Tag: abuse

Speak Out for Arizona Children

| December 18, 2015
Speak Out for Arizona Children

We tell children all the time – dream big, work hard, and your dreams will come true someday. But without the basics like quality education, health care and security, “someday” never becomes a reality for too many Arizona children. Did you know that in Arizona: More than 1 in 4 children live in poverty; More […]

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Every Child Deserves a Fair Chance

| January 10, 2015
Every Child Deserves a Fair Chance

For many, the start of a new year is a chance to turn over a new leaf and take a hard look at the gap between who we say want and need to be and who we are. As a nation it’s time to close our hypocrisy gap in the treatment of our children and […]

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REMINDER TONIGHT Sept 25 – “Healing Neen” Film Screening – True Story on Impacts of Child Trauma

| September 24, 2014
REMINDER TONIGHT Sept 25 – “Healing Neen” Film Screening – True Story on Impacts of Child Trauma

In preparation for guest speaker Tonier Cain this coming October, join us for a Film Screening of “Healing Neen”, one woman’s path to salvation from trauma and addiction. The transcendent story of Tonier “Neen” Cain’s emergence from drug addiction, multiple incarcerations and two decades of homelessness to become a tireless advocate and educator on the […]

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REMINDER THIS THURSDAY – “Healing Neen” Film Screening – True Story on Impacts of Child Trauma – Sept 25

| September 22, 2014
REMINDER THIS THURSDAY – “Healing Neen” Film Screening – True Story on Impacts of Child Trauma – Sept 25

In preparation for guest speaker Tonier Cain this coming October, join us for a Film Screening of “Healing Neen”, one woman’s path to salvation from trauma and addiction. The transcendent story of Tonier “Neen” Cain’s emergence from drug addiction, multiple incarcerations and two decades of homelessness to become a tireless advocate and educator on the […]

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The Way to Beat Poverty

| September 17, 2014
The Way to Beat Poverty

By NICHOLAS KRISTOF and SHERYL WuDUNN SEPT. 12, 2014 AS our children were growing up, one of their playmates was a girl named Jessica. Our kids would disappear with Jessica to make forts, build a treehouse and share dreams. We were always concerned because — there’s no polite way to say this — Jessica was […]

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“Healing Neen” Film Screening – True Story on the Impact of Child Trauma – September 25th AND October 7th

| September 8, 2014
“Healing Neen” Film Screening – True Story on the Impact of Child Trauma – September 25th AND October 7th

In preparation for guest speaker Tonier Cain this coming October, join us for a Film Screening of “Healing Neen”, one woman’s path to salvation from trauma and addiction. The transcendent story of Tonier “Neen” Cain’s emergence from drug addiction, multiple incarcerations and two decades of homelessness to become a tireless advocate and educator on the […]

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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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High Altitude Family Violence Summer Conference

| July 1, 2014
High Altitude Family Violence Summer Conference

Renowned experts from a variety of professional backgrounds (research, expert witnessing, law, policing, psychology, public policy, social work, and nursing) will explore issues such as coercive control, the profound significance of trauma, and child abuse and neglect. View the attached itinerary for more information.

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Domestic Violence and Mental Health: Supporting Survivors with Co-Occuring Issues

| April 30, 2014
Domestic Violence and Mental Health: Supporting Survivors with Co-Occuring  Issues

Monday, May 19, 2014 9:00am-12:00pm Page Police Department Public Safety Room 808 Coppermine Road, Page, AZ, 86040 This FREE Training will highlight the following: Identify trauma responses and their effects on survivors, provide tools for crisis intervention and advocacy for people with mental illnesses, understand the dynamics of mental illness and the stigma surrounding it, […]

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High Altitude Family Violence Summer Conference

| April 14, 2014
High Altitude Family Violence Summer Conference

Renowned experts from a variety of professional backgrounds (research, expert witnessing, law, policing, psychology, public policy, social work, and nursing) will explore issues such as coercive control, the profound significance of trauma, and child abuse and neglect. View the attached itinerary for more information.

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