If you know someone that needs our help, Call (928) 783-2427
Donations & Fundraising
This is an important funding source for those families we serve who are not eligible for Government funding under our contracts. Donations of gently used clothing, toys, books and school supplies are greatly appreciated by our agency and are always put to good use. For more information please call,
Why Kids and Families
come to CFS
- Mental Health Stabilization
- Parent/Child Conflict
- Family Crisis
- Domestic Dispute Involving Youth
> Cenpatico Integrated Care
> Social Services Agencies
> Law Enforcement
> Self-Referral (individuals via phone/walk-in
CFS is Partnering with O.C. Johnson Elementary School for Arizona's FIRST Community School.
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CFS coordinates care with many agencies. We also utilize a sliding fee scale for those who do not qualify for any of our funding sources. Discounts for services are offered depending on family size and income.
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A nonprofit agency, has been providing services in Yuma county since June 1979. Originally, CFS Yuma began as an inpatient program that provided supervision, food, and shelter. Our agency was formerly known as "Children's Village."
Our program has now evolved to provide a wide continuum of outpatient services for children with behavioral health problems and are experiencing problems with coping skills and everyday living skills. Our Outpatient Clinical Services include: individual and family therapy, group therapy, family support, and direct support services in the community or in their home.
Restoring family unity is our primary goal. We seek solution based approaches that focus on recovery for the child and family.
Two years ago, Child and Family Services started Right Turn for Yuma Veterans (RTYV), a transitional housing program for veterans. This program provides homeless or at risk of being homeless veterans with a permanent transition from homelessness to financial and social independence by providing transitional housing to include room and board, assistance in obtaining financial independence, medical benefits and services, and re-engagement with community and family. Currently, Right Turn is able to house six veterans at a time and has serviced twenty-six total veterans since its opening.
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