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INFORMATION AND RESOURCES

Here is a helpful resource guide produced by Children's Action Alliance. 

 

COMMUNITY INFORMATION & REFERRAL

211 Arizona is a key source of integrated information that brings people and services together to meet vital needs in central and northern Arizona.

 

Arizona Community Action Association

 

Arizona Family Resources

 

Arizona Helping Hands

 

Arizona Self Help

 

Benevilla's Kinship Program (for families living in NW Maricopa County) 

 

Children's Action Alliance

 

Duet for Central Phoenix

 

Maricopa County Juvenile Court

 

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How to Fill Out a Kinship Stipend

 

Licensed Kinship Foster Care is when a child is placed with a relative/kin who becomes licensed as a foster care provider. As of June 30, 2019, there were 491 kinship foster caregivers licensed as foster parents. This is a nine percent decrease from the 539 licensed kinship foster caregivers reported in the previous annual report (SFY 2018). The current 491 licensed kinship caregivers provide out-of-home care for 887 related foster children. Unlicensed Kinship Foster Care is when a child is placed with a relative with court approval and the relative is not licensed as a foster care provider. As of June 30, 2019, there were 3,173 unlicensed kinship caregivers providing homes to related children in foster care. This is a two percent decrease from the 3,222 unlicensed kinship caregivers reported in the previous, annual report (SFY 2018). The current 3,173 unlicensed kinship caregivers provide out-of-home care to 5,103 related foster children.