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Child Crisis Arizona also licenses, trains and supports foster and adoptive families, and provides early childhood education and resources for families through early education services, parenting classes, workshops and playgroups.
Deer Valley Family Resource Center Desert Sage Elementary, 4035 W Alameda Rd, Glendale New River Elementary School, 48827 N Black Canyon Fwy, New River 623-445-4727 • dvusd.org/dvfrc Provides support to strengthen families living in the North Phoenix region.
Transportation – Take advantage of the Arizona Transit Association’s many public transportation options if you are struggling to find a way to get to and from your job.
Rent Assistance – Arizona offers two options for moms looking for help to provide housing for their families.
Arizona’s WIC (Women, Infants and Children) Program offers parents of children younger than five food vouchers to buy healthy foods like milk, bread and cheese. The DES offers the Nutrition Assistance Program to low-income families.
Arizona’s Kids Care program is available to kids from low-income families in Arizona.
Below is a list of state-sponsored scholarships and grants.
AZ Facts of Life Active Parenting 602-254-2704 • Workshops educate parents on a variety of issues related to teens and youth ages 11 to 17.
They help pay for health, day-to-day bills, childcare and much more.
– The DES (Department of Economic Security offers childcare assistance to parents who are getting a degree or GED, are actively employed, or are fulfilling other eligible training requirements and cannot afford to pay for childcare for their kids.