• Families are the cornerstone of this earth, and our future depends on raising physically, emotionally, and spiritually healthy children to be healthy adults.

Leading the way for over 40 years.

Today’s Children- and Those of Tomorrow- Deserve a Better Life.

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Family Fiesta

Casa de los Niños Family Fiesta

Saturday, April 1st – 10am to 2pm

Reid Park Band Shell: Bring your family and enjoy…

Join us at 9am for the 2017 March for Children: Marching forward with our community to raise awareness of the importance of child abuse prevention. The March will begin at 9:30am

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Program Spotlight: Parents as Teachers

Working with families in their home is such a simple concept, but has such a wonderful impact! Parents are truly their child’s first teachers. Kids who benefit from this program start school ready to learn!

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Casa de los Niños Needs Your Help

Casa de los Niños needs your help to reach our long-term goal of providing high-quality, integrated care to the families of Southern Arizona. We are building a new Family Center on our campus at 4th Ave. and Speedway to meet the growing needs of our community.

Invest in the health of our community – now and for generations to come by contacting Lisa Webster, our Director of Development and Community Relations, at 520-624-5600 or lisa@casadelosninos.org.

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Casa de los Niños: a History

Hover over each date in the timeline to see the photos.

1973
Sr. Kathleen Clark opens Casa de los Niños, the first crisis shelter in the nation designed specifically for infants.
1978
Recognizing the need for a shelter for older children, a new 18-bed shelter is opened for children ages 4-11.
1987
Sr. Kathleen Clark retires as Executive Director and Jeanne Landdeck-Sisco begins her 17 year tenure as Executive Director.
1989
Angel Charity for Children provides a gift of $823,144 to help fund the construction of a new shelter for infants and children under the age of 5.
1998
The O'Rielly Family Foundation, after years of generous support, provides a gift to renovate the shelter for school-age children- now known simply as "O'Rielly".
2004
Jeanne Landdeck-Sisco retires and Susie Huhn, MA, becomes the 3 rd CEO.
2014
Our new Family Center designs are complete and a $12M capital campaign is launched.
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2017
Demolition and construction has begun on the Cole & Jeannie Davis Family Center