Neighbors helping Neighbors to "Age in Place" in Pima County

Neighbors helping Neighbors to “Age in Place” in Pima County

Sunrise Neighborhood Assistance Program (SNAP)

SNAP is a charitable, non-profit organization—focused on positive aging in place. We help our community’s senior adults aged 55 and over to live in their own homes safely and independently for as long as possible. Volunteer-supported services & socialization experiences keep residents connected to their neighborhoods. Access to educational opportunities, resources and referrals assist residents to make informed and timely decisions about issues of aging.

The SNAP service area in northeast Tucson is bordered by Craycroft Road, Sunrise Drive, Kolb/Sabino Roads and River Road. Approximately half of the homes in this area were developed under the name of Fairfield in the Foothills 40 years ago and are segmented into 12 Sunrise Homeowners’ Associations.

SNAP is affiliated with the Neighbors Care Alliance of the Pima Council on Aging and is a member of the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits.  SNAP also participates in the United Way’s ELDER Alliance, a collaborative team of social service agencies, governmental entities, and private businesses/organizations in Tucson to help Pima County residents grow old gracefully in their own homes. 

Now celebrating more than 12 years of neighbor volunteerism and continuous service to the community, SNAP is funded by cash donations, grants, gifts, sponsorships and in-kind contributions of goods and services.

To learn about SNAP programs and services, call 520-437-9556, email