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Coconino County Public Health Services District (CCPHSD) conducting bilingual Healthcare Information Survey

| May 6, 2019
Coconino County Public Health Services District (CCPHSD) conducting bilingual Healthcare Information Survey

… CCPHSD is asking for your help in connecting us to individuals and families in Coconino County.The Healthy Information Survey will help CCPHSD obtain greater clarity on how people obtain healthcare information, what is working well in those efforts, and what other information people might need. This will help us to better understand how public health can assist residents in achieving their fullest health potential.

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Expect More Arizona update for May 2 — The Expect More Excellence Tour

| May 6, 2019
Expect More Arizona update for May 2 — The Expect More Excellence Tour

The Expect MoreExcellence Tour spotlights what schools and communities in Arizona are doing today to make progress toward an excellent education for every student, and celebrates the kind of excellence we expect and believe must be available to all students.

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NAU seeking presenters (deadline is May 1) for conference this summer on culturally responsive practices in Indigenous early childhood education

| April 29, 2019
NAU seeking presenters (deadline is May 1) for conference this summer on culturally responsive practices in Indigenous early childhood education

Presenters for breakout sessions are sought for the inaugural “Culturally Responsive Practice in Indigenous Early Childhood Education Conference” that will be held June 18, 20, 2019 at Northern Arizona University, College of Education.

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Coconino County organizations urged to take Health Literacy Resources survey

| April 29, 2019
Coconino County organizations urged to take Health Literacy Resources survey

The Coconino County Public Health Services District (CCPHSD) vision is: Coconino County – where every resident achieves their fullest health potential.This goal cannot be achieved by an individual organization; it takes a wide network of partners and stakeholders. …Will you please take 3 minutes to complete the survey?

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Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council update for April 24 — Inclusive Recreation Grant: Deadline May 31

| April 29, 2019
Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council update for April 24 — Inclusive Recreation Grant: Deadline May 31

More ADDPC grants are now open! Two new grant opportunities have opened TODAY in order to support efforts around Arizona to fully include people with developmental disabilities in our communities. Check them out on our grants page and make sure to scroll down the page all the way for details on each open grant available.

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May 21 — Arizona’s 2019 Children’s Mental Health Awareness Campaign Youth Art Exhibit in Flagstaff

| April 29, 2019
May 21 — Arizona’s 2019 Children’s Mental Health Awareness Campaign Youth Art Exhibit in Flagstaff

Arizona’s 2019 Children’s Mental Health Awareness Campaign Youth Art Exhibit will be presented from 4 to 76 p.m. Tuesday, May 21 at the Family Involvement Center, 5200 E. Courtland Blvd., A-16, Flagstaff.Join us for an exhibition of the youth artwork submitted for this year’s Children Mental Health Awareness campaign. Bring your whole family to enjoy art entries created to help raise awareness about the importance of children’s mental health.

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Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth honors 2019 Caring for Children award winners at annual conference

| April 22, 2019
Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth honors 2019 Caring for Children award winners at annual conference

They include a policy leader who has advocated for early and developmentally disabled childhood education programs throughout Coconino County; an individual who has served nearly three decades strengthening and keeping families together in Northern Arizona; and a community leader whose efforts have provided a variety of afterschool, weekend and summer programs in Page.The Coconino Coalition for Children and Youth (CCC&Y) congratulates the 2019 Caring for Children Award recipients, who were honored at 2019 Child Abuse Prevention Conference and Luncheon — “Healing Collective Trauma through Community Connections” — April 18 in Flagstaff.

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Department of Child Safety Office of Prevention Conducting Needs Assessment 2019 – Stakeholder On-line Survey

| April 22, 2019
Department of Child Safety Office of Prevention Conducting Needs Assessment 2019 – Stakeholder On-line Survey

The Department of Child Safety’s Office of Prevention is conducting a statewide needs assessment focused on the prevention of child maltreatment. The purposes of the needs assessment are to: (1) determine the current risk and protective factors for Arizona’s children and families. (2) identify the most effective methods to prevent or mediate risks and/or to enhance protective factors identified in the need’s assessment.

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FUSD announces Summer Food Service Program

| April 22, 2019
FUSD announces Summer Food Service Program

The Flagstaff Unified School District announces the sponsorship of the Summer Food Service Program for children. Meals will be provided to all children, ages 18 and under, without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service.

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First Things First update for April 22 — Building strong families one visit at a time

| April 22, 2019
First Things First update for April 22 — Building strong families one visit at a time

…Expectant mothers or families with a child up to 5 years old can sign up voluntarily for the home visits, in which a trained parent educator visits the family every other week.First Things First funds voluntary, evidence-based home visitation programs, such as the CPLC program, which follows the Parents as Teachers model. These one-on-one visits with trained providers have been shown to be an effective way to support and empower families and children experiencing various challenges, as well as to support the bonding and relationship between the parents and child.

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