PPEP’s Human Services fall into three categories; Nooddienste; Services to the Elderly; en vars organies gekweekte voedsel in die Arivaca Community Garden. Dienste word aangebied aan inwoners van Arizona en landelike inwoners met 'n lae inkomste om gesinne te help om selfversorgend te raak of om krisissituasies wat deur baie gesinne in die gesig gestaar word, te stabiliseer.
Emergency Services consists of short term crisis intervention, such as rental/mortgage assistance, utility assistance, and other employment or educational needs. Long term case management is also provided to help in the stability of vulnerable households.
Bejaardesdienste bestaan uit langtermyngevalle-bestuur vir die senior bevolking in die dorpe Ajo, Why and Sells, om die onafhanklike bestaan te help behou of om toegang te hê tot inligting wat nodig is om in hul huise en gemeenskappe te bly. Referrals to needed services from home repair, to medical services are provided, as well as emergency assistance if needed.
The Arivaca Community Garden is a certified organic garden, located 60 miles southwest of Tucson, in rural Pima County and the town of Arivaca, AZ. The garden provides fresh produce to a variety of organizations, insluitend landelike voedselbanke en warmmaaltydprogramme. Die tuin verkoop produkte by verskillende boeremarkte. Shares in the garden are sold, so that individuals can access fresh organic vegetables all year around. Vegetables are also provided free to those in the Arivaca community, who have sensitivities to the environment and can only eat organic produce. There is also an onsite training program for gardening and landscaping, to those interested.The garden also supports an international Woofer program for volunteerism and learning opportunities.
PPEP’s Human Service programs provide community resources within each of the following counties: Yuma, Santa Cruz, Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, Mari, Pinal, Yuma and La Paz. All information can be found at the Information & Referral website: www.cir.org