Tag: foster care

Foster Care Orientation and Open House

| June 13, 2016
Foster Care Orientation and Open House

Join Child and Family Support Services for a foster care orientation and open house. Read more…

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Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System

| June 6, 2016
Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System

A special link for information for foster families has been established…

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Dept. of Child Safety Data Show Stress on Families and the Agency

| June 6, 2016
Dept. of Child Safety Data Show Stress on Families and the Agency

The number of children in Arizona’s foster care system has reached an all-time high while the number of staff available to work with them continues to drop…

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CASA Volunteers Needed

| June 6, 2016
CASA Volunteers Needed

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) volunteers are needed in your community!

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Foster Care Info Night

| May 6, 2016
Foster Care Info Night

Join Child and Family Support Services on May 10th, 2016 for a foster care orientation and open house. Read more…

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Webinar on Permanency for Older Youth

| April 18, 2016
Webinar on Permanency for Older Youth

Join Alliance for Children’s Rights for a great webinar opportunity this Wednesday on permanency options for older youth…

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Kin Konnections Support Group: March 22nd

| March 14, 2016
Kin Konnections Support Group: March 22nd

FREE support group for kinship caregivers is coming up on March 22nd!

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Foster Care Info Night

| February 29, 2016
Foster Care Info Night

Join Child and Family Support Services on March 8th, 2016 for a foster care orientation and open house. Read more…

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New Family Finding Resources For Young Adults

| February 5, 2016
New Family Finding Resources For Young Adults

The new Family Finding resource section on the FAAZ website, gives young people a way to start searching for ways to reconnect with family members. Read more…

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New Data Shows Foster Care Children Lag Behind Peers in Academic Success

| December 17, 2015
New Data Shows Foster Care Children Lag Behind Peers in Academic Success

A newly released study finds Arizona students in foster care fare worse academically than their peers, even those who are considered to be at risk because of other factors,  such as poverty, language barriers and learning disabilities. The report, Arizona’s Invisible Achievement Gap, highlights a critical issue affecting foster children: disruptions have a devastating impact […]

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