ICS now serves more than 60,000 people each year. From a nutritious meal, to job counseling that helps an out-of-work breadwinner regain sustainable employment, to rides to the doctor’s office, to assistance with mail, bills or small home repairs for clients who can no longer see or achieve mobility, ICS meets essential needs in very practical ways
The Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) Caregiver Support Program (CSP) offers clinical services to caregivers of eligible and covered Veterans enrolled in the VA health care system. The program’s mission is to promote the health and well-being of family caregivers who care for our Nation’s Veterans, through education, resources, support, and services. There is a CSP team CSP Team Locator located at every VA facilities .
VA Southern Arizona health care is grateful for the continued support of volunteers, donors, and other community partners. Through this generosity we can supplement Veteran services and increase the quality of care to America’s Heroes. The Center for Development and Civic Engagement (CDCE) at VA Southern Arizona health care manages all volunteers, oversees donations, and facilitates community partnerships and related philanthropic engagement. Monetary and non-monetary donations are used for the comfort and welfare of our Veterans. Just as the gift of time from a volunteer is needed, non-monetary items such as personal care items are also appreciated. Our list of needs changes often, so please contact us to discuss accepted donations before dropping anything off.
The Southern Arizona VA Health Care System (SAVAHCS) Fisher House located on the campus of the Tucson VA Medical Center provides a "home away from home" for loved ones of Veterans or Active Duty personnel receiving inpatient care from the Tucson VA.
The VA Police are the armed and uniformed federal law enforcement service of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). VA Police are responsible for the protection of VA Medical Centers (VAMCs) and other facilities such as Community-Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs), Health Care Centers (HCCs), annexes, and other facilities operated by VA.
The Patriots Pantry is a program to help reduce food insecurity in the veteran community client base at the main hospital campus. The program is run by the dietitians and diet technicians at the Southern Arizona VA Health Care System. The program is supported by donations of food from several organizations including the Sunflower Community Veterans Club. The donation of food should be shelf stable items.
Our Mission: To enrich the lives of people with special needs using equine assisted activities and therapies to improve physical, mental, social, and emotional well-being. Our Vision: To use the power of the human/horse connection to heal individuals of all abilities.
Honor Flight Southern Arizona provides WWII, Vietnam and Korean War Veterans the opportunity to see their national memorials in Washington DC. These are the men and women who availed themselves in a national effort to keep America safe from foreign threats and It is now our responsibility to keep them from being forgotten, and to thank them for a job they did so long ago.
The Marana community has a Veterans group that meets monthly; Marana Veterans Club. This is the group page for the Marana Veterans Club of Marana, AZ. The purpose of this group is to inform club members and our supporters of our club activities. We meet every month, on the 3rd Sunday, at the Continental Ranch Community Center, 8881 N Coachline Blvd., from 1600 to 1800.
Tucson Veterans Serving Veterans (TVSV) is a voluntary association meeting the needs of Tucson and Southern Arizona veterans since 2003. We are members of federal, state, local government and private agencies working along with Veteran service organizations which serve Veterans in need. Through collaborative effort, we provide outreach, education, networking, and referral services addressing employment, benefits, health, and housing. We also provide peer and moral support to military Veterans and other eligible persons. Our goal is enabling Veterans to achieve independence and self-sufficiency.
American Gold Star Mothers, Inc. is registered in the United States Patent Office, Legislative Branch of the United States Congressional Library and the United States World Book Almanac. The original copy of the Federal Charter granted to the American Gold Star Mothers, Inc. was placed in the Archives of Congress. One June 12th, 1984 the Ninety-Eighth Congress of the United States granted the American Gold Star Mothers, Inc. a charter. Sec. 3 lists the objects and purposes for which the corporation is organized, shall be those provided in its articles of incorporation, and shall include a continuing commitment, on a national basis.
The Arizona Veterans' Memorial Cemetery Foundation, Inc. at Marana is committed to the continued enhancement and beautification of projects inside the Arizona Veterans' Memorial Cemetery - Marana grounds. The Foundation depends solely on contributions from the generosity of community and civic organizations, businesses and corporations, grants, and caring individuals.