Arizona’s Children Association



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Founded Founded in 1912, Arizona’s Children Association (AzCA) is one of the oldest and largest statewide comprehensive child welfare and behavioral health not-for-profit agencies in Arizona. It is our credibility and commitment to providing services to children and families in need that has allowed us to remain on the leading edge of child welfare and behavioral health concerns for more than 100 years. Areas We Serve SERVING ARIZONA’S FAMILIES & CHILDREN Located in all 15 Arizona counties, our professionally trained, caring and dedicated staff provide a broad spectrum of services that help create and sustain a healthy family environment. Each program is tailored to meet the needs of the particular child, individual or family. Our team members are able to expertly navigate between our behavioral health and child welfare programs to provide additional supports and resources. Fundraising Visit us online to learn about our upcoming local fundraising events, or make a donation that will support children and families in our community. If you don’t see a fundraising option that fits you, create your own! Visit our website to discover ways you can make a difference in your own style by starting your own fundraiser. Calling all Volunteers There are many ways to get involved - volunteering your time, mentoring youth, becoming a foster/adoptive parent, joining our team, or attending one of our events. Your generosity makes an impact in your local community find a way to give back that’s right for you! Protecting Children Empowering Youth Strengthening Families Donating Opportunities Consider making a monetary gift or a donation of goods, $.89 of every dollar donated goes directly to our programs & services. Your donation may qualify you for the Arizona Charitable Organization Tax Credit. This tax credit can reduce state taxes, up to $400 for individuals and $800 for couples. Make A Difference We make a difference by: • Providing safe environments for kids. • Promoting healing from trauma and abuse. • Supporting caregivers and families. • Guiding at-risk youth and young adults. • Building a stronger, more resilient community. Here’s what you can do to help a child... Donate, volunteer or mentor, foster or adopt, or attend a free parenting workshop. Learn more at