The Alliance strongly believes in the value of volunteers. We know that volunteers who are willing to join our team will help the Alliance attain its goals, while staying rooted in the community, and thereby fully realize its mission. We are therefore committed to welcoming all properly vetted members of our community regardless of age, race, creed or ability. At the Alliance, volunteers are entitled to the same respect accorded to our staff, to opportunities for developing their skills and relationships, and to feel that they are equal partners in the attainment of our organization’s goals.

Our Mission is to build partnerships and work together to prevent substance misuse and violence among youth and adults.

Our Vision is to be a catalyst for developing a healthy, safe and drug-free community. Our goal is to bring drug prevention into every business, home, and heart in Casa Grande.

Our Commitment is to Prevention – The process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improve, their wellbeing. It moves beyond a focus on individual behavior towards a wide range of social and environmental interventions.

All volunteer applicants will be asked to do the following:

  • Complete an interview with the Volunteer Coordinator  
  • Attend a New Volunteer Orientation 
  • Complete an application, which may include central registry check, and/or a fingerprint clearance card  
  • Most positions provide on-site training to equip volunteers with the skills and information necessary to perform specific assignments.

For more information or to enroll in the next orientation please call (520) 836-5022

Current Volunteer Recruitment

We currently seek to fill the following volunteer positions:

Afterschool Homework Club Mentor 

  • Provide academic support in reading, math, science, language arts and other core subjects to small groups of sixth, seventh and eighth graders between the hours of 3 and 5:30 pm, Monday through Thursday.
  • Communicate with middle school teachers; advocate for students, when appropriate.
  • Determine a process for measuring success.
  • Class 1 AZ DPS Fingerprint Clearance Card required.

Strong Families Support/Co-Facilitator  

  • Devise a new process to recruit families with children between 10 and 14 years old 
  • Recruit and support families that participate in the Strong Families Program
  • Aid and support for Strong Families Program facilitators
  • Co-facilitate the Strong Families program, when appropriate. 

Family Resource Center Organizer 

  • Research alternatives; develop a menu of options; arrange and attend site visits 
  • Facilitate a process with parents of Saguaro Elementary School and Casa Grande Middle School to determine what resources they would like 
  • Gather partners and resources to implement the plan for the resource center. 
  • Determine a process for measuring success.
  • Staff and schedule the center with volunteers
  • Facilitate the offering of educational workshops of interest to parents.

Front Desk 

  • Provide administrative support to agency staff and volunteers.
  • Manage resource room and tabling materials 
  • Partner with Operations Manager to learn agency processes
  • Supervise, mentor and support interns and Pinal County Attorney Office Diversion Program participants

If you have a special skill you believe would be of special assistance to the Alliance, please call Bob at (520) 836-5022.

Contact Us

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Casa Grande Alliance

280 West Mcmurray Boulevard, Casa Grande, Arizona 85122, United States

(520) 836-5022



09:00 am – 05:00 pm


09:00 am – 05:00 pm


09:00 am – 05:00 pm


09:00 am – 05:00 pm


09:00 am – 05:00 pm