parent aide

helping parents reach their full potential

Housing

helping parents and children

A New Leaf’s Parent Aide program provides a range of services to the parents and caregivers of children involved with the Arizona Department of Child Safety (DCS). The family and the DCS specialist meet to develop a case plan in order to determine service for the family with the goal of child reunification, remaining with the family, and/or severance.

Trained Parent Support partners provide services in a culturally appropriate manner, customizing their plan to the needs of the family. Lessons include positive discipline, home management skills training and education, monitored visitations, as well as education for accessing community assistance.

The objective is returning children to a household that is stable logistically, financially, and emotionally. Through this thoughtful process, A New Leaf’s Parent Aide program makes our communities stronger and safer for children.

Families can access services for 6 months, with an option for a 45 day extension, subject to approval. The Parent Aide program provides individualized services to accommodate the needs of a family’s schedule.

development of
efficient parenting
skills

Assistance

establishing
positive
disciplining

home
management
skills training

families forever changed

Rodney

A New Leaf is a helping hand. There are people there who will help you, but you gotta want it, too. They open up the door for you. But you have to walk through it. It is geared to get you on the way to where you need to go.

Rodney

A New Leaf is a helping hand. There are people there who will help you, but you gotta want it, too. They open up the door for you. But you have to walk through it. It is geared to get you on the way to where you need to go.

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Nicole Yazdani
Program Manager
(602) 592-8193
nyazdani@turnanewleaf.org

Sarah Rojas
Program Director
(480) 650-2162
sarojas@turnanewleaf.org