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Halloween Tips For Parents

| October 20, 2014
Halloween Tips For Parents

First Things First presents two Halloween articles that have great tips for parents – on Halloween Candy and Oral Health, and the other on Taking the Fear out of Halloween. For the article on Halloween Candy and Oral Health, Click here. For the article on Taking the Fear out of Halloween, Click here.

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ASCC Upcoming Early Childhood Workshops and Directors Meeting Notices

| October 20, 2014
ASCC Upcoming Early Childhood Workshops and Directors Meeting Notices

Association of Supportive Childcare (ASCC) invites you to take advantage of the following great opportunities for Professional Development:  2014 Health and Safety Series of three classes – perfect opportunity for new child care staff to learn about licensing basics ASCC training workshops planned through December Child Care Provider Directors Networking Meeting on Wednesday, October 29th […]

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Arizona Ranks 6th Nationally in Afterschool Programming

| October 20, 2014
Arizona Ranks 6th Nationally in Afterschool Programming

Arizona ranked 6th in nation for afterschool programming, but there’s still work to be done… The Afterschool Alliance‘s America After 3PM survey ranked Arizona as 6th in the nation for afterschool overall. America After 3PM is the largest national household survey ever conducted to gauge parent satisfaction and support for afterschool programs. The results revealed that Arizona parents overwhelmingly […]

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Don’t be Fooled by the Claims That Prop 122 Will Protect Children – It Won’t.

| October 17, 2014
Don’t be Fooled by the Claims That Prop 122 Will Protect Children – It Won’t.

Prop 122 supporters are using children for political games. Contrary to their claims, Prop 122 does nothing to keep kids safe or find loving homes for abused and neglected children. Prop 122 will NOT allow CPS or the new Department of Child Safety (DCS) to release more individual child abuse case records to the public. The responsibility […]

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Job Opportunity in the Early Childhood Field – North Country HealthCare Program Specialist

| October 17, 2014
Job Opportunity in the Early Childhood Field – North Country HealthCare Program Specialist

North Country HealthCare is hiring a Program/Project Specialist with a child development background for their Healthy Steps program. This position will serve both Flagstaff and Williams. The schedule will most likely have the specialist going to Williams one day per week and staying in Flagstaff three days per week. The specialist will work closely with […]

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Election Resources – Candidate Debates and More…

| October 15, 2014
Election Resources – Candidate Debates and More…

CCC&Y has compiled a few candidate debate videos from PBS 8 Election Coverage and other resources for easy access and to keep you informed this election season.  Be sure to check them out here, or view more at the PBS 8 Election page. Superintendent of Public Instruction A recording of the Channel 8 debate between […]

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Simplifying Advocacy: Tools for Making a Difference at the Capitol – Free Workshop on November 18th

| October 15, 2014
Simplifying Advocacy: Tools for Making a Difference at the Capitol – Free Workshop on November 18th

Coconino Coalition for Children and Youth (CCC&Y) hosts free training: Simplifying Advocacy: Tools for Making a Difference at the Capitol Presented by Geoffrey Esposito, Governmental Relations Analyst, with the Arizona School Boards Association (ASBA) Workshop will cover: An overview of the legislative process, advocacy examples, and the tools ASBA provides Registration and a step by […]

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Tonier Cain’s Book “Healing Neen” Now Available for Sale – Proceeds Benefit CCC&Y and NACASA

| October 15, 2014
Tonier Cain’s Book “Healing Neen” Now Available for Sale – Proceeds Benefit CCC&Y and NACASA

Tonier Cain is a nationally recognized SAMHSA speaker and advocate for recovery and trauma-informed care.  In March 2010, her story was launched in the form of a documentary titled, “Healing Neen” which details her transcendent story of emergence from drug addiction, multiple incarcerations and two decades of homelessness to become a tireless advocate and educator […]

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Northland Rural Therapy Services Offering Early Intervention Services

| October 15, 2014
Northland Rural Therapy Services Offering Early Intervention Services

NRTA (Northland Rural Therapy Services): the contractor for AzEIP in Flagstaff) is starting to offer clinic-based early intervention services for those children who do NOT qualify for AzEIP services but still present with mild to moderate delays. Many children are not eligible for AzEIP yet, they could use the support and therapies. Therapies include: PT, OT and […]

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CCC&Y Encourages your YES VOTE for Road Safety – Prop 403 and Prop 406

| October 15, 2014
CCC&Y Encourages your YES VOTE for Road Safety – Prop 403 and Prop 406

The CCC&Y Board of Directors has voted to support the County Road Maintenance Sales Tax Initiative (Proposition 403) and the City of Flagstaff Road Repair and Street Safety Initiative ( Proposition 406).  Following our strategic plan, CCC&Y continues to address priorities related to the health, safety, and development of children and youth.  We encourage your […]

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