizona and outside the state.

Alzheimer’s Association
5132 East Pima Street
Tucson, Arizona 85712
(520) 322-6601
The Alzheimer’s Association is dedicated to the prevention and early intervention of cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease and to restoring hope.
Internships available in the following programs:
Educational Programs: Assist in facilitating programs and planning conferences offered for the community, professional caregivers, and family caregivers.
Helpline: Answer phones for the 24-hour service available in many languages for individuals with concerns or questions related to dementia.
Family Care Consulting: Assist in developing a care plan with families.
Safe Return: Work with first respondents and police and fire departments in a national identification program that investigates and locates wanderers suffering from memory loss.

Arizona Baptist Children’s Services
1779 North Alvernon Way
Tucson, Arizona 85712
(520) 795-7541
www.abcs-tucson.org
Arizona Baptist Children’s Services provides hope and care for hurting children and families through Christ-centered ministries. Opportunities are available within a variety of service areas including foster care, private adoption, crisis pregnancy support and counseling, and pastoral counseling for families, children, adolescents and individuals.

Arizona’s Children Association
(520) 622-7611 ext. 1342
www.arizonaschildren.org
Arizona's Children Association has evolved into the state’s largest and oldest non-profit, full-service child welfare and behavioral health agency.

Arizona Youth Partnership.
3275 West Ina Road, Suite 135
Tucson, Arizona 85741
(520) 744-9595
http://azyp.org/ 
AzYP’s life enhancing programs take a three-pronged, comprehensive approach focusing in three areas: Community Mobilization, Foundations for Youth, and Championing Families. In 2008-2009, 38,492 youth and adults participated in AzYP’s programs.

Arts for All, Inc.
2520 North Oracle Road
Tucson, Arizona 85705
(520) 622-4100
www.artsforallinc.org
Arts for All aims to provide accessible education, training, and experience in the Arts to children, particularly those with special needs.

Aviva Children's Services 
1735 E. Ft. Lowell, Suite 4
Tucson, Arizona 85719
(520) 622-4100
www.avivatucson.org
Aviva Children’s Services is a Tucson - based. non-profit agency that provides a variety of support services to children who have experienced abuse, neglect, or poverty and are in the custody of Child Protective Services. These children may have physical and emotional needs which are not currently met by other existing resources. Aviva offers help by linking these children with community resources.

Big Brothers, Big Sisters
160 East Alameda Street
Tucson, Arizona 85701
(520) 624-2447
www.TucsonBigs.org
Big Brothers, Big Sisters develop one-to-one adult-to-child mentor relationships guiding youth from a position of risk to one of achieving their highest potential.
(Community Based) Be a friend and role model to a child a couple of hours a week or every other week for one year. By doing everyday things and having fun, a relationship is formed with that child, leading to trust building and productivity in their lives. As a volunteer you choose the age range and activity level of your Little, as well as general geographic location. (Site Based) Support a child for an hour or two each week based at a designated site, typically the child’s school. This program is ideal for busy adults who like to make a difference, but need a structured time to fit into their schedule! We currently have site based programs at Santa Clara, Ocotillo, Walter Douglas, and Laguna Elementary as well as Flowing Wells Junior High. Programs are developing in the Vail and Marana School districts and so much more…

Boy Scouts of America Catalina Council
5049 East Broadway Boulevard
Tucson, Arizona 85711
(520) 750-0385
www.catalinacouncil.org
Dedicated to helping develop character, citizenship, and personal fitness in young boys.
Adult Leader Assistant: Assist scout leader in providing guidance and support to scouts in a variety of activities and projects.
Summer Camp Counselor at Lawton Boy Scout Camp: Paid position available at 2 camps located on Mt. Lemmon and by Old Tucson Studios.

Carondelet Health Network Hospice Services
1802 West Saint Marys Road
Tucson , Arizona 85745
(520) 205-7700
www.carondelet.org/hospice
Provides holistic and palliative care to serve physical, psychological and spiritual needs of terminally ill patients and survivors of a terminal illness, helping them to better understand and cope with death and dying issues, assuring that all services honor the individual’s traditions and beliefs.
Hospice Volunteer: Work alongside medical staff to provide 1-on-1 support and aid to patients and families. Volunteers can work with patients in their homes or in the inpatient unit.

Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona, Inc.
1023 North Tyndall Avenue
Tucson, Arizona 85719
(520) 742-1438
http://www.ccs-soaz.org/
A community-based advocacy organization which promotes and helps facilitate an independent lifestyle for those with disabilities.
Peer Mentor at Direct Center for Independence, Inc., you can help an individual with a developmental disability develop self-determination, independence, freedom, authority and responsibility through 1-on-1 mentoring.

