Easter Seals Blake Foundation is a nonprofit social services agency that provides an array of community-based residential, vocational, educational and early intervention services throughout Arizona. Since 1950, we have enabled those served to reach their maximum potential for independent, productive living and developmental growth. We serve all 15 Arizona counties and positively impact the lives of nearly 20,000 children, youth, adults and families each year. Additionally, we are one of the top 10 nonprofit employers in Southern Arizona.
Read about how our Quality First! program has helped one childcare center's staff learn how to support children in reaching developmental milestones and be better prepared for Kindergarten.
Intake and Coordination of Care Services provides children, teens and adults with customized eligibility, enrollment and referral services for covered behavioral health needs including therapy, family support and in-home intervention. Comprehensive assessments, coordination of treatment plans, as well as, psychiatric and medication services are also available.
Children & Family Services programs provide support to children and families in the areas of health, child abuse and neglect, parenting, child development and early education, behavioral health, and developmental disabilities.
Community Living Services programs provide residential and rehabilitative care for adults with cognitive & physical disabilities. Some of the residents are dually-diagnosed with traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries. Their disabilities have led to self-care deficits that require them to need full-time habilitation care in order to perform daily living activities.
SAGE provides Individualized Residential Supports and Job Development services to individuals with disabilities who are in their late teens through adulthood and operates with a philosophy based on the belief that individuals with disabilities must be full and active participants in school, work and community occupying socially-valued roles. SAGE also offers Behavioral Health services, including Equine Assisted Mental Health services to youth.
Supportive Living Services provides therapeutic level II group homes for children aged 5-18 with behavioral and/or mental health issues, as well as, level II group homes for adults 18 and older with serious mental illness, traumatic brain injury, and/or substance abuse issues, plus outreach services to ensure medication compliance, and daily living supports in community-based settings.