Community Resource Referral Form: Agency Descriptions
- Unless otherwise noted, all services listed below are for pregnant women and children birth to five years of age.
Central AzEIP Intake – Administer assessments, and provide services and support to children 0-36 months of age who are exhibiting significant developmental delays.
Child Care Resource & Referral – Provides assistance to families in locating quality child care.
PGCCS Head Start – Provides subsidized child care for children ages 3 to 5 based on family income level.
UWPC Friend, Family & Neighbor – Provides training, resources and support to in home child care providers and kinship care providers.
Pinal Home Visitation Coordinator, Services provided by Easter Seals Blake Foundation and PGCCS Early Head Start – Parent educators work with families on a regular basis, in their homes to develop positive parenting skills and understand developmental milestones. Also provides developmental, hearing and vision screenings.
Pinal County Public Health WIC – Provides nutrition education, referral services and food assistance. Lactation Consultant and Nutritionist are also available.
Community Action Human Resource Agency – Provides emergency food boxes to families struggling with food insecurity; monthly produce distribution September thru May.
UofA Cooperative Extension – Preventative oral health education and oral screening for young children and pregnant women; fluoride varnishing provided for children with emergent teeth.
UofA Cooperative Extension – Provide screening to determine how children are reaching developmental milestones and offers education and support to families.
Hearing and Vision Screening:
UofA Cooperative Extension – Provide screenings for children in a variety of settings for potential vision and hearing issues.
UofA Cooperative Extension – Provide nutrition education for adults and families on how to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to safely plan and prepare healthy nutritious meals and snacks for their family.
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