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Community Resources


Sunset collaborates with multiple organizations to build a  healthier community. It is our passion to offer quality services to improve our families quality of life.

Yuma

Emergency:

Yuma Police Dept.: (928) 373-4700
Crisis Services: 24HR crisis hotline
Fire Dept.: (928) 373-4850
Nurse wise: 1-866-495-6735

Adult Literacy Plus of Southwest Arizona

825 S. Orange Avenue,
Yuma, AZ 85364

Jesse Figueroa
J.Figueroa@adultliteracyplus.org
(928) 343-9363

Adult Literacy Plus of Southwest Arizona is a full time advocate for adult literacy in Southwest Arizona.  As mentors, we change lives through outreach programs, workplace training, education, and tutoring. Our program facilitates success within the family, workplace, and community.

Arizona Counseling & Treatment Services

2545 S Arizona Ave # D1,
Yuma, AZ 85364

Rosa Rincon
rrincon@actsaz.com
(928) 750-1596

Acts provides a continuum of comprehensive behavioral health care services, therapy, support, case management, consoling, and education and medication services for substance use.

Catholic Community Services

690 East 32nd Street
Yuma, AZ 85365

Ezita Mendez
emendez@ccs-westaz.org
(928) 341-9400

In collaboration with people of many beliefs, provides health and human services to individual and families in need with supportive, adult day health care program and healing programs.

Crossroads Mission

944 South Arizona Ave
Yuma, AZ 85364

Barba Rochester
brochester@crossroadsmission.org
(928) 783-9362

The purpose of Crossroads Mission is to help disabled, disadvantaged, and disenfranchised individuals and families achieve a better quality of life! Food travel packs, case management, clothing vouchers, showers, meals, GED.

Easter Seals Blake Foundation

2603 South 4th Avenue
Yuma, AZ 85354

Raquel Muñoz-Aguirre
rmunoz@blake.easterseals.com
(928)276-9225 Ext. 5101

Their main focus is to assist children with special needs and their families. Provides services for children from birth to 4 years with special needs or at risk of developmental delays. Services include personal home visits of 60 to 90 minutes, developmental health, vision and hearing screenings, monthly group connections and referrals to community.

First Things First

233 South 2nd Avenue
Yuma, AZ 85364

Nena Garcia
mgarcia@azftf.gov
(928) 343-3020
(602)708-4935

Helps parents understand that healthy parenting practices during early childhood are critical for children’s positive development and to provide information and resources that prepare parents to make informed decisions about the care and development of their young children.

The Salvation Army

600 W. Catalina Dr.
Yuma AZ, 85364

Marina Casarez
Marina.casarez@usw.salvationarmy.org
(928)783-0181

The Salvation Army's strategic voice to advocate for human dignity and social justice with the world's poor and oppressed. The services available are Emergency Food, Clothing & Furniture voucher. APS & Southwest Gas assistance, Bus Tickets, Gas Vouchers, Family Worship Services, Sunday School, Youth Programs, Teen night, and Women’s/Men’s Group.

SMILE - Independent Living and Empowerment

1929 S. Arizona Avenue Ste.11
Yuma, AZ 85364

Shawnnita Miranda/Humberto Rios
shawnnita@smile-az.org
Bert@smile-az.org
(928) 329-6681

S.M.I.L.E. is a Yuma based non-profit organization that provides various services for people with disabilities. Some of the most common ones: Home modifications, job development, work incentives, peer mentoring, advocacy & blind service program.

YPIC Yuma Private Industry Council

3834 W. 16th Street
Yuma, AZ 85364
MLK Youth Center

Patrick Goetz, Businesses Service Manager
LBlackthunder@ypic.com
(928) 329- 0990
(928) 783-9347

A private non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide job seeker and employer services in the Yuma County labor market Workforce development and career resources.

WACOG

1235S. Redondo Center Dr.
Yuma, AZ 85365

Adriana Favela
AdrianaF@WACOG.com

Mike Handerson
MikeH@WACOG.com

Carmen Gontes
CarmenG@WACOG.com

(928) 782-1886

WACOG works on a broad range of issues and programs including: the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Community Services Block Grant (CSBG), Head Start, Low-Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP), Nutrition, Services for Older Americans, Social Service Block Grant (SSBG), Transit and Transportation, Tax and Income Policies, Weatherization Assistance, and Welfare Reform.

