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Family Support Alliance

Uniting quality services that strengthen
families with young children

Southern Arizona Family Support Alliance (FSA) is a broad collaboration of non-profit organizations, school district-based programs, and government agencies providing services to families with young and school-aged children. FSA was established in 2009 and has worked to develop a support system of programs, services, and coordination and collaboration efforts to ensure that families residing in Pima County are able to raise healthy and happy children.

Family Support Alliance has a membership of more than 40 individuals affiliated with over 20 organizations and agencies with United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona serving as the backbone agency and administrative home for First Things First grants funding family support services.


Uniting quality services that strengthen families with young children.


Our vision is a community of support in which every organization that serves families with young children has the ability, knowledge, and experience to provide quality services.

What We Do:

• In-home parenting education, including regular home visits and parent and child play-based group events.
• Child development education and developmental and sensory screenings.
• Support and education for pregnant and/or parenting teenage mothers and fathers.
• Providing connections to community resources families may need, including a comprehensive referral system for families in need of support, services, and education.
• Parenting classes on child development, positive discipline, safety, and health.
• Free professional development for individuals providing services to families with young and school-aged children.
• Early literacy resources.

We Support Families Experiencing the Following:

• Substance and alcohol abuse
• Domestic violence
• Behavioral health
• Single parents
• Grandparents and other relatives raising children

• Teenage parents
• Parents recently out of incarceration
• Parents previously involved in child welfare
• Low-income households
• Families with children with special needs.

FSA Partner Organization:

To learn more about Family Support Alliance,
our community partners, services and programs:
call: (520) 903-3969 or email:

Parenting is not easy, and you do not have to do it alone. We are here to help.