Sarah is the District Director over the Mesa and Northern Recruitment Team. She has been with A Place to Call Home since 2003.
She has years of personal and professional experience working with children and adults with disabilities. She enjoys supporting the staff and working with the families to get started on the licensing journey. It might not always be easy, but it’s worth it.
Jade has worked at APTCH for 4 years. She was previously a Family Specialist and became a recruiter in 2021. What she enjoys most about recruiting is meeting the individuals who are motivated to help others.
Elisia is a former foster parent that adopted three children from Gila River Indian Community. She is the founder of Three Precious Miracles, a nonprofit organization that supports Native American children to keep culture connected.
Elisia helps provide cultural engagement event and Education to bridge the gap and support promoting Native foster care. Born and raised in Arizona, Elisia currently resides in Casa Grande with her husband, Tecumseh, and their beautiful kids Tecumseh, Telisia, and Micah.
Elisia is very passionate about providing loving, caring and culturally-sensitive homes with her work in foster care. Elisia volunteers at events and loves spending time with her family and friends.
Nadine is the Program Coordinator for our Northern office. She has been with A Place To Call Home for over 6 years. She has been in behavioral health for about 17 years previously running residential treatment programs and group homes.
Nadine says "I have enjoyed starting the Foster Care program here in Northern Arizona".
A Place To Call Home Northern office covers Yavapai, Coconino, Mohave, Gila, Navajo and Apache areas.
Leslie has been involved in child welfare since 1998. She enjoys talking with new families about A Place To Call Home programs and explaining the program qualifications, the process of getting started, as well as what to expect once the family is in process and finally has a placement in their home.