Child Crisis Arizona Brings Services to Peoria

Child Crisis Arizona is pleased to be one of 11 non-profits opening up a new workspace inside the newly-formed Community Assistance Resource Center, bringing foster care and adoption and family education services to the west valley.

Child Crisis Arizona staff will be working out of the space, located at 8335 W. Jefferson St. in Peoria, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Tuesdays and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursdays.


12 Children Graduate from Child Crisis Arizona Preschool

A dozen families shared dozens of smiles on Friday, June 21 as they watched their four year olds accept their preschool diplomas at the Child Crisis Arizona Phoenix Early Education campus.

Each year Child Crisis Arizona provides quality preschool at a very low cost to 28 children whose families are living at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty level. This year 12 of those children graduated and will move on to kindergarten in the fall.


Celebrate the Role of Fathers

June is the time to celebrate Fathers! At Child Crisis Arizona we applaud the fathers who make a special effort to be a part of their child’s life. Like Ambrosio, father to two young children, who sits on the Parent Committee and has sat on the Policy Council for the Early Head Start program at the Phoenix early education campus.


“We Knew Our Family Was Complete.”

Nicholas was placed in foster care when he was two days old. While his foster parent provided a safe home for him for two years, Nicholas needed a forever home and a family.

After learning about the growing need for foster families for children like Nicholas, Matt and Candice, who were raising two sons, decided to open their heart and home to another child.