Interfaith Community Services

ICSMembers of ICS partner congregations, including TVLC, get priority when seeking services.
ICS services include:
• Transportation — Trips to doctors, banks, grocery stores. Volunteers also do grocery shopping for homebound recipients
• Emergency financial assistance – rent, utilities, back-to-work expenses
• Resource Center/Job Search Assistance – available at both ICS locations
• A branch of the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona
• Health advocacy – assists individuals in navigating the health care system and available community resources to help maintain their independence
• Business Help – helps individuals organize and manage basic paperwork, bill paying, and personal correspondence
• Caregiver relief – to allow a primary caregiver to leave home for a few hours
• Friendly phoning/ visiting – chat or visit with someone who has limited contact with family, friends, and social networks
• Handy Helpers – labor to do minor home repairs and/or yard work
• Reassurance calls – callers make brief phone calls every weekday morning to check on an individual’s welfare

How We Can Partner With ICS
• Make a financial contribution
• Volunteer – there are many ways to get involved, including some you can do from home! Contact Sandy Brickley at 520-297-6049 or email sbrickley@icstucson.org

• Attend ICS fund-raising events – concerts, golf tournaments, food drives

To learn more about the organization or make use of their services, please visit www.icstucson.org or call the numbers below.

Main ICS Office
2820 W. Ina Road (on the campus of Christ the King Episcopal Church)
520-297-6049
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Eastside ICS Office

8701 E. Old Spanish Trail (on the campus of New Spirit Lutheran Church)
520-731-3076
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., closed on Friday

TVLC representative – Karen Schumacher:  520-609-4075