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What is a Disruption in Foster Care?

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.

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Common Myths of Foster Care

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.

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Child Crisis Arizona and Goodwill Collaborate

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.

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Nurse’s Week

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.

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Jeff Fantin – 2016 Volunteer Spirit Award Recipient

On April 27 Jeff Fantin, Child Crisis Arizona’s volunteer IT Director received the prestigious SRP Presidents’ Volunteer Spirit Award! Jeff was one of six SRP employees recognized for their volunteer work.

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Dr. Kipp Charlton Day

Today, on the newly proclaimed Dr. Kipp Charlton Day by the city of Phoenix, Child Crisis Arizona renames the Phoenix Emergency Children’s Shelter as “Kipp’s Place”.

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Share Your Special Occasion with Child Crisis Arizona

Child Crisis Arizona is introducing a new way to support our children and families we serve while celebrating your special occasion. If you have everything you need and want this birthday, anniversary, wedding or baby shower, consider sharing your special event with Child Crisis Arizona.

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National Volunteer Week

Volunteers make the day-to-day operations of Child Crisis Arizona possible. Our volunteers’ hard work and dedication is invaluable to our ability to create safe kids and strong families. Since it is National Volunteer Week, we wanted to brag a little about our amazing volunteers. Last year, 4,353 volunteers gave nearly 35,000 hours of their time. That’s equivalent to nearly 17 full-time employees!

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Fiesta Invitational Tournament (FIT) Registration Now Open

Child Crisis Arizona is thrilled to partner with Fiesta Invitational Tournament (FIT) for its 31st Annual tournament which has raised more than $1.28 million for Child Crisis Arizona and other children’s charities.

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National Doctors’ Day

Today is National Doctors’ Day, a day to celebrate the contributions of physicians who serve our country by caring for its’ citizens. Child Crisis Arizona is fortune to have multiple doctors to celebrate.

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