Licensed under the Department of Child Safety to provide care for children ages 0-17 removed from their biological family due to abuse or neglect.
Licensed under the Division of Developmental Disabilities for children ages 0-17 with a developmental disability such as Epilepsy, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, or Cognitive Deficiency. These children may be in the custody of the Department of Child Safety due to abuse or neglect or their biological parents may have requested an out of home placement for their child to reside.
licensed under the Division of Developmental Disabilities for adults ages 18 and up with a developmental disability such as Epilepsy, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, or Cognitive Deficiency. These adults may have connections to their biological families. Some may be legally responsible for themselves or have a Court appointed guardian.
A Place to Call Home certifies families to adopt a child through the Arizona foster care system and some tribal foster care systems. Families can be certified to adopt and licensed to provide foster care.
For families caring for relative children placed by the Department of Child Safety. Becoming licensed as a foster home allows the families to get the foster care supports such as agency advocacy, foster care reimbursement, and other services.
A Place to Call Home contracts with Native American Communities to provide foster homes to the Communities’ children. The children are placed in the licensed type home that meets their physical and developmental needs.
Respite is offered to foster placements in A Place to Call Home Family Foster Homes, Developmental Homes and to children and adults receiving respite services through the Division of Developmental Disabilities and other contracted entities. Our Respite Coordinators will schedule the respite with one of our certified respite providers.
A Place to Call Home provides all required trainings for the above mentioned programs including Foster Parent College, Article 9, CPR and First Aid, and Prevention and Support. Trainings are offered in English and Spanish.
A Place to Call Home works with biological families and guardians to provide placement for children and adults with developmental disabilities in licensed developmental homes.