Tag: CAA

CCC&Y Board Meeting Reminder – Monday, January 25th

| January 18, 2016
CCC&Y Board Meeting Reminder – Monday, January 25th

CCC&Y will welcome Children’s Action Alliance C.E.O. Dana Naimark and Vice President, Damita Curry to our monthly Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, January 25th from 12 to 1:30 p.m. in the Ponderosa Room at the County Health and Community Services Building.  ALL are welcome to attend and join in the discussion.  We are excited to […]

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A Look at Revenue Estimates and Budget Requests

| January 18, 2016
A Look at Revenue Estimates and Budget Requests

A common theme throughout the major agency budget requests is the need for additional funds to meet the growing demand for services, from more children in the foster care system to more prisoners. To see AZ state general fund appropriations click here.

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Join In on an Interactive Discussion on Juvenile Justice and Fiscal Policy

| January 18, 2016
Join In on an Interactive Discussion on Juvenile Justice and Fiscal Policy

Join Children’s Action Alliance and Arizona State University’s Morrison Institute for Public Policy for the release of a new report titled Juvenile Justice in Arizona: The Fiscal Foundations of Effective Policy, as well as an interactive discussion on how Arizona can improve public safety outcomes involving youth.

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CCC&Y Board Meeting – Monday, January 25th – with Children’s Action Alliance

| January 11, 2016
CCC&Y Board Meeting – Monday, January 25th – with Children’s Action Alliance

CCC&Y will welcome Children’s Action Alliance C.E.O. Dana Naimark and Vice President, Damita Curry to our monthly Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, January 25th from 12 to 1:30 p.m. in the Ponderosa Room at the County Health and Community Services Building.  ALL are welcome to attend and join in the discussion.  We are excited to […]

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New Report Shows Too Many Arizona Kids Remain Uninsured

| January 11, 2016
New Report Shows Too Many Arizona Kids Remain Uninsured

A new study by Children’s Action Alliance and Georgetown University’s Health Policy Institute finds 160,000 Arizona kids still don’t have health coverage, ranking Arizona second worst in the nation. Read more here.

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What to Look for in This Week’s State Budget Proposal

| January 11, 2016
What to Look for in This Week’s State Budget Proposal

The state budget can be a powerful tool to reach our common goals for health, education, security and a vibrant, prosperous future. It is a blueprint for putting our values and our priorities into action. Learn more about what to look for in Governor Duecy’s budget!

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CCC&Y Board Meeting – Monday, January 25th – with Children’s Action Alliance

| January 4, 2016
CCC&Y Board Meeting – Monday, January 25th – with Children’s Action Alliance

CCC&Y will welcome Children’s Action Alliance C.E.O. Dana Naimark and Vice President, Damita Curry to our monthly Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, January 25th from 12 to 1:30 p.m. in the Ponderosa Room at the County Health and Community Services Building.  ALL are welcome to attend and join in the discussion.  We are excited to […]

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Annual Child Fatality Review Finds Fewer Deaths, But More Resources Needed

| January 4, 2016
Annual Child Fatality Review Finds Fewer Deaths, But More Resources Needed

The Arizona Department of Health Services’ Child Fatality Review Team recently released its annual review of child deaths in the state, indicating that while the overall mortality rate in 2014 had dropped from the previous year, there are still too many Arizona children whose lives could have been saved. In total, 834 Arizona children died […]

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Annual Child Fatality Review Finds Fewer Deaths, But More Resources Needed

| December 28, 2015
Annual Child Fatality Review Finds Fewer Deaths, But More Resources Needed

The Arizona Department of Health Services’ Child Fatality Review Team recently released its annual review of child deaths in the state, indicating that while the overall mortality rate in 2014 had dropped from the previous year, there are still too many Arizona children whose lives could have been saved. In total, 834 Arizona children died […]

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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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