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www.codac.org

CODAC’s provides tools, support and services to individuals, families and communities so they may live with dignity, free from the harmful effects of mental illness, substance use disorders and trauma. Services Offered: - Family management and communi ...

Category:Adult Criminal
Telephone(520) 327-4504

bailbondsman10.com

The purpose of this directory is to provide a list of bail bondsmen in your area. You can search for quality professional bail bondsman by state, county, city or zip. In this directory you will find companies and individuals who provide bail bond service ...

Category:1. Arrest

www.pimasheriff.org/department-services/online-services/obta

The Pima County Sheriff's Department's Records Maintenance Unit manages public law enforcement records originated by the Department. The public may make a request for records in person, by mail, and in some instances on-line.

Category:1. Arrest
Telephone(520) 351-4650

For individuals seeking information about the release of seized, recovered, or found property held by the Pima County Sheriff’s Department or to schedule an appointment to pick up evidence.

Category:1. Arrest
Telephone(520) 351-4724

If your vehicle was stored for safekeeping, you must present proof of owner-ship to whoever towed your vehicle: Pima County Sheriff’s Department: (520) 351-6105 Department of Public Safety: (520) 746-4500 Marana Police Department: (520) 382-2000 Oro V ...

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www.sc.pima.gov/?tabid=92

The Pima County Adult Post Conviction Drug Court assists drug-dependant offenders in becoming law-abiding, productive members of the community through an intensive, judicially monitored program of drug treatment and rehabilitative services. To qualify, y ...

Telephone(520) 724-3242

www.pcjcc.pima.gov/drugcourt.html

The Pima County Family Drug Court aims to break the cycle of child abuse and neglect due to parental substance abuse.

Telephone(520) 740-2029

www.sc.pima.gov/?tabid=92

The mission of the Pima County Drug Court is to provide effective drug treatment through a comprehensive therapeutic based program that will enhance community safety by reducing the recidivism and enabling individuals to become fully functional members of ...

Telephone(520) 724-3242

www.sc.pima.gov/?tabid=133

The Arizona Superior Court Mental Health Court was founded in July 2004 to better meet the needs of persons with a serious mental illness who are also charged with felonies. Mental Health Court maintains a caseload of up to 100 defendants being served by ...

Telephone(520) 724-3819

cms3.tucsonaz.gov/courts/homeless-court

The Homeless Court Program at Tucson City Court is a program designed to assist homeless persons who are in residential treatment for at least 45 days. The program assists these people to resolve legal matters which may present a bar to life on the street ...

cms3.tucsonaz.gov/courts/mental-health-division

It is the mission of the Mental Health Division of the Tucson City Court to enhance public safety, to guarantee equal justice for criminal defendants with mental illnesses and to effectively incorporate the continuity of care available in our community in ...

cms3.tucsonaz.gov/courts/veterans-court

Veterans court offers help to veterans who have come in contact with the criminal justice system and provides treatments that may be an alternative to jail. The Southern Arizona VA Health Care System (SAVAHCS) provides these services at no cost to vetera ...

www.jp.pima.gov/home.htm

The Pima County Justice Court is committed to fairness, efficiency, accessibility and exemplary customer service. It offers a Domestic Violence Court, a Mental Health Court, a Homeless Court, an Animal Welfare Court, and a Veterans Court.

Telephone(520) 724-3171

www.pimacountybar.org

The mission statement of the Pima County Bar Association is to provide service and leadership to the public and to the profession, to provide to all people of Pima County access to and awareness of the law, and to promote respect for and satisfaction in t ...

Telephone(520) 623-8258

www.pimacountybar.org/lawyer-referral-service-lrs

For a non-refundable fee of $35 due at the time of the referral, the Lawyer Referral Service will provide you with a licensed attorney who will provide you with a 30-minute consultation. During this time, the attorney will offer: Information and Legal A ...

Telephone(520) 623-4625

www.pimacountybar.org/public/qualified-income-legal-team-qui

The Qualified Income Legal Team (QUILT) Program was designed to help individuals and families who are "too rich" for free legal services and "too poor" to afford regular attorney fees by offering assistance with legal representation at a reduced fee. It ...

Telephone(520) 623-4625

www.pimasheriff.org

The Sheriff’s Department’s website is loaded with helpful information. Here are just a few things you can do through the website: - Obtain crime statistics for your area or anywhere in unincorporated Pima County - Get a copy of a Police Report - File c ...

legal.asua.arizona.edu/Legal_Sevices/Home.html

Student Legal Services is a service offered to all currently enrolled students of the University of Arizona. The program is sponsored by the Associated Students of the University of Arizona (ASUA) and supported by ASUA funds. There is no charge to student ...

Telephone(520) 621-2782

www.pcao.pima.gov/resourcecenter.aspx

Provides applications, forms, brochures, guides, reports and notices concerning programs in Pima County.

Advocates for programs to meet the needs of female offenders that will lead to success as they re-enter the community. Provides an eight-week class at the Pima County Jail. Also provides a speakers bureau.

Telephone(520) 312-5642