VQ Community Programs are designed for youth who need a structured environment combined with gender specific programming. VQ Community teaches the foundation of essential life skills for youth to grow into successful and productive adults. VQ Community focuses on encouraging youth to create positive routines and healthy habits in all aspects of their lives.
4 Homes Housing 40 Youth
VQ Community programs offer gender specific programming to adolescents between the ages of twelve and seventeen. There are currently two houses located on a ranch in Tucson’s foothills which serves 20 males as well as one house located in central Tucson which serves 10 females. The youth attend public school and an emphasis is placed on positive community involvement. The primary objective of the program is family reunification or successful transition into foster care, semi-independent living, or independent living.
Mullaney House located a little outside Tucson serves 10 youth. The youth at the home participate in a variety of vocational activities. Youth learn silk screening by producing t-shirts for different events in the community. Youth also raise chickens and grow vegetables onsite to sell eggs and vegetables in the community.
VQ Nursery & Garden
From now until January 16th The VQ Mullaney home will be selling large corn poppies and African daisies! For only $25 we will come to your house and plant four seedlings. The poppies grow to a height of 2-3 feet and the daises grow to be one foot tall. Both plants will have multiple blooms. The best part is the flowers will re-seed themselves year after year!
With every purchase, you’re making a difference for foster children in Arizona. All proceeds go to the boys at the home. VQ Nursery & Garden helps the Mullaney boys with job readiness, self reliance, and lest we forget, some extra money for the holidays! Stay tuned for more plant varieties and deals!
To order contact:
Matt Hess: 304-483-8275
For more information on services at each home, visit Arizona's placement portal by clicking below.
To access the site, contact Corina Lopez for password information.