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CCC&Y Weekly Newsletter Update for May 26, 2021

| May 25, 2021
CCC&Y Weekly Newsletter Update for May 26, 2021

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. The Achieve60AZ | College Success Arizona | Expect More Arizona team has compiled a list of mental health and behavioral health resources and programs that can be found around Arizona and utilized by students and parents throughout the K12-postsecondary pipeline. Resources in the region include Health Promotion: Mental Health and the Mental Health Support Squad at Northern Arizona University; and the CARE Program at Coconino Community College.

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Bilingual report — Applications open for DES Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) Program

| May 11, 2021
Bilingual report — Applications open for DES Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) Program

The Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) is an FCC program to help families and households struggling to afford internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic. This new benefit will connect eligible households to jobs, critical healthcare services, virtual classrooms, DES Services, and so much more.

The DES Office of Community Engagement would like to share with you information about this program. The EBB program opens on May 12, 2021 for eligible individuals and households to enroll. Below is additional information and the link to the Toolkit.

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ASCC presenting ‘UpLearning Summer Video Series’

| May 11, 2021
ASCC presenting ‘UpLearning Summer Video Series’

The Association for Supportive Child Care is presenting the “UpLearning Summer Video Series.”

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Connections Spotlight — CCC&Y heading into Summer with new look, strong focus

| May 11, 2021
Connections Spotlight — CCC&Y heading into Summer with new look, strong focus

As the region heads into summer, and the hope that the worst of the pandemic is behind us, this seems an appropriate time to reinvigorate ourselves with the promise of a new beginning.

As part of our effort during this nationwide Spring Cleaning, the Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth welcomes you to explore our new, revitalized website at www.Coconinokids.org

The website features our new logo and brand colors, more images and easier links to a variety of resources you have come to depend on, including:

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Arizona Education Association Legislative Update

| April 20, 2021
Arizona Education Association Legislative Update

After months of focusing on their election audit, Senate Republicans finally met in closed caucus to discuss the state budget. Efforts to pass bills have slowed down now that the Senate and House Republicans have started serious budget discussions

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Coconino County Health & Human Services Provider seeking Senior Services Program Coordinator

| April 20, 2021
Coconino County Health & Human Services Provider seeking Senior Services Program Coordinator

Coconino County Health and Human Services is seeking a Senior Services Program Coordinator for Williams.

Under general supervision performs work of moderate difficulty coordinating public programs; performs related work as assigned.

Implements and coordinates programs that provide services to the public
Assures program contract or regulatory compliance
Provides support and advocacy to program participants
Investigates and resolves client complaints
Prepares and maintains records and reports
Coordinates and collaborates with community-based organizations, public agencies, coalitions, schools and other appropriate facilities to implement programs
Prepares and disseminates informational program materials
May participate in the recruitment of volunteers, practicum students and interns
May supervise and train student employees, interns and/or volunteers
Performs related work as assigned

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NACA is celebrating our 50th Anniversary this year, would you mind completing our survey about your experiences with NACA?

| April 13, 2021
NACA is celebrating our 50th Anniversary this year, would you mind completing our survey about your experiences with NACA?

As NACA moves into their 50th year of supporting the community, we would like to celebrate the history of the organization through your eyes and heart.We would love to hear from you, your experiences with NACA and how the community has benefited from NACA all these years.

How has NACA impacted your life?
Did you have a particular experience you’d like to share?
Are you a past member of the board, staff or volunteer?
What does NACA’s mission mean to you?
What do you hope to see from NACA in the next 50 years of service to the community?
What is your favorite memory of NACA?
Do you have photos to share?

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Northland Family Help Center seeking Domestic Violence Shelter Case Manager

| April 9, 2021
Northland Family Help Center seeking Domestic Violence Shelter Case Manager

Northland Family Help Center is in search of a Case Manager for the Domestic Violence Shelter.

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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Connections Spotlight — one•n•ten Online Open Mic Night to be held on Feb. 27

| February 22, 2021
Connections Spotlight — one•n•ten Online Open Mic Night to be held on Feb. 27

one•n•ten — Today’s Youth. Tomorrow’s Future, will present the virtual Online Open Mic Night from 4 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 27.

Goal(s):

To provide dedicated time and space for LGBTQ+ youth and their friends to freely express themselves
To build stronger safety net for LGBTQ+ youth through collaboration with organizations across the state
Click here for the event link

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Housing Solutions of Northern Arizona hiring Sharon Manor Case Manager

| February 16, 2021
Housing Solutions of Northern Arizona hiring Sharon Manor Case Manager

Housing Solutions of Northern Arizona is hiring Sharon Manor Case Manager

This position requires individual case management for women at Sharon Manor who are overcoming domestic violence and building self-sufficiency for themselves and their families. They will assist residents at Sharon Manor with the development and implementation of an Individual Action Plan to move them toward self-sufficiency as well as meet with residents weekly or as deemed necessary to monitor progress and help overcome challenges as they build skills for their futures.

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