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The Summer Cafe ~ Flagstaff

| May 27, 2017
The Summer Cafe ~ Flagstaff

Summertime Meals, all summer long! Kids and teens eat free, no proof of residency or income required, meals and activities for ages 1-18, eat at any school!

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KAFF Country Cares for Our Community

| May 19, 2017
KAFF Country Cares for Our Community

We are spotlighting people and businesses who are lending a hand to those who need help in our area, like Terry Marxen Chevrolet. They are helping people and families in need by giving them free service on their vehicle at their dealership to get them back on the road to better times. If you know someone or a family who needs service on their care to help them out, go to KAFF.com andlook for the KAFF Country Cares banner. Thanks to Terry Marxen Chevrolet in Flagstaff for helping these fine people and families. KAFF Country Cares for Our Community!

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The Summer Cafe ~ Flagstaff

| May 19, 2017
The Summer Cafe ~ Flagstaff

Summertime Meals, all summer long! Kids and teens eat free, no proof of residency or income required, meals and activities for ages 1-18, eat at any school!

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Youth Summit at the Family Resource Center

| May 13, 2017
Youth Summit at the Family Resource Center

FREE education event for youth between the ages 16-21* (if under age 18 you must be accompanied by an adult). Come join us for a fun filled night & become more involved within your community!

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The Summer Cafe ~ Flagstaff

| May 13, 2017
The Summer Cafe ~ Flagstaff

Summertime Meals, all summer long! Kids and teens eat free, no proof of residency or income required, meals and activities for ages 1-18, eat at any school!

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Young Adults Aging Out of Foster Care Should Get Health Coverage Through Medicaid

| May 8, 2017
Young Adults Aging Out of Foster Care Should Get Health Coverage Through Medicaid

For young people who have experienced foster care, access to affordable health insurance is critical to their everyday success. While Federal Law has expanded health coverage to alumni who were in foster care at age 18, there are significant roadblocks to enrolling in and maintaining coverage.

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Brain Builders for Life

| May 8, 2017
Brain Builders for Life

Join us for an engaging 16-hour workshop focusing on the brain development of children prenatal to age three and how it effects the cognitive, social-emotional and physical growth of the typical child.

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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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Coconino County’s Rental & Utility Assistance Programs

| April 29, 2017
Coconino County’s Rental & Utility Assistance Programs

Do you need assistance paying your electric, gas or propane bill? Coconino County Community Services/Social Service Department has funding available for current or past due utility bills. It is based on income eligibility.

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Bus Pass Policy for Residents Actively Looking for Employment

| April 29, 2017
Bus Pass Policy for Residents Actively Looking for Employment

Coconino County Community Services is implementing a new bus pass policy for residents who are actively working with a case manager and looking for employment. A case worker can provide up to two referrals per client for a total of 6 bus passes. The completed referral form is to be given to the client to bring to Community Services in order to receive the bus passes.

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