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ARIZONA FAMILIES F.I.R.S.T. (FAMILIES IN RECOVERY SUCCEEDING TOGETHER)

AZPAC | Arizona Partnership for Children

The Arizona Families F.I.R.S.T. (AFF) program was established in 2000 as a community-based substance abuse, prevention and treatment program after SB1280 passed. The AFF program provides family-centered substance abuse and recovery and support services to parents or caregivers whose substance abuse is a significant barrier to maintaining or reunifying the family or achieving self-sufficiency.

The program provides an array of structured interventions to reduce or eliminate abuse or dependence on alcohol and other drugs, as well as to address other adverse conditions related to substance abuse. AFF emphasizes face-to- face outreach and engagement at the beginning of treatment, concrete supportive services, transportation, housing, and aftercare services to manage relapse occurrences. Service delivery incorporates essential elements based on family and community needs, such as culturally responsive services, gender-specific treatment, services for children, and motivational enhancement strategies to assist the entire family in its recovery.

AzPaC contracts with the Department of Child Safety to provide AFF services across Northern Arizona (Apache, Coconino, Mohave, Navajo, and Yavapai counties). For more information, please contact AzPaC/Catholic Charities at 928-774- 9125.

Child Welfare Services

The AFF program provides family-centered support services
Arizona Families F.I.R.S.T
The AFF program provides family-centered support services
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
In-Home Services
AzPaC began providing In Home Services through a contract
AzPaC began providing In Home Services through a contract with the Department of Economic Security in January, 2006.
AzPaC recruits, 
trains, and assesses ability and readiness
Foster Parent recruitment and licensing
AzPaC recruits, trains, and assesses ability and readiness
In partnership with DES, AzPaC, and its Partner Agencies, recruits, trains, and assesses family’s ability and readiness to become foster parents in Arizona.
AzPaC recruits, trains, assesses, and certifies potential adoptive homes
Adoptive Parent recruitment and certification
AzPaC recruits, trains, assesses, and certifies potential adoptive homes
AzPaC recruits, provides training, assesses, and certifies potential adoptive homes for the Department of Economic Security/Child Protective Service (DES/CPS).
Parents as Teachers is a home visiting program
Parents As Teachers
Parents as Teachers is a home visiting program
Parents as Teachers is a home visiting program for pregnant women and families with children 0-5 years of age.
The Parent Aide Program provides a variety of support services
Parent Aide
The Parent Aide Program provides a variety of support services
The Parent Aide Program provides a variety of support services, instruction, and assistance to parents/caregivers referred by the Department of Child Safety.