Local Organizations

     There are two lists of organizations on this page: Our Community Organizations, and Organizations outside our Community providing services to our community. Scroll down to see the individual listings. 

To list your organization, along with supporting information, send us an email at fencepost3points@gmail.com or use the form on the Contact Us page.

Our Community Organizations

School/Child Related

Altar Valley School District: http://www.altarvalleyschools.org/ 

Robles Elementary School; http://robles.altarvalleyschools.org (520) 822-9418

Altar Valley Middle School: http://avms.altarvalleyschools.org 520 822-9343

Altar Valley School Board:  http://www.altarvalleyschools.org/index.cfm?pID=1643

Three Points Childcare Center: A FTF/Quality First center, 15530 W Ajo Way, Classes and childcare for pre-school age children. Contact 520 822-1745.

Serenity Baptist Church Young Adult Ministry: Zachary Vaughan, 15501 W. Ajo Way, 520 850-7708, Email: zacharytheforgiven@gmail.com  For young people in grades 7-12, all are welcome. Our vision for the youth group is for it to be a place where youth are loved and pointed towards the love of Jesus Christ and His truth.  This is a crucial time in young people’s lives, and our desire is for this to be one of strong community as we walk along side of each other.  We are excited for what Jesus will do!

Robles Ranchers 4H Club: Meets the first Friday of each month at the Serenity Baptist Church at 7pm. For more information, contact Kristen McGurk. Email: thriftaddict1@msn.com Phone: 520-440-2301. 
Sierrita Mountain Livestock: Sierrita Mountain Livestock 4-H meets the first Friday of every month at 7 pm @ Serenity Baptist Church.

For All Ages

A.K.K.A., Karate USA: Genesis Isley, Call 520 349-0517 for information.

My Friends Closet Store: Our mission at My Friends ClosetStore is to supply the Robles Junctions/Three Points Community a place to buy quality clothes at a very affordable price. We rely on donations from the community and beyond to fill our needs and depend on Volunteers of the community to run the store. All monies go to the Friends of Robles Ranch who designate where the outreach is most needed in the area. We work with the Fire Station, Local Churches, and the Community Center to see where the needs can be met.

Friends of Robles Ranch: 10390 S Sierrita Mtn Rd, Tucson, AZ 85736. We operate the clothing store: My Friends Closet and utilize the profits to provide grants to various organizations in Three Points/Robles Junction. We have funded projects in the Altar Valley schools and funded the Marion Whitfield Scholarship Fund at Flowing Wells. Contact Joanne Bowen, 520 444-3548. Anyone who is  living within our community is welcome to our meetings, held on the first Tuesday of every month at 6:30 p.m at the Robles Ranch Community Center.

Serenity Caring Food Ministry: Get your free food basket. No needs test. Every Thursday at 12:00 pm at the Serenity Baptist Church, Ajo Way. Come to the Serenity Baptist Church, 15501 W Ajo Hwy every Thursday, 12 noon.  Call Tom Ray, 520 322-2026 for more information. We look forward to seeing you there.  If you have ongoing transportation problems getting to the church, contact: Patzi Hughes, junction2u4help@qwestoffice.net, 520 429-7843 or Connie German, germanconnie@gmail.com, 520 240-2579.

Three Points Community Food Bank: We offer Food Boxes to our neighbors who are hungry and would benefit from a free Food Box. The Three Points Community Food Bank serves the Robles Junction and Three Points area.  It is open to anyone in Robles Junction/Three Points. The Food Box is meant to get you through the day. To obtain more information on getting your Food Box or helping by being a volunteer call Dora Dicochea, 520 578-3063.


