ASA Now is committed to opening a community center dedicated to supporting children and families whose lives have been impacted by foster care. Our dedication and drive, in combination with your support, is what passed Jacob's Law. Please help us ensure that our cause and our mission continues on.
Meet our Founders: Anika Robinson, Susan Woodruff and Angela Teachout (ASA). These 3 seasoned foster & adoptive moms recognized a huge need in our community and decided to meet with Arizona Legislators. Instead of complaining about the issues, they brought real solutions to the table. Their countless hours of dedication lead to the signing of Jacob's Law on March 24, 2016.
February 16 2016
Moms Fight for Jacob's Law to get Therapy for Foster Kids
"Thank you for your immense personal investment of time, research, effort, experience and determination to move policies that serve foster/adoptive/kinship children and families into law and then facilitating the process of integrating all those rights and resources into everyday practice. Amazing work you are doing!"
Director/Co-founder of Adoptive Families Coalition
Gilbert Moms Fight for Foster Care
March 13 2016
Arizona Foster Moms Change Law to Help Troubled Children
Our goal is to provide trainings in a variety of areas including the utilization of Jacob's Law to obtain medical and behavioral health services in the Foster and Adoptive community. Training will be available to Caregivers, Respite providers, DCS workers, and other Professionals in related fields
ASA Now is a non-profit organization created out of the love we hold for foster and adoptive children, their families and our community.
With your help, we were able to pass Jacob's Law. ASA Now would love to continue to Advocate, Support, and Assist children, families, providers, professionals and policy makers by working collaboratively to make Arizona the leading State in child welfare. We are restoring hope and empowering each one we come into contact with to better serve our children in need.
Through our advocacy in passing Jacob's Law we learned of the dire need for additional preventative services in the foster/adoptive community. Our new mission is to open a community center where we can strengthen and support these children and their families by providing much needed respite care, after school activities, training, support groups and much more.