Agencies on the Paiute Campus
City of Scottsdale
Community Assistance Office
The City of Scottsdale Community Assistance Office (CAO) manages a variety of federal and local funds and programs that improve the quality of life for low to moderate-income families and assist in the stabilization of Scottsdale neighborhoods.
Family Resource Center
Hirsch Academy: CFA partners with students, families, and community to provide an excellent and equitable classical education for the development of thoughtful, highly literate citizens. Our students are prepared for the pursuit of personal excellence, for college, and for a lifetime as positive contributors in their community.
Hirsch is a small school with a wide array of classes available to your child. Each student has the opportunity to participate in Specials throughout the year and the Specials Showcase toward the end of the year.
List of Specials offered:
Financial Literacy (The Elementary MBA)
Keogh Health Connection
Keogh provides services with compassion and continues to succeed in a time of tremendous change. We advocate for the most vulnerable and have served over 200,000 individuals from diverse backgrounds. Keogh connects people to health insurance, nutrition assistance, and financial supportin times of personal struggle.
Arizona Head Start Association
Launched in 1965, Head Start has proven to be one of the nation's most successful social and educational investments. Reaching far beyond the scope of school readiness, Head Start provides comprehensive education, health, nutrition, and family services to poverty-level children and their families. Local grantees receive federal funding for Head Start (HS), Migrant/Seasonal Head Start (MSHS), and Early Head Start (EHS) programs, the latter serving children from birth to age three and expectant mothers.
Women, Infants & Children
The Arizona Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) provides nutrition education and breastfeeding support services, supplemental nutritious foods and referrals to health and social services. WIC serves pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women; infants; and children under the age of five who are determined to be at nutritional risk. The WIC Program is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture.
Scottsdale Bar Association Paiute Legal Clinic
The Paiute Neighborhood Center is operated by the City of Scottsdale and is located in the lowest income census tract in Scottsdale. The Scottsdale Bar Association members are attorneys who live and/or work in Scottsdale. Operating over 15 years, the Paiute Legal Clinic offers free legal services to low and moderate income households in south Scottsdale. The Scottsdale Bar Association, founded in 1973, provides the pro bono legal advice to members of these households.
Scottsdale Family Resource Center
The Scottsdale Family Resource Center is located at Paiute Neighborhood Center and serves the community by supporting families, parents, caregivers, expectant parents and their young children ages birth through age five (not yet in kindergarten). The SFRC provides referrals to services to address individual needs and offers FREE workshops, parent/child classes and activities which provide opportunities for families to increase their knowledge of child development, health and parenting