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CCC&Y Weekly Newsletter Update for June 15, 2022

| June 14, 2022
CCC&Y Weekly Newsletter Update for June 15, 2022

CCC&Y, Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth

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First Things First — Infant sleep products banned, baby formula shortage and more

| June 7, 2022
First Things First — Infant sleep products banned, baby formula shortage and more

New law bans inclined sleepers and crib bumpers

The Safe Sleep for Babies Act, which became federal law in May, makes padded crib bumpers and inclined sleepers illegal to be manufactured or sold in the U.S. These popular but dangerous products pose a risk to infants who can roll over onto the padded surfaces and suffocate. Families that already have crib bumpers or inclined sleepers should get rid of them now, according to pediatricians and child safety groups.

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CCC&Y Weekly Newsletter Update for June 8, 2022

| June 7, 2022
CCC&Y Weekly Newsletter Update for June 8, 2022

View this email in your browser June 8, 2022 Update    

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CCC&Y Weekly Newsletter Update for June 1, 2022

| May 31, 2022
CCC&Y Weekly Newsletter Update for June 1, 2022

CCC&Y, Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth

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CCC&Y Weekly Newsletter Update for May 25, 2022

| May 24, 2022
CCC&Y Weekly Newsletter Update for May 25, 2022

Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth, CCC&Y

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Children’s Mental Health Acceptance Family Involvement Center Northern Arizona Community Resource Fair at Flagstaff City Hall on May 21

| May 19, 2022
Children’s Mental Health Acceptance Family Involvement Center Northern Arizona Community Resource Fair at Flagstaff City Hall on May 21

The Children’s Mental Health Acceptance Week Northern Arizona Community Resource Fair will be held from 9 a.m to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 21 at the Flagstaff City Hall, 211 W. Aspen, Flagstaff.

There will be fun activities for everyone, giveaways and information to take home.

You’re invited to join us at this free event (tickets are limited).

Family Involvement Center is planning several events statewide for National Children’s Mental Health Acceptance Week. Besides helping bring awareness to mental health among younger individuals, these free events are intended to celebrate families and give everyone a day of fun after such a challenging past couple of years.

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Bilingual update — Child Crisis Arizona announces upcoming Summer programming

| May 17, 2022
Bilingual update — Child Crisis Arizona announces upcoming Summer programming

Child Crisis Arizona has announced its upcoming Summer programming which includes live Zoom programming, on-demand trainings, and in-person programming. These trainings are great tools for general parenting knowledge, staff training hours, adoption and foster care licensure hours, custody proceedings, DCS cases, and more.

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CCC&Y Weekly Newsletter Update for May 18, 2022

| May 17, 2022
CCC&Y Weekly Newsletter Update for May 18, 2022

CCC&Y, Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth

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May 18 — Navajo Project I-Launch to present Navajo Nation Early Childhood Speaker Series — ‘Diné Nutrition for Young Children’

| May 16, 2022
May 18 —  Navajo Project I-Launch to present Navajo Nation Early Childhood Speaker Series — ‘Diné Nutrition for Young Children’

The First Things First Navajo Nation Regional Partnership Council will host a virtual forum “Diné Nutrition for Young Children,” from noon to 2 p.m. (Mountain Daylight Time / Navajo Nation) Wednesday, May 18 at:

Zoom Link: https://bit.ly/3MMO14K
Meeting ID: 82867616011
Passcode: 023499
Denee Bex is a Registered Dietitian and an advocate for healthy traditional Navajo diets and home-grown foods in Native communities.

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First Things First — Celebrating everyday MOMents

| May 10, 2022
First Things First — Celebrating everyday MOMents

A message for moms: Self-care isn’t selfish
In celebration of Mother’s Day, keep in mind that making time for things that help you relax and feel better will help you do your best for your kids.

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