The Santa Cruz Project provides supportive intervention/counseling through case management services to families with low income.
What We Do:
SCP provides supportive intervention/counseling to individuals/families
through case management services. The main intervention is a home visit
or accompanying clients to service appointments. Services may include:
Guidance counseling and emotional support
Referrals to other agencies for needed services
Advocating for services and benefits for clients
Accompanying clients to appointments (e.g., teacher conferences and health care providers)
a potential social support system with the individual family,
neighborhood, church or other community based organization.
For more information contact:
Those We Serve:
individual (18 years old or over) who are residents of Pima County are
eligible for services. There is no charge for these services.
The SCP serves low-income clients in the city of Tucson, City of South Tucson and Pima County.
Santa Cruz Project networks with twenty-five to thirty agencies and
community organizations. For some examples St. Vincent De Paul
Society-628-7837; John Valenzuela Youth Center-792-3410; CSS
Immigration and Citizenship Program-623-0344 Ext. 1009. (And other CSS
Santa Cruz Project accepts cash donations. This program needs clothing,
furniture and other household items. The Santa Cruz Project accepts new
or used items. The items should be new or in good, clean condition.
Sister M.T. Apalategui, O.P., Program Director at 623-0344 Ext. 1056 or at