COPE Community Services


COPE collaborates with organizational, neighborhood, government, and stakeholder groups to create sustainable solutions to community problems. For example, COPE:

  • works with the Meth Free Alliance to help stop the use of methamphetamine
  • hosts the annual Arizona Women's Conference, an event that inspires and educates the community on issues important to the wellness of women
  • offers HIV/AIDS testing
  • conducts street educational outreach to high risk populations
  • maintains a drop-in center providing referrals and educational and support activities
  • develops affordable housing, job readiness, and employment training solutions for disadvantaged populations


You would be expected to:

  • engage in social conversations with clients based on clients’ interests
  • facilitate recreational games and activities
  • plan and attend community outings with clients
  • assist clients with activities of daily living, such as cleaning, hygiene, cooking, and other activities related to the client’s treatment plan
  • assist staff with planning and implementing onsite activities such as barbeques, holiday celebrations, and picnics
  • perform clerical tasks such as answering phones and running errands


For more information, visit the organization’s website.