• The Fantastic

    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
  • Open Doors Preschool Young Explorers

    Open Doors Preschool will support parents in building a foundation for life success through an integrated focus on academics, social skills, and family. Read More
  • 2013 - 2014 Annual Report

    The 2013-2014 year has been full of great success, and through this year AzYP continues to show resilience and heart. On behalf of our Board of Directors and staff, we thank you for your support and interest in AzYP. We are looking towards a bright future with new leadership and new opportunities. Read More
  • #DoingItRight
    New Grant

    Exciting news at Arizona Youth Partnership! AzYP was awarded 1 of 11 Competitive Abstinence Education grants in the country! Exciting news at AzYP! We have been awarded 1 of 11 Competitive Abstinence Education grants AzYP in collaboration with Pima Prevention Partnership will be reaching over 5000 youth Read More
  • Oro Valley Optimist Club

    Thanks to the Oro Valley Optimist Club for partnering with AzYP! Thanks to the Oro Valley Optimist Club for partnering with AzYP! The Oro Valley Optimist Club strives to "bring out the best in kids!" They have a positive approach and create a more optimistic future for kids. 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.

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  • Dominique Story +

    Dominique was working as a shift manager for Jack in the Box, and was ready to grow Read More
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    The boys and I are taking a family class hosted by Arizona Youth Partnership and last night Read More
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    Mike and Bisma, parents of three children, attended Strengthening Families Program with their eldest in the fall Read More
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    One parent stated, “Our house was so chaotic before, it is amazing how changing just a few Read More
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