Special Thanks to Our Partners

  • American Dream Academy 
    Arizona State University’s American Dream Academy (ADA) benefits schools, students and parents. Through the 8-week ADA program, families gain the tools and confidence to join forces with schools and communities to make sure their children have successful academic careers and prepare for a university experience.
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    Arizona Attorney General's Office
    Offers free Internet Safety, Social Media, Cyberbully, and Substance Abuse presentations for our families at the FRC.
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    Assistance League
    Donates apparel, home goods, furniture & books to benefit our families in the community.
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    AZ Department of Health Services

    Health and wellness services offered to our families here at the FRC.
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    CASA Center for Positive Social Change
    To ensure that all Arizona children, youth, and adults have the necessary skills, knowledge, and power to navigate their lives effectively. Mentor classes and programs are offered throughout the year at the FRC and other school sites.
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    Catholic Charities
    Believe in helping people make miracles every day in our community. Services include mentorships and other resources.
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    Friendly House, Inc.
    Provides superior education and human services. Workshops will cover the following how to: prevent drug use in your family, develop healthy beliefs and clear standards; resist peer pressure, control and express your anger constructively, and strengthen family bonds. 
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    Grand Canyon University
    Grand Canyon University is a for-profit Christian research university located in the Alhambra School District area. GCU is the positive advocate and generous supporter of all our programs here at the FRC. Currently offering free tutoring programs and scholarship opportunities thru the Learning Lounge. Key word-Students Inspiring Students-Neighborhood Scholarship.
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    Homeward Bound
    Homeward Bound is a nonprofit based in Arizona that serves the needs of families going through homelessness. We help homeless families by providing them with housing and a program of services that help them to get back on their own two feet. Homeward Bound is generous supporter and advocates for our families and students at the FRC.
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    IRC
    The International Rescue Committee is an agency that supports our refugees and partners with the FRC and our International Students.
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    Arizona Kith & Kin Project
    A Non-profit Corporation dedicated to enhancing the quality of care for children in Arizona. 14-week long training support group sessions that meet once a week providing early childhood training and support.
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    Literacy Volunteers
    LVMC is a non-profit organization in Phoenix, AZ dedicated to improving adult reading, writing, and mathematical skills to prepare for the GED.
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    Maricopa County Department of Public Health
    MCDPH is working closely with the FRC with getting immunizations and support services for our families in our community.
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    Mountain Park Health Center
    Mountain Park Health Center has provided quality healthcare to a diverse population for nearly 30 years.
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    Native Health
    At NATIVE HEALTH, our mission is to provide holistic, patient-centered, culturally sensitive health and wellness services to all people.
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    Phoenix Public Library
    Brain time – Preschool Brain Time at the Library Workshops is a 3 - 5 years, parent/child interaction that emphasizes and reinforces early literacy skills, encourages brain development, and prepares a child's brain for success in school.  We also offer a free seven-week program for parents and their kindergartner called Kinder Boot Camp Programs who are supported by PPL and First Things First.
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    Pima Prevention Partnership
    Pima Prevention Partnership (PPP) is a nationally recognized and award-winning non-profit agency that offers free programming like their "Making Proud Choices" Comprehensive Human Growth & Development Classes as well as other Making Proud Choices classes here at the FRC all year long.

    Phoenix Revitalization Corporation
    A non-profit community development corporation dedicated to the revitalization of neighborhoods by facilitating community improvement projects, and the maintenance and creation of low-income and workforce housing. PRC is located at our facility and willing to help those in need in our surrounding area.
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    Phoenix Zoo
    A non-profit charitable organization the phoenix zoo provides experiences that inspire people and motivate them to care for the natural world.  
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    Refugee Focus
    Refugee Focus’s guiding objective is empowering clients to become self-sufficient. Case management sets the stage for refugees to move forward and connect with resources that help them reach their goals.
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    Southwest Behavioral & Health Services
    Provides behavioral health services to children, adolescents, and adults throughout Maricopa. Southwest is a generous supporter of our families and kids here at FRC. 
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    St. Mary's Food Bank
    Thanks to St. Mary's Food Bank generosity were able to supply family food boxes and mobile pantries for our families in need. 
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    University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
    Our mission is to engage with people through applied research and education to improve lives, families, communities, environment, 
    and economies in Arizona and beyond.
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    Valle del Sol
    Valle del Sol offers an integrated approach to healthcare. Primary and Behavioral Healthcare services are offered for children and adults in addition to behavioral health services here at the FRC.
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    Valley of the Sun United Way
    Thanks to a range of helpful resources from our Valley of the Sun supporter, FRC will ensure our students find success in and out of the classroom.
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    Welcome to America Project
    Through the generous financial support of individuals and companies, WTAP is able to provide refugees with basic needs assistance that helps them rebuild their lives. These services help our international students in the district. 
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