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Community Resources

AZCourtHelp.org offers free assistance to all people who have legal information questions or need assistance in resolving disputes.

Arizona CASA Support Councils download
Local support councils throughout the state offer assistance to the needs of foster children though small grants and awards.

Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation www.affcf.org
Helping foster children get back their childhood. Awards given to fund various items and activities. Article with examples of items that they might provide to foster children.

Fostering Advocates Arizona http://www.fosteringadvocatesarizona.org/
They work to connect young adults leaving foster care with the
information, resources and support they need to successfully
transition to adulthood.

Directory of Organizations Aiding Arizona Foster Children download
Directory compiled and distributed by the Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation..

Parent Assistance Hotline 800-732-8193

Assist callers in understanding the Arizona dependency process and the juvenile court  system. Help to identify resources for family issues such as legal assistance, counseling services, and other family assistance.

DCS Family Advocacy 877-527-0765
Receives and responds to complaints made by persons who have an open or closed Department of Child Safety (DCS) case, as well as their family members or interested parties. 

Arizona 2-1-1 www.cir.org

Directory of available health and human services in communities though out Arizona.

AZ Ombudsman Citizens Aide 800-872-2879
To help people who are having a problem with an agency of Arizona state government or a public access dispute with a state or local governmental agency.

National Parent Helpline www.nationalparenthelpline.org/find-support
The National Parent Helpline is for parents and caregivers of children and youth of all ages.

Arizona Law Help www.azlawhelp.org
Comprehensive resource covering various legal topics and including questions and answers to specific questions.

Law for Kids www.lawforkids.org
For Arizona's youth, their parents, communities and schools to increase their knowledge about youth laws and to encourage law-abiding behavior.

Search Public Records www.courtsystem.org/  Search public records including including arrest records, court records, criminal records, inmate records, jail records, police records, and warrant searches.