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Camp Mourning Star to be held Oct. 15

| October 11, 2016
Camp Mourning Star to be held Oct. 15

Join Vista Hospice for Camp Mourning Star Day Camp on Saturday, October 15th from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Camp Colton.

Camp Colton is a day camp for children (ages 6-12) who have experienced the death of a loved one.

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Get Your Tickets to CAA’s Annual Through the Eyes of a Child Luncheon

| October 10, 2016
Get Your Tickets to CAA’s Annual Through the Eyes of a Child Luncheon

Time to Get Your Tickets to CAA’s Annual Through the Eyes of a Child Luncheon on October 21st.

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Candidates respond to CCC&Y’s questionnaire on children, youth and families

| October 5, 2016
Candidates respond to CCC&Y’s questionnaire on children, youth and families

CCC&Y’s Action and Outreach Committee has developed the following questionnaire for ALL Candidates in our region this election season. Our intent is to inform voters, providing them with perspective on candidate views, their role as an elected official, and their position as a potential advocate representing the children, youth, and families of Coconino County.

The following are the responses we received as of Oct. 1, 2016:

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New Census Data Finds Drop in Uninsured Children in Arizona

| October 3, 2016
New Census Data Finds Drop in Uninsured Children in Arizona

Some good news from the U.S. Census Bureau this week, as the agency released data on more than 40 different topics in the American Community Survey. Notable in the data is a significant drop in the percentage of children without health coverage in Arizona…

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Get Your Tickets to CAA’s Annual Through the Eyes of a Child Luncheon

| October 3, 2016
Get Your Tickets to CAA’s Annual Through the Eyes of a Child Luncheon

Time to Get Your Tickets to CAA’s Annual Through the Eyes of a Child Luncheon on October 21st.

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Time to Get Your Tickets to CAA’s Annual Through the Eyes of a Child Luncheon

| September 26, 2016
Time to Get Your Tickets to CAA’s Annual Through the Eyes of a Child Luncheon

Time to Get Your Tickets to CAA’s Annual Through the Eyes of a Child Luncheon on October 21st.

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Webinar on Sept. 21 — The Raising of America: Learn how strong community and public health partnerships benefit our youngest children, and their families

| September 20, 2016
Webinar on Sept. 21 — The Raising of America: Learn how strong community and public health partnerships benefit our youngest children, and their families

A webinar on — “The Raising of America: Learn how strong community and public health partnerships benefit our youngest children, and their families,” will be held from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. (MST) Wednesday, Sept. 21.

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New Census Data Finds Drop in Uninsured Children in Arizona

| September 19, 2016
New Census Data Finds Drop in Uninsured Children in Arizona

Some good news from the U.S. Census Bureau this week, as the agency released data on more than 40 different topics in the American Community Survey. Notable in the data is a significant drop in the percentage of children without health coverage in Arizona…

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TANF Turns 20 This Year: What Has Been the Impact in Arizona?

| September 5, 2016
TANF Turns 20 This Year: What Has Been the Impact in Arizona?

This month, the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program turns 20 years old…

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Trends in Child Safety

| August 15, 2016
Trends in Child Safety

Arizonans remain on red alert about our responsibility to protect children from abuse and neglect as we hear about horrible cases of parents killing children, children suddenly removed from group homes due to safety concerns, and a judge holding the Department of Child Safety in contempt of court due to a lack of timely services to families…

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