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A Family For Every Child
1675 West 11th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402

Fax: 541-343-2866

Tax I.D. 20-4151057

Christy Obie-Barrett,
Executive Director

A Family For Every Child is a non-profit organization that serves families, children, and agencies nationwide. Thank you for all your support.

Getting Started | Searching for Children | Pre-Placement | Post-Adoption Support and Resources

Getting Started



Searching for Children



Pre-Placement

  • ICPC Information
    Provides general inforamation about ICPC process in Arizona, including contact information for state ICPC offices.


Post-Adoption Support & Resources

  • Adoption Assistance
    Select Arizona to view more information on adoption assistance in the state of Arizona, courtesy of Child Welfare Information Gateway.
  • Adoption Subsidy Booklet
    Information on Arizona's Adoption Subsidy Program.
  • Adoption Subsidy Booklet (Español)
    Information on Arizona's Adoption Subsidy Program in Spanish.
  • Arizona Autism Coalition
    Resources and support for children who are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families.
  • Arizona Family Institute
    Provides couples, family and individual couseling. Therapists specialize in trauma and attachment.
  • Events Calendar
    A statewide events calendar for families.
  • Foster Care and Adoption Services
    Community Organizations that provide services to foster and adoptive parents and their children. Services include parent education and training, child behavioral resources, therapy resources, and more.
  • RAD Therapy
    Reactive Attachment Disorder therapy in Mesa, Arizona, provided by the Arizona Family Institute.
  • Resources for Foster and Adoptive Parents in Arizona
    A list of resources from Arizona Family Institute on Continuing Education (CE) credits, foster and adoptive parent advanced training, theraplay, attachment therapy, and more.
  • School Tuition Waiver
    Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation offers tuition waiver to children who are 16-years-old and currently in care; were adopted from foster care after they were 16-years-old; or are currently in foster care and are 16-years-old or older. Children must be Arizona residents to apply.
  • State Subsidy Information
    NACAC provides general information on adoption subsidies in Arizona.