The Building Bridges program serves youth 13-21 years of age who are homeless or at-risk for experiencing homelessness and experiencing substance misuse.
The program aims to: a) increase safety and security for youth in assisting them to take steps toward meeting basic needs and developing a community safety net, b) reduce general life problems and substance use, and c) increase community re-engagement as evidenced by school attendance and/or employment.
Program participants work 1-on-1 with a Pathways Coach to:
Develop goals and identify needs
Address life challenges
Receive tailored services based on individual needs
Coordinate services to address youth substance abuse, physical and mental health
Provide life skills coaching and workshops
Utilizing evidence-based curricula, participant outcomes include:
Independent and critical thinking skills
Transitional living resources and skills
Effective communication skills
For more information on the Building Bridges program contact: Lisa Teyechea at 520-791-2711 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Bizanteen Bike Shop
The Bizanteen Bike Shop is a large component of the Building Bridges program that provides individual and group training in bicycle safety, repair, maintenance, and building. Bizanteen Bikes aims to increase participant knowledge in riding safety and provide hands-on learning tools in an effort to teach youth valuable soft and hard skills.
The program refurbishes bikes for program participants and provides retail opportunities for the community. Bizanteen Bikes partners with the local community and accepts bicycles and bicycle parts donations.
For more information on Bizanteen Bikes contact Olu Fordham at (520) 791-2711 or email@example.com
Referral > Assessment > Service
We offer a wide variety of services, which are based on intake. For example, youths may need help with securing stable housing, enrolling in a school, or participating in job training.
How to Get Help
We accept referrals from community agencies, parents/caregivers, juvenile court, schools and self-referrals. Please contact us for more information and support at 520.791.2711, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Or you can complete the form below.
For more information, please contact:
Pima Prevention Partnership
1346 N. Stone Ave, Bldg 2
Tucson, AZ 85705
520.791.2711 (Office main line)