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The City makes a substantial commitment to human services, as evidenced in many different departments. In addition, approximately $1 million in services are contracted through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. A listing of projects funded for fiscal year 2012-2013 is posted below.
The City of Tucson Mayor and Council have approved the FY13 Annual Action Plan. Funded Human Service projects will be contacted by staff regarding requirements for contract execution. For selected agencies, if you would like to begin working on the forms, please download the Word documents here. (Please note you will only be able to enter information in the highlighted areas):
Exhibit C Budget (DOC)
Board Members List (DOC)
The City serves primarily as a funder of homeless programs operated by non-profit agencies. This includes funds through the Emergency Solutions Grant Program, Shelter Plus Care, Community Development Block Grant, and others.
The Department also supports the Tucson Pima Collaboration to End Homeless (TPCH), and acts as a partner in many homeless programs. The BRIDGES Program is an example of the kind of community partnerships that have been developed to address homelessness.
Bridges is a collaborative effort that provides direct links between housing opportunities, supportive services and employment programs for the homeless.
The City of Tucson maintains 63 units of transitional housing utilized by 6 non-profit partners who specialize in delivering a wide variety of supportive services including employment services to homeless individuals and families with children.
The goal of the program is to provide household stabilization and increased financial security for ultimate transition to independent, permanent housing.
Click here for information about Tucson’s Winter Shelter Program