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Nora Navarro-Hernández, CEO

Casa de los Niños Names Nora Navarro-Hernández as CEO

Casa de los Niños, which provides health and human services to children and families in Southern Arizona, has announced Nora Navarro-Hernández as its new Chief Executive Officer. She brings 30
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Parents As Teachers School Readiness

Casa de los Ninos Parents as Teachers program has offered services since 2012.  Parents as Teachers is offered in all 50 states and 6 other countries [Canada, United Kingdom, Germany,
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Congrats to Our Kelly Graduates!

On June 4th, Casa de los Niños and the Kelly Early Education Center celebrated the graduation of our students who will be heading to kindergarten! The graduation ceremony was a
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The Stocker Foundation

The Kelly Early Education and Casa de los Niños are grateful for the support of the Stocker Foundation, who granted us $20,000 for STEAM and Literacy activities for our classrooms,
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Sam Levitz Furniture

Sam Levitz Furniture goes above and beyond for Casa de los Niños clients. When families are displaced suddenly (sometimes due to loss of housing or domestic violence), Sam Levitz has
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Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona

For years, Casa de los Niños and the Southern Arizona Diaper Bank have partnered together to provide diapers, wipes, and feminine hygiene items to the clients we serve. For many
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Wheels for Kids

Throughout the year, Wheels for Kids bring bicycles of all sizes for our families. Wheels for Kids takes used bikes, fixes them up, and turns them around to be donated
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A Letter from a CE&O Father

The Community Education & Outreach program, which provides free parenting classes to parents, caregivers and child welfare professionals in our community received this letter from one of our fathers who