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Child Crisis Arizona Overview

Mesa, AZ (US)
201 to 500 employees
Non-profit Organisation
Social Services
€10 to €25 million (EUR) per year


Child Crisis Arizona is entering our fifth decade helping our community’s most vulnerable children and families. In times of crisis, we are there to help. When no crisis threatens, we are there to strengthen families, build resiliency and prevent crisis situations ... Read more

Mission: Child Crisis Arizona’s mission is to provide Arizona’s children a safe environment, free from abuse and neglect, by creating strong and successful families.

We do this through prevention, intervention and education programs designed to ... Read more

Child Crisis Arizona Reviews

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    I have been working at Child Crisis Arizona full-time (More than a year)


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Child Crisis Arizona Interviews



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    Foster Care and Adoption Specialist Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Mesa, AZ (US)
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    I applied online. I interviewed at Child Crisis Arizona (Mesa, AZ (US)) in December 2013.


    This was a group interview with two supervisors and the director. I was in a group of three others. It was intimidating at first because I did not know it was going to be a group interview but the director and supervisors made me feel comfortable. Everyone had a fair chance to answer the questions.

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Company Updates

  • Members of Child Crisis Arizona's Professional Development Program Class One graduated in October 2018. The five-month program provided opportunities for the agency's next generation of leaders to develop management skills and build relationships that will enable them to take leadership roles and expand the agency's programs as it grows to serve even more children and families. The 14-member cohort participated in 11 workshops ranging from "A Day in the Life of the CEO" to "Leadership Style and Emotional Intelligence." Emergency Children's Shelter Supervisor Mocha De Los Santos said, "It's truly been an honor to be part of this first group. I've already learned so much about our agency and how everyone plays such a vital role. We have some pretty amazing people on our team!" Congratulations to the graduates and thank you for living our vision of "Safe Kids...Strong Families" every day.

  • Our staff is amazing! Kids in our Emergency Children's Shelter are enrolled in elementary school during their stay with us. The Shelter's staff members will then attend meetings and school activities, and help with homework assignments and projects. Recently, as part of a school-wide project, each child was asked to dress like the Dr. Seuss book their class was assigned. Our staff members created shirts for all 19 children to wear to school so they could participate in the project. This is just one example of the many ways in which our staff provides a safe, supportive environment for vulnerable children.

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