Angelique Trezza provides one-on-one financial coaching.
Arizona Trauma Institute provides trainings to improve treatment and trauma sensitivity.
Association for Supportive Childcare provides 14-week series called Kith and Kin.
ASU Morrison Institute under contract with our agency to do a full programmatic evaluation with funds from Dignity Health Foundation.
ASU School of Social Work and Arizona Coalition to End Domestic Sexual and Domestic Violence Americorps Domestic Violence Host Site (volunteers providing evidence based care). Host site conducts domestic violence safety decision aid safety planning interventions with domestic violence survivors at the host site.
Bloom365 provides classes to help prevent abusive relationships.
Breastfeeding USA provides breastfeeding support group.
Catholic Charities Community Services provides individual counseling for clients and psycho-educational groups.
Chick Fil A (16th Street & Camelback) provides meals for our classes and events.
Creighton University School of Nursing provides nursing student interns to work in shelters with clients on a variety of topics to improve health outcomes.
Dignity Health provides a Community of Care Network to facilitate collaboration to health meet clients social determinants of health.
East Valley Women’s League provides new car seats and strollers for all current and alumnae moms who take a car seat safety class.
Family Bridges provides Parenting with a Purpose series, GROWTH series, and other parenting classes.
Gwen Russo provides cooking classes for the moms, with cookbooks and a kitchen supplies kit for finishing the series.
Hanna Perkins provides onsite parenting classes at The Zechariah House.
Kris Stenson sponsors and leads craft Saturdays in the spring.
Lutheran Social Services provides onsite ACHCCCS enrollment.
MST Solutions and The Kind Project provide a series of career workshops, each mom received a free laptop at the last series.
Olivia Conley provides a series of yoga classes for our moms.
St. Joseph’s Medical Center and Banner (NOAH) provide formal referral processes for pregnant and parenting women in medical crisis. Family Navigators go to the hospital and medical appointments with women and help them to enroll in AHCCCS.
St. Thomas Moore Society provides legal aid at the Family Success Center.
Strong and Safe AZ provides self-defense class.
Take Charge America provides financial literacy courses.
Touchstone Behavioral Health provides Circle of Security Parenting Group: This group helps parents to organize the complex relationship between a parent and child into more predictable patterns. By understanding these patterns, parents are better able to understand their children’s behaviors and respond in ways that build the relationship. This creates the foundation of healthy relationships throughout the child’s life. They also provide Attachment/Trauma Group: This group helps parents to understand expected behaviors when a child has experienced difficult or traumatic times during key developmental periods in their life. It also provides insight into behaviors that may be related to children being separated from their parents and how to begin to repair those relationships. It offers support for these parents and education about how parenting might be different for these children.
V.O.I.C.E. (Voices of Influence, Courage and Empowerment) provides workshops series that include one-on-one mentoring, group coaching, and assessments such as True Colors. V.O.I.C.E strives to reestablish self-esteem, self-sufficiency, and self-empowerment in women who are victims. Through these workshops, women will accomplish the personal awareness and technical skills that will equip them as they move out of transitional housing. These skills are essential to establish their new roles as mothers, allowing them to provide a happy, healthy environment for their children.