The AZ STARS Statewide Mentoring Project is a collaboration of community agencies that have come together for the purpose of matching recruited mentors with children of incarcerated parents. The collaboration consists of:

Pima Prevention Partnership
Pima Prevention Partnership acts as the coordinating agency.

Big Brothers and Big Sisters
Big Brothers Big Sisters agencies in Pima, Maricopa, Yavapai, Navajo, Apache and Coconino County. Big Brothers Big Sisters agencies have a proven success record in creating and nurturing relationships between adults and children.

The Amachi Mentoring Coalition Project is a collaborative effort established at Public/Private Ventures to assist young people through mentoring.  Amachi is a Nigerian Ibo word that means "Who knows but what God has brought us through this child".

Prison Fellowship Ministry
Prison Fellowship Ministry is a faith-based program which is active in all state, federal, and private prisons in the state of Arizona, as well as in most county jails. This program supports 100,000 inmates on an annual basis. This group works with over 1,000 churches and 2,000 volunteers and coordinates Angel Tree Christmas gifts and Angel Tree summer camping for children of prisoners.

K.A.R.E. Family Centers
The K.A.R.E. Family Centers provide information for grandparents, relatives, caregivers and adoptive families. Services may include caregiver support groups, children of prisoner support groups, assistance in caregivers obtaining guardianship, and advocacy.

Neighborhood Ministries in Phoenix
Neighborhood Ministries is a holistic Christian outreach program for low-income families and at-risk children in inner-city Phoenix, Arizona. They help with recruitment and faith-based support for AZ STARS.

Governor’s Office for Children Youth and Families
The project is funded by a grant from the Department of Health and Human Services, Children, Youth, and Families Division and the Arizona Governor’s Office, Parents Commission. 

Girl Scouts Beyond Bars
Girl Scouts Beyond Bars goals are to lessen the impact of parental separation due to incarceration, to foster the personal and social development of girls and their mothers, and to provide girls with the opportunity to participate with their parents in the Girl Scout Leadership Experience.