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Children’s Action Alliance — What’s missing from the Governor’s budget?

| January 25, 2022
Children’s Action Alliance — What’s missing from the Governor’s budget?

The Governor’s budget misses key provisions that would help Arizona’s children and families in a pandemic. Aside from initiatives that were developed or enhanced with temporary federal COVID relief funding, there is little mention of increasing access to health care and affordable housing in the proposal. The budget proposal doesn’t address health care coverage for oral health, postpartum care, other basic and preventative health care needs, and affordable housing as Arizona families are facing eviction with a great deal of uncertainty about where they will be able to live.  

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2022 Resource guides available for cities across Coconino County

| January 24, 2022
2022 Resource guides available for cities across Coconino County

A variety of resource guides are available for cities throughout Coconino County to help families reach the resources they need during the Covid-19 emergency.

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March 5 — 19th Annual Page/Lake Powell Job Fair

| January 24, 2022
March 5 — 19th Annual Page/Lake Powell Job Fair

The Page Public Library, Coconino Community College, and Courtyard by Marriott are pleased to announce 19thAnnual Page/Lake Powell Job Fair 2022 that will be hold on March 5, 2022  

Below are the following details:

What: 19th Annual Page/Lake Powell Job Fair

Who: Any Page/Lake Powell Businesses & Employers

When: Saturday, March 5, 2022

Time: 10:00am – 2:00 pm

 Where: Courtyard by Marriott (600 Clubhouse Dr, Page, AZ 86040)

The purpose of this event is to help our local community businesses owner and employers seek employees during their time of need in this pandemic that we are currently battling.

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Northland Family Help Center seeking Community Educator

| January 18, 2022
Northland Family Help Center seeking Community Educator

The Community Educator will assist with leading groups in NFHC shelters. The Northland Family Help Center’s Community Education Program promotes the prevention of sexual assault and sexual violence through education and outreach with middle school, high school, and college students as well as community members.

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Navajo Nation Office of Special Education & Rehabilitative Services is seeking a Developmental Specialist

| January 18, 2022
Navajo Nation Office of Special Education & Rehabilitative Services is seeking a Developmental Specialist

The position erves as a team lead by coordinating, arranging and conducting transdisciplinary developmental evaluations and assessments for all children birth to three years of age who are referred to the Navajo Nation Early Intervention Program Transdisciplinary Team for early intervention services.

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Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence (AzCASE) — Grants, Informative Webinars, and Essay Opportunities!

| January 18, 2022
Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence (AzCASE) — Grants, Informative Webinars, and Essay Opportunities!

The New York Life Foundation is seeking applications from afterschool, summer, or expanded learning programs serving middle-school youth. In total, $1.8 million in grants will be awarded to programs all across the country. Take a look to see which opportunity is a good fit for you and apply today! 

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Flagstaff City-Coconino County Public Library — Happening at Your Library Happening at Your Library 1/18/22

| January 17, 2022
Flagstaff City-Coconino County Public Library — Happening at Your Library Happening at Your Library 1/18/22

Come connect with your community

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CCC&Y Weekly Newsletter Update for Jan. 12, 2022

| January 11, 2022
CCC&Y Weekly Newsletter Update for Jan. 12, 2022

Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth, CCC&Y

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Forging Youth Resilience (FYR) Flagstaff announces new class schedule for youth during January 2022

| January 4, 2022
Forging Youth Resilience (FYR) Flagstaff announces new class schedule for youth during January 2022

Forging Youth Resilience (FYR) Flagstaff is committed to a healthy 2022 by providing FREE CrossFit classes to middle and high schoolers in the Flagstaff area!

Starting Wednesday, Jan. 5 at New Roots Fitness Co. and Saturday, Jan. 8 at Connection Trail, FYR Flagstaff has twice weekly FREE CrossFit classes.

Bring yourself, bring a friend, and get healthy!

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FTF is now accepting regional partnership council member applications

| January 4, 2022
FTF is now accepting regional partnership council member applications

Do you know someone who is passionate and determined to make a difference for young kids in your community? If so, we need your help in recruiting them to serve as a volunteer on your local First Things First regional partnership council.
 
The 28 regional councils statewide are a vital part of helping First Things First fulfill our shared vision that every child will arrive at school healthy and ready to succeed. The regional councils identify the needs of children from ages birth to 5 in their communities. Then they work with community stakeholders to establish priorities and determine strategies to fund. Beyond these funding decisions, the regional councils build collaborations with local partners to help ensure the most efficient use of resources and achieve positive outcomes for young children.

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