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AARP in Tucson is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources like job, health, and financial workshops, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Tucson.  Tucson Home Sharing is grateful for AARP's Community Challenge Grant award and for the partnership these two organizations have forged.


PCOA’s mission is to promote dignity and respect for aging, and to advocate for independence in the lives of Pima County’s older adults and their families.

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This Alliance is a broad-based coalition of 70+ member non-profit organizations, businesses, government agencies, community partners and volunteers seeking to improve life for older adults in Tucson and the surrounding area.


Anchored at United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona, this organization has everything you need to create your end of life care plan. Its vision is to ensure people in our community receive the care they desire at the end of life, also known as "goal-concordant care."  Tucson Home Sharing is a unique partner focused on including an advanced plan for (shared) housing in old age and at end of life.


This organization is where Help brings Hope. The mission of ICS is to provide pathways to more stable and sufficient lives. Food banks and a variety of social services are provided.

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TMC for Seniors at the Tucson Medical Center's Palo Verde Campus​

Tucson Medical Center is committed to building a healthy community outside its hospital walls. As a part of this, TMC for Seniors offers FREE programming that includes wellness education, socialization opportunities, exercise, support groups and much more. Their goal is to give aging adults the information they need to make informed decisions, remain engaged in their own health care and continue to enjoy a good quality of life for as long as possible.


The Center provides Tucson and Southern Arizona with skilled and affordable dialogue processes and training that transform destructive conflict into productive connection and partnership.


Sharing Housing, Inc.

Create a safe & comfortable shared housing arrangement

Having a housemate can save you money and help you live a healthier, more connected, and comfortable life.

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by Annamarie Pluhar

Monthly webinars, personal inventory, interviewing guide, worksheets and videos, SH101 Online Courses:  KEY BENEFITS OF SHARED HOUSING (FREE) AND SHARED HOUSING 101, a "time-tested process to find someone who is a good fit."

Sharon Kha and Deb Knox tell the story of their meeting and subsequent home sharing experience.


To order a printed copy of the booklet POSSSLQ, please email: with your request to order and mail a check for $5.00 to:


   Tucson Home Sharing

   2332 E. Seneco St. Tucson, AZ.  85719

To download the pdf, CLICK ON IMAGE

NOTE: The book will open at a large size so that it is adjustable to various sizes for ease of reading. Simply decrease or increase the image size.


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Research reveals that 1 in 4 (23%) mature adults between the age of 45 and 85 have discussed living with a friend, with 1 in 3 (33%) in London considering this option. Whilst ‘sharing the bills’ remains the number one reason to share when older, ‘having someone else around’ and ‘socialising with housemates’ is also important.

The National Shared Housing Resource Center (NSHRC) is a network of independent non-profit homesharing programs across the United States. Our goals are to raise awareness of the benefits of homesharing, encourage best practices and cross learning among programs, and to foster the development of new homesharing programs.

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