Tag: child maltreatment

The Office of Injury Prevention posted the 22nd Annual Child Fatality Review Report

| December 15, 2015
The Office of Injury Prevention posted the 22nd Annual Child Fatality Review Report

for 2014, the number of children who died in Arizona increased. There were some successes- deaths from motor vehicle and other transportation decreased as did deaths from maltreatment and unintentional injury. There is still work to be done in the areas of safe sleep, suicide and prematurity.

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Tonier Cain – Nationally Recognized Speaker Comes to Flagstaff – October 14th

| October 7, 2014
Tonier Cain – Nationally Recognized Speaker Comes to Flagstaff – October 14th

Tonier Cain is a nationally recognized SAMHSA speaker and advocate for recovery and trauma-informed care.  In March 2010, her story was launched in the form of a documentary titled, “Healing Neen” which details her transcendent story of emergence from drug addiction, multiple incarcerations and two decades of homelessness to become a tireless advocate and educator […]

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Tonier Cain – Nationally Recognized Speaker Comes to Flagstaff – October 14th

| September 17, 2014
Tonier Cain – Nationally Recognized Speaker Comes to Flagstaff – October 14th

Tonier Cain is a nationally recognized SAMHSA speaker and advocate for recovery and trauma-informed care.  In March 2010, her story was launched in the form of a documentary titled, “Healing Neen” which details her transcendent story of emergence from drug addiction, multiple incarcerations and two decades of homelessness to become a tireless advocate and educator […]

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Tonier Cain – Nationally Recognized Speaker Comes to Flagstaff – October 14th

| August 11, 2014
Tonier Cain – Nationally Recognized Speaker Comes to Flagstaff – October 14th

Tonier Cain is a nationally recognized SAMHSA speaker and advocate for recovery and trauma-informed care.  In March 2010, her story was launched in the form of a documentary titled, “Healing Neen” which details her transcendent story of emergence from drug addiction, multiple incarcerations and two decades of homelessness to become a tireless advocate and educator […]

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