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A Taste of Flagstaff

| September 30, 2018
A Taste of Flagstaff

Victim Witness Services for Coconino County is proud to announce its 19th annual “A Taste of Flagstaff” will take place on Monday, October 22nd at Little America Hotel in Flagstaff, Arizona.

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FREE Suicide prevention Workshops in Flagstaff – SafeTALK

| September 30, 2018
FREE Suicide prevention Workshops in Flagstaff – SafeTALK

The NACA’s Reach UR Life team is pleased to release the 2018 ASIST and SafeTALK schedule for next year! These trainings are anticipated to fill up fast, so please make sure to register early to secure your spot!

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The Salvation Army Flagstaff Holiday Assistance

| September 30, 2018
The Salvation Army Flagstaff Holiday Assistance

If your family in need of The Salvation Army’s assistance for a Thanksgiving holiday meal and/or gifts for your children and holiday meal, you MUST attend one of the application days.

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Free Teen Brain Training Workshop

| September 30, 2018
Free Teen Brain Training Workshop

Teen Brain is designed for both the parent of a child who is, or will soon be a teen, and for individuals that regularly interact with this age group. The session will focus on the scientific overview of this second opportunity to influence brain development, the first being the early development of a child’s brain.

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Stronger as One

| September 30, 2018
Stronger as One

Advancing a culture of knowledge and empathy for mental health.

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Candidates are addressing youth education and child welfare issues with CCC&Y’s Candidate Questionnaire Webpage

| September 24, 2018
Candidates are addressing youth education and child welfare issues with CCC&Y’s Candidate Questionnaire Webpage

Candidates for elected office through Coconino County are addressing youth education and child welfare issues with Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth’s Candidate Questionnaire Webpage.

More than a dozen candidates have already filled out the questionnaires since the page was launched in mid-September.

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Flagstaff Police Department Citizen’s Liaison Committee to hold public meeting on Mental Health Crises on Sept. 26

| September 24, 2018
Flagstaff Police Department Citizen’s Liaison Committee to hold public meeting on Mental Health Crises on Sept. 26

The Flagstaff Police Dept.’s Citizens Liaison Committee (FPDCLC) will present a public meeting on “Mental Health Crises in Flagstaff and Coconino County: How local law enforcement & community behavioral health agencies work together” from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 26 at Northern Arizona University.

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First Things First — 2018 Annual Report

| September 24, 2018
First Things First — 2018 Annual Report

The number of children with access to quality early learning has doubled. Thousands of families have access to home visiting programs proven to improve family resiliency and increase school readiness. Regions throughout the state are working on addressing gaps for young children in local health systems.
These and other impacts of Arizona’s early childhood investments are detailed in the 2018 First Things First annual report. The report also includes data about the needs of young children – and the programs working to meet those needs – to inform and inspire our collective work on behalf of children birth to age 5.

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Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence — Ideas for your Out-of-School Time program

| September 24, 2018
Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence — Ideas for your Out-of-School Time program

Are you hungry for new ideas and resources to use in your Out-of-School Time program?
 
Announcing the Professional Development Workshops for the School’s Out, Make it Count Conference

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A Taste of Flagstaff

| September 16, 2018
A Taste of Flagstaff

Victim Witness Services for Coconino County is proud to announce its 19th annual “A Taste of Flagstaff” will take place on Monday, October 22nd at Little America Hotel in Flagstaff, Arizona.

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