Community partners believe there are ten vital services for surviving and thriving shown to increase families’ health, safety, and self-sufficiency. The RE:center strives to connect families to these services through our programs, community partners, and Survive-to-Thrive initiative. If a service does not exist, the RE:center seeks to develop programs or bring in established agencies to fill the gaps.

Survival Services

Survive | to remain alive and merely exist; to carry on despite hardships or trauma

Medical/Dental Care

Behavioral Health Care




Thriving Services

Thrive | to grow or develop successfully; to flourish or succeed

Parent Support

Early Childhood Learning

Community Schools (wrap-around services for children)

Medical/Dental Care

Medical/Dental Care

The RE:center team works to end trauma in our community’s children, students, and families. Every individual deservesthe opportunity to be empowered to succeed in our schools, businesses, family homes, community functions, and churches. To end community and individual trauma, the RE:center uses community collaborative and data-driven processes and programs to reduce Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and support adults. 


RE:Source Navigation

Are you struggling to survive? Are you ready to thrive? Our knowledgeable team assists community members in finding the confidence to discover the resources they need to meet their goals. Schedule an appointment and complete our intake form to meet with our Survive-to-Thrive Service Coordinator.


Mama Mentorship Project

The MAMA Mentorship Project partners moms and mentors to inspire and create pathways out of poverty to prosperity. This program is an evidence-based intervention focused on improving health outcomes and financial stability for low-income mothers and their families through community-level changes. We accomplish this by using an effective curriculum, meaningful mentorships, and community engagement.


RE:entry Mentorship Project

The RE:entry Mentorship Project is a regional support system that promotes successful reintegration of formerly incarcerated individuals in a way that improves community safety by reducing criminal behavior. This program provides supportive services, information referrals, and mentor pairing for individuals returning to the community from incarceration. These supportive services and personal guidance empower these individuals to overcome potential barriers and achieve their goals.


Hunger Relief Project

The RE:center is a United Food Bank site. We offer nonperishable food boxes and special grocery items on a weekly basis. Throughout normal daily operations, clients can receive a simple hot dog meal. On certain days, the RE:center café is also open for Operation Hot Potato. Our potato-focused café serves themed, potato-based meals to create a unique experience for community members. Going above and beyond the traditional food bank meals, the RE:center desires to serve our community with excellence.

For the most up-to-date feeding hours, please follow us on Facebook. You can also email or call 928-457-1707.



The RE:center partners with Arizona@Work and AARP to offer two work experience opportunities. These work experience opportunities provide on-site, hands-on job training and practical experience for those with employment gaps. Arizona@Work offers a three-month work experience (WEX) program for those between the ages 18 to 24. AARP offers the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) for unemployed, low-income individuals over the age of 55. Individuals can increase skills and build self-confidence, while earning a modest income. Based on their employment interests and goals, participants may also receive supportive services and skills training through an educational institution. This experience most often leads to permanent employment with local businesses and agencies.

If you think you may qualify, please contact us about how you can enroll in our Work Experience Project.