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Buckeye Family Resource Center

Buckeye Family Resource Center

The Buckeye Family Resource Center is a partnership between FTF and Buckeye Elementary School District. The center serves the Buckeye community and its surrounding areas. The focus is on early childhood literacy, nutrition, health, and child-centered activities.  Programs, resources and referrals are provided for family members of all ages and the community.

Services include:

  • Advocacy and support for domestic violence victims
  • Assessment for developmental ages/stages, vision and hearing screening
  • Assistance with AHCCCS and food stamp applications
  • Car seat safety education classes
  • Early childhood literacy workshops
  • Education and support for pregnant teens and their families
  • Employment readiness workshops
  • In-home support and parent education for families with children 0-3
  • In-home support for families with children 0–5 years old with developmental delays
  • Nutrition and activity education for professional and in-home childcare providers
  • Nutrition classes
  • Parenting skills classes focusing on children and youth 0-18 years old
  • Support and education for grandparents raising grandchildren
  • WIC services
  • Health services for uninsured children 0-18 years old

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