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.

40 TOP (Teen Outreach) club participants at AmeriSchools Academy in Pima County conducted a food drive over the 2019 holiday season. Together,  they raised over 500 pounds of canned food. A portion of the canned foods were donated to families within the school, while the other 268 pounds were donated to the local food bank. The donation was so heavy, the food bank needed a forklift to transport it all!…

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- Wyman TOP Club has a successful food drive!

The Starting Out Right for Teen Parents (SORTP) program provides expectant and parenting youth with an innovative combination of pre- and post-natal supports—including case management, pregnancy and parenting education classes, home visits, and a companion mobile app—to increase their protective factors and reduce the risk of rapid repeat pregnancy. Arizona Youth Partnership plans to refine the SORTP model and conduct a formative evaluation of the program. The goals of this…

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- Office of Population Affairs Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program named the Starting Out Right for Teen Parents as a Successful Strategy!

The Copper Corridor Community Substance Abuse Coalition recently reported the results of a survey of community members to help them focus their efforts. The surveys took responses from Adult and Youth community members in the Globe and Superior area in March and April of 2019. Arizona Youth Partnership Coalition Coordinator Bridget Penate was excited to see the results of the survey to focus the work of the Coalition on items…

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- Survey reveals community perceptions on substance abuse, underage drinking in Copper Corridor Julie Glass

Utterback Middle Girls PE classes are participating in the 32 week Wyman Teen Outreach Program (TOP Club) As part of a lesson on bullying prevention, approximately 75 students created their own posters to hang around the campus. The object of the posters was to be a friendly reminder that their school is a No Bully Zone! I'm glad we are talking about bullying this year! 12 year old participant

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- Utterback TOP club creates Anti-Bullying Posters Julie Glass
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