Welcome to Pima prevention Partnership

Pima Prevention Partnership (PPP) is a nationally-recognized and award-winning non-profit agency, which has been creating conditions for change among youths, families, institutions, and community groups since 1992. PPP has offices and programs in Tucson and Phoenix, Arizona, as well as a branch office in Pago Pago, American Samoa.

PPP specializes in helping underserved populations. We operate charter schools for academically underperforming students, grades 6-12, in both Tucson and Phoenix. We also provide substance use disorder treatment for teens and family strengthening workshops for whole families. Combined, our services reach over 10,000 youths and families each year. We also write grants for other non-profit and governmental institutions across the U.S and the Pacific Jurisdictions, aside from providing evaluation, training, and assistance with public health policy development. Please contact us if we can be of service to you or if you would like to visit any of our programs.

Partnership Activities in the Pacific

Since 2004 the Partnership has provided grant writing, program evaluation, and training services to the Territory of American Samoa. The Partnership is currently supporting the Territory’s successful implementation of initiatives through the American Samoa Department of Human & Social Services (DHSS), including evaluation and technical assistance services to Prevention Fa’a Samoa, a U.S. Center for Substance Abuse Prevention-funded Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant (SPF SIG); O le Li'o o le Alofa (Circle of Love), a U.S. Administration for Children and Families Healthy Marriage initiative; and a Drug-Free Communities Support Program initiative being implemented by a local substance abuse prevention community coalition. Please read more>>>

What's New
Teen Court Wins National Award

Pima County Teen Court wins the National Youth Leadership Council's 2015 Youth Leadership for Service-Learning Excellence Award! Read more >>>