Facilities & Treatment Centers

  • Florence Crittiton Residential Treatment Center
  • Adobe Juvenile Correctional Facility
  • Durango Juvenile Correctional Facility
  • South East Juvenile Correctional Facility
  • Streetlight, USA



  • Pendergast Elementary School District
  • Murphy Elementary School District
  • Littleton Elementary School District
  • Genesis City Academy
  • Sequoia School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • Creighton School District
  • Children First Academy, Phoenix
  • Phoenix Collegiate Academy
  • Canyon State Academy
  • Southwest Leadership Academy
  • Arizona Call-a-Teen Youth Resources
  • Sun Valley High School
  • Franklin Police and Fire High School
  • Career Success High School
  • Academy with Community Partners High School

    Community Partners

  • Herberger Foundation
  • Arizona Department of Education
  • Diane & Bruce Halle Foundation
  • JW Kieckhefer Foundation
  • Margaret T. Morris Foundation
  • Maricopa County Attorney General's Office
  • National Endowment for the Arts
  • Rob & Melani Walton Foundation
  • Wells Fargo Foundation
  • Executive Council Charities
  • Ira & Cheryl Hintzen-Gaines Foundation
  • Sanctuary, Guam
  • Terros
  • Employees Community Fund of Boeing, Arizona
  • Valley Leadership Project
  • John F. Long foundation
  • The Kemper & Ethel Marley Foundation
  • Safeway Stores Charities
  • Valley of the Sun United Way
  • Sundt Foundation
  • United Phoenix Firefighters Association
  • Thunderbird Charities
  • CoBiz Cares Foundation
  • American Express Foundation
  • Cardinals Charities
  • Arizona Police Association
  • City of Phoenix Proseutor's Office
  • Portland on the Park
  • the Found:Re Hotel

Through these programs our students have learned about cultural diversity and how to use their leadership skills to resolve conflicts not only in school but all other environments. Students have learned social skills that will keep them successful in school and in life.
— Mr. Andy Gutierrez, Principal, Larry C. Kennedy School, Creighton School District - 2013

The work that Release the Fear is doing is pivotal in the changing dynamic of crime prevention, intervention and recidivism. Law enforcement has come to know that crime and offender populations’ best respond from a holistic prospective in effective intervention. Causation is too often overlooked as part of the offender paradigm. Selecting and working with at-risk youth to bring about sustained behavioral change is an invaluable tool in the arsenal of deterrence and intervention. Alternatives to punishment are always a preferred venue to sustained results.
— Dr. Levi Bolton Jr., Executive Director, Arizona Police Association - 2015

The (Discover U) summer program has provided them (participants) a clear understanding of healthier eating, and healthier lives mind body and spirit. It provides them a sense of empowerment learning about new exciting foods, activities and thought processes. The nutrition coaching gives then the tools to be more careful in the food choices they are making.
— Kelly James, Assistant Educational BHT, Florence Crittenton Services of Arizona - 2016