Child and Family Resources, Inc.
2800 East Broadway Boulevard
Tucson, Arizona 85716
(520) 320-4020
www.childfamilyresources.org
Child and Family Resources, Inc. seeks to improve the well-being of children and families by providing professional guidance, direct service, and consultation to families and professionals to address unmet needs and gaps in social services.
Chaparral After-School Program: Teach fun, recreational classes to middle-school students during after school program at Chaparral Middle School.
Girl Talk/Guy Talk Prevention Program: After-school gender-separated program which strives to educate middle-school students on how to resist sexual activity, drug and alcohol use. Volunteers facilitate weekly workshops for students on a variety of issues and topics.
Happy Hours: After school program run in 10 TUSD elementary schools.
Kidline Volunteer: Answer Kidline phones - offer supportive listening and company to children who call, documenting all calls, recognizing and acting on emergency situations that arise.

Child Protective Services 
1700 E. Broadway Blvd.
Tucson, Arizona 85719
(520) 884-4755
https://www.azdes.gov/child_protective_services/
Child Protective Services helps families by strengthening the ability of parents, guardians or custodians to provide good child care. Its primary objective is to keep children safely within their own families. CPS works cooperatively with parents to make that happen.

Christian Family Care Agency
1700 East Fort Lowell Road
Tucson, Arizona 85719
(520) 296-8773
www.cfcare.org
Founded two decades ago, Christian Family Care Agency is a private, nonprofit, 501(c)(3) social services agency that provides adoption, foster care and counseling programs focused on meeting the needs of children and families.
Foster Care Program & Adoption program: Assistant to case manager, shadow home visits, filing, type case notes, miscellaneous office tasks.

City of Tucson Parks and Recreation
900 South Randolph Way
Tucson, Arizona 85716
(520) 791-4873
http://www.tucsonaz.gov/parks
Provides community with sports, recreation, leisure classes, programs and entertainment.
KIDCO: After-school and summer recreation program for children ages 5-11, offering variety of sports, art, and special events in a positive environment. Contact individual centers for more information.

CODAC Behavioral Health Services, Inc.
127 S. 5th Avenue
Tucson, Arizona 85701
(520) 318-9222
www.codac.org
CODAC strives to improve quality of life for individuals receiving behavioral health services. Internships available, contact Estella Searcy, Director of Human Resources, for more information.

Community Partnership of Southern Arizona 
535 N. Wilmot Road, Suite 201
Tucson, Arizona 85711
(520) 325-4268
http://www.cpsaarizona.org/Pages/default.aspx
Community Partnership of Southern Arizona is a community-based, non-profit organization that is dedicated to ensuring that individuals and families have access to high-quality mental health and substance use treatment services.

Community Justice Board / Legal Services
Pima County Attorney's Office 
32 N. Stone 
Tucson, Arizona 85701
(520) 740-5215
http://www.pcao.pima.gov/communityjustice.aspx
Community Justice Boards are comprised of specially-trained volunteers from communities throughout Pima County. With guidance, training, and support from the County Attorney’s Office, these volunteers hold Family Conferences to learn more about the youth, their families, and the circumstances surrounding the offense. The Board subsequently assigns age-appropriate and developmentally-appropriate consequences designed to hold youth accountable for their actions and decisions; build problem-solving, decision-making, and life skills; motivate youth through education; and promote successful futures. Boards also conduct follow-up conferences to monitor progress, encourage and motivate participants, and help youth feel more connected to their communities.

Compass Health Care, Inc 
2475 N. Jackrabbit Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85745
(520) 882-5608
http://www.compasshc.org/
Compass Health Care, Inc. promotes recovery and wellness for individuals with addictions and related mental illness and for their families.

Cope Community Services, Inc. 
82 S. Stone Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85701
(520) 792-3293
http://www.copebhs.com/
COPE Community Services, Inc. (COPE) is dedicated to improving the health and quality of life of individuals in need and our community. COPE serves as a catalyst for recovery through creative, flexible, and caring programs that recognize the rights and dignity of all people. COPE Community Services, Inc. is a private, nonprofit community service and behavioral health care organization providing pathways to recovery for individuals and families and innovative solutions to community problems.

Crisis Pregnancy Center of Tucson
2290 East Speedway Tucson, Arizona 85719
(520) 622-5774
http://www.cpctucson.com
Ministers to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of women by providing clients with faith-based support and meaningful, compassionate alternatives to abortion.
Various opportunities available at 3 Women’s Pregnancy Centers and Resource Center.

Devereux Arizona
6141 East Grant Road
Tucson, Arizona 85712
www.devereuxaz.org
Devereux Arizona provides treatment programs & community services to children, adults, and families experiencing behavioral challenges brought on by abuse, neglect, mental illness and/or substance abuse.
Foster Care Programs: Shadow home visits, help with paperwork, and possibly take on small caseload with close supervision.
Adult Foster Care Program: Supplies aid to seriously mentally ill adults who need in-home assistance.
Professional Child Foster Care Program: Supplies aid to seriously mentally ill children ages 8-15.
Regular Child Foster Care Program: Supplies aid to children with lower-acuity mental illness from newborns to age 18.
Active Recruitment Program: Help screen and train foster parents and aid at recruitment fairs.

