For many of us, this week holds the promise of time off work, holiday sales, burgers and dogs on the grill, parades and fireworks. There is something else special happening today – it’s the first day of the new fiscal year for the state of Arizona – and for Arizona cities a ...
Since the new Department of Child Safety (DCS) was created one year ago, the number of children living in foster care has continued to grow far faster than the number of foster families or the number of staff able to handle their cases.
In the early hours of Saturday, March 7, the Arizona legislature passed the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2015. While the budget balances revenues and expenditures for one year, it lacks a greater vision for Arizona's children and families and future.
Over the last few months Children’s Action Alliance has gathered letters from students in Arizona written to Governor Ducey about their feelings on the state of public education in Arizona. These letters are full of inspiration and dreams. They talk about love and trauma in ...
Kids can’t speak out for themselves but YOU can help make their voices heard through Children’s Action Alliance! Please use your voice to help Arizona’s children at the state capitol and our federal capitol in Washington D.C.
|June 25, 2015 Today is a great day for the more than six million Americans and 127,000 Arizona adults and children who the Supreme Court ruled could keep their health insurance with the help of federal tax subsidies.|
|June 24, 2015 The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is a U.S. Department of Agriculture Child Nutrition Program established to ensure that low-income children, ages 18 and younger, continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. Free meals, that meet Federal nutrition guidelines, are provided to all children at approved SFSP sites in areas with significant concentrations of low-income children by schools, private non-profits and local or county governments. Read more|
|June 23, 2015 Since the new Department of Child Safety (DCS) was created one year ago, the number of children living in foster care has continued to grow far faster than the number of foster families or the number of staff able to handle their cases.|
|May 26, 2015 Let’s Talk about Taxes: Free CAA Presentation on AZ Budget and Taxes with Karen McLaughlin, CAA Director of Budget and Research I’m often asked the question of why a child advocacy organization is concerned with Arizona’s budget and taxes. Well, we know that all of us in Arizona benefit from a fair tax system that meets the needs of children, families and our economy. Read more|