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Aug. 4 and 18 — Navajo Nation Early Childhood Information Drive-thru Series

| August 2, 2021
Aug. 4 and 18 — Navajo Nation Early Childhood Information Drive-thru Series

First Things First and Navajo Project I-LAUNCH will present the Navajo Nation Early Childhood Information Drive-thru Series to be held Aug. 4 and 18.

Come and learn about early childhood programs and services in your area! We will be providing child and family screenings, goodies and plenty of information!

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Aug. 5 — Poly Support Group in Flagstaff

| August 2, 2021
Aug. 5 — Poly Support Group in Flagstaff

Various forms of consensually non-monogamous relationships offer the possibilities to find abundance in our lives and to meet a full range of our relational needs. They can also bring to the surface issues such as jealousy, insecurity, communication barriers and boundary difficulties. This group provides space for intentional reflection surrounding the types of relationships we create along with opportunities for skill building, reflection, and processing around our own needs and how to communicate them effectively. Specific skills that will take focus include learning one’s attachment needs/styles, communication skills, and creating security within ourselves and others.

Facilitated by Dunya Cope, LPC
This is an open and free therapeutic group (members can join at any point)

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Aug. 7 — Page to present Back-to-School Community Resource Fair, COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

| August 2, 2021
Aug. 7 — Page to present Back-to-School Community Resource Fair, COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

The City of Page and the Coconino County Health & Human Resources will present a Back-to-School Community Resource Fair, COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 7 at Page High School, 434 S. Lake Powell Blvd., Page., West Parking lot by the football fields and CAB.

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Aug. 13 — Opioid Use Disorder, Medication Assisted Treatment, and Beyond From Bench-side to Bedside Training

| August 2, 2021
Aug. 13 — Opioid Use Disorder, Medication Assisted Treatment, and Beyond From Bench-side to Bedside Training

MATFORCE will present Opioid Use Disorder, Medication Assisted Treatment, and Beyond From Bench-side to Bedside from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Friday, Aug. 13 at the Cottonwood Police Dept., 199 S. 6th St., Cottonwood.

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Aug. 13, 14 — Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flagstaff to present 44th Annual Half Marathon and 5K

| August 2, 2021
Aug. 13, 14 — Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flagstaff to present 44th Annual Half Marathon and 5K

As the second oldest half marathon in Arizona, and the granddaddy of all Flagstaff races, you won’t want to miss our newly modified course that begins at Thorpe Park.

The annual pre-race packet pick-up and free Fratelli Pizza social is back on August 13th at 5:30 PM! In addition to the fun, all participants will get a SweatVac Performance Wear long-sleeved hi-tech dye sublimated shirt.

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Aug. 16 — Be sure to register for the Wildfire Speaker & Workshop Series 2021!

| August 2, 2021
Aug. 16 — Be sure to register for the Wildfire Speaker & Workshop Series 2021!

August Training

August 16th, 10am to 11:30am – How to Motivate Employees:  Essential Skills for Evidence-Based Leadership & Management.  Facilitated by David Myers – Professor and PhD Program Director, University of New Haven, author and trainer with the Joyfields Institute.

Pre-registration is required – use password:  Wildfire.  Click the button below to do so.

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Aug. 17 — First Things First will present its virtual 2021 Early Childhood Summit

| August 2, 2021
Aug. 17 — First Things First will present its virtual 2021 Early Childhood Summit

First Things First will present the virtual 2021 Early Childhood Summit on Tuesday, August 17, 2021.
 
Attendees will enjoy a full-day virtual Summit featuring two exciting keynote speakers and twelve breakout sessions tailored for professionals, stakeholders and supporters of early childhood education and health.

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Aug. 18 through Sept. 8 — Registration continues for CCC&Y’s 2021 Annual Conference

| August 2, 2021
Aug. 18 through Sept. 8 — Registration continues for CCC&Y’s 2021 Annual Conference

“Finding My Strength; Hope in Connection,” is the theme of the 2021 Annual Conference from Aug. 18 through Sept. 8 presented by the Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth.

Deanna Singh, author, TEDx talk Speaker, Justice and Equality Advocate, will launch the conference with her presentation “Hustle with Purpose” from 9 to 10 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 18 MST/AZ.

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Bilingual report — Aug. 24 — North Country HealthCare to present ‘Understanding Bullying 2.0’

| August 2, 2021
Bilingual report — Aug. 24 — North Country HealthCare to present ‘Understanding Bullying 2.0’

North Country HealthCare will present “Understanding Bullying 2.0:” 

When: “The Shed” @ Williams Recreation Center 320 E. Railroad Ave. Williams AZ 86046

Where: Saturday 7/24, 10a – 12p
Why: To educate the Williams community about the bullying trends & it’s harmful effects

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Aug. 25, 26 — Virtual Diné Early Childhood Summit

| August 2, 2021
Aug. 25, 26 — Virtual Diné Early Childhood Summit

In partnership with Navajo Indigenous LAUNCH and the Navajo Nation Division of Behavioral and Mental Health Services, the First Things First Navajo Nation Regional Partnership Council will present the virtual 2021 Diné Early Childhood Summit on Wednesday, August 25 – Thursday, August 26, 2021.

This year’s summit will feature exciting keynote speakers and work sessions tailored to Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation and System Building. We hope you will join us to learn, and discuss and plan effective ways to support young children and families on the Navajo Nation. Attendees can expect to be actively engaged and will be asked to participate in case study scenarios, world cafe style conversations and a strategic planning work session with the goal of enhancing the early childhood system on Navajo Nation.

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