Divorce Recovery Group 
924 N. Alvernon Ste. 131
Tucson, Arizona 85711
(520) 495-0704
www.divorcerecovery.net 
Divorce Recovery is a program that is managed and led by volunteers. Divorce Recovery group leaders are committed to serving adults and children who are going through the break-up of their family relationship. They are exceptionally committed women and men who have been willing to spend hundreds of hours in service to others. Other volunteers serve the program in many other ways: as office volunteers, doing a great many of the needed administrative functions, as fund-raisers, and as committee members on the several committees.

Easter Seals Blake Foundation
7750 E. Broadway Boulevard
Suite A200
Tucson, AZ 85710
(520) 327-1529
http://www.easterseals.com/blakefoundation
Services are provided for children and adults with disabilities and other special needs, and support to their families

Emerge! Center Against Domestic Violence
The Jim & Shirley Lipsey Center
2545 E. Adams Street
Tucson, Arizona
(520) 795-8001
http://www.emergecenter.org/
In April 2008, two outstanding and respected organizations–Brewster Center Domestic Violence Services (established in 1963) and Tucson Centers for Women and Children (established in 1975)–came together to form Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse. Emerge! is the largest provider of domestic abuse prevention services and programs in Southern Arizona.
Our Programs Include: Emergency shelter, Housing program, Outreach and advocacy centers, Prevention, education, and volunteer programs. We are committed to improving and expanding services to all members of our community who are experiencing domestic abuse in their lives.

Gospel Rescue Mission
326 West 28th Street
Tucson, Arizona 85713
(520) 740-1501
www.grmtucson.com
The Gospel Rescue Mission aims to become the most effective life changing ministry in Tucson that serves the homeless and needy by providing for their spiritual, physical, emotional, and mental wholeness through the power of Jesus Christ.

HOPE Hotline 
PO Box 13484
Tucson, Arizona 85732
(520) 748-2300
www.hopehotline.org
Hope hotline is a confidential, anonymous and free telephone hotline that people can call when they need to work through a crisis. Trained volunteers are available at 918-4673. 

HOPE Inc. 
Nueva Luz Center
236 South Tucson Blvd.
Tucson, Arizona 85716
(520) 770-1197
http://www.hopetucson.org/
Our “Day Center” provides a very necessary psycho-social adjunct to the clinical setting. We have 40-50 members come through our doors each day. They enjoy a wide range of groups and activities that help them attain their individual treatment goals. We are also able to teach valuable “life skills” to folks that are just starting out again on their own. We provide two very nutritious meals every day, as many of our members are on a very “fixed” income.

Peer Mentor Program – WARM LINE
520-770-9909
We operate a non emergency phone line for folks living with mental illness. Some of these folks are unable or unwilling to leave their homes. We provide a friendly voice to talk to and help alleviate their loneliness. Who better to talk to than a fellow consumer? Someone who understands, who has been there/ done that. Our training program for Peer Mentors is well known and respected nationally. We look forward to expanding our hours and coverage area to include ALL rural parts of southeastern Arizona.

House of Neighborly Service
43 West 33rd Street
Tucson, Arizona 85713
(520) 623-0100
http://hnsvecinos.org/
The House of Neighborly Service provides a safe, inclusive atmosphere for community youth to excel academically, personally, and socially through a variety of fun, interactive experiences.

Intermountain Centers for Human Development 
994 S. Harrison Road
Tucson, Arizona 85748
(520) 721-1887
http://www.ichd.net/default.html
Intermountain Centers for Human Development provides out of home and home-based support services to a variety of at-risk populations including children and youth who are emotionally and behaviorally challenged, adults who have been diagnosed with serious mental illness, and individuals with developmental disabilities. To research volunteer opportunities visit:http://www.volunteersolutions.org/vctucson/org/opp.tcl?agency_id=223883

Islamic Center of Tucson
901 East First Street
Tucson, Arizona 85719
(520) 624-3233
http://www.ictucson.org/
To serve the best interests of Islam and the Muslims in the Tucson metropolitan area and southeast Arizona counties, enabling them to practice Islam as a complete way of life.

International Foundation of Bio-Magnetics
5634 East Pima Street Tucson
Arizona 85712
(520) 751-7751
http://justtouch.com
This organization provides information and training to the community on a touch healing technique called Bio-Touch. Learn techniques that one can use the rest of their life and then have the opportunity to practice it at the center.

