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www.azdes.gov/az_child_support/overview.aspx

The Child Support Enforcement program works with the DES food stamps, cash assistance, vocational rehabilitation, jobs and child care programs to ensure that both the custodial and non-custodial parents have the support they need in order to take steps to ...

Telephone(520) 258-7001

www.azheadstart.org

Arizona's Head Start community works tirelessly to deliver the national school readiness program to low-income children and their families. Head Start programs provide a wide range of services to enrolled children and their families under the general cate ...

Telephone(480) 557-9607

www.ica.state.az.us/Labor/Labor_main.aspx

Has jurisdiction in four areas: resolution of disputes involving wages, youth employment law enforcement, licensing of private employment agencies that charge fees to applicants, and the state minimum wage.

Telephone(520) 628-5459

www.azcourts.gov/fcrb/Home.aspx

The Foster Care Review Board advises the juvenile court on progress toward achieving a permanent home for a child or children involved in a dependency action and in an out-of-home placement. The well-being of these children is the highest concern to board ...

Telephone(520) 388-4300

www.azcourts.gov/improve/ParentAssistanceHotline.aspx

The Parent Assistance Hotline (PAH) provides information to parents or guardians to broaden their understanding of the process of the removal of a child from their home.

Telephone(602) 452-3580

openinn.org/programs/center-for-juvenile-alternatives/

The Center for Juvenile Alternatives, located at Open Inn’s 9th Street Youth & Family Services Center in downtown Tucson, is a collaborative effort that partners with public and private entities to serve youth and their families. The Center for Juvenile A ...

Telephone(520) 670-9040

www.azdes.gov/landing.aspx?id=10178

The Division of Children, Youth and Families is a human service organization dedicated to achieving safety, well-being and permanency for children, youth and families through leadership and the provision of quality services in partnership with communities ...

Telephone(602) 351-2245

www.azchildren.org/default.asp

Through research, publications, media campaigns, and advocacy, CAA seeks to influence policies and decisions affecting the lives of Arizona children and their families on issues related to health,child abuse and neglect, early care and education, budget a ...

Telephone(520) 795-4199
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www.pcao.pima.gov/communityjustice.aspx

Community Justice Boards (CJBs) operate on the principles of balanced and restorative justice while focusing primarily on juvenile accountability and building competencies for our youth and their families. Community Justice Boards are comprised of specia ...

Telephone(520) 740-5611

www.azcourts.gov/casa/Home.aspx

Volunteers advise the court about the best interests of children who have been made wards of the court.

Telephone(520) 740-2060

www.pcjcc.pima.gov/drugcourt.html

The Pima County Family Drug Court aims to break the cycle of child abuse and neglect due to parental substance abuse.

Telephone(520) 740-2029

fathers.com

The National Center for Fathering is a nonprofit educational organization that provides research-based training and resources so that men are equipped to address their children’s needs. They aim to reverse the cultural trend toward fatherlessness by helpi ...

Telephone(800) 593-3237

grandsplace.org

Grandparents United hopes to provide a safe and accepting environment where caregivers can join together and give each other the support and comfort we need.

Telephone(520) 744-4884

Juvenile Drug Court is a strengths-based coordinated approach to treatment of juveniles between the ages of thirteen (13) years six (6) months to seventeen (17) years of age who have histories of moderate to severe substance use/abuse. Services Offered: ...

Telephone(520) 740-4512

www.pimahealth.org

Provides healthcare to youths including primary care, general and sports physicals, school immunizations and HPV vaccinations, STD testing and treatment, prenatal care and case management, family planning and birth control. Also helps youths obtain healt ...

Telephone(520) 740-4600

www.schools.pima.gov

The Pima County School Superintendent's Office is a constitutional office with specific statutory mandates and authorities. Its statutory responsibilities fall into four broad categories: fiscal, special administration, informational and educational.

Telephone(520) 724-8451

www.pcteencourt.com

Pima County Teen Court is a diversion program for minors who have been arrested and have admitted guilt to their crime. These teens choose to be sentenced by a jury of their peers instead of going through the Pima County Juvenile Justice Court system. Al ...

Telephone(520) 326-2528 x2147

tunidito.org

Tu Nidito Children and Family Services provides comfort, hope and support for children and families whose lives have been impacted by a serious medical condition or death. Through its array of support groups and individual services Tu Nidito provides emot ...

Telephone(520) 322-9155

tunidito.org

Tu Nidito Children and Family Services provides comfort, hope and support for children and families whose lives have been impacted by a serious medical condition or death. Through its array of support groups and individual services Tu Nidito provides emot ...

Telephone(520) 322-9155