|The following resources may provide assistance in planning and developing community and education outreach programming: |
Area Agency on Aging: is part of a national network of organizations established to respond to the needs of older adults. Plans, coordinates, develops and delivers services for seniors (60 years and older), persons of any age who are HIV positive, adults (18-59 years) with disabilities and long-term care needs and family caregivers of older adults.
Artability: an organization that acts as a bridge between arts organizations and the disability community by providing technical advice and information on developing and promoting accessible events and spaces
Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence: Mission is to increase public awareness about the issue of Domestic Violence, enhance the safety of and services for Domestic Violence victims, and reduce the incidence of Domestic Violence in Arizona families.
Arizona Commission on the Arts: offers statewide grants programs that can be used to to match POAC project grants.
Arts Education Partnership: a national coalition of arts, education, business, philanthropic and government organizations that demonstrate and promote the essential role of the arts in the learning and development of every child.
Business Volunteers for the Arts: a volunteer matching program that pairs business professionals with arts organizations in many disciplines to accomplish skills-based consulting projects. The program helps business volunteers channel their expertise into projects that help arts organizations improve their business practices and succeed in fulfilling their mission.
Casa: Center for Prevention of Abuse and Violence. Casa’s mission is to provide quality prevention and treatment programs that reduce the impact of abuse and violence, particularly among women and children; and raise public awareness of abuse and violence while advocating for social change.
Phoenix Demographics Characteristics: The latest Phoenix demographic information from the U.S. Census, including General, Social, Economic, and Housing characteristics.
Community Centers: offer a wide variety of programs and activities for all ages. The centers also have rooms available to rent for activities.
Crises Nursery: mission: to break the cycle of child abuse and neglect by strengthening families and addressing the social, psychological and developmental needs of each child.
Family Services Centers: provide services that promote self-sufficiency to eligible adults and families. Centers operate in partnership with public and private agencies to provide a comprehensive array of onsite services for low-income Phoenix residents.
Libraries: a directory of 17 City of Phoenix libraries, contact numbers and hours of operation.
Homeless Services: The Human Services Department Community Services Division plans and coordinates services for people that are homeless throughout the city of Phoenix.
Links to Area Arts Organization Web-sites: visit Phoenix area arts organizations' websites to learn about their mission, events and activities.
Senior Centers: designed to involve elder participants in activities that prevent isolation, withdrawal and loneliness.
Senior and Disabled Housing Facilities: provides and promotes diversified living environments and services for seniors and people with disabilities at five complexes in the City of Phoenix. Site management and the Resident Council join together to provide social, educational, recreational and musical events for residents.
Youth and Educational Programs: Links to City of Phoenix programs serving youth.