November 22, 2022

Upcoming Holiday Events!

November: Raven Café Pajama Drive (Prescott) – November 15th – December 15th The Raven Café will be hosting a Pajama Drive for our youth in Foster Care! Bring in new pajamas for all ages, 0-18. Help keep our kids warm and cozy for the holiday season. Stop by to enjoy […]

October 31, 2022

From Athletics to AzCA

David Cuen grew up in a small town called Somerton, Arizona. He played baseball and basketball at Cibola High School in Yuma. During his senior season of high school baseball, David was named All-Arizona, recognition for the best 15 players in the state. He helped lead his team to the […]

October 20, 2022

Making a Difference: One Cup & Sand Tray at a Time

We are so thankful for Dutch Bros and members of the Tucson community for volunteering earlier this month for United Way’s Days of Caring. Volunteers spent the day at our Tucson office cleaning and reorganizing our Las Familias sand room, and creating a brighter environment for children healing from trauma. […]

October 20, 2022

A Pretty SWEET Storefront

Feel sweet while enjoying your favorite treats! Arizona’s Children Association (AzCA) is partnering with See’s Candies through their Yum-Raiser program with our own online storefront! Shop our online store when you are craving your favorite See’s candy or looking to find the perfect gift this holiday season. Arizona’s Children Association […]

October 19, 2022

Gifts of Hope is here!

For most of us, the holidays are filled with happiness, friends and family—a time when children look forward to fun and presents. This is merely a dream for many of AzCA’s children and families. Providing the joys of the holidays is often very difficult for foster families and for the […]

October 19, 2022

Making Your Voice Count: Ryan’s Story

“At the time, the government treated being poor the same as being abused.” This is how Ryan Young, a Peer Mentor with Arizona’s Children Association (AzCA), described the service structure that resulted in his removal from his biological family and placed in an orphanage. Although the traditional orphanage model has […]

October 13, 2022

A Grandmother’s Bond

Garleah Spicer is a 67-year-old grandmother who has raised Vincent since he was about 2 years old. Vincent is an autistic teen who has severe trauma and is heavily medicated. Garleah has been Vincent’s only mother figure as she helped his father care for him when they moved to Arizona. […]

August 26, 2022

Arizona’s Children Association is not closing.

Arizona’s Children Association (AzCA) would like to provide some clarification in light of information that was disseminated outside of our agency. AzCA is closing three of our locations: Surprise and Apache Junction effective October 14, 2022 and Sierra Vista effective October 21, 2022. All other AzCA offices and programs remain […]

August 23, 2022

Upcoming Events!

September: Chipotle (Phoenix) – September 14 – 4-8PM We will be having a Chipotle give-back night! For any in-store purchase or online order, AzCA will receive 33% back! Must present the flyer below or use the code D7M3CRZ with any online order Participating location: 100 E. Camelback Road, Suite 196, […]

August 12, 2022

WE’VE BEEN RE-ACCREDITED!

Arizona’s Children Association has been re-accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA)! What is COA? Accreditation from COA is the international standard for high-quality care in the fields of child welfare, behavioral health, and prevention services. “Founded in 1977 by the Child Welfare League of America and Family Service America […]