Emergency Children’s Shelter
Mission: To provide Arizona’s children a safe environment, free from abuse and neglect, by creating strong and successful families.
Vision: Safe Kids. Strong Families
Child Crisis Arizona operates an Emergency Children’s Shelter facility for children up to age 10 and a group home for teen boys ages 10-18 who have had to be removed from their homes due to family hardships, abuse or neglect. We also operate two independent living homes for youth aging out of the foster care system, ages 16-21.
Foster Care and Adoption
Child Crisis Arizona licenses and certifies foster and adoptive families. We support these families through education and training, child-family matching services and post-placement support.
Prevention and Education
We also offer specific support groups and additional services for kinship families, or relatives raising a relative child.
Child Crisis Arizona’s subsidiary organization, FANS Across America, provides daily living essentials to homeless youth and families.
Child Crisis Arizona’s Early Education Services Program offers high quality education to children in Mesa and Phoenix.