Morenci residents also have these community partners to rely on for various services including health care, early childhood support, food and clothing.
American Legion Post 28 – 51 Frisco Avenue, Clifton – (928) 865-5411
The American Legion is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit organization committed to mentoring youth and sponsorship of programs in the community, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting strong national security, and continued devotion to fellow service members and veterans.
Arizona at Work – 300 N. Coronado Drive, Clifton – (928) 865-4003
No-cost servicesfor job seekers and employers. Equal Opportunity Employer/Program-Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Funded by WIOA federal dollars serving Adults, Youth & Dislocated Workers.
Church of New Beginnings “Repeat Boutique” Clothing Bank – 16759 North US 191 – (928) 687-1454
Repeat Boutique takes donations and distributes clothes to those in need. Anyone is welcome and there is no charge.
Hours: Monday 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
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DES Child Care Administration – (928) 428-3024
Provides subsidized child care assistance for families in an eligible activity and who are below 165 percent of the Federal Poverty Level.
Newborn Intensive Care Program
Provides in-home nursing visits for families of children that spent more than five days in the NICU. Nurses help transition babies from the hospital to the home.
New Visions Early Childhood Mental Health Services – (520) 260-7816
Easter Seals Blake Foundation provides a continuum of early childhood behavioral health services for children birth to age eight and their families.
Greenlee Parents As Teachers – (928) 215-0003
An early childhood home visitation program serving pregnant women and families with children birth through age 5. Personalized home visits, monthly group connections, community resource referrals provided, as well as screenings for health, hearing, vision and developmental needs.
Eastern Arizona College Small Business Development Center – 615 N. Stadium Ave., Thatcher – (928) 428-8590
Part of a national and statewide network of small business assistance providers. Offices cover Greenlee, Graham and Gila counties and their main goal is to give local small businesses the tools and training needed to be successful. Free, confidential, one-on-one counseling and low-cost training workshops offered to new or existing businesses.
Greenlee County Community Watch– P.O. Box 998 Clifton – (928) 865-4149
Community watch is a program that has be designed to teach residents how to effectively work together with law enforcement in keeping crime out of their neighborhoods. At the monthly meetings, attendees will be offered the opportunity to play an important role in our new approach to improving our community and the safety of our residents. Morenci meetings are currently scheduled for the 2nd Tuesday of the each month at R&R Pizza.
Greenlee County Health Department – 253 5th St., Clifton – (928) 865-2601
Offering a wide range of health-related information and services, including: vaccinations, pregnancy testing, STD testing, TB skin tests, family planning, Alzheimer’s support group, tobacco & chronic disease education, parenting education classes, WIC, and home care services for the elderly.
Meals on Wheels for Seniors – (928) 482-3229
Southeastern Arizona Community Unique Services (SEACUS) Meals on Wheels Program delivers a midday meal to homebound seniors daily Monday – Friday. The service supports seniors in their efforts to age in the comfort of their own homes safely, with dignity. Community dining also provided daily Monday – Friday in Clifton and Duncan.
Morenci SME Section –
A professional development organization for professionals working in the mining industry. In addition to monthly meetings, the organization raises scholarships for students entering into STEM careers.
Mount Graham Safe House – 1601 S. 20th Ave., Safford – 928-348-9548
Domestic Violence Shelter serving women, men, their pets, and homeless. Mt. Graham Safehouse provides shelter, food, transportation, emotional support, classes on Domestic Violence, sexual assault, and parenting for adults. Additionally, age-appropriate classes for children on domestic violence and sexual assault are offered. Assistance with clothing and job preparedness are available when appropriate.
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