Arizona Partnership for Children, LLP (AzPaC)
The Arizona Partnership for Children, LLP (AzPaC), a service delivery network, was formed in 1997 by Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona, Inc.; Catholic Charities Community Services; and Devereux Arizona to provide a full continuum of Child Welfare services throughout the State of Arizona. As a social service network, its purpose is to enhance the service delivery of the partners by sharing resources and expertise. The three partners deliver a full range of child welfare services throughout the state of Arizona.
Adoption & Foster Care
In partnership with DES, AzPaC, and its Partner Agencies, recruits, trains, and assesses family’s ability and readiness to become foster in Arizona.
Arizona Families F.I.R.S.T
The AFF program provides family-centered substance abuse and recovery support services to parents or caregivers.
AzPaC began providing In Home Services through a contract with the Department of Economic Security in January, 2006.
Parents As Teachers
Parents as Teachers is a home visiting program for pregnant women and families with children 0-5 years of age.