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Victim Witness Services Job Posting

| September 16, 2018
Victim Witness Services Job Posting

Victim Witness Services for Coconino County is seeking to hire a Felony Victim Advocate for their Flagstaff office.

Nature of Work: Under the direct supervision of the Lead Advocate, this position provides direct services to victims of felony crimes in a trauma-informed, person-centric manner. The Felony Advocate will develop and maintain an evidence-based approach to serving victims of these crime types.

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Unleashing the Power of Kids at Hope

| September 9, 2018
Unleashing the Power of Kids at Hope

Dear Community Provider and Juvenile Justice Personnel, A special training on “Unleashing the Power of Kids at Hope,” customized to community providers and juvenile justice personnel is being offered on September 12, 2018, from 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. in Flagstaff, AZ by the Juvenile Justice Services of the Arizona Supreme Court.

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Call for Submissions: Fall 2018 Navajo Nation Early Childhood Newsletter

| September 2, 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

| September 2, 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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Unleashing the Power of Kids at Hope

| September 2, 2018
Unleashing the Power of Kids at Hope

Dear Community Provider and Juvenile Justice Personnel, A special training on “Unleashing the Power of Kids at Hope,” customized to community providers and juvenile justice personnel is being offered on September 12, 2018, from 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. in Flagstaff, AZ by the Juvenile Justice Services of the Arizona Supreme Court.

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Call for Submissions: Fall 2018 Navajo Nation Early Childhood Newsletter

| August 26, 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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CCC&Y board approves new Policy Initiatives for 2018-19

| August 24, 2018
CCC&Y board approves new Policy Initiatives for 2018-19

The board of the Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth voted on Aug. 20 to approve a series of Policy Initiatives for 2018-19.

The policies cover education, child welfare, environmental equity and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

CCC&Y is a non-partisan organization that supports an educated and engaged voting population that participates in our democratic process.

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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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