TUL Education Services
Early Learning Child Care
Early Learning Child Care Centers provide a low cost, safe, clean, and nurturing environment by qualified and experienced staff. Whole-Child Development, including social, emotional, intellectual, and physical development, is using the nationally recognized and highly respected Pinnacle Curriculum.
Intel Computer Clubhouse
The Intel Computer Clubhouse is a creative and safe after-school learning environment. Young people have the opportunity to develop interactive multimedia, create art and animation, design games, record music, perform science experiments, write newsletters, do projects for school and MUCH MORE!
Project YES Tutoring/Mentoring Program
provides children in South Tucson, grades 1-8 with a safe after school environment and academic assistance and has been serving children in this community for more than 23 years. The program includes computer classes, arts & crafts, English as a Second Language, weekly carpentry class, and recreational activities.
Prevention & Intervention Programs
The Prevention and Intervention Department is committed to providing quality after school programming in a safe, structured, and fun environment. We have a variety of programs ranging from tutoring and mentoring, theater, arts & crafts, Pima County Juvenile Court Prevention Services, and Intel Computer Clubhouse.
TUL Employment Services
Employment & Training
Employment and Training provides job seekers with a multitude of services including direct assistance in obtaining employment, opportunities to explore career and labor market information, and job referral and placement services to job seekers reach their employment goals.
TUL Housing Services
Affordable Housing, Housing Development, Housing Weatherization & Rehabilitation and Housing Rentals Departments are dedicated to providing Tucson citizens with services and education surrounding home ownership. The Tucson Urban League Housing Department is dedicated to providing decent, safe, and affordable housing for low to moderate income people.
TUL Health and Economic Services
The Tucson Urban League Case Management program is a member of the Emergency Services Network through Pima County in collaboration with other agencies. It is also a key component of the organizational strategy to provide a comprehensive array of services to assist in the achievement of social economic equality.
Tucson Urban League Diaper Bank
The Tucson Urban League gives out diapers to those families in need. Sizes include newborn thru adult. TUL will be distributing 20,000 diapers to nearly more than 300 families.
The Tucson Urban League, Inc. (TUL) an affiliate of the National Urban League, is an interracial, non-partisan community service organization using methods of social work, economics, law, business and other disciples to help secure equality for all Americans in every sector of our society.
A Tucson Chamber of Commerce committee, led by Henry Quinto, founded the Tucson Urban League in 1971 as a response to a significantly high unemployment rate among Tucson minorities. The Tucson Urban league became the 97th affiliate of the national urban League, and has become a leading force in creating change for minorities in southern Arizona.
Today, the Tucson Urban League operates over 20 programs to address the needs of southern Arizonans of all ages and ethnicities. All programs serve to help individuals and families achieve social and economic equality.
The Tucson Urban League is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Our Mission Statement: The mission of the Tucson Urban League is to align with the mission of the National Urban League and to enable, assist, and empower neighborhoods, communities, families and individuals to secure economic self-reliance and to coexis