Vote IN PERSON or Drop off your Ballot by This Tuesday, Aug 1st, 7pm
It's not too late to vote for Mayor and Council candidates in the City of Tucson Election who will start supporting enforcing our laws. Click on the link below to vote in person or drop off you ballot. You need to do it by 7pm, this Tuesday August 1st!!!!
PLEASE SUPPORT CANDIDATES WHO WILL START ENFORCING OUR LAWS
MESSAGE FROM TCFC Steering Leaders
Regardless of the rhetoric you read in the media...(lots of articles about failures in Portland and California even with billions dedicated to providing free housing to addicts without addressing their addiction), until we hold people accountable for the crimes they commit and provide resources to break addicts out of the cycle of addiction we are not addressing the real source of the problem. Drug addicts are stealing from stores, non-stop, causing prices to increase and making retail employees fearful to come to work, destroying our local businesses, destroying our properties, making public transportation unsafe and making all of us and our children feel unsafe. Recently, we read a sign that said "We here in Tucson don't care how you did it in <name your city>". We in Pima County have the ability to decide whether we are going to elect officials that enforce our laws or continue to invite mayhem and destruction. Current policies are failing and the proof is the constant increased open air drug use and crime on the street. It does not matter what electeds say, the proof is in front of you, on the street. We share the pictures that we can take any day on Tucson Streets. The death and destruction supported by our current elected officials policies is not humane.
"At a minimum 80% of individuals living on the street suffer from substance abuse and 60% suffer from mental illness. Many of our non profits that provide shelter, detox and support are operating at less than 50% occupancy." (Source TPCH).
TCFC In the Media and Speaking
TCFC Speaks at Southern Arizona Leadership (SALC)