Jewish Family and Children's Services 
4301 E. 5th Street
Tucson, Arizona 85711
(520) 795-0300
http://jfcstucson.org
Jewish Family and Children’s Service (JFCS) of Southern Arizona, Inc. is a non-profit social service agency devoted to helping people of all ages, races, religions and ethnic origins in Southern Arizona. Guided by Jewish values, we provide philanthropic, educational and social services with the goal of strengthening family life, fostering individual self-sufficiency, and promoting improved social and economic conditions in the Jewish and general community.

Junior Achievement, Inc.
33 North Stone Avenue, Suite 8
Tucson, Arizona 85712
(520) 792-2000
http://www.jaaz.org/
Partners with businesses and educators to provide hands-on activities to help young people understand the economics of life.
Classroom Volunteer: Lead discussions and activities with students K-12 to encourage teamwork and leadership skills.
Exchange City Volunteer: Act as a business consultant who helps students run their own business and achieve their goals for the day.

La Frontera Center
502 West 29th Street
Tucson, Arizona 85713
(520) 838-3898
www.lafrontera.org
Strives to promote and provide high-quality behavioral health services to Arizona’s children, adults and families. A variety of opportunities working with individuals receiving behavioral health services are available.

Las Familias: Center for Childhood Sexual Abuse Treatment
3618 East Pima Street
Tucson, Arizona 85716
(520) 327-7122
www.lasfamilias.org
Las Familias Angel Center for Childhood Sexual Abuse Treatment was founded in 1983 to specifically address the needs of individuals victimized by childhood sexual abuse and their families.

Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest
5049 East Broadway, Suite 102
Tucson, Arizona 85712
(520) 577-1685
http://www.lss-sw.org/
Provides faith-based, quality human care services to build and strengthen individuals, families, and communities.
First Crisis Hotline: Provide supportive listening, information and referral services with a spiritual base to callers in a crisis.
FIRST Friends: Provide conversational telephone support service to seniors and homebound people to older adults who ask to be called regularly.

Marana Health Center 
13549 N. Sanders Road
Marana, Arizona 85653
(520) 682-1091
http://maranahealthcenter.org/
Behavioral Health Services staff works closely with adult and juvenile probation to provide court ordered services to probationers and other individuals involved with the court system. MHC Behavioral Health Services also has contracts to provide services to families involved with DES/CPS as well as individuals who have AHCCCS and are needing behavioral health services. Behavioral Health Services is also a collaborating agency providing services to clients in the Pima County Healthy Families Program.

Math Cats/Word Cats Tutor
Language, Reading & Culture
The University of Arizona College of Education, P.O. Box 210069
University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona 85721-0069
(520) 626-5885
https://www.coe.arizona.edu/wordcats_mathcats
WordCats and MathCats (formerly America Reads*America Counts) are College of Education programs designed to raise reading and math skills in young children. Studies show that sustained individualized attention and after-school tutoring help children learn these important life skills.
Since 1997, the University of Arizona has been a site for both the America Reads and America Counts programs. Students who are eligible for federal work-study and have an interest in working with children may be hired as tutors and are placed in K-8 classrooms. Students may also participate as volunteers, and a few paid positions for students who are not work-study eligible are sometimes available. WordCats/MathCats provide opportunities for college students who wish to become teachers to gain valuable supervised classroom experience. Tutors work with elementary students who can benefit from one-on-one support. Tutors usually work with one teacher and selected students. The College of Education offers training for WordCats and MathCats tutors at the beginning of each semester. The training continues under the guidance of school professionals, college faculty and graduate students.

Mirasol Eating Disorder Recovery Centers
7650 E. Broadway Blvd., Suite 303
Tucson, Arizona 85710
(520) 546-3200
http://www.mirasol.net/
Mirasol Eating Disorder Recovery Centers in Tucson, Arizona, offer a unique, integrative treatment program. We use a variety of tradition therapies, including cognitive-behavioral, individual psychotherapy, trauma work featuring EMDR, nutrition intervention, and a specialized tract on sexuality and eating disorders.

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
4021 East Grant Road, Suite 102
Tucson, Arizona 85712
(520) 322-5253
http://www.madd.org/local-offices/az/southern-arizona.html
Strives to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this violent crime and prevent underage drinking.
Court Monitors: Attend Pima County Court hearings and grade participants on handling of DUI cases.

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill of Southern Arizona (NAMISA)
6122 East 22 nd Street
Tucson, Arizona 85711
(520) 622-5582
http://www.namisa.org
In Tucson and Pima County, NAMISA devotes its efforts to education and support for those coping with mental illness.
Heart-to-Heart matches volunteers with an individual with a mental health services consumer of same sex. Spend 3-4 hours a week interacting with the individual by phone or through fun activities.

National Multiple Sclerosis Society
4400 East Broadway Boulevard
Tucson, Arizona 85711
(520) 747-7472
www.nationalmssociety.org
The society strives to eliminate devastating effects of MS through research, education, and advocacy on critical issues.
Event Committee: Plan and produce 1 of 2 annual fundraising events (MS walk and MS bike tour) through outreach, publicity, recruitment, participant support, and logistics.
Program Committee: Plan and publicize local educational and physical activity programs.

