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Community Resources

Maricopa County Department of Public Health created and its Spanish partner site to give Maricopa County residents an easy way to find health and social services for themselves.
Glendale citizenship assistance programs provides supports for Glendale families who need additional help with Home Repairs, Public Housing, Rent & Mortgage Assistance, Section 8, Utility Assistance and more. Explore the link provided to navigate the City of Glendale's vast support system.


Chicanos Por La Causa

For the Cause

The vibrant community presence spans a comprehensive range of bilingual and bi-cultural services in Health & Human Services, Housing, Education, and Economic Development. As one of the largest community development corporations in Arizona, we are focused on individuals and families with low to moderate income levels and complement our services with cultural and linguistic competencies.

6850 W Indian School Rd, Phoenix AZ 85033

(623) 247-0464

Housing Family Housing Hub provides a full array of support services to help our clients succeed. We offer financial literacy education, career development support, budgeting workshops, parenting classes, and self-esteem coaching. Our clients’ successes include the following: high school diplomas/GEDs, home ownership, full-time employment, college and post-graduate degrees, scholarships, good credit scores, and savings accounts.
Glendale Public Libraries provide educational resources including a free access to books and programs to support the continued growth of students academics as well as support programs for adults to engage the entire community.
(818) 548-2020
Salvation Army Glendale offers programs for youth, families and seniors including tutoring and delivering meals.
(818) 246-5586

The city of Glendale produces free family-friendly events, including downtown festivals and other events throughout the year, like the Touch-A-Truck event at Westgate Entertainment District in October, as well as the Folk & Heritage Festival at Historic Sahuaro Ranch in March. 

All fourth grade students have the opportunity to receive a free National Parks Pass! After following the online instructions, students can print a paper pass which is valid at all national parks, including these popular Arizona parks:
  • Saguaro National Park (Tucson)
  • Sabino Canyon National Recreation Area (Tucson)
  • Grand Canyon National Park
  • Casa Grande Ruins National Monument
  • Tumacácori National Historical Park