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501 E Mahoney Ave
Buckeye, AZ 85326
BOSS Helps in 4 core areas:
3. Counseling addiction recovery
4. Community outreach programs
B.O.S.S. offers a circle of services to the Un-Employed; Under Employed, Veterans Ex- Offenders, those in Recovery and People who just want to do better. Buckeye Outreach for Social Services is the place for you to create a life of Self-reliance. They have Services for ALL those who have HIV/AIDS
They offer Jobs to underemployed and unemployed individuals, Job and life Training, Computer training, After School programs, GED Classes and testing, Free Diaper and Clothing Bank, Free 90 day Medical Equipment lending Youth and Adult Drug and alcohol classes, Parenting and Youth Counseling.
Contact: Emmanuel Gallardo, Immigration and Worker Center Coordinator
2401 N. Central Ave, Suite 120
Phoenix, AZ 85004
1112 E. Buckeye Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85034
CPLC is the only community development corporation in Arizona that offers extensive services in both urban and rural areas. Its service delivery system is expansive enough to effectively reach thousands of low-income people. In its perpetual drive to provide needed services, CPLC continually assesses the needs of its communities throughout Arizona
CARE Coordinator Dr. Larry Dumka
The core of the CARE program involves community organizations, students, and faculty working together to address research questions that are important to the community organizations. The action research projects represent the service provided to the community partners. Collaborations are intended to enhance organizations' evidence-informed policy and practice and to increase students' capacity for leadership in community improvement.
The Community Action Research Experiences (CARE) program is a year-long concentration (fall and spring semesters) that provides a rare opportunity for talented ASU juniors of all majors:
•to gain valuable professional and leadership experience
•to have extensive contact with faculty and community professionals to develop high quality recommendations for future employment and graduate or professional school applications
•to apply your intellectual skills to a practical project that contributes to community improvement
•to work with a small close knit and diverse group of talented peers
•to structure the timely completion of thesis requirements for honors students who elect to do this
201 E. Washington, Suite 350
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
Kerwin Brown, kerwin@BlackChamber.com
The mission of the Greater Phoenix Black Chamber of Commerce is to improve the economic development of our business entrepreneurs and the communities for which we serve. The GPBCC serves as the corner stone for educational training, resource programs, resources and economic growth opportunities with a specific emphasis on “Business in Action”.
The National Kidney Foundation of Arizona is committed to the prevention of kidney disease through awareness, education and research and to improve the quality of life for Arizonans with kidney disease. Internships and volunteers opportunities are available for Camp Kidney. Camp Kidney is a camp for kids, ages 8 to 18, with chronic kidney disease, are currently on dialysis or have recently had a transplant. The camp is run by NKF AZ and volunteers, many of which are medical professionals. If you are interested in interning for either Summer, Fall or Spring, please submit resume for your consideration to Special Events manager.
Contact: Ashleigh Schufeldt, Special Events Manager
To apply, please send resume and contact Ashleigh by email directly.
Puente Arizona is part of the global movement for migrant justice and human rights. As a grassroots community-based group Puente promotes justice, non-violence, interdependence and human dignity. Puente Arizona works to empower the community and build bridges by working collaboratively with various organizations and individuals.
420 W. Watkins Road
Phoenix, AZ 85002
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is an international non-profit organization dedicated to serving the poor and providing others with the opportunity to serve. The Phoenix Diocesan Council has been assisting central and northern Arizona families since 1946. Programs include services for the homeless, medical and dental care for the working poor, charity dining rooms, thrift stores, a transitional housing shelter and general assistance for individuals in need.
700 East Jefferson Street, Suite 200
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Dr. Darlene Little, Darlenelittle@TCDCcorp.org
(TCDC), established in 2001, is a non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging new approaches to solving problems in the African American community. Our mission is to improve the lives of African Americans by meeting their economical, educational, spiritual, health and housing needs.
2942 North 24th Street, Suite #207
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Rasheda Worthy, RWorthy@worthyinstitute.com
The Worth Institute LLC is a private community organization that has been providing programs and services to families, organizations, and the community since 2005. Services include teen prevention and education and family support programs, cultural... Mission Statement to provide services and programs that help to build healthier families, organizations and communities.