New Beginnings for Women and Children 
2590 North Alvernon Way
Tucson, Arizona 85712
(520) 325-8800
http://ourfamilyservices.org/index.html
New Beginnings for Women and Children is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization founded in Tucson in 1987 to help homeless women and their children become financially independent.

New Start Summer Program
Robert L. Nugent Building, Main Level Tucson, Arizona, 85721
(520) 621-1094
http://newstart.arizona.edu
New Start is a six-week summer bridge program designed to help first-year freshman succeed in the transition from high school to university life. The program assists students in the areas of academics, residence life, orientation and extracurricular activities to help prepare participants to become well-rounded university students. Internship positions include: Resident Assistant, Peer Advisor, and Student Coordinator.

Northwest Interfaith Center
2820 East Ina Road
Tucson, Arizona 85718
(520) 297-6049
www.icstucson.org
The center strives to create connections between faith communities and volunteers by serving the elderly, disabled, and individuals/families in financial crisis.
Good Samaritan Program: Provides assistance and short-term case management for individuals or families in emergency situations resulting from a loss of job, illness, injury, or while waiting for other forms of public assistance. Conduct initial screening interview by phone to assess need and eligibility for assistance.
Telecare: Provides brief, daily telephone calls to people who need reassurance because they live alone, are physically disabled with no family close, are in a nursing home, or are essentially homebound due to ill health or advanced age.

Northwest Medical Center
6200 North La Cholla Boulevard
Tucson, Arizona 85741
(520) 469-8537
www.northwestmedicalcenter.com
Provides community healthcare and services to surrounding areas. There are a variety of opportunities in patient care units.

Old Pueblo Foundation “Casa Santa Clara”
8230 East Broadway Boulevard, #W8
Tucson, Arizona 85710
(520) 546-1399
www.oldpueblofoundation.org
The mission of The Old Pueblo Community Foundation is to heighten awareness of the special homeless needs within our community, discover innovative ways of meeting those needs, and then train and empower Tucsonans to creatively meet those needs for the betterment of our city. Contact for available opportunities.

One-On-One Mentoring 
401 East University Blvd.
Tucson, Arizona 85705
(520) 297-0702
http://1on1mentoringtucson.com
This organization works to empower positive change in at-risk youth through caring adult mentorship. You can be a positive role model and stable friend to an at-risk youth.

Our Family Services
P.O. Box 40250
Tucson, Arizona 85717
(520) 323-1708
http://www.ourfamilyservices.org
Volunteers who give their time and talents are an integral part of Our Family – from volunteer community mediators who help their neighbors resolve their disagreements, to seniors who help other seniors reduce the loneliness in their lives. Counseling and case-management interns earn school credit and gain valuable experience in our programs working with young people, families or seniors, and opportunities are available for people who speak Spanish.

Pantano Behavioral Health Services 
5055 E. Broadway Blvd., Suite C104
Tucson, Arizona 85711
(520) 623-9833
http://www.pantanobh.org/
Pantano Behavioral Health Services is one of several Southern Arizona behavioral health care organizations that focus exclusively on the needs of children and families. Many of the services are available in-home as well as in-office. Our providers comprehensively address the behavioral health needs of children, focusing on the Arizona Vision and 12 Principles.

Pima Community College Adult Education
401 North Bonita Avenue
Tucson, Arizona 85709
(520) 206-6500
www.pima.edu
Provide adult learners with opportunities to acquire foundational knowledge and skills through partnerships with the community.
Community Class Aide: Lead presentations about available services for non-academic services (i.e. counseling, addiction recovery, etc).
Academic Advising Aide: Assist Academic Advisors at various learning center locations.
Family Literacy Project: Family education project conducted in partnership with school districts, Tohono O’Odham Nation and Child/Parent Centers, etc (Head Start).

Pima County Attorney’s Office
32 North Stone Avenue, Suite 1400
Tucson, Arizona 85701
(520) 740-5631
www.pcao.pima.gov
The Pima County Attorney's Office represents you, the people, in the criminal justice system in Arizona. Our mission is to serve the public by protecting the personal rights of the people of Pima County to life, liberty and security by holding criminals accountable for unlawful violations of those rights.
The Community Justice Board Program: Board members focus on juvenile accountability and building competencies for our youth and their families by assigning consequences, providing education, and conducting follow-up conferences to monitor progress and provide support.

Pima County Natural Resources
3500 West River Road
Tucson, Arizona 85718
(520) 877-6122
www.pima.gov/nrpr
Runs and maintains community parks and recreation programs for Pima County.
Adult Volunteer Naturalist Parks Program: Lead nature walks and give interpretative talks to the public.
Parks & Recreation Center Volunteer: Provide programs for young children, teens, and seniors, interact with and lead activities at various recreation center sites.
Refer to Leisure Times through web site for center locations & contact information.

