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.
Eligibility varies by type of program. Most services require proof of tribal enrollment and Tucson residency. Some Programs have income or other criteria.
TIC is celebrating the Great American Smokeout® (GASO), and we welcome you to come stop by and meet with our brand-new Tobacco Program Coordinator, Julieanna Phares, and visit our informational table on November 19, 2020 anytime from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM in our Community Room. The Great American Smokeout® is an annual event (every third Thursday in November) sponsored by the American Cancer Society (ACS) where smokers are encouraged to quit for a day, quit for life. This year, Students Taking a New Direction (STAND), Arizona’s anti-tobacco youth coalition effort, is urging Arizonans to decide today for lifelong, strong lungs.
The Tucson Indian Center is comprised of two separate departments, the Social Services Department and the Wellness Department.