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In The Community

Community Partners

Ombudsman Arizona engages with community organizations to support the students and families we serve by addressing their needs and providing access to services in the following areas: Education, Employment, Career/Occupational Training, Health/Wellness and Social Services and Recruitment and Retention.

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Expect More Arizona

Expect More Arizona brings together more than 340 partner organizations statewide to work toward a shared vision for world-class education system that prepares Arizona’s children to succeed and makes Arizona one of the best places to live, work and raise a family. Our shared vision includes the key elements that everyone can agree on – from having quality early learning experiences to every child being able to read proficiently by third grade and having the opportunity for some form of post-secondary education.

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Homeless Youth Connection (HYC)

In partnership with the community, HYC’s mission is to raise awareness and meet the needs of homeless youth so they can stay in school and graduate. HYC’s goal is to provide homeless teens with host families, basic needs and services as they make positive, life-affirming choices toward becoming responsible, productive adults.

Together with educators, government agencies, faith-based organizations, and compassionate community members and donors, HYC is helping to bring a positive future to this nearly forgotten population.

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Opportunities for Youth

Opportunities for Youth is focused on helping reengage disconnected youth in school and work. The organization helps disconnected youth enroll in Ombudsman.

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Year Up

Year Up’s mission is to provide young adults with the skills, experience and support that will empower them to reach their potential through higher education and professional careers. Year Up partners with Ombudsman to provide students the opportunity to attain professional experience and a higher education. There are more than 20 Year Up locations nationwide.

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Youth on Their Own (YOTO)

YOTO was founded in 1986 and is a dropout prevention program that supports the high school graduation and continued success of homeless, unaccompanied youth in Pima County. YOTO partners with Ombudsman to provide homeless students with financial assistance, basic human needs, and guidance.

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