Pima Youth Partnership, Inc.
4239 West Ina Road
Tucson, Arizona 85741
(520) 744-9595
http://www.azyp.org
Endeavors to keep youth in school, reduce pregnancies, STDs and births to teens, and create healthy and safe environments for children, youth, and families in rural communities and Native American Reservations in southwestern Arizona.
Internship: Help lead workshops focused on community development at various locations in surrounding Tucson area.

Planned Parenthood
2255 North Wyatt Drive
Tucson, Arizona 85712
(520) 784-5802
http://www.plannedparenthood.org/
Planned Parenthood offers a wide range of sexual and reproductive health services to the community.

Portable Practical Education Preparation, Inc. (PPEP) 
1021 E. Palmdate Street, Suite 110/130
Tucson, Arizona 85713
(520) 792-5704
http://www.ppep.org/
Project PPEP Behavioral Health Counseling services is a state licensed provider for Substance Abuse, General Mental Health, Children services, Title XIX, DUI Treatment, Education, and Screenings, as well as Domestic Violence.

Project Yes
100 West 37 th Street
Tucson, Arizona 85713
(520) 884-1602
www.project-yes.org
Offers enrichment and support services to youth and families to improve academic performance, effectively decrease the dropout rate and reduce juvenile delinquency, gang activity and substance abuse.

Providence Service Corporation - Tucson Central 
620 N. Craycroft Road
Tucson, Arizona 85711
(520) 748-7108
http://www.provcorp.com/Locations/Arizona.asp
With a history of leading the way in managed behavioral health care and home-based services, Providence of Arizona continues to search for innovative ways to meet the needs of the children and families we serve. All programs offered by Providence of Arizona emphasize community-based services as an alternative to the residential care of youth and children. In Tucson, Providence of Arizona serves as one of the three children’s behavioral health networks in Pima County. Our network of providers offers a full continuum of services, which includes numerous subcontractors and represents a true community effort. In addition to managing the network, our Tucson site offers direct services that include home-based counseling, case management, substance abuse groups, crisis intervention, and Prevention Services.

Reachout Pregnancy Counseling Agency
2648 North Campbell Avenue
Tucson, Arizona 85719
(520) 321-4300
www.reachoutforlife.org
Reachout Pregnancy Centers provides loving support and education for pre- and post-natal women so that they choose life for their babies and to help women who have had an abortion. Established in 1973, Reachout Pregnancy Center serves vulnerable women and children in the Tucson area including the young women of the University of Arizona and local high schools. The center provides confidential pregnancy testing and peer counseling, ultrasounds and material support for mothers including diapers, baby formula, baby and toddler clothes and other necessities.

Client Advocate:  The center seeks Client Advocates to provide peer counseling, referrals to community social service agencies, pregnancy testing, and material assistance distribution for our clients.

Rebuilding Together Tucson
(520) 294-7765
www.rebuildingtogether.org
Strives to reserve and revitalize houses and communities, assuring that low-income homeowners, from the elderly and disabled to families with children, live in warmth, safety, and independence.
Volunteer: Conduct research on target populations, recruit skilled labor and materials required for home renovation projects, and help develop promotional materials.

Ronald McDonald House
2230 East Speedway Boulevard
Tucson, Arizona 85719
(520) 326-0060 ext. 102
www.rmhctucson.org
Provides a temporary home-away-from-home where the families of children being treated for serious illnesses or trauma.
Family Room Volunteer @ UMC Serve as host & supervisor for room, documenting room usage, answering the phone, interacting with families, and helping monitor supplies.

Sahauro Girl Scout Council
4300 East Broadway Boulevard
Tucson, Arizona 85711
(520) 319-3176
http://www.girlscoutssoaz.org/
This organization strives to help young women develop identity and leadership skills, and form friendships through enrichment programs and activities.
Girl Scout Leader for Outreach Programs: Lead Girl Scout activities after school, evening or weekend programs for girls ages 5-12 in low-income areas of Tucson.
Bilingual abilities highly desired.

Southern Arizona Aids Foundation
375 South Euclid Avenue
Tucson, Arizona 85719
(520) 628-7223
http://www.saaf.org/
To create and sustain a healthier community through a compassionate, comprehensive response to HIV/AIDS.
Buddy Volunteer, AIDS Educator or AIDSWALK planner/coordinator

Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault
1600 North Country Club
Tucson, Arizona 85716
(520) 327-1171 ext. 124
www.sacasa.org
Provide crisis intervention, specialized mental health services, advocacy, prevention education and professional training concerning issues of sexual abuse, incest, molestation and rape.
24-Hour Crisis Line: Provide support, crisis intervention, information, referrals, and advocacy to victims/survivors of sexual assault, their friends, family members or significant others, or to the general public. ** Must carry a cell phone during assigned shift and respond immediately to all incoming crisis calls; after-hour crisis supervisor always available on-call during shift for assistance and support.
24-Hour Sexual Assault Resource Service (SARS): Provide in person support, crisis intervention, information, referrals, and advocacy to victims/survivors of sexual assault, their friends, family members or significant others at local hospital emergency rooms; communicate with medical and law enforcement personnel concerning survivor’s needs. **Must carry cell phone during shift and respond immediately to calls from law enforcement and local hospitals by going to the hospital emergency room; must respond to all hospitals in Tucson area; after-hour crisis supervisor always available on-call during shift for assistance and support.
Community Education & Outreach Program Volunteer Advocate: Conduct research on sexual violence to develop curriculum and activities for presentations to youth, college students, service providers and adults; help facilitate/lead community presentations; aid in evaluation of presentations (pre-post surveys, data entry, analysis, etc). Contact Alba Jaramillo at (520) 327-1171 or ajaramillo@sacasa.org .

Southern Arizona Mental Health Clinic 
2502 N. Dodge Boulevard, Suite 190
Tucson, Arizona 85716
(520) 618-8614
http://www.samhc.com/index.php
SAMHC has focused its services toward providing Crisis Care and Stabilization for residents of Pima County and outlying areas of southern Arizona. As a 24 hour-per-day, 365 day-per-year service, SAMHC has continued to play a major role in the development of community mental health care in Arizona and in coordinating efforts to help individuals obtain that care in the least restrictive environment. Contact the director of human resources for internship opportunities.

Southern Arizona VA Healthcare System
3601 East 6 th Avenue
Tucson, Arizona 85723
(520) 629-1822
www.tucson.va.gov
The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) provides a broad spectrum of medical, surgical, and rehabilitative care to its customers. Our goal is to share information about these benefits and services to make it as easy as possible for you to receive the care you need.

Southwest Autism and Research Center 
300 N. 18th St. Phoenix, AZ 85006
(602) 340-8717
http://www.autismcenter.org
Mission: SARRC models and promotes best practices that enhance the quality of life for children and adults with autism spectrum disorders; empowers children, families and professionals with information and training; and advances discoveries that will ultimately lead to a cure.
Core Values: Act with respect, compassion and a sense of urgency.
Nurture families, respecting their diversity, rights and the individuality of their children.
Work for excellence and continuous improvement.
Maintain the highest levels of integrity in everything we do; uphold the highest ethical standards.
Promote cooperation, collaboration and teamwork; be accountable to donors, families, peers and fellow research partners.
Commit to build, test and model best practices.
Serve as an international leader in quality research.
Support individuals with autism throughout their lifetimes.
Volunteers: Volunteers are the power behind nonprofit organizations like SARRC. From special events to project coordination or mass mailings, SARRC relies on its volunteers to provide a variety of tasks.

Tanque Verde Unified School District
11150 East Tanque Verde Road
Tucson, Arizona 85749
(520) 749-5751 ext. 205
www.investtucson.com/community/schools/109.html
It is the mission of the Tanque Verde School District to prepare the children who attend its schools for the responsibilities and challenges of the present and future by providing quality educational programs and effective schools while striving to understand their academic, psychological, physical and social needs.

The Haven 
1107 E. Adelaide
Tucson, AZ 85719
(520) 623-4590
http://thehaventucson.org/index.htm
The Haven’s Mission is of a safe, nurturing, and compassionate community that respects individuals and their families, and encourages their spiritual, intellectual, emotional, and physical development. The Haven advances this vision by treating women as they recover from substance disorders, and transition into a clean and sober life of health and wholeness.

Therapeutic Riding of Tucson (T.R.O.T.) 
8920 East Woodland Road Tucson, Arizona 85749
(520) 749-2360
http://trotarizona.org/
Volunteers are the critical key to the continued success of the TROT mission. Each volunteer is trained to work directly with participants. Volunteers give moral and physical support to riders and enjoy the personal satisfaction of seeing each individual's progress from week to week. Other volunteers help with fundraising, grounds maintenance and care of the horses.

Tucson Children’s Museum
200 South 6 th Avenue
Tucson, Arizona 85701
(520) 792-9985 ext. 107
www.tucsonchildrensmuseum.org
Provides hands-on learning experiences for children to excite inspire and challenge children.
Opportunities are available for tour scheduling, exhibit maintenance, special events and more.

Tucson Jewish Community Center
3800 East River Road
Tucson, Arizona 85718
(520) 299-3000
http://www.tucsonjcc.org/
The mission of the Tucson Jewish Community Center is to cultivate and enrich Jewish identity, ensure Jewish continuity, foster wellness, and broaden communal harmony.

