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Old Pueblo Community Foundation

Rating: 5 stars   1 review 237

Nonprofit Issues:

Mental Health, Homeless & Housing, Human Services


4501 E. Fifth Street Tucson AZ 85711 USA


Too many in our community struggle to live into their dreams and full potential.  Many fight substance abuse; many lack the resources to maintain and stay in their homes; many fall short of the ability to own their own homes; many have no home at all.  The mission of Old Pueblo Community Services is to empower people to create a meaningful and self-sufficient life.

We accomplish this through:   Housing opportunities; Housing education and counseling;   Addiction treatment;     Employment support;   Life skills education.


Transitional housing available for up to 200 men, women, and families in nine Tucson locations; supportive services, include structured housing, employability training, life skills education, case management, and substance abuse counseling.  Clients served include prisoner re-entry population, homeless veterans, survivors of domestic violence, homeless persons suffering from substance addiction, chronically mentally ill veteran men and women.

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Rating: 5 stars  

2 people found this review helpful

I had a long history of subtance abuse, incarceration, and instability. I went to Old Pueblo Community Services (OPCS) after my second incarceration in the Arizona Department of Corrections. I was immediately given food, clothing, and shelter. Once I obtained employment, I was given a voucher to go get any clothing items that I needed from Wal-Mart. Once I completed the program, OPCS rented an apartment for me so that I could re-unify with my two children, and they continued to pay for the apartment for six months while I fixed my credit. A few years later, I went back to OPCS and was able to purchase a home with the assistance of the $22,500 that they put as a down payment. This is the non-profit that others should strive to mimic.

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