We’ll keep you up-to-date on our work at Child Crisis Arizona.
Child Crisis Arizona and the families and children we serve would like to thank Governor Ducey and Arizona State Legislators for enacting SB 1216 which increases the amounts allowed for charitable tax credits:
This now allows you, to redirect your state tax dollars, up to $900 as an individual and $1800 as a married couple, to Child Crisis Arizona.
We train, educate and support foster and adoptive parents, and provide emergency shelter for children who need a place to sleep. Our Emergency Children’s Shelters have provided a safe haven for more than 29,000 children since 1977.
We need your help to provide care for some of the nearly 21,000 Arizona children who are in need of a home. Our Foster Care and Adoption programs will guide you through the licensing or certification process so you can open your home and heart to a child in need.
Monday, May 23rd, 2016
A disruption occurs when a child is moved unexpectedly from a foster home. A foster family contacts their licensing agency to request the child be removed from their home. When this happens, a child is moved immediately to another foster home, group home or shelter.
Wednesday, May 18th, 2016
There are many myths about the foster care system and unless you have experienced it personally, it may be difficult to decipher fact from fiction.
Wednesday, May 11th, 2016
Beginning June 1, Child Crisis Arizona will bring its renowned parenting workshops to Goodwill Career Centers in Chandler and Peoria giving more families in the community an opportunity to improve their parenting skills.
Thursday, May 5th, 2016
For 120 years, May 6 to May 12 is designated Nurse’s Week to celebrate the important role nurses play in health care. The impact nurses have on Child Crisis Arizona is something to be celebrated.
A no-cost resource for everyone through classes, workshops, children’s playgroups, support groups and family events. Classes and workshops are held in Mesa, Phoenix and throughout the Community!