Three Points/Robles Junction, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT): The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT):
   •Educates families about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area
     •Trains families in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, disaster medical operations,  and team organization.
     Using the training learned in the classroom and during exercises, and once CERT members have taken care of their families, CERT members may if they choose assist others in their neighborhood/workplace in the event professional responders are not immediately available.
    CERT members also are encouraged to support emergency response agencies by taking a more active role in emergency preparedness projects in their community. For more information, call Cher Williams, 520-822-5319 or 520-820-0847 or email her at
 Cher85736@aol.com or Cher@Roblesjunction.org

Informational Websites For Emergency Information

Federal Website: http://www.citizencorps.gov/cert/index.shtm

State Website:  http://www.azdohs.gov/CommPrep.asp

Pima County Web Site:  http://www.pimahealth.org/emergency/index.asp

Serenity Sisters Womens Group: Serenity Sisters is a group encouraging Christian growth and fellowship for women.  The meetings are usually the last Tuesday of the month at 6:30 at Serenity Church except for June and July. At the meetings we have a light snack, a devotional, and a time of fellowship. About 4 times a year we have a fun event such as a progressive dinner, a pool gathering, a Christmas dinner, and an overnight retreat. Allwomen are encouraged to join, you don't need to be a member of the church to join. For more information, please contact Serenity Baptist Church at 822-2026. 

For those over 55+

J.O.Y. - Just Older Youth, for those over 60: Come meet new friends and socialize while enjoying a variety of activities. Meets at the Robles Ranch Community Center: Mon, Wed, & Fri, 10:30am to 2:30 pm. Come One, Come All, bring a friend or neighbor. Call Melissa Sanchez for more information, 520 822-4412 between 10 am- 5pm.

Junction Connection: We are a Robles Junction/Three Points organization helping seniors, 55+, who have no vehicles or have transportation problems or other needs to helping them maintain a safe and dignified life in the Robles Junction/Three Points community. Junction Connection is a member of the Neighbors Care Alliance (NCA) administered by the Pima Council on Aging (PCOA) and is funded by private donations and grants. Call Patzi Hughes at 520 429-7843 for information on becoming a Client or a Driver.


VFW Post 10254: 10111 S. SASABE HIGHWAY, HC-1 BOX 103, TUCSON, AZ 85736 Post phone number:   520-822-5047.Go to http://vfw10254.org for all the latest information.

Sonlighters: A social and philanthropic group for those over 55. We meet the second Wednesday of the month, 12 noon, at Serenity Baptist Church for fellowship, for discussion of projects benefitting the church and actions to raise funds for those projects. Bring a dish to pass. Call Ann Gail for more information: 520 822-1301.

                                  Civic Organizations

Robles Ranch Community Center: 16150 West Ajo Highway, Tucson, Arizona 85735, We have programs for kids, after school programs, programs for our older citizens. We also provide meeting rooms for groups, call Melissa for information and reservations. Call Whitney Davis:  520-822-4408, the Center is open Monday - Friday, 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

Pima-Tucson Library Bookmobile: Third Wednesday, Noon – 12:45 p.m.,

The Community Clothing Bank: Wednesday, Noon – 5:00 p.m.; Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Donations may be made during operation hours only., 

Community Food Bank: Tuesday, 3:00 – 6:00 p.m.; Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 2:30 – 5:30 p.m.

Pascua Yaqui Tribe Health Services/WIC: Second Wednesday, each month, 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., by appointment 520-879-6113. 

After School Program: M-F, After school-5:30 p.m. 


Youth Dances: Call Whitney Davis for current information
son time and date.

Public Computers: 3 computers are available for citizen use. The computer lab is open Monday-Friday, 10:30 am-5:30 pm. Any questions, call: 822-4408.

For more information go tohttp://www.pima.gov/nrpr/centers/robles_ranch/index.htm
Robles Junction Community Council:  Our primary goal is to build new programs and projects benefiting all residents of the Robles Junction/Three Points area. Founded in 1998, the Robles Junction Community Council is a 501-3C Community based foundation. In addition, the Council serves as the agent receiving and distributing funds needed to implement programs that enhance and enrich community life. As such, we are a registered non-profit with the ability to accept tax deductible donations. For community groups we can receive donations for your organization and disburse any monies required for program/project support. 

