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ASIST Training

| May 13, 2017
ASIST Training

ASIST 11 is an “updated” 2-day suicide “First-Aid” training. Community members and professionals will: recognize and assess the potential risk of suicide, keep at-risk person safe until help arrives, reach out and offer support, and link people with resources.

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Youth Sports Summer Opportunity

| May 13, 2017
Youth Sports Summer Opportunity

Flagstaff Sports Institute, established in 2016, was created with the goals of preventing youth sport injuries and maximizing athletic performance with long-term athlete development. Which is why we offer 6-week Injury Prevention and Performance Enhancement Programs (IPPEPs) and community education.

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The Summer Cafe ~ Flagstaff

| May 13, 2017
The Summer Cafe ~ Flagstaff

Summertime Meals, all summer long! Kids and teens eat free, no proof of residency or income required, meals and activities for ages 1-18, eat at any school!

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Bike to Work Week: Family Fun Day

| May 8, 2017
Bike to Work Week: Family Fun Day

Bike to Breakfast Day! — 6:30am -9am
Bike-friendly businesses around Flagstaff are once again sponsoring Bicycle Breakfast stops this year. Check to see which stop is along your route, hit one or hit them all! Coffee, juice, muffins, bagels, DONUTS and other breakfast treats will fuel your commute.

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Young Adults Aging Out of Foster Care Should Get Health Coverage Through Medicaid

| May 8, 2017
Young Adults Aging Out of Foster Care Should Get Health Coverage Through Medicaid

For young people who have experienced foster care, access to affordable health insurance is critical to their everyday success. While Federal Law has expanded health coverage to alumni who were in foster care at age 18, there are significant roadblocks to enrolling in and maintaining coverage.

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Coconino County’s Rental & Utility Assistance Programs

| April 29, 2017
Coconino County’s Rental & Utility Assistance Programs

Do you need assistance paying your electric, gas or propane bill? Coconino County Community Services/Social Service Department has funding available for current or past due utility bills. It is based on income eligibility.

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Bus Pass Policy for Residents Actively Looking for Employment

| April 29, 2017
Bus Pass Policy for Residents Actively Looking for Employment

Coconino County Community Services is implementing a new bus pass policy for residents who are actively working with a case manager and looking for employment. A case worker can provide up to two referrals per client for a total of 6 bus passes. The completed referral form is to be given to the client to bring to Community Services in order to receive the bus passes.

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2017 Spring into Summer Hiking Series

| April 29, 2017
2017 Spring into Summer Hiking Series

NACA Health Promotion encourages you to be active in learning about safe sun practice. Drink plenty of water, wear sunblock, sunglasses and a cap for added shade. Pre-Registration is encouraged and any donations for a fellow hiker are accepted! Participants that attend at least 4 hikes will be entered to win one of many great raffle prizes!

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3rd Annual Feast for Flagstaff

| April 23, 2017
3rd Annual Feast for Flagstaff

A fun filled night for an important cause! Hosted by Flagstaff Shelter Services.

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WIC Focus Groups

| April 23, 2017
WIC Focus Groups

Coconino County Public Health Services District is looking for parents with children under 5 to participate in focus groups. The groups will take place at the WIC Clinic to hear from parents about how WIC can better serve them. All participants will receive a $25 gift card! Kids are welcome!

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