Many thanks to Pacific Dental Services and their Tucson offices, especially Sabino Smiles Dentistry, for their incredible donation of 2,000+ paper items, including toilet paper, paper towels, tissues, napkins, paper plates and more! Our staff members, Samantha and Benette, have a special messgae for Pacific Dental's employees and patients:
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Angie George
· April 6, 2018
We have recently started helping place clients from Our Family Services at our apartment communities. As a landlord I have worked with many social services. These case managers are very involved in ma...king sure these families are placed in a good environment. And they follow up making sure the transition is successful for all parties. I appreciate their level of professionalism and commitment. See More
Bobbie Lacey
· February 23, 2018
I want to endorse this company and their cause....I volunteer in an art program at a teenage homeless shelter that sometimes can house the most challenging teens.
They continue to support and always ...have their doors open for all kids. Good People are here. See More
Kirsten Larsen
· September 15, 2017
Folks at Our Family are truly dedicated to making a difference in our community and they do so with integrity, passion and humor.
Jason Thorpe
· October 21, 2016
This is truly a great organization! A hidden gem doing great work in Southern Arizona!
Emily Brott
· October 31, 2016
I am consistently impressed by the passion and dedication of the staff at Our Family Services to transform lives in Tucson.
Patti Caldwell
· April 15, 2014
Our Family Services is a great place to volunteer. There are so many opportunities. Check it out!
I'sis Berry
· April 30, 2015
A great agency to work for and with. I love the nurturing supportive environment.
Samantha Cravens
· April 15, 2014
Our Family Services truly makes Tucson a better place to live, to grow up and to grow older!
Jilly Jesson Smyth
· September 6, 2013
Our Family Services is incredible! They make Tucson a better place to live for families! Thank you!
Nearmal Showski
· January 10, 2014
It sucks, Our Family Services Hired Sara Hollenbeck to supervise visits of children when in 2008 she lost custody of her own three children and ordered to have indefinite supervised visits because or ...alcohol, illegal drugs and sever mental illnesses, and again in 2012 ordered to have only supervised visits because of illegal drugs and our then 9 month old daughter and noted severe mental issues. Sara Hollenbeck committed numerous felonies involving a little baby girl and the father, she has an extensive drug and alcohol history with severe mental illnesses and Our Family Services Hires her, does not even do a thorough back ground on someone that will be watching over other parents children when she herself lost all four of her children. Go figure, guess a female is running this company with the mind of a gerbil on a wheel and can only see a profit not the harm. See More

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Our Family would like to give tremendous thanks to the employees of QuikTrip! Through an emloyee giving program, QT employees raised more money than ever to support the Safe Place program, bringing shelter and resources to young people in need. Thank you, Quik Trip! #ThankfulThursday

Pictured: QT Training Manager Steve Connor, Homeless Youth Services Assistant Manager Megan Sanes, Housing Support Specialist Michela Wilson, Center for Communiy Dialogue & Training Manager Catherine Tornbom, Homeless Prevention's Elaine MacPherson, Emergency Shelter & Rapid Rehousing's Ellie Washington, Chief Development Officer Emily Brott, QT Personnel Coordinator JJ Shaw.

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