Other Services (not led by Catalina churches)
A.A. Meeting: Meets at Santa Catalina Catholic Church on Thursday evenings at 7:00pm. Contact Alcoholics Anonymous for more details.
Al-Anon Meeting: Meets Thursdays at 4:00pm at Santa Catalina Catholic Church, 520-825-9611.
Catalina Community Center: Provides daily after-school program for ages 5-13, and parent/toddler playtime on Tues. and Thurs. mornings, as well as many creative summer programs for children and teens, including swimming classes and recreational swimming. Located at 16562 N. Oracle Rd. Call 520-825-9011 for more information.
Emerge!: Center against domestic abuse operates two emergency shelters in addition to providing crisis intervention, individual and group support, life skills development, abuse prevention, a community-based childcare center and community education. 24-hour hotline: 1-888-428-0101. Website: www.emergecenter.org. For more information: 520-795-8001. All Emerge! services are provided in English and Spanish.
Family First: Pregnancy care center and family diaper bank, offering free pregnancy testing, educational resources on prenatal care, adoption, child development, sexually transmitted diseases, and life skills. Also adult incontinence underwear, substance abuse prevention, “earn while you learn” program, relationship building skills for teen boys and girls, and fatherhood classes for expecting dads. Located at 1575 W. American Ave., Ste. A, Oracle, AZ, 520-896-9545. Visit their website at www.familyfirstpcc.org.
Golden Goose: Non-profit thrift store which provides funding for the IMPACT and SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (helping people in need in Pima and Pinal counties). 520-825-9101.
IMPACT of Southern Arizona : Offers
food bank, clothing bank, ESL/Citizenship classes, GED classes, youth
program (including summer day camp, after school program, Junior
Achievement classes, drug awareness program, free dental check-ups for children up to age 18, Catalina Youth Day, and
Christmas outreach), senior services (including social luncheons, meals
on wheels, free legal assistance, and classes on various topics), grief
counseling, adopt-a-family opportunities at Christmastime, emergency
transportation, veteran services, and help for the homeless. Call 520-825-0009 or visit at 3535 E. Hawser St, Catalina.
Marana Health Center (Santa Catalina office):
Clinic offers primary care to people with AHCCCS, or Sliding fee scale
program. Also accepts most all insurance programs and WIC is available
for families who qualify. Services include dental, diagnostic lab,
obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, physical therapy, radiology, teen
wellness, and behavioral health services. New location at 16701 N
Oracle Rd, Ste 135, 520-825-6763. Mon-Fri 8:00am-5:00pm. www.mhchealthcare.org
MentorKids USA: Opportunities for mentoring youth of all ages. For more information, or to volunteer as a mentor, call 520-624-2765. www.mentorkidsusa.org
Moms in Prayer: Weekly prayer meeting for children, teachers and staff in local schools. www.momsinprayer.org
Narcotics Anonymous: Substance abuse support group meets at 15920 N Oracle Rd, Catalina Pointe Plaza, Suite 138, Tuesdays at 6:00pm. Helpline: 520-881-8381. www.natucson.org
SaddleBrooke Community Outreach: An outreach that makes a positive impact on the lives of needy children in neighboring communities through improved self-respect, better school attendance, and higher scholastic achievement. Programs include Kids’ Closet, with 3000 children clothed each year, high school scholarship and mentoring program, tutoring program, adopt-a-family Christmas program, and teen closet for area high school students. Outreach includes San Manuel and Mammoth, as well as Catalina children. Located at 63675 E SaddleBrooke Blvd., Suite L. Open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Young Life: Fun meetings for youth at the middle school and high school levels, as well as leadership training, support for teen mothers, and special needs student activities. Summer and winter camps held each year. Staff on campus at CDO High School and Ironwood Ridge High School. See their website for more information: www.younglife.org