Every day in Arizona, about 12 children are abused or neglected. The effects of child abuse and neglect last a lifetime and are often passed along to the next generation. Through parent education and support for families, Casa de los Niños is working to break the generation-to-generation cycle of abuse. Learn more ›
Visitation Programs Recognized for Important Work
Casa de los Niños recently received The Hedi Levenback Award as the Outstanding Supervised Visitation Provider of the Year award!
Congratulations to all of our dedicated staff who work so hard to bring families back together through visitation!
We have a blog!
Casa de los Niños is an active, dynamic organization. There is always something new to learn, or a story to tell.
Meal Time at Casa de los Niños
“Many of the children in our shelter come from situations where they were not able to rely on their caregivers for food,” says Ken Jover, Pre-School Child Guidance Specialist. “Whether that meant having to fight with siblings to get enough to eat or with the caregivers themselves, food may not have always been secure for some of these children.”
Read our latest blog post from Teresa Shack, Food Service Manager, and Ken Jover and Anna Santa Cruz, Child Guidance Specialists