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Family Tree Healthcare is a multi-faceted social services company whose guiding mission is to create programs in underserved populations of Color which promote healthy communities and families.

FTHC takes the holistic approach (a healing philosophy that views a patient as a whole person, not just a disease or a collection of symptoms) and extends it to working with communities—a philosophy that views a community as a whole, not just a community at risk or collection of problems, but one that has leaders, has assets and has value to “heal itself.”

Family Tree Healthcare was founded in 2003. Family Tree Healthcare is a labor of love made possible, and inspired by the example set by the late Lillie Hines Marbley….  Family Tree Healthcare began as Family Tree Parenting Services in 2003, a non-profit Arizona based company made up of a culturally diverse staff and board of directors with more than 85 joint years of community service in working with families. Our years of experience come from various fields including social work, education, medicine, information management and administration. 

FTHC focuses on the unique circumstances of women of color as they face issues related to domestic violence - including intimate partner violence, child abuse, elder maltreatment, and community violence. Our goal is to enhance society's understanding of and ability to end domestic violence in the minority and low-income community. Within this context, Family Tree Healthcare works with primarily with the African-American and Native American communities.


Family Tree Healthcare is a labor of love

Family Tree Healthcare is based upon the principles of benevolence and caring, and was founded by Kim Dartez along with her sisters Robin Owens and La Wanda Mann. 

We are committed to creating programs that promote healthy communities and families.  

Lillie Rose Hines-Marbley was a very active part of her community. She took nursing out of the walls of the hospital by volunteering at events, conducting classes and acting as a mentor and a motivator for families that survive through domestic violence.

The scholarship was set in place as a final wish of Lillie's just weeks before she passing away from cancer.  

The scholarship awards funds to minority students that not only want to attend nursing school, but wish to make a difference in their community.

Would you like to know more about Family Tree Healthcare and our upcoming events? Write us at info@familytreehealthcare.org, or call us at 480.529.1686.  Our fax number is 480.621-7986.

Family Tree Domestic Violence Services is commited to educating the community on the serious issue of domestic violence.

Classes on awareness and advocacy as well as supporting local Domestic Violence (DV) service providers is our focus.

Family Tree Healthcare is please to announce the opening of its first healthcare clinic. Familty Tree Health Care Clinic's mission is the be a leading force in ending health disparaites in underserved communities. It aims to provide affordable, quality healthcare without cutting corners.

Along with diagnosis and medication, education is provided to treat your illness, not just the symptoms. For more information, click here, or call 602-499-4221. 

Family Tree Healthcare is a labor of love made possible, and inspired by the example set before us by Lillie Hines Marbley, an outstanding valley R.N., BSN well known for her selfless contributions in providing for patients and her community through direct care, health fairs, and teaching.  Family Tree Healthcare honors and implements the teaching principles and the accomplishments of our mother, the late Lillie Hines-Marbley.   Lillie set an example, raised the bar, and left us a legacy….  Family Tree Healthcare, healing is in our blood.



Family Tree Healthcare is a 501(c)3 organization. All donations are tax deductible

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