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

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Program Spotlight: Nurse-Family Partnership

An evidence-based community healthcare program, Nurse-Family Partnership provides low-income, first-time moms with the care and support they need to have a healthy pregnancy, provide competent care for their children, and achieve a better life for themselves and their families.

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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.


Casa de los Niños: a History

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Sr. Kathleen Clark opens Casa de los Niños, the first crisis shelter in the nation designed specifically for infants.
Recognizing the need for a shelter for older children, a new 18-bed shelter is opened for children ages 4-11.
Sr. Kathleen Clark retires as Executive Director and Jeanne Landdeck-Sisco begins her 17 year tenure as Executive Director.
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.
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".
Jeanne Landdeck-Sisco retires and Susie Huhn, MA, becomes the 3 rd CEO.
Our new Family Center designs are complete and a $12M capital campaign is launched.
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Construction is moving along as planned on the Cole & Jeannie Davis Family Center