In keeping with our mission and vision, Family Involvement Center collaborates with all involved in delivering care and support for the parents and children we serve. Case managers, doctors, therapists, educators and state and federal agencies are all important to improving outcomes for children and families. We often partner with child protective services (DCS), juvenile justice, the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) and school systems in addition to individual service providers in our work with parents and youth. Our goal in collaborating with these partners is to keep efforts solution-focused while building on the strengths of children and families.
This focus also translates to our work with state and national agencies. As a family-run organization we strive to improve outcomes for children by representing the voice of parents and children/youth in decision-making about service plans, policies, and the design of child-serving systems. Furthermore, we collaborate with other family-run organizations, working to develop common language, approaches and practices that will solidify the nation-wide family movement – one that will continue to bring the voice of families to the table.
We are also proud to partner with a number of community organizations and agencies on Arizona's Children's Mental Health Awareness (CMHA) events each year. Collaboration with sponsors and underwriters helps extend the reach of our efforts to raise awareness about the importance of children's mental health. Learn more about Arizona's annual CMHA campaign here.
The agencies noted on this page represent many, but not all, of the partners who help us work toward our vision - to foster healthy, resilient children and families who are valued and involved in shaping their own care, as well as programs and policies impacting children's services. You may click on a logo below to visit their website.