     The Council also provides emergency preparedness training and hosts and manages the local roblesjunction.org website. The website has been designed to provide all citizens with easy access to information about businesses, local organizations and organizations providing services to our community. Recent RJCC clients have included: Three Points CERT, The Fence Post Newsletter,  The local website: www.roblesjunction.org, Robles Responds- for the soccer field, and the Altar Valley School District. Groups, give us a call and we can explain how it all works to help you. For more information call Cher Williams, President, at 520-820-0847 or email Cher at:  cher85736@aol.com or Cher@roblesjunction.org.

Safety Information Articles

Receive information on how to make your property and possessions safer. Click on the following articles. Feel free to print out and pass around to your neighbors.

Protecting your car/truck from theft

Home security Inspection Information

Home security Inspection Survey

How alarms can protect your property

Call 911- Everything you wanted to know

Spot the meth labs

Links to other sites

Firewise.org - is a free online resource to learn about Firewise Landscaping, Plants Learning Center for Free Courses and check sheets to assess your home's fire safety.

Pima County/Tucson Outdoor Lighting Codes help define the standards for outdoor lighting to protect the nighttime environment. Especially critical is not pointing any lights at Kitt Peak as we are in an Outdoor Lighting Restrictions Area.

Pimaxpress.com - Pima County website to look up various codes and ordinances and to report any violation.

Three Points Information & Referral:

The program offers information, answers and referrals for: Human Service Agencies,Family Services, Housing and Utility Assistance, Help Filling-Out Forms, Housing Repair, Community Volunteer Information, Drug & Alcohol Treatment, Mental Health, Spay & Neuter Programs, Community Resources, And Much More!  The Robles Junction/Three Points Community Information & Referral office is located at the Robles Ranch Community Center; round the back door by the Food Bank. 

     For more in-depth services it is best to set an appointment. The office is staffed most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Check the calendar for changes. The Robles Junction/Three Points Community Information & Referral is made possible by funds from PCCAA & AZDES. Reasonable accommodation is provided for all persons.  Summer office hours: Mon, Tues & Fri, 8:30-12:30 pm. Call 520 808-2316 or 520 822-1429. Email us at: info.    3pts@gmail.com 

            Organizations Providing Services to our Community

Trico Cooperative: is a non-profit,member owned electric cooperative serving more than 38,000 customers in northwest Tucson, Marana, Corona de Tucson, Sahuarita, Green Valley, Three Points, Arivaca and Sasabe. We optimize benefits to our Members and their communities. Check out web site for information on how you can benefit from Trico membership: http://www.trico.org/ Trico Electric Cooperative, Inc.

Desert Times Community Newspaper: Published once a month - 1st of each month. Deadline for submissions - 20th of each month Tucson West Publishing, 3029 S. Kinney Rd. (Ajo Way/Kinney), (520) 578-1505.

UCHC 3 Points Clinic: 15921 W Ajo Highway, Tucson, AZ 85735, Call: 520 407-5700. Established & New Patients Welcome, Pre-Natal Care, Preventative and Restorative Dental Services for Kids, SE Habla Espanol, Specialty Support for Internal Medicine and Gyn. Walk ins are welcome.  UCHC discount plan for people with no insurance, limited insurance or no secondary insurance, Medicare and commercial insurance. 

General office hours are: M-F: 8-5, closed Saturday, Sunday

We also have office hours in the Altar Valley School System. Go to our Web Site: http://uchcaz.org/ 

For Three Points/Robles Junction clinic info: http://uchcaz.org/clinics.php

UCHC Mobile Dental RV: Our mobile dental program for kids provides screening, sealant and basic treatment services for children. More complex treatment needs are handled through a referral process. Our mission is to make dental care available to everyone, giving special consideration to those who may not have adequate dental coverage. Any questions please call (520) 407-5617. Our mobile Dentistry RV office comes to the Altar Valley School, Call for the schedule. Email info@uchcaz.org

The Tohono O'odham Nation: http://www.tonation-nsn.gov

The Tohono O'odham nation is a federally recognized Tribe located in southwestern and central Arizona. Tohono o"odham translates as "desert people" and our people have lived in the region since time immemorial. We have a rich history and culture that continues to thrive today.