Southwest Human Development Receives $25,000 Grant From Thunderbirds Charities to Fund the Birth to Five Helpline

Southwest Human Development receives $25,000 grant from Thunderbirds Charities!

Children are best supported when parents, caregivers and professionals have access to information and resources that meet their individual needs and circumstances. Since 2005, the Helpline has been a trusted resource in our community, providing free access to evidence-based information, unhurried and thorough support focused on allowing caregivers to feel effective and empowered regarding their parenting capacities, and vetted community resources and referrals matched to the individual needs of participants.

“The Birth to Five Helpline would not be possible without the financial support we receive from Thunderbirds Charities,” said Jake Adams, Chief Development Officer of Southwest Human Development. “Because of their support, Arizonans across our state have access to early childhood experts to help them through challenging behaviors and assistance to better understand their young child.”

The Helpline stands as a crucial primary prevention and early intervention tool that is unique in our state and exceedingly rare in the country. The support of Thunderbirds Charities is vital to maintaining this valuable resource in Arizona.

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This grant is part of the Spring 2023 cycle. View a list of all Recent Grantees.