(Thrift Store at 112 N. Florence St.) Our mission is to provide safe shelter, advocacy, counseling and related services to survivors of domestic violence, their dependent children and their families. We also provide quality services to the youth of the community so they may achieve their highest potential as they grow into responsible adults.
The Boys and Girls Club of Casa Grande is a private, not-for-profit organization affiliated with Boys and Girls Clubs of America, whose purpose is to inspire, and enable all youth of Casa Grande to realize their full potential as productive, responsible citizens.
P.O. Box 11543
319 W. 3rd St.
Casa Grande, AZ 85130-1543 from Casa Grande, AZ
Casa Grande Art Museum
The Art Museum promotes cultural awareness of the arts through various mediums, including our sculpture gardens. Located in the Gus Kratzka House which is listed on the Local and National Register of Historic Places.
Casa Grande Survivors of Suicide Jim Gray
Bi-monthly Casa Grande Survivors of Suicide group for Pinal and surrounding counties. The group meetings will take place at the Casa Grande Public Library, 449 N. Drylake Rd in Casa Grande the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month from 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm. All meeting are FREE of charge.
An international Catholic organization of lay persons founded in 1833 by Frederick Ozanam and his companions. Placed under the patronage of St. Vincent de Paul, the Society derives its inspiration from his thinking and work. It works to help those who are suffering by person-to-person involvement of its members in a spirit of justice and charity.
Founded in 1964 this is more than a museum. It is a heritage telling a story of Casa Grande from its roots of yesterday. We have an extensive research library, period rooms, gift shop, and local and national historic register buildings on the property.
The Valley Humane Society is a local non-profit organization dedicated to serving the Pinal County pet population. Many ill and unwanted pets are given to the Humane Society each month. With careful consideration, certain pets are chosen to be placed in homes. We reorganized in 1996, and continue to strive for improved conditions for pets and placement of unwanted pets in deserving homes. The organization is funded completely by donations and membership fund raisers. We invite everyone to join is in this truly humane endeavor.
Provides service to all veterans for Medical Transportation, etc. Assists widows and orphans of veterans as necessary. Presides over veterans funerals and assists their families. Community service to schools, hospitals, police and fire departments.