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Call for Submissions: Fall 2018 Navajo Nation Early Childhood Newsletter

| August 19, 2018
Call for Submissions: Fall 2018 Navajo Nation Early Childhood Newsletter

The First Things First Navajo Nation regional office is currently working to put together the Fall 2018 Navajo Nation Early Childhood newsletter and would love to have community members partner with us by submitting content.

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Walk to Fight Suicide

| August 19, 2018
Walk to Fight Suicide

Registration is now open for the 2018 Flagstaff Out of the Darkness Community Walk. Please join American Foundation for Suicide Prevention on September 22nd at Buffalo Park as we walk to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide. It’s free to register, so get started today!

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Pilot Parents of Southern AZ

| August 19, 2018
Pilot Parents of Southern AZ

Pilot Parents of Southern Arizona – AZ Partners in Leadership. An enhancement of the Partners in Policymaking program. A FREE leadership training for self-advocate and parents of children with disabilities.

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Casey Excellence for Children Awards 2019

| July 22, 2018
Casey Excellence for Children Awards 2019

Please nominate a hero — a foster care alumnus, birth parent, foster or adoptive parent, or kinship caregiver — who is committed to building hope for children, families and their communities.

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Casey Excellence for Children Awards 2019

| July 15, 2018
Casey Excellence for Children Awards 2019

Please nominate a hero — a foster care alumnus, birth parent, foster or adoptive parent, or kinship caregiver — who is committed to building hope for children, families and their communities.

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Registration is Open for the 24th Statewide Child Abuse PREVENTION Conference!

| July 15, 2018
Registration is Open for the 24th Statewide Child Abuse PREVENTION Conference!

The theme for this year’s conference is “Cultivating Balance and Wellness.”
In addition to presentations on child welfare issues, child well-being, child development and family support, workshops will be offered on topics that will help attendees in seeking balance and wellness in their personal and professional lives, and give them tools to build resilience in those they work with.

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Registration is Open for the 24th Statewide Child Abuse PREVENTION Conference!

| July 8, 2018
Registration is Open for the 24th Statewide Child Abuse PREVENTION Conference!

The theme for this year’s conference is “Cultivating Balance and Wellness.”
In addition to presentations on child welfare issues, child well-being, child development and family support, workshops will be offered on topics that will help attendees in seeking balance and wellness in their personal and professional lives, and give them tools to build resilience in those they work with.

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Casey Excellence for Children Awards 2019

| July 8, 2018
Casey Excellence for Children Awards 2019

Please nominate a hero — a foster care alumnus, birth parent, foster or adoptive parent, or kinship caregiver — who is committed to building hope for children, families and their communities.

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Research Reveals Attitudes and Perceptions of Native People and Issues

| July 2, 2018
Research Reveals Attitudes and Perceptions of Native People and Issues

Groundbreaking Research Reveals America’s Attitudes, Public Perceptions and Dominant Narratives about Native People and Native Issues, and Provides Opportunities for “Reclaiming Native Truth”

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Registration is Open for the 24th Statewide Child Abuse PREVENTION Conference!

| June 24, 2018
Registration is Open for the 24th Statewide Child Abuse PREVENTION Conference!

The theme for this year’s conference is “Cultivating Balance and Wellness.”
In addition to presentations on child welfare issues, child well-being, child development and family support, workshops will be offered on topics that will help attendees in seeking balance and wellness in their personal and professional lives, and give them tools to build resilience in those they work with.

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