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First Things First

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SundayBy Appt. Only
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SaturdayBy Appt. Only
Special hours: First Things First works throughout Pinal County, our Community Outreach Coordinator can meet anywhere in the region and can meet with individuals or agencies outside of business hours in the morning, evening and weekends.

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About First Things First

First Things First supports programs across Arizona through grants to community organizations that provide services—at no cost—for young children from birth to age 5 (before kindergarten) and their families. Programs in Pinal County are chosen by a Regional Council who live and/ or work in Pinal County and choose programs that best fit the needs of families in our region. 

First Things First Pinal County programs include: 

Home Visitation

Friends, Family and Neighbor - Caregivers Outreach Assistance Project

Birth to Five Helpline

Developmental and Sensory Screening

Oral Health Screening

Parenting Education

Early Learning Resources

Quality First Care Scholarships 

At First Things First we know kids with positive, stable relationships with parents and caregivers, as well as quality child care and preschool experiences, go on to do better in school and in life. They’re more likely to read at grade level and graduate from high school. They are more prepared for college and career. They also tend to be healthier and demand less from the public welfare system. These are better outcomes for kids that also save taxpayers money.

Contact us to connect to us for free, mobile and voluntary resources in Pinal County for your family or to aid in growing support for young children in your classroom, at your church, at your business or in your community.

Kids with positive, stable relationships with parents and caregivers, as well as quality child care and preschool experiences, go on to do better in school and in life. They’re more likely to read at grade level and graduate from high school. They are more prepared for college and career. They also tend to be healthier and demand less from the public welfare system. These are better outcomes for kids that also save taxpayers money.

 

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