Adalberto Guerrero Charter Middle School, Tucson, Arizona

Amado Business Association/Amado, Arizona

Americans for the Separation of Church & State/Washington, D.C

Arizona Governor’s Office for Youth Children & Families
Communities Preventing Substance Abuse Work Group

AVIVA Children’s Services/Tucson, Arizona

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson

Changuitos Feos de Tucson, a youth mariachi group

City of Tucson Commission on Affordable Housing

Cochise County Health Department/Bisbee, Arizona.

Community Prevention Coalition of Pima County

The Community Food Bank, Food Systems & Agricultural Programs

Compass Behavioral Health Care, Inc./Arizona

Compass Affordable Housing Inc./Tucson, Arizona

Campesinos Sin Fronteras, Somerton, Arizona.

Doña Ana County Health Department, Las Cruces, New Mexico.

Felicia Ann Cutler Farm

Glenstone Village Apartments (sober community living)/Tucson, Arizona

Luz Social Services, /Arizona

Luz Guerrero Charter High School/Tucson, Arizona

Micro Advancement Center, Tucson, Arizona

Native Seeds SEARCH, Southwestern Endangered
Aridland Resources

New Mexico Department of Finance and Administration

Palo Verde Hospital, Tucson Arizona

Pima Prevention Partnership, Youth and Substance Abuse Prevention Programs

PMHDC Small Business Microlender

Project PPEP (Portable Practical Education Preparation Job Programs & Charter Schools

Red Road to Wellbriety Coalition of Pima County

Rotary Club of Tucson

Seeds of Hope International Humanitarian Assistance

Campesinos Sin Fronteras, Somerton, AZ.

St. Gregory College Preparatory School

Sustainable Tucson.org

Tucson Arts District

Tucson Indian Center

Tucson Musicians Museum

Tucson – Pima County Commission on Addiction Prevention & Treatment

Tucson-Pima County Task Force to Reduce Underage Drinking

Tucson Refugee Network/La Frontera Center

United Way of Tucson Youth Development Corporation

University of Arizona Extended University

University of Nevada-Reno

University Medical Center

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

YMCA of Tucson

Youth on their Own