Tag: homeless

With most U.S. students still learning online, parents say they want better virtual instruction. See more national education news here

| October 13, 2020
With most U.S. students still learning online, parents say they want better virtual instruction. See more national education news here

The majority of America’s public school students are learning exclusively online, according to a new national poll of their parents — and most of those parents want school officials to focus on improving that experience.

The poll, released by the National Parents Union, a group that backs school choice and a comprehensive educational response to the pandemic, paints one of the most complete pictures to date of parents’ feelings about this school year. It also offers hints to school officials about what parents want as debates about when to open school buildings continue.

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CCC&Y Holding Homeless and Runaway Youth Drive

| December 20, 2017
CCC&Y Holding Homeless and Runaway Youth Drive

The Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth is collecting gift cards for our annual Homeless and Runaway Youth Drive. …

All proceeds will be used in Coconino County to obtain gift cards that will benefit the local youth shelter/outreach program at Northland Family Help Center and various school districts’ McKinney–Vento homeless youth programs where cards will be used for homeless and runaway youth facing tremendous challenges.

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Indigenous Forum on Homelessness

| November 28, 2016
Indigenous Forum on Homelessness

On Wednesday, November 30th, an Indigenous Community Forum will be held at Flagstaff High School to learn more about the important issue of homelessness that impacts many Indigenous People in Flagstaff.

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Donation Drive for Runaway & Homeless Youth

| November 21, 2016
Donation Drive for Runaway & Homeless Youth

Join us for a donation drive for runaway and homeless youth October – November 2016! All donations will go directly to youth in need at Northland Family Help Center – Youth Shelter and the McKinney Vento Program.

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Donation Drive for Runaway & Homeless Youth

| November 14, 2016
Donation Drive for Runaway & Homeless Youth

Join us for a donation drive for runaway and homeless youth October – November 2016! All donations will go directly to youth in need at Northland Family Help Center – Youth Shelter and the McKinney Vento Program.

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Donation Drive for Runaway & Homeless Youth

| November 7, 2016
Donation Drive for Runaway & Homeless Youth

Join us for a donation drive for runaway and homeless youth October – November 2016! All donations will go directly to youth in need at Northland Family Help Center – Youth Shelter and the McKinney Vento Program.

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Donation Drive for Runaway & Homeless Youth

| October 31, 2016
Donation Drive for Runaway & Homeless Youth

Join us for a donation drive for runaway and homeless youth October – November 2016! All donations will go directly to youth in need at Northland Family Help Center – Youth Shelter and the McKinney Vento Program.

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Donation Drive for Runaway & Homeless Youth

| October 24, 2016
Donation Drive for Runaway & Homeless Youth

Join us for a donation drive for runaway and homeless youth October – November 2016! All donations will go directly to youth in need at Northland Family Help Center – Youth Shelter and the McKinney Vento Program.

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Donation Drive for Runaway & Homeless Youth

| October 18, 2016
Donation Drive for Runaway & Homeless Youth

Join us for a donation drive for runaway and homeless youth October – November 2016! All donations will go directly to youth in need at Northland Family Help Center – Youth Shelter and the McKinney Vento Program.

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New Study Finds Parents’ Incarceration Has Major Impact on Kids

| April 25, 2016
New Study Finds Parents’ Incarceration Has Major Impact on Kids

The country’s “tough on crime” policies, with harsher prison sentences for offenders, have had a big impact on American families, including more than five million children whose parents are incarcerated…

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