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Best for Babies Foster Parent Training

| July 22, 2017
Best for Babies Foster Parent Training

CASA of Coconino County invites you to join us for the Best for Babies Foster Parent Training. This will be presented by Meghan Hays-Davis, MAS IMH-E, in a three hour training and aims to increase your knowledge of the needs of young children in foster care through an interactive, discussion based format using real time case examples and relationship based interventions. The training will be held on July 28, 2017 from 9:00am-1:00pm at the Juvenile Court Center.

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Become a Foster Parent!

| July 22, 2017
Become a Foster Parent!

Ever wonder what it takes to become a foster parent? If so, please join us for a free foster care orientation. Orientations are held the 2nd Tuesday of every month 5:30-6:30 at Pathways of AZ.

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Transitional Independent Living Program

| July 22, 2017
Transitional Independent Living Program

If you were in State or Tribal foster care at the age of 16 or older, and are now 18, 19 or 20, you may be eligible for the following FREE services: Entrance into the Transitional Independent Living Program (TILP), Free Health Care through Young Adults Transitional Insurance (YATI), Education Funding through the Pell Grant and Educational Training Voucher (ETV).

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One N Ten LGBTQ Youth Groups

| July 22, 2017
One N Ten LGBTQ Youth Groups

One N Ten LGBTQ and Allied Youth Groups are now happening in Flagstaff. One N Ten is a safe space for youth 14-24 years old. All programs are free!

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12-Week Family Development Course

| July 22, 2017
12-Week Family Development Course

Our FREE 12-week course starts in August, and all classes are offered in the evening, 5:30-7:30PM, at Killip Elementary School. Dinner and childcare are provided. Incentives for participation and children’s books included!

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Early Childhood Summit 2017

| July 15, 2017
Early Childhood Summit 2017

Register now at a reduced rate for two days of keynote and featured speakers, 80+ breakout sessions on a wide range of early childhood topics, and the opportunity to meet, learn and share strategies that help kids be ready for school and set for life.

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Best for Babies Foster Parent Training

| July 15, 2017
Best for Babies Foster Parent Training

CASA of Coconino County invites you to join us for the Best for Babies Foster Parent Training. This will be presented by Meghan Hays-Davis, MAS IMH-E, in a three hour training and aims to increase your knowledge of the needs of young children in foster care through an interactive, discussion based format using real time case examples and relationship based interventions. The training will be held on July 28, 2017 from 9:00am-1:00pm at the Juvenile Court Center.

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Salvation Army Up-Coming Events and Volunteers Needed

| July 15, 2017
Salvation Army Up-Coming Events and Volunteers Needed

The Salvation Army and Wal-Mart have teamed up again to send your child back to school prepared for the year ahead. Each Child will receive a gift car to Wal-Mart to purchase a new outfit. This event is open to children between the ages of 5 and 12 years old who attend a Flagstaff Public School or Tuba City School.

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Free summer lunch for kids!

| July 15, 2017
Free summer lunch for kids!

Summer Lunch Buddies is Arizona’s campaign for the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). The SFSP is a federally-funded child nutrition program that ensures free nutritious meals are available for children and teens ages 18 and younger while school is out of session.

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Scholarship Award Fundraiser

| July 15, 2017
Scholarship Award Fundraiser

The D.R.E.A.M.S. Organization was founded in 1999, and originally named “The Leona Locket-Joyce and Joe Nathan Joyce Scholarship Fund”. DREAMS scholarships are targeted towards assisting aspiring minority students from FUSD high schools who are pursuing post-secondary education or vocational skills training. Since 1999, the Organization has awarded over $120,000.00 to Flagstaff youth.

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