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Parental/Caregiver Depression Training – August 28th

| August 8, 2014
Parental/Caregiver Depression Training – August 28th

According to the World Health Organization, depression is the number one disability worldwide. Maternal/Paternal depressive symptoms such as sad mood, ruminative thoughts, slowed movements and related brain changes do not have to reach the severity required for diagnosis of Major Depressive Disorder (MOD) to interfere with parenting. Through this training, attendees will learn: The possible […]

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New Brief – Prevent, Protect & Provide: How child welfare can better support low-income families

| August 8, 2014
New Brief – Prevent, Protect & Provide: How child welfare can better support low-income families

The State Policy Advocacy and Reform Center is proud to release a new brief, Prevent, Protect & Provide: How child welfare can better support low-income families. Families living in poverty have a significantly higher likelihood of experiencing crises. While the majority of poor families never come to the attention of the child welfare system, poverty is still […]

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Responses Available from City Council and Mayoral Candidates – CHECK OUT CCC&Y’s questionnaire on children, youth and families

| August 4, 2014
Responses Available from City Council and Mayoral Candidates – CHECK OUT CCC&Y’s questionnaire on children, youth and families

Please view and share the release of Flagstaff City Council and Mayoral Candidate Questionnaire responses.  These are now available on the CCC&Y Website, HERE. The success and well being of children, youth, and families in our community is an important part of local leadership.  You can help to ensure a healthy, stable and thriving community by […]

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Have YOU taken the poll? Help Shape the Upcoming Gubernatorial Forum – “The Flagstaff We Want!”

| August 4, 2014
Have YOU taken the poll? Help Shape the Upcoming Gubernatorial Forum – “The Flagstaff We Want!”

For Flagstaff to prosper in its second century, we need a vision and a roadmap that is firmly grounded in the beliefs and opinions of residents and provides a set of common goals that help guide our collective efforts. SpeakOut AZ, a non-partisan, statewide project, works with its partners in communities to identify, mobilize and […]

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Back to Basics Cultural Education Workshops – No Cost – August 6

| August 4, 2014
Back to Basics Cultural Education Workshops – No Cost – August 6

FREE CULTURAL EDUCATION WORKSHOPS, OPEN TO FAMILIEs NACA’s MSPI Program invites you to participate in the Back to Basics Cultural Education Workshops at NO COST CLICK HERE for a tentative workshop agenda CLICK HERE for the event flyer and a registration form Join NACA for this incredible opportunity Wednesday, August 6, 2014 from 9am-12pm and […]

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Flagstaff Area Community Job Fair

| July 31, 2014
Flagstaff Area Community Job Fair

Flagstaff area Community Job Fair This incredible community event will be held on August 7th, 2014 from 10:00 AM-1:00 PM at the High Country Conference Center, located at 201 W. Butler Avenue in Flagstaff. Congresswomen Ann Kirkpatrick will be opening the event. Employers may begin set up at 9:30 AM with take down at 1:00 […]

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Investing in People as an Economic Growth Strategy – a link to the achievement gap

| July 30, 2014
Investing in People as an Economic Growth Strategy – a link to the achievement gap

By Jeffrey M. Lacker July 13 It might not be obvious why the president of a Federal Reserve Bank would be interested in workforce development — what does it have to do with interest rates and inflation? But workforce development is intimately related to part of the Fed’s legislative mandate, which is promoting maximum employment. […]

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AZ Hovering Near the Bottom for Overall Wellbeing of Children

| July 28, 2014
AZ Hovering Near the Bottom for Overall Wellbeing of Children

Arizona continues to hover near the bottom nationally for the overall well-being of its children, a new study shows. Childhood poverty, a ballooning number of children in foster care, and a shrinking number of 3- and 4-year-olds enrolled in preschool contributed to the state’s problems, according to 2012 data analyzed by the Annie E. Casey Foundation […]

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NARBHA Hosting Chronic Disease Self-Management Healthy Living Facilitator Workshops

| July 28, 2014
NARBHA Hosting Chronic Disease Self-Management Healthy Living Facilitator Workshops

Northern Arizona Regional Behavioral Health Authority (NARBHA) is offering 4-day training for people interested in facilitating Chronic Disease Self-Management Healthy Living Workshops. As a Lay Leader you will help empower others to effectively manage their ongoing health problems by using simple self-management tools. No prior teaching experience is necessary. The next training and certification for leaders will […]

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CCC&Y City Council and Mayoral Candidate Questionnaire – Responses Now Available

| July 25, 2014
CCC&Y City Council and Mayoral Candidate Questionnaire – Responses Now Available

Please view and share the release of Flagstaff City Council and Mayoral Candidate Questionnaire responses.  These are now available on the CCC&Y Website, HERE. The success and well being of children, youth, and families in our community is an important part of local leadership.  You can help to ensure a healthy, stable and thriving community by […]

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