Tucson Indian Center
In existence for more than 55 years, the Tucson Indian Center is open to the public and serves all Native American and Alaska Native people regardless of tribal heritage. The Tucson Indian Center serves children, adolescents, adults and elders, and is developing more programming for families. For decades, the Center has offered youth and elderly programs, job services, adult and youth education programs, cultural activities, and emergency assistance.
The Center provides a range of social services, health, and wellness programs and services:
- Food boxes
- Legal Assistance
- Financial Literacy Program
- Diaper Bank
- Cultural Events
- Job Fair
- Native American Family Wellness Day
- Workforce programs
- Native Summer Youth Program
*Eligibility varies by type of program. Most services require proof of tribal enrollment and Tucson residency. Some Programs have income or other criteria.
- Address: 160 N. Stone, Tucson, AZ 85701
- Phone: 520-884-7131
- Hours: M-F, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm