News/Media

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

Apr 08, 2016
“Everyone plays a role in child abuse prevention whether you’re a teacher, you work in this field, or a neighbor watching an over stressed parent,” said Susie Huhn, CEO Of Casa de los Niños. “Kids struggle in many different ways … View story ›


Strengthening Families & Creating Solutions in the Foster Care System

Feb 26, 2016
On February 24th, Casa de los Niños held another Community Conversation called Strengthening Families & Creating Solutions in the Foster Care System. Rev. Dr. Darrell Armstrong was there to speak about his own story in the foster care system as … View story ›


Jacey Coy, Psy.D. Appointed Director of Behavioral Health Services

Feb 05, 2016
Casa de los Niños is pleased to welcome Jacey Coy, Psy.D. as the newly appointed Director of Behavioral Health Services.   Dr. Jacey Coy holds a Doctorate of Psychology in Family Therapy from the California School of Professional Psychology at … View story ›


CEO Susie Huhn on Arizona Week – AZ Public Media

Aug 05, 2015
Casa de los Niños CEO, Susie Huhn was on Arizona Week recently to talk about how it has been working with the Arizona Department of Child Safety during its first year in operation.  Other guests included Greg McCay, Director of … View story ›


New Child Welfare Agency Begins

Aug 05, 2015
From October 2014 – KOLD’s Barbara Grijalva sat down with our CEO Susie Huhn to talk about the newly created Arizona Department of Child Safety.  Please take a moment to read this important story from the Tucson News Now website. … View story ›


Casa de los Niños Announces New Board Officers

Aug 04, 2014
Casa de los Niños today announced their newly elected Board Officers for a 3-year term starting in July 2014. “These Board Officers reflect our continued commitment to finding the very best of our community to lead and guide Casa de … View story ›


Casa de los Niños in Need of New School Clothing

Aug 04, 2014
Casa de los Niños is in dire need of new summer clothing for the children in their crisis shelter. The state of Arizona, and Pima County have more children in out of home care than ever before. Several months of … View story ›


Casa de los Niños Thrift Store Receives Pima County’s 2013 Small Business of the Year Award

Jul 25, 2013
The Pima County Small Business Commission has selected Casa de los Niños Thrift Store and Ajo Transportation to receive its 2013 Small Business of the Year Awards. Located in the Tucson city limits, Casa de los Niños Thrift Store, 1302 … View story ›


Casa de los Niños to Honor its Volunteers during National Volunteer Week

Apr 12, 2013
Casa de los Niños plans to celebrate National Volunteer Week, a time dedicated to demonstrating to the nation that by working together, we have the fortitude to meet our challenges and accomplish our goals. View story ›


The Cost of Child Abuse: Studies show traumatic events in childhood carry serious health and societal implications for adults

Apr 09, 2013
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) can last a lifetime, but they don't have to. Early exposure to family violence, abusive treatment, neglect, alcohol and drug abuse, or separated/divorced parents can lead to health and social problems, risk-taking behaviors and a shortened lifespan. However, safe, stable and nurturing relationships and communities can break this cycle of abuse and maltreatment. View story ›


The Cost of Child Abuse: Studies show traumatic events in childhood carry serious health and societal implications for adults

Apr 09, 2013
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) can last a lifetime, but they don't have to. Early exposure to family violence, abusive treatment, neglect, alcohol and drug abuse, or separated/divorced parents can lead to health and social problems, risk-taking behaviors and a shortened lifespan. However, safe, stable and nurturing relationships and communities can break this cycle of abuse and maltreatment. View story ›


The Cost of Child Abuse: Studies show traumatic events in childhood carry serious health and societal implications for adults

Apr 09, 2013
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) can last a lifetime, but they don't have to. Early exposure to family violence, abusive treatment, neglect, alcohol and drug abuse, or separated/divorced parents can lead to health and social problems, risk-taking behaviors and a shortened lifespan. However, safe, stable and nurturing relationships and communities can break this cycle of abuse and maltreatment. View story ›


The Cost of Child Abuse: Studies show traumatic events in childhood carry serious health and societal implications for adults

Apr 09, 2013
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) can last a lifetime, but they don't have to. Early exposure to family violence, abusive treatment, neglect, alcohol and drug abuse, or separated/divorced parents can lead to health and social problems, risk-taking behaviors and a shortened lifespan. However, safe, stable and nurturing relationships and communities can break this cycle of abuse and maltreatment. View story ›


The Cost of Child Abuse: Studies show traumatic events in childhood carry serious health and societal implications for adults

Apr 09, 2013
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) can last a lifetime, but they don't have to. Early exposure to family violence, abusive treatment, neglect, alcohol and drug abuse, or separated/divorced parents can lead to health and social problems, risk-taking behaviors and a shortened lifespan. However, safe, stable and nurturing relationships and communities can break this cycle of abuse and maltreatment. View story ›


Ben’s Bells: Green Valley man, tailor to Casa de los Niños, is honored

Mar 30, 2013
This week's recipient of Ben's Bell is Michael Stewart. Stewart, 67, was nominated by his Green Valley neighbors Carmen Towns and John Jacoby, who called him the "perfect candidate" for a bell. View story ›


Graphic reports shed light on Tucson toddler’s fatal injuries and CPS’ surprising role

Mar 19, 2013
There are troubling new details in last week's brutal, beating death of a Tucson toddler. Police tell 9OYS 20 month-old Adyson Gaxiola died of blunt force trauma to the head, among other gruesome injuries. View story ›