About Us

Arizona Facts of Life is a non-profit organization located in Phoenix, Arizona. Our purpose is to guide young people to success by providing developmental opportunities that may have not otherwise been accessible. We aim to nurture young people  in to realizing their potential and providing them with the knowledge and support to take action. Our vision is that all the youth in our community will have the wisdom, support, and opportunities necessary to make positive decisions for their adult life and leave a positive impact on the community.

Our mission is to provide and nourish an environment where youth and families discover healthy solutions to life situations.

Our vision is to help and support in developing communities where people learn to care for themselves and each other while using integrity, respect, and compassion.

Focuses on the F.A.C.T.S. of Life
F– Facing our Fears
A– Adjusting our Attitude
C– Caring for Ourselves and Others
T– Truth Sometimes Hurts, but it can also Heal
S– Strength (mental/emotional)

Sketching Representation
Life is similar to an artist sketching his blank note pad. God is the artist, the note pad is His will and we are His artwork. God sharpens his colored pencils and begins sketching his plan for our lives. At first glance we cannot comprehend or make out His genius, but as we move forward in our lives the sketch becomes more and more clear as it defines who we are in His eyes. While sketching, the artist is not to use his eraser, signifying that God makes no mistakes in planning our lives.

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Red Shelter
The shelter is a place where women can come in and praise God for giving them a place to hide from the storm. The shelter is not enclosed on one side. This for two reasons. The first reason is that no one is held against their own will, the shelter is an open door policy. The second reason is that women will be empowered and will not become entirely dependent on others.

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The Color Red
                                                                 The red represents strong foundation, strength, courage, warmth and most of all hope.                                                                                                    

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The Color Blue
              The blue represents the struggles of the women, the abuse, the loneliness, the fear, the depression, the resentment and the tears.

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The Gray Arc
The gray arc represents a neutral ground where women can confide in others. The arc shape represents a hill. “A house on a hill can never be hidden” Matthew 5:14

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