Building partnerships with young people, families and communities to improve their quality of life.
This program offers Adolescent Behavioral Health counseling services for youth from age 13-20, assisting to overcome substance use and/or mental health issues.
Established in 1995, the Pima County Teen Court (PCTC) a sentencing option for 12-17 year-old delinquent youths arrested for misdemeanors who have pled guilty. Teens choose to be sentenced by a jury of their peers instead of going through the Pima County Juvenile Court system.
Empowering youth and families through prevention and meaningful connections that promote ongoing healthy decisions. Our vision is a healthy and sustainable future for all youth.
Pima Prevention Partnership (PPP) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, and was founded in 1992. PPP has been creating conditions for change among youths, families, institutions, and community groups. The focus of PPP is to support and help underserved adolescents and their families, providing intervention, prevention, counseling, family strengthening and mentoring services.
In addition to the array of Youth and Family services PPP offers, we also work in tandem with our affiliating Middle and High Schools, in Tucson and Phoenix. The Partnership Schools operates three charter schools in Tucson and Phoenix for grades 6-12. Students are provided with individualized learning opportunities and the support necessary to build a foundation of knowledge and real-world application to improve their lives.
1477 W. Commerce Court
Tucson, AZ 85746
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday - Friday