COPE is pleased and excited to announce that it is merging with Pima Prevention Partnership (PPP), a respected provider of services to adolescents and their families with 23 years serving the Tucson community. The merger of COPE and PPP will ensure the availability of a full continuum of high-quality integrated healthcare services. For its entire history, PPP’s focus has been on excellence in programs for adolescents and their families, in schools, and in prevention, early intervention, and treatment.
PPP offers a number of best practice programs, including Pima County Teen Court, B-Unique, AZ Stars, Teen Cuisine, Sin Puertas, Pima Partnership Academy, Pima Partnership High School, and Arizona Collegiate High School. Best practice services for both children and adults will now be available to members of both organizations. The merged organization will be COPE Community Services and PPP will be a wholly-owned subsidiary of COPE. PPP will retain its name.
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