Gerardo Carlos wasn’t sure where to turn until he found help at Primavera Foundation. Not long after buying a Sonoran Ranch Estates house over a decade ago, Gerardo’s family ran into money problems. He stopped paying neighborhood association fees. In April, he received a letter from the Pima County Sheriff’s Department saying if he didn’t
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Through our work with participants, residents and community partners, we employ a shared vision and cross-sector collaborative strategy to create healthy, vibrant neighborhoods and communities.