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a list of our favorite “go-to” resources to learn more about trauma and helping parents to address trauma using the Protective Factors Framework. Feel free to leave comments below with your own resource ideas and we’ll be sure to update the page!read more
Partners in Caring seeks to engage individuals, families and congregations to promote social, economic, health and other activities in the community. Programs include employment counseling, emergency food assistance, and the Interfaith Homeless Emergency Lodging Program (I-HELP).read more
PAC is staffed by parents, called Parent Partners, who have raised or are currently raising children with emotional, physical, and behavioral health care needs. PAC’s Parent Partners provide support and helpful information, discuss options, offer encouragement, and inspire hope. They listen and help parents face challenges and find solutions that will meet the needs of their child and family.read more
As the only faith-based recovery program in the region offering long-term, comprehensive services to women and children, the Changing Lives Center helps to rebuild lives. The facility can house and provide for approximately 200 women and children. The 12- to-18-month program provides a stable, nurturing environment where women work through addiction and abuse issues. They receive life skills education and counseling, and ultimately become self-sufficient through career assessment and job placement.read more
Maggie’s Place homes are in neighborhoods. Living at Maggie’s Place is like being part of a family; you will be surrounded by people that love you, support you, and will always want the best for you and your family! While moms are pregnant, they frequently share a room with another pregnant mom and as she nears her delivery date, she may move into a single bedroom with a crib, changing table and other items she will need for her baby.read more
Foster Care Initiatives is committed to reach families who are at risk of child abuse and neglect. We journey alongside parents as they courageously break the cycle of child abuse and neglect in their families. **Parent Base Note: This is an amazing organization if...read more
Parents of Addicted Loved Ones is a support group of parents helping parents. We meet every week to offer addiction education and support, at no charge, for parents who are trying to save a son or daughter from addiction. **Parent Base Note: There are some amazing...read more
HEALTHY CONNECTIONS WORKSHEET One of the most important things a parent can do to successfully traverse the dependency process and maintain a healthy family moving forward is to identify and strengthen their support network. This session will lead parents...read more
Hope Women’s Center is a Christian non-profit organization that has served vulnerable women and teen girls in Apache Junction and the surrounding communities for over 32 years. Thousands of women, teens and their families have received free services and care through our education, mentoring, pregnancy support and material resource programs. read more
"Hope Women's Center" NEONATAL ABSTINENCE SYNDROME There are many misunderstandings surrounding the issue of drug-exposed newborns. This tool is designed to provide parents with necessary information regarding Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, it's affects on children,...read more