Open for business during COVID-19...

Effective 12/21/2020 through 01/11/2021, or determined otherwise, the Tucson Indian Center remains open and will only be providing services via telecommunications.  During this time, we will not be accommodating walk-ins or face to face appointments. Please call (520)884-7131 to let us know how we can serve you.  Please also see our Covid Updates page:

In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, the Tucson Indian Center will be closed on Thursday, November 25th and Friday, November 26th. Our center will resume normal operations on Monday, November 29th.



Mental Health Awareness Day

Substance Abuse Prevention Day

Freedom From Smoking

Five-week Session Schedule:

  • Thursday, October 21
  • Thursday, October 28
  • Wednesday, November 10 (due to Veterans Day Holiday)
  • Thursday, November 18
  • Thursday, December 2

Nutrition Education

Diabetes Prevention Day

2021 Native American Family Wellness Day Virtual Event

COVID-19 Clinic Services


"The Pima County Health Department is again partnering with the State of Arizona, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to offer testing for COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel coronavirus, with an emphasis on testing those who may not have been able to get tested previously."


WIC Office Closed Flyer

Pima County partners with Community Investment Corporation (CIC)to distribute $3.625 million in CARES Act Eviction Prevention Funding

CIC is currently administering $3.625 million in CARES Act funding from Pima County to residential landlords and property owners on behalf of tenants who have been negatively impacted by COVID-19. This unique program allows landlords/property owners and tenants to initiate the application process and will pay outstanding rents in arrears as far back as March 2020 as well as prepay through November, if necessary. The process begins at or by calling (831) 292-4308. Qualifications include but are not limited to:

  • Tenant lives in Pima County
  • Tenant is at risk of eviction
  • Tenant has experienced a financial crisis due to COVID-19
  • Monthly rent can be no higher than $2,000
  • Landlord agrees to Eviction Payment Plan with renter, which includes:
    • Waiving late fees or interest payments on late rent
    • Commitment not to further pursue eviction during period covered

Programs & Activities

The Tucson Indian Center is open to the public and serves all Native American and Alaska Native people regardless of tribal heritage. The Tucson Indian Center serves children, adolescents, adults and elders, and is developing more programming for families.
Please come visit us and celebrate Tucson's rich American Indian heritage.

Get Involved

Although new clients are encouraged to attend an Orientation Session, interested individuals may call the Tucson Indian Center for basic information and to make an appointment.
Orientation Sessions
Attending an Orientation session will help you get acquainted with all that the Tucson Indian Center has to offer. During this informative session, key staff members will provide you with in-depth information about programs, services, eligibility and enrollment. Each session is conducted Monday at 10:00 am, with exception of holidays.

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Our Location

160 N Stone Ave, Tucson, AZ 85701

Phone:  520-884-7131
Fax:  520-884-0240

Mailing Address:  PO Box 2307
Tucson, AZ 85702-2307

Normal Operating Hours:

Monday - Friday: 8 AM - 5 PM

Call ahead for information on Special Events.

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