Tag: Coconino County Health & Human Services

Bilingual report — Coconino County Health & Human Services announces Rental & Utility Assistance

| July 22, 2021
Bilingual report — Coconino County Health & Human Services announces Rental & Utility Assistance

Cconino County Health & Human Services announces Rental & Utility Assistance.

Providing financial support for overdue rent and utilities.

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Bilingual report — Coconino County Health & Human Services to present 2021 Back to School Health Fair on July 17 in Flagstaff

| July 13, 2021
Bilingual report — Coconino County Health & Human Services to present 2021 Back to School Health Fair on July 17 in Flagstaff

Coconino County Health & Human Services has announced a Back to School Health Fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, July 17 at 2625 N. King St, Flagstaff.

The event includes:

Prizes/Giveaways!
Childhood vaccinations*
Sports Physicals ($20)
Oral Health Checks, Enroll in WIC, Nutrition education
Learn More about local service agencies
FREE COVID-19 vaccinations (ages 12 and over. Guardian must be present.)

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Coconino County Health & Human Services seeking program supervisor for Healthy Families program

| April 7, 2020
Coconino County Health & Human Services seeking program supervisor for Healthy Families program

Coconino County Health & Human Services seeking program supervisor for Healthy Families program.

Healthy Families is a nationally accredited and evidence-based intensive home-visiting program that seeks to identify overburdened families in need of support.  Our mission is to prevent child abuse and neglect by enhancing family functioning, building trusting relationships, teaching problem solving skills, improving a family’s social support, and promoting positive parent-child interaction.  Participation is voluntary for families.

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Coconino County announces position open for Program Supervisor: Health and Human Services

| January 21, 2020
Coconino County announces position open for Program Supervisor: Health and Human Services

Healthy Families is one of the leading family support and evidence-based home visiting programs in the United States.  The Healthy Families program promotes child well-being and prevents the abuse and neglect of children in communities through family-focused and empathic support provided in the home.
 
Under general supervision performs work of moderate difficulty in supervising a public program; performs related work as assigned.

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Connections Spotlight: CCC&Y to launch ‘Prevention Spotlight’ in 2020. Seeking partner submissions

| December 9, 2019
Connections Spotlight: CCC&Y to launch ‘Prevention Spotlight’ in 2020. Seeking partner submissions

In January 2020, the Coconino Coaltion for Children & Youth will launch a new Prevention Spotlight. We would like to feature stories and information that raises awareness, support and prevention strategy for our community such as youth resiliency, child abuse prevention, and substance use prevention and intervention in Coconino County. We welcome our non-profit partners and members to share their good work and resources by inviting contribution to our regular Prevention Spotlight. Please submit your columns and information (400-word limit) to frank@coconinokids.org. The following is an example.)

Although drug use and abuse in Coconino County is not as prevalent as alcohol, over (2021-2016) drug abuse hospitalizations increased at a rate 3.9 times quicker than alcohol. Among Arizona youths, the percentage with experience using ecstasy, methamphetamine, non-medical over the counter drugs, cocaine, non-medical pain relievers, and hallucinogens were higher than that what was reported across the state.

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Well Women, Well Communities 2020 Initiative in Coconino County

| September 24, 2019
Well Women, Well Communities 2020 Initiative in Coconino County

The Well Women, Well Communities 2020 project is a collaborative interagency initiative ‘to increase the local health department’s capacity to identify and address system’s level barriers and gaps in services that affect a woman’s ability to be well and seek well-woman care at a community level.

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