• CFC
    Approved

    We are happy to announce that Arizona Youth Partnership is now an approved charity on the 2014 Combined Federal Campaign. AzYP is now an approved charity on the2014 Combined Federal Campaign. Pledges can now be made by Federal civilian, postal and military donors. Read More
  • AzYP Receives
    $4000

    Arizona Youth Partnership received an additional $4,000 for coming in first place for the Most Unique Donors for Rural Organizations for coming in first place for the Most Unique Donors for Rural Organizations on Arizona Gives Day, April 9, 2014. The $4,000 bonus prize was sponsored by FreePort McMoran Read More
  • Lake Havasu's
    Teen Break

    The Young Adult Development Association of Havasu (YADAH) recently hosted a booth at Lake Havasu City's Teen Break. YADAH recently hosted a booth at Lake Havasu City's Teen Break. This event is hosted during the heaviest week of Spring Break for Lake Havasu City's tourist season. Read More
  • Highway to the
    Dangerzone.

    12 friends running 200(ish) miles, day and night, relay-style, through some of the most scenic desert terrain. Some call it a slumber party without sleep, pillows or deodorant. We call it a Ragnar Relay Add in crazy runners, inside jokes and a mild case of sleep deprivation. The result? Some call it a slumber party without sleep. We call it a Ragnar Relay. Read More
  • AzYP Receives
    $15,000 Grant

    Arizona Youth Partnership received funding from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety in the amount of $15,000 AzYP received funding from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety This will help support and expand the Wake Up! Program. Read More
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About AzYP

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Arizona Youth Partnership (AzYP), was founded in 1990 by a group of concerned Pima County citizens who sought to provide rural communities in the county access to the services available in the Tucson metro area.  In 2006, AzYP expanded to serve rural communities across Arizona and seeks employ a root cause approach to fighting poverty builds healthy, self-sufficient youth and families through evidence-based prevention programs and community involvement.

Our Upcoming Events

  • Strengthening Families Marana

People are Saying

  • Dominique Story +

    Dominique was working as a shift manager for Jack in the Box, and was ready to grow Read More
  • SFP Parent +

    The boys and I are taking a family class hosted by Arizona Youth Partnership and last night Read More
  • Mike and Bisma +

    Mike and Bisma, parents of three children, attended Strengthening Families Program with their eldest in the fall Read More
  • One Parent +

    One parent stated, “Our house was so chaotic before, it is amazing how changing just a few Read More
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Ragnar 2014

Donated amount $7,718.00

General Fund

Donated amount $380.00
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