We know that many of our neighbors are facing evictions and are not sure how to avoid eviction or how to seek rent assistance. Pima County Constables, the Innovation for Justice program at the UA Law School, and the Pima County Community Action Agency collaborated on this flyer, in both Spanish and English, was created to help people understand
- how to communicate with their landlord
- what to do if facing an eviction notice
- where to seek help for rent and other assistance
United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona has created a comprehensive list of community resources available to those affected by COVID-19. To view this list, please visit the United Way's page here
Expect More Arizona has compiled a comprehensive list of parent and community resources for Arizona Families during COVID-19. Please visit their website here to learn more.
Following the announcement of school closures through the end of the 2019-2020 school year, C2C’s partner districts have adjusted grading and graduation requirements, ensuring that students on track to graduate this May are afforded the opportunity to do so, while also allowing for flexibility as they and their families adapt to challenging circumstances. The changes for C2C’s partner school districts can be found below, and will be updated as each district approves new guidelines:
C2C's partner school districts are providing access to meals and wi-fi across the county. To find hours and location of these services, please use our interactive map:
Following the launch of C2C's Early Grade Literacy Change Network, the seven schools participating have jumped into their improvement initiatives
On February 12th, members of the Youth on the Rise Change Network and members of the United Youth Leadership Council attended the quarterly meeting. The impact that Youth on the Rise has on Pima County Opportunity Youth continues to grow, as reflected in data presented during the YOTR quarterly meeting this week.
Alternative education programs in Pima county represent a crucial component in the strategy to retain and re-engage young people in an educational pathway leading to a secondary credential. To bolster high school graduation outcomes for these students, three alternative high schools are working with C2C on site-based improvement projects