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.

The Arizona Self Help website is a project of the Arizona Community Action Association. The website is a free and easy way to find out if you family can get help from over 40 different health and human services programs. http://arizonaselfhelp.org/

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- Arizona Self Help

The Hobbies not Habits event was held on March 7th at Mohave County Community College in Lake Havasu. The FREE event was attended by over 500 people! The event, produced by Arizona Youth Partnership, in conjunction with Mohave Community College, Student Activities Council, and the Yadah Coalition featured several different activities, where kids and their parents could learn different hobbies. There were activity stations ranging from arts and crafts, to…

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- Hobbies not Habits event helps youth find alternatives to substance abuse

This lovely blog post was written by Joan M Silver, LMFT. "I was in Fry's this morning (still no toilet paper) and felt like I was in another realm of reality.  The bewilderment and determination on everyone's face along with the shared understanding glances was something I have never experienced in my lifetime.  Whatever you are feeling is "NORMAL"     Together we will get through this.     " WHAT TO EXPECT:…

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- Taking Care During This Unsettling Time

The Harbor House shelter in Kingman, Arizona was thrilled to be gifted 5 quilts for the shelter in December. Jonathan Allred, 16, made the quilts as part of his Eagle Scout project. Allred, a sophomore at Lee Williams High School was able to present the quilts during the Holiday Open house at the shelter on December 17th. Harbor House, a program of Arizona Youth Partnership began in 2012. The main…

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- Eagle Scout donates quilts to Kingman Shelter
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