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History and Timeline
  • 1992: Founding of the countywide coalition with a $2.2 million grant from OSAP

  • 1994: Helped establish Stork’s Nest residential program for pregnant women

  • 1994: Started Full Court Press program which reduced youth tobacco use by 27 percent

  • 1995: Initiated Pan Asian Community Alliance Center

  • 1995: Initiated PRO Neighborhoods Grant Making program with partners

  • 1995: Initiated Pima County Teen Court

  • 1996: Initiated Youth and Family Services Department at PPP

  • 1997: Secured behavioral health license to provide outpatient treatment

  • 1998: Initiated evaluation and grant writing services for new customer base

  • 1999: Awarded “Best Anti-Drug Coalition in the U.S.”

  • 2002: Initiated Pima Partnership High School (PPHS)

  • 2003: Started statewide Mentoring Children of Prisoners initiative

  • 2003: Established Pima Partnership Properties, LLC

  • 2004: Established the Sin Puertas Adolescent Day Treatment program

  • 2005: Secured North Central Association accreditation for PPHS

  • 2006: Opened office in Phoenix, Arizona

  • 2007: Published Comprehensive Statewide Report on Children of Prisoners

  • 2008: Established Pima Partnership Academy (Grades 7-8)

  • 2009: Awarded two national Science and Service awards from SAMHSA

  • 2009: Opened Drug Abuse Treatment Program in the Republic of the Marshall Islands

  • 2011: Established Arizona Collegiate High School in Phoenix

  • 2012: Established permanent corporate headquarters at 924 N. Alvernon, Tucson

  • 2012: Added 6th grade to Pima Partnership Academy

  • 2016: Completed a corporate merger with COPE Community Services

  • 2016: Established Pima Partnership Performing Arts High School



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