Somerton

Emergency:

Somerton Police Dept. & Somerton Fire Dept.: (928) 722-7300
Crisis Services: 24HR crisis hotline
Nurse wise: 1-866-495-6735

Campesinos Sin Fronteras

143 N. State Avenue
Somerton, AZ 85350

Laura Ramirez
lramirez@campesinossinfronteras.org

(928) 627-5995

Services are provided to all community including farm working families, new immigrants, and individuals with low income families to improve quality of life: woman with type 2 diabetes, housing rehabilitation and counseling, assistance for eligible homeowners, Behavioral Health, prevent substance abuse among youth, Income Tax Services, and Public Notary.

Chicanos Por La Causa

308 W. Main St.
Somerton, AZ

Ramona Corrales
Ramona.corrales@cplc.org

(928) 627-2042

Immigration Services: Among Others: Family/relative petitions, Adjusted of Status, Citizenships (naturalized or derived), Renewals of residence cards, Renewals of employment authorization cards, Replacement of citizenship certificates.

Additional services: Birth certificate requests, completion of American Passport applications translations of documents in Spanish, notary services (we notarize signatures with valid I.D.) & Residence letters.


Cocopah Alcohol & Drug Abuse

9803 Veterans Place
Somerton, AZ 85350

(928) 627-2161

Programs with a primary focus on substance abuse treatment and drug rehab. Tribe Member only.

PPEP, INC

201 North Bingham Ave
Somerton, AZ 85350

Jesse Lopez
jlopez3@ppep.org

(928) 627-3203

Service are provided Free to farm worker and their dependents who: Are legal aliens or US Citizens & can show proof of residency. Have a wage-earner, who worked 25 days or earned $800 or more from farm work within the past 24 months. Meet low income guidelines. If male, are registered with Selective Service. Services include: Vocational Assessment & Vocational Training.

Precious Treasures

492 E Main St.
Somerton, AZ 85350

Natalie Galaviz
precioustreasuresmission@gmail.com

(928) 627-3640

Precious Treasures Mission is a non-profit organization. Revenue from our thrift store is used to fund our after school program and youth center.

Somerton Library

240 Canal Street
Somerton, AZ 85350

&Ecute;rica Bustamante
ebustamante@yumalibrary.com

(928) 627-2149

The library-offers free classes to become US Citizen, computers usage, and rooms for meetings for non-profit organizations. English classes have a fee and they meet twice a week for three months.

Somerton Adult Education

400 N César Chavez Ave
Somerton, AZ 85350

Adriana Perez
somertonadulted@ssd11.org

(928) 341-6714

Somerton Adult Education will provide quality learning opportunities in English Language Acquisition, Adult Basic and Secondary Education, and Civics/Citizenship Preparation to a culturally and socio-economically diverse population. Recognizing that there are barriers to lifelong learning, the Consortium will recognize and address there barriers by providing guidance for employment opportunities, job training, personal enrichment and continuing education.

Somerton Senior Center

245 S Bingham Ave
Somerton, AZ 85350

Francisca Alvarez
franciscaalvarez@somertonaz.gov

(928) 627-9878

The Desert Valley Senior Center is open Monday thru Friday from 7:00am to 2:00pm. The center consists of physical activities, local field trips, arts and craft, singing and dancing, playing games, breakfast and lunch served daily.Blood pressure check-ups provided by the Somerton Fire Department.

WIC

350-B Main ST
Somerton, AZ 85350

Wendy Cano
wendycano@yumacountyaz.gov

(928) 317-4500

WIC provides nutrition education and breastfeeding support services, supplemental nutritious foods and referrals to health and social services. WIC serves pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women; infants; and children under the age of five who are determined to be at nutritional risk. The WIC Program is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture.

