Neighbors Care Alliance (NCA)


Neighbors Helping Neighbors

The Neighbors Care Alliance (NCA) is a network of neighborhood volunteer programs with a shared mission of helping older adults thrive safely in their homes for as long as possible. The programs serve specific geographic areas, each is independently organized. Pima Council on Aging serves as the program administrator and provides tools to build infrastructure, volunteer training, opportunities for networking and access to community resources and mileage reimbursement. Volunteers support older adults through a variety of services which can include, transportation to medical appointments and shopping, running errands, meal delivery, phone calls and visits, light house and yard work and caregiver respite. Neighbors connecting to neighbors reduces the social isolation many older adults face while helping to meet everyday needs.

The NCA welcomes all interested volunteers and neighborhood programs to the network. Through participation in the Alliance your neighborhood program will build a vast network of resources and support building a safety net for older adults.

Interested in helping? Want information about joining an active program? Would you like assistance with starting a program in your area? Please contact Debbie Rich, 520-258-5063 or drich@pcoa.org.

Some of the Neighbors Care Programs in and around Tucson (Neighbors Care Programs have limited boundaries of service, and many do not have websites):

  • 29th Street Community Assistance Network – Serving older adults (55+) and adults with disabilities living within the boundaries of 22nd Street and Golf Links and Country Club and Craycroft.
  • Carefree Village Helpers – Providing support to older adults residing in Carefree Village Mobile Home Community and Mobile Home Park. 4100 N. Romero Road, 85705.
  • Casitas Cares – Providing support to residents of Casitas de Castilian, 120 condominium community near Oracle Road and Roller Coaster Road.
  • Civano Living & Aging in Community – Serving older adults residing in Civano.
  • Colonia Verde Neighbor to Neighbor – Supporting the 169-home community northeast of Sabino Canyon Road and Tanque Verde Road.
  • Corona Cares – Serving older adults who reside in Corona de Tucson Fire District between Dawn Road on the north and Houghton Road on the south and Wentworth Road on the east to Ocotillo View Road on the south.
  • Eastside Neighbors Volunteer Program – Providing support to older adults 55+ who reside between Grant Road/Tanque Verde and Irvington and Swan and Houghton.
  • IMPACT of So. AZ in Catalina, AZ– Serving older adults with meal delivery and transportation residing in northwest Pima County including Oro Valley, Marana and Catalina.
  • Interfaith Community Services of Tucson– Serving older adults and people with disabilities in 28 zip code areas of Pima County. Please visit the ICS website to determine if your neighborhood is included.
  • Junction Connection (Robles Junction) – Serving older adults, primarily with transportation, residing Robles Junction between Milewide Road and Britten Ranch Road and Coleman Road to Kinney Road.
  • Lend A Hand – Serving older adults in Campus Farm, Limberlost, RillitoBend, Mountain View, Richland Heights East, Richland Heights West, Winterhaven, Hedrick Acres, Mountain/1st, Samos, Campbell/Grant and Jefferson Park Neighborhoods.
  • Mobile Meals of So AZ – Serving special diet meals to homebound individuals who are unable to cook and have special diet needs. Service area includes City of Tucson, Green Valley and Sahuarita.
  • Old Fort Lowell Live-At-Home – Serving older adults and individuals with disabilities who reside within the boundaries of the Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood which encompasses the area of Swan Road to the Pantano wash and the Rillito River to Glenn Road.
  • Park West Neighbors Helping Neighbors – Serving older adults and people with disabilities who live in the Park Wet Mobile Home Community at 303 West Broadway Boulevard.
  • ReSources in Vail – Greater Vail Community Resources – Serving older adults who reside in the area that makes up the Vail School District. Irvington Road on the north, South Wilmot on the west, Pima County border on the east.
  • Southern Arizona Senior Pride Community Cares Program – Tucson – Supporting older adults in the LGBTQ community generally within the Tucson City Limits.
  • Sunrise Neighborhood Assistance Program (SNAP) – Serving older adults who live between River Road and Sunrise Drive and Craycroft and Kolb Roads.
  • Tucson Estates Neighbors Helping Neighbors – Serving older adults who reside in the Tucson Estates Community which is east of Kinney Road and west of Sarasota Blvd.
  • Valley Assistance Services – Serving adults 55 and older and adult with disabilities. Support area includes Sahuarita, Green Valley, Amado, Arivaca, Tubac and Tumacacori.
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