Tag: Child Abuse Prevention

CCC&Y’s Annual Conference in the name of Child Abuse Prevention – March 31st

| January 4, 2016
CCC&Y’s Annual Conference in the name of Child Abuse Prevention – March 31st

Mark your calendars for the 2016 Educational Conference Strengthening Ourselves, Strengthening Our Practice scheduled for Thursday, March 31st, 2016 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Flagstaff. More details, an updated agenda and registration information can be found HERE.  

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Nominations for the 2016 Caring for Children Awards – DEADLINE – February 5th

| January 4, 2016
Nominations for the 2016 Caring for Children Awards – DEADLINE – February 5th

Take the time to review the flyer for the Caring for Children Awards and the Kickoff Luncheon along with the nomination form. Please start promoting this opportunity. Nominations are due Friday, February 5th!

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CCC&Y Now Accepting Nominations for the 2016 Caring for Children Awards

| December 18, 2015
CCC&Y Now Accepting Nominations for the 2016 Caring for Children Awards

Take the time to review the flyer for the Caring for Children Awards and the Kickoff Luncheon along with the nomination form. Please start promoting this opportunity. Nominations are due Friday, February 5th!

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Now Accepting Nominations for the 2016 Caring for Children Awards

| December 14, 2015
Now Accepting Nominations for the 2016 Caring for Children Awards

Take the time to review the flyer for the Caring for Children Awards and the Kickoff Luncheon along with the nomination form. Please start promoting this opportunity. Nominations are due Friday, February 5th!

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Make a Positive Impact with Buena Vista 2016

| December 11, 2015
Make a Positive Impact with Buena Vista 2016

Buena Vista Children’s Services, Inc. is a grassroots, community-based, nonprofit organization that designs, develops, and implements model programs for children, parents and educators.

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Latest Child Fatality Review Data Finds Fewer Deaths, But More Resources Needed

| December 6, 2015
Latest Child Fatality Review Data 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.

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Reminder: Upcoming Early Childhood Workshop Opportunities

| November 22, 2015
Reminder: Upcoming Early Childhood Workshop Opportunities

Many thanks to you for all you give of yourself to help young children and their families!

See these early childhood workshop opportunities through the end of the year

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Darkness to Light: Preventing Childhood Sexual Abuse – December 5th

| November 22, 2015
Darkness to Light: Preventing Childhood Sexual Abuse – December 5th

Stewards of Children is a prevention training program that teaches adults how to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. The program is designed for organizations that serve youth and for individuals concerned about the safety of children. It is the only nationally distributed, evidence based program proven to increase knowledge, improve attitudes, and change child protective behaviors.

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SAVE THE DATE – 2016 Annual Child Abuse Prevention Kickoff Luncheon & Educational Conference!

| November 15, 2015
SAVE THE DATE – 2016 Annual Child Abuse Prevention Kickoff Luncheon & Educational Conference!

SAVE THE DATE! Join us on MARCH 31, 2016 in celebrating outstanding community members who give exceptional support and care to children and youth in recognition of April: Child Abuse Prevention Month.

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Forensic Interview Skills: Interviewing Child Abuse Suspects – Free training!

| October 22, 2015
Forensic Interview Skills: Interviewing Child Abuse Suspects – Free training!

Objective: To improve the investigation and prosecution of child abuse cases by teaching investigators interview techniques that gather the greatest amount of reliable information from individuals suspected of child abuse.

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