ASU Clinic – In cooperation with Arizona Board of Regents and Campus Health Service, ASU offers an affordable major medical insurance policy to students and their dependents. This insurance provides access to the health and counseling services at any ASU Health Service location. The insurance plan is designed to provide group coverage to students and their dependents that are uninsured, need a less expensive alternative or need an Arizona provider network.
Mountain Park Health Center – Mountain Park Health Center works with the communities it serves to sustain and improve health by providing affordable primary care.
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Linda Knutson, TCC Board member
Everything that all of you have done for Tempe is simply outstanding
Muchas gracias por su ayuda con mis taxis. Que Dios los bendiga.
Harry Mitchell, former Tempe Mayor, U.S. Congressman
The work and people in this building are the heart of Tempe.
Nancy Puffer, TCC Board Vice President
TCC provides a place where people can find a sense of community through volunteering with their neighbors for causes they care about
Leslie, Steve and Baby Louisa
Thank you for this service. Our family is very grateful for your time and patience
Nick Miner Secretary, Board of Directors Chair, Agency Review Enhancement Committee 2011-2012
…one of the most fulfilling ‘give-backs’ anyone could do
Residents of Tempe are lucky to have such a great support system in Tempe Community Council. TCC provides basic services and empowers us to make decisions. Most importantly, TCC connects us with other people in our community to foster stability.
Thanks…for all your help. Don’t know what I would have done without you
Councilman Corey Woods
It’s not just one program, but all working together like this that makes Tempe what it is.
Financial Education Parent
…thank you for affording myself and family the chance to go through your workshops. Aaron (age 6 ½) is still talking about the stuff he learned. While leaving class he said, ‘Mom, you need to stop buying clothes and buy our needs.’ I replied, ‘What sorts of things are needs?’ He proudly responded, “Food, water, Pepsi!”
Haley - KidsZone Financial Ed Volunteer
I just wanted to say that I absolutely loved the KidZone program and would highly recommend it to others in the future!
TCC received City of Tempe CDBG funds to renovate areas of the B.B. Moeur House and Hatton Hall. TCC is an Equal Opportunity/Reasonable Accommodations Provider. TTY 480.350.8400. For the hearing impaired, contact us through the AZ Relay Service at 602.265.9953
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