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Street Count 2014

Tucson Pima Collaboration to End HomelessnessHelp make sure every homeless person on the streets of Tucson is counted, in order to secure services and resources for them.  There are several ways you can help with the Jan. 24, 2014 count by the Tucson Pima Collaboration to End Homelessness.

  • Volunteer – Meet community members experiencing homelessness and help ensure that everyone who does not have a stable home is counted.
  • Lead a team – Help lead the volunteers. This position is for people with knowledge of serving the homeless.
  • Donate – Consider donating money to support the Street Count, which depends entirely on community contributions.

All volunteers must attend a brief training session to prepare for the Street Count.  That session is scheduled for Jan. 20, 2014, 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

For more information, email streetcount2014@gmail.com, or call (520) 323-1708 ext. 112.

Task Forces

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Under the broad heading, “Healthy Tucson,” Mayor Rothschild created several task forces – as part of his 360 Plan – to help make Tucson a great community in which to live.  Each task force has a topic: Education, Health & Wellness, Poverty, Seniors and Youth. Each group will focus on the following:

Education: 3rd grade reading and dropout prevention and recovery

Health & Wellness: Physical activity and awareness of/access to healthy foods

Poverty: Coordinating services for Tucson’s homeless

Seniors: Looking at best practices that address issues relating to senior citizens

Youth: Hold a Mayor’s Summit for Youth Service Nonprofits, to explore opportunities for resource sharing and collaboration, and a Youth Summer Job/Internship Fair

 

Most Requested Community Services:

Transportation & Streets

Trash, Recycling, Water

Properties, Buildings, Homes

Business, Finance

Social Services

Public Safety

Government, Civil Services

Culture, Recreation

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City Employment

 

 

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