Community Resources

For information contact: Kerri Kaczmarczyk at kkaczmarczyk@bbbsaz.org

Food & Grocery Aid

Legal Resources & 
Rights Advocacy

Older Adults

Crisis Hotline, Warmlines
& Information Lines

Hoarding & Cluttering

LGBTQ+ Services

Substance Use 
& Addiction

Holistic Wellness
& Spirituality

Medical & Physical
Health

Violence Prevention
& Response

Disability Resources

Homeless Services

Men's Services

Women's & Family 
Services

Financial Assistance
& Advising

Housing & Eviction

Mental Health

Children & Youth

Chicanos Por la Causa (CPLC) De Colores - Community Based Youth Programs
The CPLC De Colores youth programs aim to educate and uplift youth through prevention and leadership programming to empower young adults.  To register for the programs below, contact Charissa Cota at 602-527-2612 or Charissa.Cota@cplc.org.

  • Sisterhood of Latina Leaders (S.O.L.L.) - A free program for Latina teens that focuses on safe relationships, self-esteem and self-worth, empowerment, goal setting, higher education and creative expression.  Little Sisters can attend alone or with their Big Sister. Meets every Wednesday at 5:00pm – 6:30pm at CPLC Maryvale Community Service Center:  6850 W. Indian School Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85033
  • Healing Studio – A free art class that promotes healthy expression of emotions for youth ages 11-18.  Topics include techniques for healthy release of emotions, the benefits of artistic creativity and guided meditation. Meets every 1st Saturday of the month from 10:00am – 1:00pm at CPLC Maryvale Community Service Center:  6850 W. Indian School Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85033; and every 3rd Saturday of the month from 10:00am – 1:00pm at CPLC Carl Hayden Community Center:  3216 W. Van Buren St., Phoenix, AZ 85009

Employment & Career Development

FREE Professional Women’s Clothing at WHEAT’s Clothes Silo
WHEAT’s Clothes Silo is a resale-clothing boutique specializing in new and gently used women’s clothing, handbags and accessories ideal for the workplace and job interviews. BBBSAZ has partnered with the organization to provide referrals for free professional clothing for parents of Littles.  The organization is located near 7th Street and Indian School Road.  Shoppers must obtain a referral form prior to visiting the Clothes Silo for free apparel.    To request a referral, please contact Kerri@bbbsaz.org or 602-393-2903.

Looking for a Job?  Come to a Maximus Job Club!
The Maximus Job Club is a free job readiness workshop where workforce specialists will assist you with weekly job leads, mock interviewing, resume preparation, networking skills and connect you to upcoming job fair events. 

Job Club is held at 5 valley locations every Friday from 10:00am – 11:00am. For more information, contact 1-866-299-6757

 

 

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Parent Post Newsletter September 2017