Mission: Helping seniors, disabled indviduals and people in financial crisis achieve stable and independent lives through support from volunteers, faith communities and the community at large.
Programs: Emergency assistance since 1985, interfaith community services (ics) has provided financial assistance, short-term case management, and other support for individuals or families in emergency situations. Ics partners with the community food bank of southern arizona to distribute emergency food boxed each month to low-income seniors, individuals and families in need.
caregiving & senior services - since 1985, interfaith community services (ics) has provided services which help seniors and disables individuals to live independently in their own homes, without the need for institutional care. Volunteers provide services such as fresh nutritious meals, transportation for medical appointments and shopping, reassurance calls, friendly phoning, friendly visiting, small home repairs, and business help.
faith and community health interfaith community services (ics) provides health & education awareness seminars to help seniors, individuals, and faith communities with end of life issues, mental health awareness, and congregational health training.
I've volunteered with ICS for the past two years as a committee member. I am proud to be involved with such a well-managed nonprofit organization that plays a vital role in Tucson. I see a high level of commitment from staff and volunteers as well as from ICS's faith partners throughout the community. I'm also a donor.