FSP Partners

Key Partners in the Financial Stability Partnership


Our Family Services: Increase Income, but by intervening during crisis.  Family Financial Stability Project. OFS provides emergency shelter, transitional, and permanent housing as its basic mission. They also are working with us to provide additional support to veterans and their families.

Primavera Foundation: Increase Income, but by intervening during crisis. provides financial education and employment services for those who have experienced homelessness; also works with United Way to provide additional support to veterans and their families.

Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona: Provides crisis assistance, but also helps build sustainable food security;provides emergency food, but also addresses food security in ways that develop financial stability, such as community gardens, farmers markets, and small business start ups related to food. Part of the Community Schools initiative, providing enrollment services for AHCCCS and SNAP benefits.

University of Arizona Take Charge America Institute: Provides financial education for youth in schools.

Earn to Learn: Asset development and protection; provides matched savings programs for youth who plan to enroll in Arizona public universities.

Catholic Community Services, Pio Decimo Center: Provides wide array of financial capability services, including financial education, credit repair/ building, matched savings for education and homes, and it is an important partners in the VITA program and in providing year-round tax help through the Low Income Tax Clinic.

Pima County Public Library: Hosts several VITA and TCE tax sites (TCE= Tax Counselling for the Elderly, AARP runs them); is basically a major source of information and runs the Learning Network.

Catholic Social Service: Provides financial education and support to people in Santa Cruz County

DIRECT Center for Independence: Provides services for those who are disabled, including employment services and financial education.

Interfaith Community Services: Provides services for those in financial crisis or who are chronic poor.

Tucson Urban League: Provides wide array of financial capability services.

Community Outreach Program for the Deaf: Provides services for the deaf and hard of hearing, including some financial capability services.

Southern Arizona Legal Aid: Legal assistance for low income folks.

Arizona Serve (Prescott College): Manages implementation of the Community Schools initiative for the City of Tucson.

Pima County Arizona@Work: Also known as Pima One-Stop Centers, providing employment services, employer services, and is a partner in VITA.

City of Tucson: Partner in the Community Schools Initiative.


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