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Arizona Pride Guide

Statewide GLBT Resource Guide, listing Arizona businesses, A to Z

Michael McFall
Richard Heath
PO Box 45243
Phoenix, AZ 85064
Phone: (888) 830-3022
Fax: (602) 297-6939
Email: michael@theprideguides.com
Website: www.gayarizona.com


Newspaper and Online Gay News Service

Bob Ellis
Nick Pafford
Christopher Pankratz
1839 E. Broadway #124-215
Tucson, AZ 85719
Phone: (520) 623-7406
Fax: (520) 622-8786
Email: info@tucsonobserver.com
Website: www.observerweekly.com

Non-Profit Organizations

Southern Arizona Senior Pride (formerly Wingspan Senior Pride):

Southern Arizona Senior Pride
Serving the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community 
Elder Abuse: A Growing Problem
Elder abuse takes many forms: 
*Physical attacks - hitting, pushing, slapping, punching. 
*Verbal/Emotional abuse - name calling, yelling, threatening, put downs. 
*Neglect - denying medications, not feeding or bathing, being left alone, isolating. 
*Exploitation - stealing money, jewelry, credit cards, persuading or forcing elder to sign papers that gives abuser power of attorney, ownership of home, access to bank accounts.

Many elders are more dependent, more isolated, may have difficulty understanding and communicating. LGBT elders may also be abused because of our sexual and/or gender identities and expression.
Abusers may be family caregivers, employees, friends, and/or neighbors. 
Help is available You Are Not Alone 
If you are in Immediate Danger Call 911
**Pima Council On Aging (PCOA) Help-Line: 520-790-7262; www.pcoa.org
**Adult Protective Services in Arizona, call (877) 767-2385 or go to their website and fill out the APS report online: www.azdes.gov/reportadultabuse
**Administration of Resources and Choices (ARC) - Services for older adults, including domestic violence and emergency shelter. Crisis Line: 520-339-2801; Information: 520-623-9383; arc-az.org
**SAAF/Wingspan Anti-Violence Project (AVP) - serving LGBTQIA
survivors of abuse and violence - 24 hr. Bilingual Crisis Line - 520-624-0348 OR 1-800-553-9387 
**Southern Arizona Senior Pride (SASP) - 520-704-5830; soazseniorpride@gmail.com; Facebook: soazseniorpride

Preventing and Addressing Elder Abuse: Article and Resources available at this link. http://vawnet.org/special-collections/DVLaterLife.php


Devereux Arizona

Foster care and adoption services.

Haley Anderson
Debra Howard
Yvette Jackson
6141 E. Grant Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85712
Phone: (520) 296-5551 Ext. 132
Email: dhoward@devereux.org
Website: www.devereux.org

Arizona Theatre Company

ATC is Arizona's only fully professional theatre, presenting a wide variety of plays; including comedies, dramas,musicals and world premieres.
ATC performs at The Temple of Music & Art, 330 S. Scott, in downtown Tucson. Call the Box Office at (520) 622-2823.

Matt Graber
PO Box 1631
Tucson, AZ 85702
Phone: (520) 477-7220
Fax: (520) 628-9129
Email: mgraber@arizonatheatre.org
Website: www.arizonatheatre.org

Member Discount:
$5.00 off when you mention the GLBT Chamber to the box office. This applies to Section I and II only, phone charges apply.

Reveille Men's Chorus

Reveille Men's Chorus is dedicated to musical excellence and performs worldwide to promote human rights, diversity and a world free of AIDS. Shawn Culler, Artistic Director

Shawn Cullen
Rick Small
P.O. Box 43633
Tucson, AZ 85733
Phone: (520) 304-1758
Email: info@reveillechorus.org
Website: www.reveillemenschorus.org

The Rogue Theatre

The Rogue is a local theatre company whose mission is mission is to create the highest quality theatre possible,challenging, stretching, and invigorating our community. 

Cynthia Meier
David Morden
300 E. University Blvd., Ste. 150
Tucson, AZ 85705
Phone: (520) 326-7354
Email: director@TheRogueTheatre.org
Website: www.theroguetheatre.org

Institute for LGBT Studies - UA

Providing research and programs designed to improve the lives of LGBT individuals and communities.

Joseph Howell
1731 E. Second St. P.O. Box 210014
Tucson, AZ 85721-0014
Phone: (520) 626-6856
Email: bjh333@gmail.com
Website: www.lgbt.arizona.edu

Tohono Chul Park

Recognized as one of the great botanical gardens of the world, Tohono Chul Park has been connecting Nature, Art & Culture for 25 years!

Marcia Ring
7366 N. Paseo del Norte
Tucson, AZ 85704
Phone: (520) 742-6455
Email: marciaring@tohonochulpark.org
Website: www.tohonochulpark.org

Tucson Symphony Orchestra

The Tucson Symphony Orchestra, now in its 83rd season, serves Tucson and Southern Arizona communities with performances and education programs of the highest caliber. The concert season extends from October through May with more than 70 orchestra and 260 chamber ensemble performances each year. Each concert season offers Classic, Pops! and MasterWorks Series, Classic, MasterWorks and TSO Pops! Specials and a series of free chamber ensemble performances for families entitled Just for Kids. 

