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Southwest Human Development

Southwest Human Development

Creating a positive future for young children by providing the healthy foundation they need for a successful start in life.

Since 1981, Southwest Human Development has been providing comprehensive early childhood development services to Arizona's young children ages birth to five.

As Arizona's largest nonprofit organization dedicated to early childhood development, Southwest Human Development provides more than 40 programs to 135,000 children each year.

Recognizing that a child's earliest experiences and relationships establish the foundation for all future development, programs are designed to prevent problems before they arise or, when they already exist, provide the opportunity to intervene as early and effectively as possible.

Core Areas: Child Health and Development, Easter Seals Disabilities Services, Head Start and Early Literacy, Child Welfare, and Professional Education and Training

  • (602) 266-5976
  • 2850 N. 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008.
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