2590 N Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ 85712 www.ourfamilyservices.org

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Organizations Filed Purposes: Our mission is to eliminate homelessness and strengthen our community. We do this by: providing stability in times of crisis, linking people to support and resources, supporting social connectedness, engaging our neighbors to tackle tough community issues, and acknowledge combating systemic inequities through policies and advocacy. Our Family Services has been helping to make the Tucson community a better place to live, to grow up, and to grow older since 1953. Today's Our Family was founded through the merger of Family Counseling Agency and Our Town Family Center in 2005. Since that time, two additional organizations have joined the Our Family umbrella programs including Information and Referral Services in 2009 and New Beginnings for Women and Children in 2012. Together, our programs have a combined history of more than 150 years of service to Tucson and surrounding Pima County.As a blended organization, Our Family provides a diverse array of services to achieve our mission.

Our Family Services' mission is to eliminate homelessness and strengthen our community.

Homeless Youth Services: Services include the 14-bed Reunion House shelter for homeless and abused teens, street and community-based outreach, and a variety of rapid re-housing and affordable housing programs for young adults and teen parents. Our Family provided a safe home and the opportunity to escape homelessness for 383 youth and had 4,227 outreach contacts. We also met with an additional 1,846 community members through our Street Outreach program.

Family Housing: Services include homelessness prevention assistance, family shelter, and a variety of rapid re-housing, transitional housing, and affordable housing programs for families and victims of human trafficking. In total, Our Family provided a safe home and the opportunity to escape homelessness for 220 families last year and housing for 1,149 youth and young adults.

Community Services: Programs include The Center for Community Dialogue and Training and Information and Referral Services. The Center provides a robust menu of services designed to help southern Arizonans improve their communication and resolve conflict. For Information and Referral services, Our Family partners with Phoenix-based Crisis Response Network to collaboratively manage 2-1-1 Arizona, a statewide resource directory through which Arizonans can access thousands of local community, health, and social service programs 24 hours/day by dialing 2-1-1 on their telephone or visiting www.211arizona.org. In 2019, southern Arizonans made 76,402 resource requests through 2-1-1 Arizona.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Beth MorrisonCEO40$110,740
Joan HubeleCFO40$76,625
Jason ZeiderDirector1$0
Ann VentolaDirector1$0
Estella Rivera-VarelaDirector1$0
Jessica HayesDirector1$0
Julian EasterDirector1$0
Kathleen DostalikDirector1$0
Peter DelucaDirector1$0
Larry CochranDirector1$0
Whitney ClarkDirector1$0
Joseph ChimientiDirector1$0
Andrea CarmichaelDirector1$0
Michael BealsSecretary/Treasurer1$0
Geneva EscobedoVice Chair/Governance Chair1$0
Hazel HeinzerBoard Chair1$0

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