COPE Community Services, Inc. (COPE) is a private, nonprofit healthcare organization. COPE creates pathways to better health by offering innovative solutions for behavioral and physical healthcare, wellness, and recovery to individuals and families. COPE offers comprehensive programs, specialty services, resources, and support to address general mental health and substance abuse issues, serious mental illness, physical healthcare, and wellness concerns. COPE utilizes an integrated healthcare approach that takes into consideration the body, mind, and spirit connection. COPE receives funding from SAMHSA, HUD, Cenpatico Integrated Care (includes AHCCCS and ADHS/DBHS funding) and various commercial insurance plans. Click here to learn more about obtaining services.
COPE provides best practice-based, integrated physical and mental healthcare to improve the health and well-being of each person and community we serve.
COPE will create opportunities for recovery by providing an integrated system of care that is client, family and community-focused and culturally competent.
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RISE Equipment Recycling Center (ERC)
COPE is dedicated in the delivery of quality services in addition to creating healthier communities. In establishing RISE Equipment Recycling, COPE and other community partners are able to ensure a cleaner environment by eliminating unnecessary waste.
RISE is a subsidiary of COPE Community Services, Inc. (COPE), a 501(c)(3) corporation that serves residents and faith-based community organizations throughout Pima County by creating employment opportunities through recycling.
The Equipment Recycling Center provides Tucson, South Tucson, and Pima County residents with electronic equipment recycling services. Unwanted electronic equipment is processed in the ERC facilities and, whenever possible, is returned to the community. When refurbishing is not possible, materials are responsibly recycled.
Donating electronic equipment and electrical appliances to the ERC helps provide employment to area residents and supports a local non-profit organization dedicated to reducing the amount of hazardous materials going into local landfills. Click here to learn more about RISE Equipment Recycling.