2850 N. 24th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Southwest Human Development’s overall goal is to prevent developmental and health problems before they begin, and when they already exist, to intervene as early and effectively as possible.
Our child health and development programs include:
- Birth to Five Helpline, providing free, developmentally appropriate information and resources for parents of young children and their caregivers.
- The Fussy Baby program is an extension of the Birth to Five Helpline and offers support, and in some cases, home visiting, to families with infants who are hard-to-soothe.
- Good Fit Counseling Center, the only mental health center in Arizona dedicated to young children.
- Child abuse prevention efforts, such as Healthy Families, supporting parents during pregnancy and around the time of a baby's birth.
- Newborn Intensive Care Program, providing in-home community health nursing services to assist families of premature newborns.
- Nurse-Family Partnership, a nurse home visiting program for women in low-income areas who are having their first baby.
- Permanency and Well-Being programs provide a spectrum of services designed to give children who are involved with Child Protective Services (CPS) and their families or caregivers critical support, counseling, and resources.
- Smooth Way Home supports a successful transition for fragile infants and their families from the newborn intensive care unit back to their community.