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Arizona End of Life Care Partnership Contact  · 520-903-3937
Helpline for Older Adults  · 520-790-7262

Our Partner Resources

Our Partners provide vital end-of-life resources for our community. While this is not an exhaustive list of community resources, it represents the amazing work of our Partnership along the continuum of life, illness, and planning.

 

United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona

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• Serves as the anchor organization for the End of Life Care Partnership.
• Provides Partnership leadership through planning and development, broad communication, marketing, public relations, member management, strategic planning and expansion.
• For more information, please call Jill Putt at 520-903-3937.
• Sarah Ascher, Senior Director
Jill Putt, Operations Director
Michelle Urbina, Grants Management Specialist
Alysha Ramirez Hall, Data Scientist
Email AZEOLCP@unitedwaytucson.org


All Seasons Oro Valley

all seasons oro valley

• A rental-only senior living resort-style complex focusing on the individual needs of the residents.
• Offers independent living, home care services, assisted living, and memory care with multiple options, including apartments and individual homes.
• For more information, please call 520-808-0006.


Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association

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• Provides Thoughtful Life Conversations™  workshop trainings for advance care planning.
• Provides physicians and health care team training regarding Communication in Serious Illness.
• For more information, please call 602-445-4312.


Banner-University Medical Center

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Specializes in comprehensive heart and cancer care, advanced neuroscience techniques, care and treatment for stroke, and multi-organ transplants.
Southern Arizona's only Level I Trauma Center which provides care for the most critically injured patients. Certified Primary Stroke Center that begins care in the emergency room and continues throughout the hospital stay.
For more information, please call 520-694-0111.


Casa de la Luz

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Provides end-of-life care in Southern Arizona by offering hospice, community palliative care, and extensive bereavement services.
Provides free education and support to community organizations.
For more information, please call 520-544-9890.


Casa de la Luz Foundation

casa hospice

Empowers hospice patients and their loved ones to transform the end-of-life experience.
Helps to meet hospice patient needs through fund requests.
For more information, please call 520-351-5441.


C-TAC (Coalition to Transform Advanced Care)

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• Working within the first phase of a national initiative that will measure advanced care quality in every state.
• Will create a roadmap for improvement via the creation of a best practices guide based on discussions and strategies that have proven to be effective in Arizona and other states.


Dunbar Coalition

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• Focuses on enlightening, educating, preserving, and celebrating the history and culture of people of African descent.
• Provides culturally sensitive end-of-life care workshops and symposiums.
• For more information, please call 520-791-7795.


El Rio Health

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RN Advanced Care Planning Project
• A Registered Nurse-Advance Care Planning (RN-ACP) works directly with healthcare teams to increase the delivery of efficient, meaningful advance care planning (ACP) conversations.
• RN-ACP provides Train the Trainer resources, ACP decision tools, and other training.
• For more information, please call 520-791-8798.

Value Health - Honoring A Life Workshops
• Integrates Honoring a Life workshops into the El Rio Employee Value Health Incentive Program.
• Facilitates Honoring a Life workshops.
• For more information, please call 520-791-8798.


Interfaith Community Services

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• Presents end-of-life care planning workshops to facilitators and community members.
• Reaches out to faith communities in Southern Arizona.
• Partners with Jewish Family and Children Services in providing workshops on Ethical Wills
• For more information, please call 520-526-9309.


Loving Spirit

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Offers free two-day interactive workshops that include educational training in skillsets, tools, and mindsets that make navigating the journey of loss less frightening.
Workshops are limited to thirty participants and are facilitated by trained individuals who have also attended a Loving Spirit workshop.
For more information, please call Val at 520-245-6297.


Our Family Services

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• Presents end-of-life care planning workshops to facilitators and community members.
Disseminates end-of-life planning information and resources to adults.
For more information, please call 520-323-1708.


Pima Council on Aging

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Offers expertise to older adults and the loved ones who care about them with resources, educational opportunities, and tools that can assist with decisions about end-of-life care.
Assists with understanding end-of-life care choices, initiating conversations with loved ones about choices, and completing advance directives.
Provides extensive resource list for services for older adults.
• For more information, please call 520-546-2018.


Southern Arizona Senior Pride

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Increases awareness of LGBT aging issues and has developed age-appropriate LGBT-friendly information and referral services.
Provides community workshops that discuss topics related to having conversations regarding end-of-life choices and completing advance directives.
For more information, please call 520-312-8923.


Southwest Folklife Alliance

SW Folklife Alliance

• Builds more equitable and vibrant communities by celebrating the everyday expressions of culture, heritage, and diversity in the greater southwest.
• Brings awareness to vulnerable communities of color about end-of-life issues through culturally-relevant practices impacting planning, palliative care, hospice, and the grief process.
• For more information, please call 520-621-4046


Tohono O’odham Nursing Care Authority Foundation

Tohono O'odham nursing care authority

• Supports the Archie Hendricks Sr. Skilled Nursing Facility (AHSSNF) and Elder Residence on the Tohono O’odham Nation.
• Provides outreach and education to community members of the Nation on end-of-life issues and provides education and training to personnel.
• For more information, please call 520-585-5500.


Tu Nidito

tu nidito

Plays an active role during personal end-of-life experiences to ensure that children have the support that they need to safely cope with their grief.
Provides community education on the lasting impacts of unresolved childhood grief.
Provides extensive resource list for services for children.
• For more information, please call 520-322-9155.


TMC Healthcare

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TMC works to ensure that families receive the support that they need to help their loved one through their path.
TMC Hospice cares for people with a life-limiting illness once they decide that medical care to cure the underlying disease is no longer the best path.
For more information, please call TMC Hospice at 520-324-2438.


TMC Hospice

tucson medical center hospice

Supports patients' and caregivers' wishes by helping them achieve their goals.
Uses an interdisciplinary group approach to provide palliative care in the home, short-term inpatient/respite services at Peppi's House, coordination of ancillary services and bereavement support.
For more information, please call 520-324-2438.


The University of Arizona Center on Aging

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• Designing and implementing the Living Will Project into the 4-year medical school curriculum at the University Of Arizona College Of Medicine in Tucson.
• Program goals include writing a living will, engaging in small group discussions around challenging conversations, and attending lectures on geriatrics and palliative care.
• For more information, please call 520-625-5804.