Tu Nidito 
3922 N. Mountain Ave. Tucson, AZ 85719
(520) 322-9155
http://www.tunidito.org/volunteer
Tu Nidito Children and Family Services provides comfort, hope and support for children and families whose lives have been impacted by a serious medical condition or death. Through its array of support groups and individual services, Tu Nidito provides emotional, social, and educational tools to children and families and empowers them with strength and skills for the future. The success of Tu Nidito is due to the many volunteers who contribute their time, talent and love to ensure no child grieves alone. We offer an array of volunteer positions and a very customized internship program that works with your schedule and interests to create a tailored and valuable learning experience for each intern. We provide a comprehensive training several times throughout the year; contact our Volunteer Manager for more information!

T.Y.L.A. (Turn Your Life Around), Inc. 
1109 W. Prince Rd., Suite 111 Tucson, AZ 85705
(520) 887-2643
http://tylahelps.com/
T.Y.L.A. (Turn Your Life Around), Inc. is a non-profit agency located in Tucson, Arizona. The agency assists men and women to sustain recovery from drug and alcohol addiction through outpatient counseling, group meeting, clothing give aways, and various other forms of help. Program services include DUI Screening,DUI Education, DUI Treatment, Addictions Counseling (group/individual), Wellness Forum, SMART Recovery, Life Skills, 12 Step Meetings, Sober Living House For Women, Recovery Support Group, Adopt a Mom Mentoring, Clothing Giveaway, Panty Giveaway and Support Line.

United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona
330 North Commerce Park Loop, Suite 200
Tucson, Arizona 85745
(520) 903-9000
www.unitedway.org
United Way works to achieve its mission of Building A Better Community by uniting people and resources to provide solutions to local issues.
First Focus on Kids: Provide program assistance and administrative support to United Way’s First Focus on Kids. Responsibilities include: conducting research and collecting data, assistance in the preparation of grants and surveys, and more.

University of Arizona Human Resources 
University Services Building
888 N. Euclid Avenue, Room 114 Tucson, AZ 85721
520-621-3662
http://www.hr.arizona.edu/
The Benefits & Employment Advising unit of the UA Human Resources department is seeking highly skilled and motivated student employees. Selected students will have opportunities to perform a variety of entry-level human resource duties in areas such as recruitment & employment, new hire and benefits and leave of absence and retirement advising. The ideal candidates will have interest in gaining practical work experience in Human Resources and learning basic HR principles, policies and practices. Interns can assist with the areas of recruitment, new hire and benefits, and leave of absence and retirement.

Victim Services 
Pima County Attorney's Office
Victim Witness Program Director
32 North Stone Ave. 14th Floor Tucson, Arizona 85701
(520) 740-5525 
http://www.pcao.pima.gov/victimservicesdivision.aspx
If you have ever been a victim of a crime or a witness to one, you know that the experience can be devastating. The Victim Witness program is there to assist you through the criminal justice system. Victim Witness provides on-scene response, death notifications, notification of victims of defendant's release or court status, assistance as trial advocates explaining the court process and accompanying victims and witnesses to trial. Victim Witness also debriefs groups of people who have been affected by a crisis or disaster.
The Pima County Attorney's Victim Witness Program, established in 1975, was the first in the country to provide comprehensive assistance to victims of crimes. It has served as a model for other programs all across this country and in several foreign countries. The program has grown from a staff of two who did on-scene assistance on Friday and Saturday nights, to a staff of 25 paid and 120 volunteer workers who are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
This early beginning gave the citizens of Pima County a head start over the rest of the state. It was only recently that the Arizona Constitution was amended to guarantee that a victim will be treated with dignity and respect. Now everyone in the state enjoys the rights that our Pima County residents have taken for granted.
Victims have the right to be present at all court proceedings, the right to express opinions to the court and the right to confer with the prosecutor regarding the disposition of the case. They have the right to know of the defendant's release status. Victim Witness, in conjunction with the prosecutors in the office, ensure these rights are enforced.
Our Victim Witness staff and volunteers have been called upon to work with the victims of the September 11th Terrorist attacks, the Oklahoma City bombing of the federal building, victims of the war and genocide in Bosnia and other local and national tragedies. Victim Witness makes more than 16,000 victim contacts each year and helps more than 5,000 people at crisis scenes.

Wingspan
425 E. Seventh Street
Tucson, Arizona 85705
(520) 624-1779
http://www.wingspan.org/
Wingspan is Southern Arizona's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community center. Wingspan is a non-profit, charitable organization that serves Tucson and Southern Arizona.

YMCA of Metropolitan Tucson
60 West Alameda
Tucson, Arizona 85701
(520) 623-5511
www.tucsonymca.org
The YMCA of Metropolitan Tucson is dedicated to improving the quality of human life and to helping all people realize their fullest potential through the development of Spirit, Mind and Body.
Positions are available at many locations throughout Tucson, contact for opportunities. Examples of opportunities include working at summer camps and after school programs.