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Local transportation service that provides a variety of transportation options for the public. Offering free and reduced cost services for qualified residents. Dial a Ride provides rides for elderly and disabled. Would need to get approval from the ADA office first: 520-791-5409. Phone number to get a ride: 520-792-9222. Sun Express Bus, Sun Tran City Bus, Sun Link Street Car, Sun Van and Paratransit, Sun Shuttle, Sun on Demand.
TuGo Bike share
Low cost transportation using bike shares for short distance trips around town. Check out a bicycle from any station, ride, and return the bike to a station near your destination.
Pima Council on Aging (PCOA)
Provides resources on transportation programs and volunteer services for the elderly. Various organizations offer door-to-door rides by volunteers in the community.
Pima Find a Ride is a directory of transportation services for the general public, people with disabilities and older adults who want access to reliable transportation in the greater Tucson region beyond the private vehicle.
Banner University Medical Center South, Tucson
VA Medical Center
El Rio (El Pueblo, Summit)
El Rio (Cherrybell)
Pueblo Medical Clinic
Tucson Clinica Medica Familiar
Milagros Family Healthcare
Offers FREE medical services to those who are unemployed or uninsured. Volunteers and/or providers speak Spanish.
Arizona Division of Developmental Disabilities
Provides support services to individuals diagnosed with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, Cognitive/Intellectual Disability, and individuals under the age of six years old who are at risk of Developmental Disability.
Arizona Center for Disability Law
Non-profit legal firm providing free legal services, information, training, and advocacy for individuals with physical, mental, psychiatric, sensory, and cognitive disabilities.
MHC Clinica Del Alma
MHC Healthcare offers outpatient therapy, case management, domestic violence therapy, trauma services, parenting classes, support and education groups, housing assistance, employment services, substance abuse therapy and a work adjustment program, and Disability Benefits 101 training.
Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona
Provides programs that include emergency food assistance and free meals as well as farmers’ market, community gardens, nutrition education, culinary training, provide support for local growers and food systems. Drive-Thru Service available.
Tucson Neighborhood Food Pantry
Provide perishable and non-perishable food, hygiene products, household supplies, baby essentials, and pet food. Additionally, they provide free clothing for families on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month.
Pima Meals on Wheels – Pima Council on Aging
Provides home-delivered meals to older individuals or those with a disability where cooking may pose challenges. If an individual does not qualify for Pima Meals on Wheels, the helpline staff will discuss other possible options.
Catholic Workers who are devoted to acts of mercy through feeding and clothing those in need.
Pima County WIC Office
Government program to provide low-income pregnant women, breastfeeding women, and children under the age of 5 with resources like healthy foods, support, and education.
South Tucson Housing Authority:
Contact South Tucson Housing Authority for information on Section 8 housing
City of Tucson Housing and Community Development Department
Contact the City of Tucson Housing for information on Section 8 housing
Pima County Housing Search
Use this website to locate links to various non-profits and other organizations based on specific categories.
Emergency Services Programs
Use this website to locate contact information for various organizations for rental and utility assistance.
The Primavera Foundation provides pathways out of poverty through safe, affordable housing, workforce development, and neighborhood revitalization. Offer rent and utility assistance and occasional deposit assistance. Also have Rapid Re-Housing program for those who are homeless or at risk becoming homeless.