Our goal is to ensure that each infant or child is the safest they can be. Car seat technicians are
available by appointment to inspect and assist with proper car seat installation. When available,
car seats can be provided to eligible applicants.
BBBS matches an adult volunteer with a child or youth to become a friend, confidant, and mentor- a Big Brother or Big Sister. This companionship provides the youth with an increased sense of belonging that often leads to enhanced self-esteem, better communication skills, and improved performance at home, school, and within the community. Care is taken in pairing adults and youth so that they have similar interest. Professional caseworkers provide supervision and support plus work with the volunteer, the child, and the child’s family to set goals for the match.NOW SERVING BULLHEAD CITY AND KINGMAN! For more information, please call-
Alana Schmeling, Program Director
Phone: (928)453-5800 ext 248
A free program offered to fathers or father role models with children ages birth
through 5 years. Participants will be given an opportunity to have 12 in-home sessions and learn
new information to add to their parenting tool box. Fatherhood Now Focuses on characteristics
every father needs and the important role they have in the lives of their children.
A free program available to families who are pregnant and to parents of
newborns. Our goal is to provide parents; from traditional families, single, or blended, families with
tools to enhance health and development, strengthen the bond between parent and child, and help
reduce the stress that sometimes comes with being a parent. Healthy Families participants will be
given the opportunity to have visits in their home and enjoy making fun, educational activities to
play with baby. Healthy Families also provides materials loaded with valuable information about
children's health and development. You do not have to be a first time parent to participate in
Healthy Families Arizona.
Support groups for children and youth in grades K-12 are held at the schools, providing students with a safe place to express their needs, feelings, thoughts and concerns.
Objectives of the program include assistance in building self-esteem, confidence, and positive communication skills. Two trained facilitators (one from the school where the group is held plus a community volunteer) lead the group toward positive outcomes. SAP promotes and encourages a healthy life-style and helps students see how their behavior affects not only themselves but also those around them.
The Student Assistance Program provides groups for pregnant teens, as well as children of divorced parents; those new to Lake Havasu City; those experiencing grief; those retained in school levels; and children who feel they need assistance with personal growth, relationships and family issues.
Classes are designed to help parents strengthen their relationship with their children. Participants
will learn about developmentally appropriate behavior, how to communicate effectively with their
child/children and how to use positive discipline rather than punishment. Classes are one night
a week for six weeks. Classes are available for parents with children ages 0-5, and school age 5
and up. Free Children’s Program is provided.
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