Terry Marshall

2175 N. Sixth Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85705
Phone: (520) 792-9155
Email: tmarshall@tucsonsymphony.org
Website: www.tucsonsymphony.org

Habitat for Humanity Tucson

Habitat for Humanity Tucson works to end poverty housing by creating opportunities for homeownership in partnership with low-income families and by making safe, decent, and affordable shelter a matter of community conscience and action.

Gordon Yarrington
3501 N Mountain Ave.
Tucson , AZ 85719
Phone: (520) 326-1217

Visit Tucson

The MTCVB is an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the Tucson area as a convention, visitor and film destination. Free individual travel information available through website and downtown visitor center. Complete meeting resource and custom services provided to planners.

Jessica Stephens
Vicky Doyle
Judy Wood
100 S Church Ave
Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: (520) 770-2150
Fax: (520) 884-7804
Email: Jwood@VisitTucson.org
Website: www.VisitTucson.org

Invisible Theatre

The Invisible Theatre is dedicated to producing diverse, high-quality theatre and arts education experiences that are affordable for all facets of the community in an intimate setting that showcases local professional talent and world-class artists.

Susan Claassen
James Blair
1400 N. First Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85719
Phone: (520) 884-0672
Email: suz@invisibletheatre.com
Website: invisibletheatre.com

Member Discount:
Music, Mystery, Mad-cap and More! 

Invisible Theatre is now offering a special season ticket price for Members of the LGBT Chamber of Commerce! 
Celebrating its 43rd anniversary season, IT invites you to six exciting nights out from September through May for only $132. That’s over $50 in savings! Please call our box office at 520-882-9721 for this special offer.

Humane Society of Southern Arizona

Mission Statement: The Humane Society of Southern Arizona is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the general welfare, sheltering and placement of animals; prevention of cruelty to animals and animal overpopulation; education concerning humane treatment of animals; and involvement in other animal welfare issues.
Our work: We save the lives of our homeless, abandoned, and often abused, animals. We receive, shelter and care for approximately 10,000 lost and unwanted companion animals each year.

Samantha Nichols
Diana Cannon
3450 N Kelvin Blvd.
Tucson, AZ 85716
Phone: (520) 321-3704 Ext. 177
Website: www.hssaz.org

Mankind Project Arizona

The Mankind Project is a non-profit organization offering men the opportunity to explore their lives, overcome obstacles, create new choices and embrace a healthy, powerful and peaceful masculinity.

Our trainings, communities and circles of men encourage each man to bring his own wisdom and beliefs and to embody his most authentic potential. The Mankind Project of Arizona celebrates the diversity that each individual brings to our community. 

All men are welcome as we strive to provide an atmosphere of safety for men to connect in a deep and honest way. We provide trainings, seminars and support groups to help you live life to the fullest.

Thomas Sayler-Brown
2704 E. Elm St.
Tucson, AZ 85716
Phone: (520) 591-2828
Email: tsbtucson@hotmail.com
Website: Arizona.mkp.org

Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona

Since 1969, Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona has worked
to provide training, services, and jobs for people with barriers
to employment. We accomplish our mission only with the help
of the community through the sale of their generously donated
items at our retail stores. 

For more information about our store and donation center locations or our services and trainings for job seekers, please visit www.GoodwillSouthernAZ.org

Judith Simmons
1940 E Silverlake Rd Ste.405
Tucson, AZ 85713
Phone: (520) 623-5174
Email: jsimmons@goodwill-tucson.org
Website: GoodwillSouthernAZ.org

UA Presents

UA Presents is the University of Arizona’s performing arts presenter, a nationally recognized host of world-class performances and programs. The mission of UA Presents is to educate, enlighten and inspire by bringing performing arts and artists together with the diverse communities of Southern Arizona.

Anne Thwaits
888 N. Euclid #203
Tucson, AZ 85721
Phone: (520) 621-0477
Website: uapresents.org/

Reid Park Zoological Society

The mission of the Reid Park Zoological Society is “To support, advocate for, and enhance the value of Reid Park Zoo for the community.”

Founded in 1975 and officially incorporated in 1976, Reid Park Zoological Society is a membership-based 501 © (3) non-profit corporation that supports the city-owned Reid Park Zoo.

Corporate parties, weddings and any other special occasions will be taken care of from beginning to end by our event staff with revenues supporting our mission and our Zoo.

Nicci Radhe
1030 S Randolph Way
Tucson, AZ 85716
Phone: (520) 881-4753
Email: Nicci@reidparkzoo.org
Website: www.reidparkzoo.org

LGBT & Straight Alliance Fund

The LGBT&S Alliance Fund is a philanthropy that connects people who want to include LGBT projects in their giving with the best projects in our community. The Alliance Fund presents several challenges to the LGTBT Community, with a fucus on Queer Youth, Queer Elders, and on building the LGBT Community in general.