YMCA Youth Center

235 West Canal Street
Somerton, AZ 85350

Edith Benavides
Edith.benavides@vosymca.org

(928) 627-7024

With a focus on safety, health, social growth and academic enhancement, Y afterschool programs serve kindergartners through middle school students with a variety of programmatic and activity options to explore and develop their interests and talents ages.

Yuma Community Food Bank - distribution in Somerton

805 W Main St,
Somerton, AZ 85350

Maria Sanders
www.yumafoodbank.org

(928) 343-1243

Commodity Supplemental Food Program-It’s a service for seniors of age 60 years or older. Elderly applying must bring and ID, prove of residence, prove of income, and fill out an application

San Luis

Emergency:

San Luis Police Dept.: (928) 341-2420
Crisis Services: 24HR crisis hotline
San Luis Fire Dept.: (928) 341-8550
Nurse wise 1-866-495-6735

APS

801 S 2nd Ave
San Luis, AZ 85349

(928) 627-2348

APS-only offers an Energy Support Program (E-3) is for client with low income. Client need to go to the office and pick up an application to fill out and mail out. You have to apply yearly.

Campesinos Sin Fronteras

800 E. Juan Sanchez Blvd
San Luis, AZ 85349

Rosa Guerra
rguerra@campesinossinfronteras.org

Phone: (928) 627-1060
Fax: (928) 627-9873

Services are provided to all community including farm working families, new immigrants, and individuals with low income families to improve quality of life: woman with type 2 diabetes, housing rehabilitation and counseling, assistance for eligible homeowners, Behavioral Health, prevent substance abuse among youth, Income Tax Services, and Public Notary.

City of San Luis Police Department

1090 E Union St
San Luis, AZ 85349

Officer Luis Marquez
www.cityofsanluis.org

Phone: (928) 341-2420
Fax: (928) 341-8549

Only for people who really need it because they do not have that many car seats available. The person who will be given the car seat has to attend a class and it is only given once a month.

City of San Luis Utility Department of Water

1090 E Union St
San Luis, AZ 85349

Olivia Jenkins
www.cityofsanluis.org

Phone: (928) 341-8570
Fax: (928) 341-8549

Utility Water bill- to reduce your bill payment the requirements are: 60+, bill has to be on your name, ID, and fill out an application.

Comite De Bien Estar, INC

963 B Street
San Luis, AZ 85349

Maria Aguirre
bfr_maguirre@comitea.org

Phone:(928) 627- 8559
Fax:(928) 627-90269

Comite de Bien Estar works to empower moderate to low-income families in the community, by helping them overcome the many barriers they face, including very low wages, little access to conventional financing and limited political representation.

Community Legal Services, INC

845 E B Street
San Luis, AZ 85349

Rosa Varela
rvarela@clsaz.org

Phone:(928) 627-8023
Toll free: 1-800-356-7115

Community Legal Service, Farmworker Program, handles various civil cases. It does not handle criminal cases. Examples of civil cases handled by our office include: Employment problems, Housing, migrant education, worker’s benefits, public benefits, and income tax issues.

PPEP, INC

731 N 1st St.
San Luis, AZ 85349

Gudelia Rodriguez
mrodriguez@ppep.org

Phone: (928) 627-3203
(928) 287-5149
Fax: (928) 627-8637

Service are provided Free to farm worker and their dependents who:

Are legal aliens or US Citizens & can show proof of residency. Have a wage-earner, who worked 25 days or earned $800 or more from farm work within the past 24 months. Meet low income guidelines. If male, are registered with Selective Service. Services include: Vocational Assessment & Vocational Training.


San Luis Library

1075 N 6th Ave
San Luis, AZ 85349

Blanca Garcia
bgarica@yumalibrary.com

(928) 627-8344

The library-offers free classes to become US Citizen, computers usage, and rooms for meetings for non-profit organizations.

English classes have a fee and they meet twice a week for three months.


