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First Things First — A New Year’s resolution that’s fun to keep

First Things First — A New Year’s resolution that’s fun to keep

| January 10, 2023

Time is tight for most parents, but moments of focused attention help your child feel safe, secure and loved. So resolve to have more one-on-one play and conversation with your little one this year, away from phones and distractions. Check out our Parents Playbook video for some quality time highlights.

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January 2023 — one•n•ten presents variety of online events for LGBTQ youth

January 2023 — one•n•ten presents variety of online events for LGBTQ youth

| January 10, 2023

A variety of online events for LGBTQ youth

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Children’s Action Alliance and AZCenter for Economic Progress announce 2023 legislative priorities

Children’s Action Alliance and AZCenter for Economic Progress announce 2023 legislative priorities

| January 10, 2023

This year brings great opportunity for Arizona with a new Governor and legislature to address many of our state’s biggest challenges and create the conditions which will lead to a more vibrant economy and a place where all children and families can thrive. Over the next two weeks, Arizona will inaugurate our statewide elected leaders, the new legislature will begin its session, and Governor Hobbs will deliver her first state-of-the-state address and share her state budget proposal. 

With so many big moments upon us, we want to share our 2023 legislative priorities – priorities that we hope many of our newly elected officials will get behind.  

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DES Child Support Community Partner Presentation Survey

DES Child Support Community Partner Presentation Survey

| January 10, 2023

The State of Arizona’s Department of Economic Security (DES) Division of Child Support Services (DCSS) Outreach Team is conducting a survey to provide a better networking experience with our community partners.

We are gauging the interest of our community partners in providing presentations to DCSS staff.

If you are interested in providing a presentation to DCSS staff, then please fill out the form!  

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CCC&Y Weekly Newsletter Update for Jan. 4, 2023

CCC&Y Weekly Newsletter Update for Jan. 4, 2023

| January 4, 2023

View this email in your browser Jan. 4, 2023 Update

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Connections Spotlight — CCC&Y welcomes 2023 with variety of free training webinars for families, community organizations

Connections Spotlight — CCC&Y welcomes 2023 with variety of free training webinars for families, community organizations

| January 4, 2023

Wishing you a peaceful, prosperous and productive 2023.

As the new year begins, the Coconino Coaltion for Children & Youth wants to remind everyone that we have a variety of free webinar training programs on our website to help relieve some of the stress as we wind down from a busy holiday season.

Our growing library of on-demand webinars is designed to help the public gain the tools they need to provide trauma-informed care, tips to help strengthen family protective factors, examine the effects of historical trauma and adverse childhood experiences, address issues such as bullying and the support to adults and youth through the use of mindfulness practices.

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Education Forward Arizona — 2022 Highlights, AEL, Job Openings & More!

Education Forward Arizona — 2022 Highlights, AEL, Job Openings & More!

| January 4, 2023

Thanks to your support, we celebrated our first year as an organization and made some exciting strides toward moving Education Forward in Arizona! We are grateful for your partnership and commitment to advancing educational opportunities for Arizona students — which in turn helps improve the quality of life for all Arizonans.

Join us in taking a look at some of our 2022 highlights and accomplishments!

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Children’s Action Alliance — Building an Arizona where children thrive, starts with you

Children’s Action Alliance — Building an Arizona where children thrive, starts with you

| January 4, 2023

The 2022 legislative session proved challenging, and while we received a sometimes-hostile reception toward the policy solutions we seek, we never gave up. In fact, adversity only seems to make us stronger.

When the 2023 legislative session begins (this) month, CAA will continue our work to find a permanent fix to an unnecessary school spending limit that is based on what it cost to educate students in 1980 and which, if not permanently fixed, will keep our schools in the basement of funding compared to the rest of the nation.

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United Way of Northern Arizona — Celebrating a Community (and UWNA) Champion

United Way of Northern Arizona — Celebrating a Community (and UWNA) Champion

| January 4, 2023

It was with tremendous sadness that we heard (recently) of the passing of Dr. Bert McKinnon, who epitomized the commitment to community and volunteer service that makes northern Arizona such a remarkable place.

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AEA 2023 Legislative Update

AEA 2023 Legislative Update

| January 4, 2023

On December 14, 2022, AEA hosted a members-only webinar with AEA President Marisol Garcia, AEA Legislative Liaison Isela Blanc, and AEA member and Arizona Senator Christine Marsh on what to expect in the 2023 legislative session.

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