FANS Partner Services


FANS collaborates with many organizations throughout Chandler, the Southeast Valley, Maricopa & Pinal Counties. Our Partners either refer clients to the FANS Locker Room or FANS provides support for their distribution to Families and Children in crisis.

FANS Partnering Agencies include:

  • fans-partner-services-01Chandler Unified School District
  • Coolidge Unified School District
  • Chandler Care Center
  • Destination Diploma – CUSD
  • Chandler Police Department – Victims Services
  • East Valley Veterans Administration – Homeless Veterans and Families
  • Save the Family
  • A New Leaf
  • Winged Hope Domestic Violence Family Advocacy Foundation
  • CAAFA (Community Alliance Against Family Abuse)
  • Homeward Bound
  • Jewish Child & Family Services
  • Arizona Department of Child Safety (DCS)
  • Catholic Charities / My Sisters Place Domestic Violence Shelter
  • ASU Project Humanities
  • Maricopa County Head Start
  • House of Refuge
  • Jose’s Closet

“On behalf of the Chandler Police Department, I would like to express gratitude for our partnership with FANS Across America (FANS). FANS is a non-profit organization that provides basic essentials to low and moderate income residents of Chandler. Chandler Police Victim Services Unit has collaborated with FANS for many years to ensure crime victims have their basic living necessities. Advocates bring families to the facility to obtain clothing, diapers, toiletries, blankets, kitchen items, cleaning supplies and school necessities.

The staff at FANS is extremely accommodating and welcoming to crime victims who are struggling financially due to life circumstances. One victim in particular expressed her gratitude over and over as she and the Victim Service Advocate walked out of FANS with a number of items to include: four school uniforms for each child, regular clothing items, new shoes, diapers, toiletries and household cleaning supplies.

This collaboration with FANS allows the Chandler Police Department to provide tangible items, giving families in transition a new start.”


Sean E. Dugan
Chandler Chief of Police