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Founded in 1912 by a group of women, Arizona’s Children Association has spent the last century providing housing and care for children who have been orphaned or neglected. The organization now runs more than 40 programs that span every county in the state, serving more than 45,000 children and their families. The organization's foster-care program searches for loving families for children who have experienced abuse, neglect, or abandonment. Families who are going through the adoption-certification process can find support through its adoption services. Arizona’s Children Association also recruits, trains, and supervises adoptive families and offers postadoption support services. In addition, a slew of prevention programs—including crisis nursery care, a financial-literacy program, preschool for low-income families, and parent resource centers—work in unison to help communities stop neglect and abuse.