Disability Program Services
The Tucson J is one of Southern Arizona’s largest providers of disability services. Through our Taglit Day Program and Arts for All, we offer an array of programming dedicated to our community of young adults with disabilities.
The J hosts the Taglit Day Program, which provides a small supportive group of young adults with disabilities with a full-day program designed to explore, cultivate, and maximize each individual’s potential. By emphasizing wellness, social action, education, and fun, we work to meet each individual’s unique needs through a program spirited by Jewish values and communal harmony.
Participants in this day program for young adults work on different projects that provide opportunities to practice fine motor skills, job skills, and independent living skills, and to express their personal creativity.
The Taglit Day Program is split into two groups; Avodah (Vocation) and Ha-Ash-Arah (Enrichment). Our vocational program emphasizes life skills which promote vocational success such as mobility and transportation training, personal organization, self-advocacy skills, etc. Our enrichment program emphasizes life skills which promote increased independence in areas such as problem-solving, communication, community participation, etc.
Contact Vero Trujillo, Director of Taglit, with questions and inquiries.
Arts for All
The arts enrich the lives of everyone, which is why we work with individuals. It allows people to have creative experiences that they would not otherwise have. Our hands-on approach to drawing, painting, pottery, music, dance and drama instills creativity in the people we assist daily.
Arts for All has been inspiring children to participate in the arts since 1985. In 2022, Arts for All integrated with the Tucson J. The team offers creative programs, including Out-of-School Time activities and Summer Arts Camps. Arts for All is a leader in providing accessible arts education in Tucson, AZ.
The Arts for All building is located at 2520 N Oracle Rd, Tucson, AZ 85705.
Contact Charlie Paige, Director of Disability Program Services, with questions and inquiries.
Taglit and Arts for All are a Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) vendor and accept adults who are registered with the DDD. Those who are not with DDD may pay privately. Contact the email@example.com for private pay pricing.