The Nutrition Assistance Program provides healthy food to low-income families with children and vulnerable adults.
Its main purpose is to help Arizonians add more nutritious foods to their diets.
At each session parents identify daily family problems and then learn communication skills for solving and preventing them. Chore wars, sibling ...""A nationally recognized parenting program for separating and divorcing parents - the New Beginnings Program.
Developed at Arizona State University, research has demonstrated that parental participation in the program results in improved children's long-term adjustment following divorce.
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The Cash Assistance Program provides temporary cash assistance and supportive services to the most vulnerable Arizona children and their families.
Eligible families are limited to no more than 24 months of cash benefits.
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Services help to establish paternity, establish child support and provide personal development programs that help families become progressively self-reliant and better able to provide support to their children.The Women, Infants, and Children Program (WIC) provides supplemental foods, nutrition education and referrals to health care, at no cost, to those who are considered to be “at nutritional risk”.