About the ANCHOR Project

The ANCHOR Project (Accessible Network for Coordinated Housing, Opportunities, and Resilience) is designed to provide culturally responsive and affirming services to young adults who identify with the spectrum of LGBTQ&A (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and straight ally) communities. As a team of community partners, the ANCHOR Project is equipped to offer supportive services in a variety of areas, including:

  • Housing Stabilization
  • Social Opportunities
  • Mental and Emotional Well-being
  • Community Engagement
  • Employment Skills
  • Goal Achievement
  • Personal Empowerment
  • Financial Education
  • Recovery Support
  • Educational Goals
  • Healthy Decision-Making
  • Much More!

The ANCHOR Project is a partnership of three organizations serving Southern Arizona. The University of Arizona’s Southwest Institute for Research on Women (UA-SIROW), the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation (SAAF), and CODAC Behavioral Health Services have been collaborating on projects benefiting LGBTQ&A youth and young adults for over a decade and are excited to join forces again on the ANCHOR Project! Each organization brings its expertise and talented staff to the project to benefit LGBTQ&A young adults throughout Tucson and Southern Arizona.

Meet our awesome team here.

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