Our Impact

Each year, AZYP serves over 10,000 individual youth and adults providing education, skills and programming to prevent teen pregnancy, substance use, youth homelessness, academic failure, and family challenges.  

Here’s some facts about Arizona Youth Partnership

Check out last year’s annual report for more information on our impact.  

10, 000 Youth Served Per Year
18 Programs 8 Different Types of Programs
8 Active Community Coalitions
12 Locations Throughout Arizona
3 Homeless Shelters
80 Employees
One Charter School
30 Years 1990 - 2020
25+ Community Partners
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Real Stories

Testimonials from just a few of our valuable program participants, educators, and community members.

We are so proud to share the curriculum of Active Parenting in Gila County https://www.paysonroundup.com/news/education/frazzled-family---active-parenting-classes-are-free-and-online/article_62b647e4-dfde-5d77-8bc0-0de306a3225a.html

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- Check out our parenting classes featured in the Payson Roundup!

https://www.firstthingsfirst.org/resources/parenting-during-coronavirus/

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- Parenting During Coronavirus resources

(Tucson, AZ – January 1, 2021)   Help & Hope for YOUth, the youth mental health initiative started in 2018 by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Southern Arizona, will now be an initiative of Arizona Youth Partnership. Arizona Youth Partnership will create the opportunity for statewide expansion of the initiative and provide infrastructure support for the Help & Hope for YOUth Alliance, currently with over 50 members from Pima,…

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- Help & Hope for YOUth Transfers to Arizona Youth Partnership

Illicit Fentanyl (non-prescription NOT manufactured in a legal pharmaceutical facility) abuse is on the rise on Arizona, in epidemic proportions.  It is extremely dangerous and much more powerful than other drugs.  Pills are being found in our communities across Arizona and there is no way to tell by looking at them what they contain.  Fentanyl is being added to other street drugs to increase their potency and drive addiction.  Agencies…

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- Illicit Fentanyl Pills Circulating in Arizona
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