Here are some helpful resources for our families:

Behavioral Health:
Mercy Maricopa
Service info for Children in Foster Care
Cenpatico Integrated Care
Jacob’s Law

Mercy Maricopa Training

Pinal County Stabilization Services

Pima County Stabilization Services

Resources for clothes, Hygiene Items, Beds, etc: 
Helen’s Hope Chest
Jose’s Closet
Arizona Helping Hands

Jose's Closet

Arizona Donations for Foster Families

ifoster

http://www.iamyou360.org/
http://www.morethanabed.org/


American Red Cross-provides smoke detectors to families.  Contact your Family Specialist or the Recruitment Coordinator for more information


Native American Resources: 

Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community

Gila River Indian Community

Pascua Yaqui

Navajo Nation

Three Precious Miracles

Phoenix Indian Center

Apply for various Health & Human Service Benefits: 

http://www.arizonaselfhelp.org/


Financial Assistance to Foster Families for a Variety of Activities/Services/Supplies (for items such as sports fees, tutoring, dance lessons, music lessons): 

Arizona Friends of Foster Children


All Statewide Programs and Services:
https://www.azdes.gov/


Arizona Early Intervention


Head Start


Provider Indemnity Program

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Register To Vote, Register Your Vehicle, and More:
http://servicearizona.com/

Arizona Family Resources
http://www.azfamilyresources.org/


For a list of foster care licensing agencies in Arizona by county, click here.
For statistics on children in foster care, click here.
Frequently Asked Questions about the Foster Licensing Process.

Birth to 5 Helpline:
http://www.swhd.org/programs/health-and-development/birth-to-five-helpline

1-877-705-5437


WIC:
http://azdhs.gov/prevention/azwic/

Birth to 5 checklist for child’s growth:
https://www.azdes.gov/InternetFiles/Pamphlets/pdf/PAK-646.pdf

Training Opportunities:
www.raisingspecialkids.org
Mesa Public Schools- Parent University

Dealing with head lice:
www.headlice.org
http://www.totallicecontrol.com


Arizonans for Children:
http://www.arizonansforchildren.org/


 LifeBooks:
http://www.ifapa.org/publications/IFAPA_Lifebook_Pages.asp

Adapted Recreation:
Special Olympics
Miracle League
City of Chandler Therapeutic Recreation
City of Tempe Adapted Recreation
City of Gilbert Adaptive Recreation
City of Mesa Adaptive Leisure
City of Glendale Adaptive Programs
City of Peoria Adaptive Recreation

Ability 360


Discounts:

Golfland and Sunsplash-store name APTCH

Arizona Safe Outlet-let them know you are licensed or getting licensed with APTCH.  

A Place To Call Home is a member of the following organizations:

Resources

If you suspect abuse, report it now.
Arizona’s Statewide Toll-Free Child Abuse Hotline
1-888-SOS-CHILD
1-888-767-2445
Click Here to learn more.

If you suspect Abuse of an Adult, please report it now: 
877-SOS-ADULT
877-761-2385
Click Here for more information.

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