Originally called Associated Charities, our existence was largely the result of the leadership and support of Mrs. Dwight B. (Maie
We become a founding member of The Alliance for Children & Families and remain represented in membership to this day,
Through Mrs. Heard’s efforts and those of many others, the Maricopa Health Center merged with Associated Charities to become the
The Maricopa Medical Center merged with FSA, later to become their own distinct entity. In that same decade we founded
After a joint study was made with the Community Council, the agency conducted a 3-year demonstration project of a visiting
Virtually all the welfare services and medical care in the city and the metropolitan area came from our agency.
The City of Phoenix made a decision to stop funding the Board of Public Charities, consequently The Social Service Center
With the continuation of programs after the withdrawal of city funds, and to more adequately reflect the programs and services
After more than 25 years in the 702 East Adams building, the agency moved to 808 North Second Avenue.
Family Service of Phoenix changes it’s name to become Family Service Agency since the services provided extend well beyond Phoenix
Employer-Supported Child Care Resource and Referral began as well as a variety of employee assistance programs through Family Service America
The agency merges with another nonprofit agency “Center for New Directions” the mission of which is “to prepare the displaced
We have proudly served our community for over 100 years, offer a holistic approach to social services, and are dedicated