Child Crisis Arizona launching new campus in Mesa

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Child Crisis Arizona is breaking ground on a new, climate-friendly campus that aims to help vulnerable children, youth and families.

For more details on the new campus, we welcomed Torrie Taj, CEO of Child Crisis Arizona.

Child Crisis Arizona is launching their new Mesa campus after the program experienced extensive growth and didn’t have the adequate amount of space.

The project is set to be completed in mid-2024 and will offer foster care and adoption services, family education, art/dance therapy and more.

The campus will be 38,000 square feet and will be one of the first nonprofits in Arizona to put sustainability at the forefront.

“Not only will our families be able to have services with us, non-profits will be able to do what they do best with us,” Taj said.

The campus is also planned to collaborate with a variety of organizations such as Ballet Arizona, United Food Bank, Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona and more.

Torrie Taj, CEO of Child Crisis Arizona

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