PROVIDING PATHWAYS OUT OF POVERTY
Each year, our programs impact more than 8,000 individuals and families living in Southern Arizona. For many men, women, and families who are homeless, the first step to getting off the streets is connecting with us. Through partnerships with volunteers, neighborhoods, and a wide variety of community-based organizations, businesses, and public entities; we offer four areas of support:
SURVIVAL – People in need find immediate relief and shelter through our emergency services programs as they recover from economic crisis and are assisted with acquiring the information and skills needed to live independently and offset future crises.
STABILITY – Participants transition to a stable lifestyle by providing safe, affordable housing and steady employment.
SECURITY – Financial education, asset-building services, and homeownership opportunities are available for participants seeking long-term financial empowerment.
SUSTAINABILITY – Committed to social and economic justice, we strengthen resident leadership and integrate community building and engagement activities in targeted areas to revitalize neighborhoods.
For many men, women, and families who are homeless, the first step to getting off the streets is connecting to one of Primavera’s emergency services programs where they will find immediate relief and shelter as they recover from economic crisis. These programs often serve as the first stepping-stone out of poverty, assisting people to acquire the information and skills needed to live independently and offset future crises.
- Homeless Intervention and Prevention Services
- Casa Paloma Women's Program
- Men's Shelter
- Greyhound Family Shelter
- Casa Paloma Women's Program
Primavera helps men, women, and families who are homeless transition to a stable lifestyle by providing safe, affordable housing and steady employment.
- Las Abuelitas Family Housing and Community Center
- Alamo Apartments
- Las Casitas Apartments
- Catalina House
- Five Points
- Winstel Terrace Apartments
- Women in Transition (WIT)
- Job Readiness Skills
- Temporary and Permanent Employment
- Drug Treatment Alternative to Prison (DTAP)
- Water Harvesting
Primavera provides a variety of financial education and asset-building services, including incentive-based savings plans as it partners with individuals and families seeking long term financial empowerment.
- Financial Coaching and Credit Repair
- Financial Empowerment and Homeownership Opportunities
- Her Family Program
- Homebuyer Education and Housing Counseling
- Affordable Homeownership Opportunities
- Post-Purchase Education
Primavera’s commitment to social and economic justice in the context of vibrant and revitalized neighborhoods has challenged the organization to integrate its neighborhood revitalization and community engagement activities. The strategy is to integrate community development and community engagement by strengthening resident leadership development and organizing across sectors with multiple community partners in targeted neighborhoods.
- Community Development and Planning
- Multi-Family Rental Housing
- Green Initiatives