San Luis Senior Center

790 E Juan Sanchez Blvd
San Luis, AZ 85349

Araceli De la Hoya

928-341-8582

  • Educational Courses & Activities- Daily games of bingo, domino, and pool, Math classes, sewing classes taught by Maria Teresa Varela Spanish classes
  • Assistance to seniors with documentation, translations, and filling all sorts of applications.
  • Services Maximizing Independent Living & Empowerment (SMILE) and Darryl B. Long assists with Social Security issues.
  • Blood pressure check-ups provided by the Fire Department
  • Food bank distribution
  • Medicare applications and prescription assistance with Olivia Kelly
  • Transportation around the City of San Luis

Yuma Community Food Bank (San Luis Senior Center)

2404 E 24th St.
Yuma, AZ 85364

Maria Sanders
www.yumafoodbank.org

(928) 343-1243

Commodity Supplemental Food Program-It’s a service for seniors of age 60 years or older. Elderly applying must bring and ID, prove of residence, prove of income, and fill out an application.

Emergency Food Box-person needs to fill out an application, bring ID, and prove of residence.


Wellton

Emergency:

Wellton Police Dept.: (928) 785-4887
Crisis Services: 24HR crisis hotline
Fire Dept.: (928) 785-3340
Nurse wise: 1-866-495-6735

Wellton Library

28790 San Jose Ave.
Wellton, AZ 85356

Carol Finfrock
cfinfrock@yumalibrary.org

(928) 785-9575

Yuma County Library District is your center for information, community enrichment, recreational reading, and lifelong learning.

WACOG Wellton Head Start

29126 San Jose Ave.
Wellton, AZ 85356

Brenda Bowman
brendab@wacog.com

(928) 785-4118

Nonprofit early childhood educational program.

Arizona Counseling & Treatment Services, LLC.

10318 Williams Street.
Wellton, AZ 85356

Autumn Morga
amorga@actsaz.com

(928) 750-1596

Acts provides a continuum of comprehensive behavioral health care services, therapy, support, case management, consoling, education and medication services for substance use.

Arizona Western College

28851 County 12th St.
Wellton, AZ 85356

Judy Simmons
Josefina.uriate@azwestern.edu

(928) 785-4175

Arizona Western College offers educational, career, and lifelong learning opportunities through innovative partnerships which enhance the lives of people.

Parks And Recreation

28634 Oakland Ave.
Wellton, AZ 85356

sjones@town.wellton.az.us

(928) 785-3348

Parks and Recreation offers everything from small group fitness classes, swim lessons, activities for older adults and sports activities for all ages.

Locations / Hours

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SAN LUIS MEDICAL
Medical: (928) 627-3822
Pharmacy: (928) 373-5757
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SAN LUIS DENTAL
Dental: (928) 627-8584
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YUMA MEDICAL
Medical: (928) 819-8999
Pharmacy: (928) 819-8941
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NORTH YUMA MEDICAL
Medical: (928) 539-3140
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SOMERTON MEDICAL
Medical: (928) 627-2051
Pharmacy: (928) 627-1607
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SOMERTON DENTAL
Dental: (928) 627-8806
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WELLTON MEDICAL
Medical: (928) 785-3256
Pharmacy: (928) 785-3256
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WELLTON DENTAL
Medical: (928) 785-8808
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Locations

Yuma - 24th St building-yuma24 2060 W. 24th Street
Yuma, AZ 85364
(928) 819-8999 - Medical
(928) 819-8941 - Pharmacy
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North Yuma building-yumaB 675 S. Avenue B
Yuma, AZ 85364
(928) 539-3140
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Somerton building-somerton 115 N. Somerton Avenue
PO Box 538
Somerton, AZ 85350
(928) 627-2051 - Medical
(928) 627-8806 - Dental
(928) 627-1607 - Pharmacy
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San Luis building-sanluis 815 E. Juan Sánchez Blvd.
PO Box 2017
San Luis, AZ 85349
(928) 627-3822 - Medical
(928) 373-5757 - Pharmacy
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San Luis Dental building-sanluis 801 N. 2nd Avenue
PO Box 2017
San Luis, AZ 85349
(928) 627-8584
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Wellton building-wellton 10425 Williams Street
P.O. Box 686
Wellton, AZ 85356
(928) 785-3256 Medical
(928) 785-8008 Dental
(928) 785-3256 Pharmacy
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