Healthy Families ArizonaBuild a Healthy Family by Being a Healthy Parent

Everyone who is having a baby can feel overwhelmed. It’s important to know that it’s ok to ask for help, especially if you’re experiencing a number of challenges. Healthy Families Arizona is a free program that helps mothers and fathers become the best parents they can be. A Home Visitor will get to know you, and connect you with services based on your specific situation. The Home Visitor will work with you as needed throughout the first five years of your child’s life. Our goal is to build on your parenting skills and support you in your desire to make your family stronger.

Healthy Families Arizona is a free program designed to help pregnant women as well as mothers and fathers with their newborn baby and until the child is 2 years old. Our home visitors will help parents build the skills necessary to raise healthy, happy children and create a strong family. Healthy Families Arizona can help you if you feel you experience any barriers or obstacles to successful parenting.

Benefits of Healthy Families Arizona:

  • We link families with community resources, health care, childcare, and housing.
  • We help parents obtain education and employment.
  • We provide child development, nutrition and safety education.
  • We teach and support positive parent-child interaction.
  • We provide developmental screenings to infants and referrals to resources if developmental delays are identified.
  • We provide emotional support and encouragement to parents.

Eligibility Requirements of Healthy Families Arizona:

  • Pregnant women and parents of newborns who face challenges that might be an obstacle to successful parenting.
  • The infant must be under three months of age at enrollment.
  • Mothers or fathers must show that the services are needed.
  • The family must reside within the program’s target service area.

How To Sign Up

  1. Select your county below to find the Healthy Families Arizona representative in your area.
  2. Email or call the representative and let him or her know you're interested. He or she will help you determine if you're eligible and give you more information about registering.

Select Your County

Cochise County

Child and Family Resources (CFR)

Kelly Foster

1151 16th St.
Douglas, AZ 85607

Phone: 520-368-6122

Website

Graham County

Child and Family Resources (CFR)

Kelly Foster

1491 W Thatcher Blvd. Ste. 106
Safford, AZ 85546

Phone: 520-368-6122

Website

Maricopa County

Southwest Human Development Healthy Families

Amy Jaffe

2850 N 24th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85008

Phone: (602) 427-4681

Mohave County

Child and Family Resources

Jo Harper

116 S. Lake Havasu Avenue Ste. 104
Lake Havasu, AZ 86403

Phone: [email protected]

Navajo County

Northland Therapy

Dyan Roosma

1294 Fawnbrook Drive
Show Low, AZ 85901

Phone: 928 205-2091

Website

Pima County

Child and Family Resources (CFR)

Samantha McDonough

2800 E Broadway Blvd.
Tucson, AZ 85716

Phone: 520-783-2943

Website

Pinal County

Child and Family Resources (CFR)

Wendy Puga

1115 E Florence Blvd. Ste. M
Casa Grande, AZ 85122

Phone: (520) 518-5292

Website

La Paz County

Yuma County Public Health Dept.

Joan Castillo

2200 W. 28th Street Ste. 256
Yuma, AZ 85364

Phone: 928-317-4540 x 34653

Gila County

Northland Therapy

Dyan Roosma

1294 Fawnbrook Drive
Show Low, AZ 85901

Phone: 928 205-2091

Website

Yuma County

Yuma County Public Health Dept.

Joan Castillo

2200 W. 28th Street Ste. 256
Yuma, AZ 85364

Phone: 928-317-4540 x 34653

Child and Family Resources

Patty Garcia

3970 W 24th St Ste. 103
Yuma, AZ 85364

Phone: 928-783-4003

Website