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.

As part of Prevention Week (May 15-20,2020)  several of our Coalition staff are interviewing people in the community. Friday, May 15th, 2020 is the day to focus on Preventing Suicide. MaryAnne Fout, Community Initiatives Team Leader, and facilitator of our Youth Mental Health First Aid program had the opportunity to sit down with Teri, who wished to share her family experience with suicide. National Suicide Hotline  (800) 273-8255Community-Wide Crisis Line …

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- Prevention Week 2020 #3

As part of Prevention Week (May 15-20,2020)  several of our Coalition staff are interviewing people in the community regarding youth substance abuse.    Today, Leo Ventresca,  Prevention Coordinator in Bullhead City, AZ speaks with Ronny Jones, a Peer Support Specialist.  Ronny shared with Leo his story of drug abuse at a young age, and the things he feels may help youth stay away from substance abuse in the future.   For…

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- Prevention Week Story #2

As part of Prevention Week, the communities team has been interviewing members of the community to hear how substance abuse has affected them. Here is one families story. https://youtu.be/dvHUW1w4NQQ

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- Prevention Week Stories

Everyday we are developing new ways to deliver our programs! Here's a great story of how we have transitioned our WakeUp! Program to a virtual format! On April 4th, 2020 the Wake Up! Program had its first virtual Saturday class due to COVID-19.  The Wake Up! Program is a drug and alcohol educational diversion course for young people ages 10-22. The in-person Wake Up! program is held on the first…

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- Wake Up! Has gone virtual!
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