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Foundation for Senior Living

www.fsl.org

866-375-9779

Services, education and advocacy to preserve independence and enhance quality of life.

Duet - Partners in Health & Aging

www.duetaz.org

602-274-5022

Support to home-bound adults and other qualifying elders.

Singlemom.net

singlemom.net

Financial assistance, grants, rental assistance, parenting and dating advice

Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES)

www.azdes.gov

Provides social services, for children, families, seniors and people with disabilities, Assists eligible families in finding and paying for child care

Arizona Child Care Resource and Referral

arizonachildcare.org

Helps families find child care and resources for financial assistance

Association for Supportive Child Care

asccaz.org

Child care services

Child and Family Resources, Inc.

www.childfamilyresources.org

(520) 881-8940

AZEIP provides in home assessment, evaluation, and ongoing services to families with children birth to three, who have developmental delays and/or disabilities.  Services are provided in all regions of Pima and Santa Cruz Counties. 

First Things First

www.azftf.gov

Child Care Services - resource and financial assistance early care and education scholarships

Sunrise Preschools

sunrisepreschools.com

Preschools that work with the DES (Dept of Economic Security) to provide preschool, before/after/holiday care for children (6 weeks - 12 years)

Arizona Head Start Association Head Start and Early Start programs

azheadstart.org

Child care and education

Office for Children with Special Health Care Needs

azdhs.gov

(602) 542-1025

The Office for Children with Special Health Care Needs (OCSHCN) works to improve systems of care, provide information and referral to families, who would like assistance in finding the services available to their child; provide training to families and professionals on best practices related to medical home, cultural competence, transition to adulthood and family and youth involvement; and support telemedicine to provide services in remote areas of the state.

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