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CCC&Y to hold next monthly board meeting on Feb. 20

| February 15, 2018
CCC&Y to hold next monthly board meeting on Feb. 20

The Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth will hold its next monthly board meeting from noon to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20 at the County Health and Community Services Building, 2625 N. King St., Ponderosa Room, Flagstaff.

Beth Rosenberg from Children’s Action Alliance will provide an update on child welfare issues pending during the 2018 Arizona legislative session.

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Darkness to Light

| February 9, 2018
Darkness to Light

Stewards of Children is a prevention training program that teaches adults how to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. The program is designed for organizations (policy makers, staff, and volunteers) and families concerned about the safety of children birth-18 years old. It is the only nationally distributed, evidence based program proven to increase knowledge, improve attitudes, and change child protective behaviors.

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Darkness to Light

| February 4, 2018
Darkness to Light

Stewards of Children is a prevention training program that teaches adults how to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. The program is designed for organizations (policy makers, staff, and volunteers) and families concerned about the safety of children birth-18 years old. It is the only nationally distributed, evidence based program proven to increase knowledge, improve attitudes, and change child protective behaviors.

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SB 1166- Permanent Guardianship

| January 30, 2018
SB 1166- Permanent Guardianship

SB 1166 – Permanent Guardianship; Subsidy is on the Senate Health and Human Services agenda for Wednesday, 1/31 at 2pm.

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Walk of Hope Near You

| September 9, 2017
Walk of Hope Near You

In Arizona, suicide is the second leading cause of death of ages 15-34. This is especially true for Native youth in Arizona. Walk of Hope is an event that represents one’s life journey – a series of small steps filled with hope – and is a reminder that no one should walk this journey alone.

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CCC&Y’s Williams Child Abuse Council Awarded its First Scholarship!

| May 22, 2017
CCC&Y’s Williams Child Abuse Council Awarded its First Scholarship!

CCC&Y’s Williams Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Council has awarded its first $500.00 scholarship to Jordan Jones. Jordan aspires to be a pediatric nurse in the future. She wrote her winning essay about how abuse can negatively impact a child’s life, as well as different methods that can be used and should be implemented to reduce child abuse.

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Continued Community Action Needed

| May 14, 2017
Continued Community Action Needed

We are again asking you to please write a letter to Senator Flake, even if you have already done so. We need to once more show our concern for the continued and sustainable funding of Secure Rural Schools. Attached is a recent letter sent by Chairwoman Archuleta.

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Continued Action Needed

| May 8, 2017
Continued Action Needed

It is important to contact Senator Jeff Flake, even if you have already done so, and express thoughts and concerns relating to the renewal and sustainability of SRS or Secure Rural Schools. ​Also please send a copy to his Natural Resources Policy Adviser. All of this is important as Senator Flake is a member of the Senate Energy and Natural Resource Committee.

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The ABC’s of LAUNCH Flagstaff

| May 8, 2017
The ABC’s of LAUNCH Flagstaff

The United Way is proud to be a major supporter of LAUNCH Flagstaff, the unique partnership of community stakeholders dedicated to creating and maintaining a world-class education for all Flagstaff students from cradle to career.

This collaboration, which also receives major funding from the Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff and The Wharton Foundation, is not a new program or service. Instead, it is a diverse group representing schools (preK through graduate school), businesses, government agencies, service organizations, private education providers, non-profit groups, and concerned citizens who recognize that the issues facing our educational system are not just the responsibility of our schools.

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Community Action Needed to Re-Authorize Secure Rural Schools

| April 29, 2017
Community Action Needed to Re-Authorize Secure Rural Schools

For over 100 years, the federal government has shared 25 percent of federal forest revenues with counties to compensate them for federal ownership of forest lands that cannot be taxed at the local level, but these revenue-sharing payments are no longer even sufficient to cover the services that must be provided. And now there seems to be a drop in these funds and perhaps even elimination!

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