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A Place To Call Home 1830 S Alma School Rd #122, Mesa 480-456-0549 1200 N El Dorado Pl, Bldg C, #300, Tucson 520-318-9906 • tocallhome.com A foster care and adoption service agency contracted to provide foster care licensing/adoption certification, monitoring, training and placement coordination services for licensed and certified homes. Specializes in serving children and adults with medical needs and/or developmental disabilities who are in need of out-of-home care. Aid to Adoption of Special Kids (AASK) 2320 N 20th St, Phoenix 15396 N 83rd Ave #A100, Peoria 602-254-AASK (2275) • aask-az.org A licensing agency that matches children with perspective placements, recruits foster and adoptive placements and offers foster care training. Arizona Association for Foster & Adoptive Parents (AZAFAP) 3110 E. Thunderbird Road, Suite 110 Phoenix, AZ 85032 602-884-1801 • azafap.org A nonprofit organization serving adoptive families and providing foster and kinship care. AZAFAP works with child welfare professionals and the community to support, educate and provide a voice for Arizona’s foster and adoptive families. The organization also advocates for laws to support children in foster care, kinship care and adoptive families. Arizona’s Children Association Corporate offices: 2833 N 3rd St, Phoenix 2700 S 8th Ave, Tucson 800-947-7611 • arizonaschildren.org One of the largest non-profit agencies in the state offering foster care, adoption, behavioral health, prevention programs and other child welfare services. Provides psychologists, counselors and coaches with a focus on helping to stabilize children’s emotional and behavioral needs. Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation (AFFCF) 1645 E Missouri #220, Phoenix 602-252-9445 • affcf.org Provides scholarships for educational, social and recreational activities for children in foster care, filling a gap created as state funds have been cut back on over the last few years. Arizona Ombudsman – Citizens’ Aide 3737 N 7th St #209, Phoenix 602-277-7292 • azleg.gov/ombudsman An independent agency of the Arizona Legislature that was established to make government more responsive to Arizona citizens. If you feel you have been treated unfairly by a state administrator or find yourself in a disagreement or dispute with a state agency, department, board or commission, or if you have disputes with local government agencies regarding public access laws, you can turn to Ombudsman – Citizens’ Aide. The agency resolves issues and investigate complaints and problems at no cost to families. Child Crisis Arizona 480-222-0194 • childcrisisaz.org Operates the only emergency shelters for Valley children (from birth to age 11) threatened with abuse and neglect. Child Crisis Arizona licenses, trains and supports foster and adoptive families, and provides early childhood education and resources for families through its early education services, parenting classes, workshops and playgroups. Childhelp 15757 N 78th St #B, Scottsdale 480-922-8212 • childhelp.org A national non-profit organization dedicated to helping victims of child abuse and neglect by focusing on prevention, intervention and treatment. The Childhelp® National Child Abuse Hotline, 1-800-4-A-CHILD, operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and receives calls from throughout the United States, Canada, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and Guam. Childhelp’s programs and services also include residential treatment services (villages); children’s advocacy centers; therapeutic foster care; group homes; child abuse prevention, education and training; and the National Day of Hope®, part of National Child Abuse Prevention Month every April. Child Protective Services (CPS) Child abuse hotline: 1-888-SOS-CHILD (1-888-767-2445) azdes.gov Christian Family Care Agency, Inc. (CFCA) 3603 N 7th Ave, Phoenix 602-234-1935 or 800-939-5432 6063 E Grant Rd, Tucson 520-296-8255 or 866-933-4323 PO Box 11237, Prescott 928-443-1150 or 800-939-5432 cfcare.org Specializes in treating children with attachment issues, early abuse and neglect and childhood trauma, as well as foster care and adoption issues and early intervention services. Offers families in therapy a variety of supports including family support, living skills, and respite. Community Provider of Enrichment Services (CPES) 2415 W Huntington Dr #103, Tempe, 602-431-9511 1110 E McDowell Rd, Phoenix, 602-685-1940 954 W Highway 92, Bisbee, 520-432-5453 2828 N Country Club Rd #100, Tucson, 520-325-9688 4825 N Sabino Canyon Rd, Tucson, 520-884-7954 2430 E 6th St, Tucson, 520-882-0090 419 N San Francisco St, Flagstaff, 928-213-8263 516 N. Humphreys St, Flagstaff, 928-214-0991 2180 S 4th Ave #H, Yuma, 928-783-0630 cpes.com Licenses individuals and families to provide a loving and safe home environment for children with a developmental disability. Offers comprehensive training and on-going support for families interested in providing short or long term care for these children. Devereux Arizona 2320 W Peoria Ave #B-147, Phoenix – 602-283-7100 6141 E Grant Road, Tucson – 520-296-5551 devereux.org A non-profit organization that provides foster care services (licensure, training, workshops, support groups, respite and adoption conversion) for children age birth to 18 in Maricopa County and Pima County. Also, offers prevention services and outpatient counseling in Maricopa County. Family Christian Counseling Center 1300 E Missouri Ave, Phoenix 3200 N Dobson Rd, Chandler 602-325-1233 • familyccc.com Child, family, marriage and individual therapies in a faith-based environment that respects personal faith traditions. Specializes in helping adoptive and foster families and in treating children who have suffered abuse and neglect. Family Support Resources 8037 N 43rd Ave, Phoenix 623-931-9300 x326 • fsrfamily.com Foster care services (licensure, training, workshops, support groups, respite and adoption conversion and home studies) for children ages birth through 18 in Maricopa County. Human Resource Training 1951 W Camelback Rd #450, Phoenix 888-433-1344 • hrtaz.com Foster care program encompasses all levels of foster care; including regular, emergency care, medically fragile and respite care. West Valley Child Crisis Center 8631 W Union Hills # 201, Peoria 623-344-3506 • wvccc.org A non-profit agency that offers foster care and adoption services, including adoption services to expectant parents who may be considering making an adoption plan for their child. Raising Arizona Kids magazine provides resource directories as a community service and a starting place for your research. We do not independently evaluate nor do we imply endorsement by including particular organizations. If you know of additional resources we should list, please contact us.