Partner Assistance Programs

Project Reachout Program

As we transform the animal welfare community of the future, AHS is committed to partnering with other animal welfare organizations to save even more lives.

Project Reachout, AHS’ partner assistance program, is a lifesaving program that transfers at-risk pets from other animal welfare organizations, including Maricopa County Animal Care and Control, when space on our adoption floors allow.

Due to initiatives like Project Reachout, AHS has undergone one of the most rapid transformational changes in animal welfare in the country decreasing euthanasia by 82 percent and saving an additional 115,000 lives. AHS has become a “destination” shelter for at-risk pets due to our innovative and lifesaving behavior and medical programs as well as our Ethical No-Kill Philosophy.

Become a Partner!

If your organization is interested in becoming a partner for Project Reachout, please submit an application. If you have any questions, contact Kayla Weber at or 602.997.7585 Ext. 2025.