Kristen Birner
Miki Odawa
2250 E Broadway Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85719
Phone: (520) 909-0908
Email: alliancefund@cfsoaz.org
Website: www.alliancefund.org

LGBT Jewish Inclusion Project

Non-profit organization which fosters a welcoming Jewish Community for LGBT Jews

Elllen Freeman
3822 E. River Road
Tucson, AZ 85718
Phone: (520) 577-9393 Ext. 128
Email: lgbtinfo@jfsa.org
Website: www.jewishtucson.org/lgbt

Local First Arizona

We are a non-profit organization representing a coalition of locally owned, independent businesses that are the backbone of the Arizona economy.

Erika Mitnik-White
PO Box 60273
Phoenix, AZ 85082
Phone: (602) 956-0909
Email: info@localfirstaz.com
Website: www.localfirstaz.com

PFLAG - Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians & Gays

PFLAG promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender persons, their families and friends through: Support, Education, and Advocacy. Support meetings are held on the first Wednesday evening of every month from 7:00 - 9:00 PM at the Ward VI City Council offices at 3202 E. 1st Street.

Wanda Tucker
Jack Kressley
Mick Meader
P.O. Box 36264
Tucson, AZ 85740
Phone: (520) 360-3795
Email: pflagtuc@pflagtucson.org
Website: www.pflagtucson.org

Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation (SAAF)

The mission of the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation is to create and sustain a healthier community through a compassionate, comprehensive response to HIV/AIDS.

Wendell Hicks
Ethan Cox
375 S. Euclid Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85719
Phone: (520) 628-7223 Ext. 278
Fax: (520) 628-7222
Email: info@saaf.org
Website: www.saaf.org

Southern Arizona Gender Alliance (SAGA)

SAGA is a non-profit organization that supports and advocates for southern Arizona’s community of trans identities: transsexual, transgender, genderqueer, masculine of center, feminine of center, non-binary, two-spirit, butch, femme, gender fluid, intersex, and ALL of us who are gender fabulous!

Miki Odawa
Michael Woodward
PO Box 41863
Tucson, AZ 85717
Phone: (520) 477-7096
Email: info@sagatucson.org
Website: sagatucson.org

Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network (TIHAN)

A compassionate response to HIV/AIDS

Scott Blades
Mark Rosenbaum
2660 North 1st Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85719-2911
Phone: (520) 299-6647
Fax: (520) 784-0620
Email: scott@TIHAN.org
Website: www.TIHAN.org

On Line Directories


Online community resource for the Tucson GLBT community.

Tony Ray
Darren Jones
1650 E. River Rd. Suite 202
Tucson, AZ 85730
Phone: (520) 631-8669
Email: tonyray@gaytucson.com
Website: www.GayTucson.com

Personal Training

Pest Control

Pet Doors

Pet Products & Services

Highly recommended by Thom Goodrich:
Vince and Michelle are very reasonable price wise and they come to your door.  Don't expect any fancy equipment, you can provide your own shampoo or they provide.  They did hair cut; nail cut and shampoo on both of my fur-babies and charged $65 (I tipped $10 so $75).  Price depends on dog or cat size.  Tell them I recommended them (not that it will get me or you anything but who knows??)

For your Veterinary needs I also highly recommend:
Doctor Amy is the DVM that saved my little Star - her system was shut down when I got her to the hospital - ask me about it if interested.  Dr. Amy normally works daytime Urgent Care and may not be available but she does know Star and me very well, we usually see her once a month for a Percorten shot!   Here is picture of my little girl:

Pet Sitting Services

*****Steven J. Cruz 

For pet sitting services 

Contact me at: Phone: (520) 808-4457 

Email: steve.cruz@gmail.com

*****Steve is an M.S.N. Member


The Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy

Locally owned, full-service retail pharmacy. Accepts all major insurance plans. Delivery available. Recyclable prescription bottles. Open 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM M-F

Gregory C Rogan
Deborah K Van Sant
305 S Euclid Ave, #111
Tucson, AZ 85719-6659
Phone: (520) 461-1125
Email: 1968@medicineshoppe.com
Website: www.medicineshoppe.com/1968


Physical Therapists



Private Investigation

Promotional Products


CODAC Behavioral Health Services

CODAC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides tools, support and services to help individuals, families and communities live with dignity, free from the harmful effects of mental illness, substance abuse and trauma. Founded in 1970, CODAC now has more than 250 employees and 10 sites across southern Arizona. 

Dennis Regnier
Kristine Welter Hall
1650 E. Ft. Lowell, Suite 202
Tucson, AZ 85719
Phone: (520) 327-4505
Email: dregnier@codac.org
Website: www.codac.org

MSN Member and Member of Tucson GLBT Chamber of Commerce:

*****Steve Wagner, LCSW, MDiv.

Individual and couple psychotherapy. Areas of specialization: Relationship Issues, Addictions, Grief and Loss, Depression and Anxiety, Spiritual Issues. Over 25 years experience.

Steve Wagner
5210 E. Pima, Suite 105
Tucson, AZ 85712
Phone: (520) 629-9166
Cell: (520) 400-2137
Fax: (520) 795-3575
Email: sjtucson@aol.com
*****Steve is an MSN Member