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March 25 — Next Tuba City Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) meeting to be held at Tuba City Public Library

| March 10, 2020
March 25 — Next Tuba City Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) meeting to be held at Tuba City Public Library

The next Tuba City Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) meeting has been rescheduled to 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 25 at the Tuba City Public Library, 78 Main St., Tuba City.

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April 4 — Power of Choice Youth Summit to be held at Cliff Castle Casino & Resort

| March 10, 2020
April 4 — Power of Choice Youth Summit to be held at Cliff Castle Casino & Resort

The Power of Choice Youth Summit will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, April 4 at Cliff Castle Casino & Resort, 555 Middle Verde Road, Camp Verde.

Workshops, motivational speakers addressing opioid awareness, suicide prevention, resiliency.

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Connections Spotlight: CCC&Y partners with Building Community to increase prevention initiatives

| March 10, 2020
Connections Spotlight: CCC&Y partners with Building Community to increase prevention initiatives

CCC&Y is excited to partner with Building Community.  Leadership expansion is an important pillar of Self-Healing communities.  It is our intent to increase voice, connection and partnership throughout the county through this very targeted service.  We have engaged Rene to help increase our reach for prevention initiatives, support our child abuse and substance abuse prevention strategies across the county and to assist with increasing our NEAR-informed (neuroscience, epigenetics, ACES and Resiliency) capacity

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Arizona Education Association (AEA) — Legislative Update (Feb. 29)

| March 3, 2020
Arizona Education Association (AEA) — Legislative Update (Feb. 29)

(OPINION) Lawmakers are attacking the constitutional rights of Arizona citizens with legislation that would create extreme burdens to getting measures on the ballot. The citizens’ initiative process has become a pillar of Arizona’s democracy. Attempts to dilute or weaken this process is an attack on our direct democracy.

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Deadline extended for First Things First’s Early Childhood Summit 2020 proposal submissions until March 6

| March 3, 2020
Deadline extended for First Things First’s Early Childhood Summit 2020 proposal submissions until March 6

EXTENDED DEADLINE FOR SUMMIT PROPOSAL: MARCH 6, 2020 First Things First is extending the deadline for submitting proposals for breakout sessions to be presented at the 2020 Early Childhood Summit. The extension runs to Friday, March 6, 2020. Please submit your proposal before this final deadline. The Summit is a unique opportunity to share your knowledge, […]

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Developmental disabilities month — Meeting developmental milestones

| February 25, 2020
Developmental disabilities month — Meeting developmental milestones

All children are unique, growing and developing in their own way with every parent and caregiver wanting to see their child meet typical milestones at the appropriate time.

Our Birth to Five Helpline early childhood specialists can help parents and caregivers know what to expect as children move through the ages and stages of their lives.

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Arizona College Access Network (AzCAN) — Online Professional Development, Networking and More

| February 25, 2020
Arizona College Access Network (AzCAN) — Online Professional Development, Networking and More

The state’s first “Arizona Early College and Career Awareness District” will share their journey and passion for creating a college and career culture. The webinar will include information about classes and free resources you can access for building your own college and career ready school.

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Arizona Education Association (AEA) — Legislative Update (Feb. 22)

| February 25, 2020
Arizona Education Association (AEA) — Legislative Update (Feb. 22)

After seeking review from Legislative Council, the Invest in Education Act coalition refiled its initiative last week and petitions are now ready to go! Sign up as a volunteer petition circulator and help us put the Invest in Education initiative onto the 2020 ballot and to get $940 million to our students and schools.

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The Latest News from College Success Arizona — February 2020

| February 25, 2020
The Latest News from College Success Arizona — February 2020

Access to reliable financial aid is a crucial aspect in making college accessible and affordable to students. This is important if Arizona is to reach its aggressive postsecondary attainment goals and create a highly skilled workforce to drive the economy into the future. 

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CCC&Y Conducts Groundbreaking Assessment, more news

| February 25, 2020
CCC&Y Conducts Groundbreaking Assessment, more news

The Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth has completed and released a Needs Assessment that connects much research around Adverse Childhood Experiences and protective factors to help guide a map of community healing.  It also contains much of the data around needs in Coconino County, specifically regarding substance abuse. 

Please feel free to use for your data needs, grants and speaking points for community understanding. We are using this to guide our prevention work.

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